Rad Greaves Has a New Hayabusa

Brent Avis
by Brent Avis
Our man at the Indy trade show, Larry Lawrence, has already talked to Kevin Schwantz about his recent Super TT races and his new involvement in the AMA. Now, Larry has just sent in the following bit about another fast guy with an extremely fast bike:

Rad Greaves is about to unleash the third generation Suzuki Hayabusa Formula Xtreme racer at the AMA nationals in 2002. His old `Busa set a record for the fastest top speed ever recorded at an AMA road racing national at 197 mph. Here Greaves talks about an even more impressive record he'll be shooting for this year, namely to break the world record set by Shinichi Itoh when he was piloting a fuel-injected Honda 500 GP bike that went 203 mph at Hockenheim in 1993.

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