On the one hand, Super Hooligan bikes are big and heavy – not exactly the bikes you want to get tangled up with and crash on. Then again, crashing sucks on any type of motorcycle – just ask Tyler Bereman
. The Costa Mesa Speedway is also a super short track, and with six Hooligans duking it out in heats and 12 during the main, the track could get awful crowded, real quick. But that only makes for tighter racing and more bar banging, which, let’s face it, is more fun for both the crowd and racers. There’s nothing like a good battle to get your heart pumping and the fans on their feet.
Speedway racers on the other hand, those guys are frickin’ nuts. Though, they might say the same about the Hooligans. They’re getting completely sideways, like, to the point they start bending the laws of physics, all while never lifting off the gas. I swear I saw their rear wheels ahead of their fronts at times. Oh, and with no brakes whatsoever, mind you. How those guys don’t high-side more often is beyond me.