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2004 Roger Hayden Photo Gallery
Here, Rog stands on top of the Superpsort podium at Mid Ohio - his second consecutive win in the class and third win of the season.
2004 Roger Hayden - Check out the action in this MotorcycleUSA.com photo essay
On the last lap, Hayden made his way around Spies and went on to win his third race of the year.
Hayden, Spies (11) and Aaron Gobert (96) make their way through traffic. Spies ended up leading all but three laps of the race.
Roger Hayden battled all afetrnoon with Spies, Gobert and brother Tommy at Mid-Ohio.
After his second Supersport win of the season the umbrella girls started to turn their attention his way.
At Laguna Seca, Roger and his Factory Kawasaki team bask in the glory of his second Supersport victory.
In the end, Roger pulled out the big victory after race leader Aaron Gobert crashed in turn 11, handing Roger a big lead.
Roger played bridesmaid to Tommy in the Superstock race at Laguna but he still had a chance for victory since Supersport had yet to be run.
Roger leads Tommy for a moment during the Superstock race at Laguna but age overcame youth in this particular race.
It was Tommy's turn to steal a win from his brother. After battling for the last seven laps, Tommy held off Roger for the Supersport win at Brainerd.
The Supersport race at Brainerd was marred with a red flag in the early going. Despite that fact, the green machines were at the front all day.
You can tell Roger realizes that paybacks are a bitch after his big brother stole the win from him - returning the favor for what transpired at Barber.
Roger finished 5th in Supersport at Road America. The pressure was now on for him to start earning points if he wants to contend for the title.
Roger Lee finished 6th in the Superstock battle at Road America.
Roger finished 3rd in Superstock at Pikes Peak, his second consecutive podium appearance. Once again he is singled out and hosed down by the competition.
A fourth place finish in the Supersport battle at Pikes Peak was not the result he was looking for. But, he was now in the thick of the championship battle.
Heading down pit lane after his victory lap, Roger lets out a sigh of relief.
Hayden takes a long deserved victory lap with the checkers firmly in his grasp.
Roger muscles past his brother for his first ever AMA Pro Racing win in the Supersport race at Barber.
After being sized up for a few laps, Tommy got past Roger, but the little brother was determined not to be denied on this day.
Roger held onto the lead for the majority of the Barber Supersport race. Things got interesting though when Tommy tracked him down.
In the beginning of Supersport race at Barber, Roger survived some early pressure, but Tom and the rest of the 600 contenders caught up by lap 10.
Neither Hayden could catch Hacking during the Superstock battle - but Tommy did steal the runner-up spot from Roger. Do you think that fired Rog up a bit?
Roger puts pressure on Jamie Hacking during the Superstock race at Barber.
Try as he might, a 6th place finish was the best he could do at the Infineon round of the Supersport series.
At Infineon Hayden looked good after qualifying 7th in Supersport.
Roger finished third in the Fontana Supersport battle, ensuring everyone he has what it takes to be a contender.
The Superstock race did not go as planned at Fontana, 6th place was the best he could do on the big ZX-10R.
Most folks would be happy to finish on the podium in the opening round but you can tell R.L. wanted nothing to do with second at Daytona.
Roger finished second in the Daytona Supersport race, narowly missing out on his first AMA victory.
At the start of the prestigious Daytona Supersport race, Roger stalked his brother in the early going.
Roger Lee holds off a load of contenders in Superstock at Daytona - He would ultimately start off the 2004 season with a 5th place finish on the unruly ZX-10R.
In the pre season, Roger teamed up with his older brother on the Factory Kawasaki Team. He looked ready to win right away on the Ninja's.
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