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Warren Hayashi

Warren Hayashi

Born in majestic Vancouver, British Columbia in the late 60s, Warren is a lover of words and the interaction of words in all aspects of life, Warren decided to become a writer after graduating from the University of British Columbia in Geophysics and having spent the last 15 years developing his dream into something he can grab onto and embrace.

Currently lead writer for Blurred Edge Magazine, writing cover stories, exposes, and interviews of industry professionals, Warren also writes video game reviews, Windows Trouble-shooting and Vista usage articles for brighthub.com. In the last few years he has been branching out into other areas of writing, specifically blogging and Science Fiction novels. Warren currently writes the content for Home Paradise's blog and a motorcycle industry news and press release blog for a group of motorcycle industry firms. He recently completed and sold his first Science Fiction novel to The Wizards of the Coast. He loves to play tennis, poker and video games, and he writes everyday, among a host of other activities.

2010 Nationwide Series

January 4, 2010 by Warren Hayashi  
Filed under Racing

2010 is going to be an amazing year for NASCAR’s Nationwide Series with Danica on the scene and the rest of the boys wanting to see what she can do on the track. There’s no need to worry boys Danica is the real thing according to her statistics and should do find on the Nationwide tour of NASCAR. In fact, she could be a pioneer for younger women to take up racing as a career choice and see if they can also take the boys on and leave them in the dust. The rest of the boys will be back for another season of bumping and grinding on the track and the action should be intense and exciting. The 2010 Nationwide Series is getting ramped up for another great year Danica will probably steal the light from the boys during the season, at least until... [Read more]

2010 Sprint Cup Series Schedule

January 4, 2010 by Warren Hayashi  
Filed under Racing

The 2010 Sprint Cup schedule is out and the dates and times of many of the races haven’t changed, but there have been a few changes to last year’s schedule. 2010 is shaping up to be a highly anticipated year. Can Jimmie Johnson do it again and capture a fifth straight Sprint Cup Series Championship or will one of the young guns finally break through the pack and overtake Jimmie Johnson. Mark Martin should be back to see if he can win for the first time, but things can change and you never know. Kurt Busch finished good last year and was fast and strong all year, if his car runs as good as it did last year or better, he’ll be one to watch. Tony Stewart had another great year and 2010 might be his year if he can get his car running the way... [Read more]

Valentino Rossi, Athlete of the Decade?

January 1, 2010 by Warren Hayashi  
Filed under Racing

The decade is finished and the results of all of the sports competitions of the last ten years have been tallied. Valentino Rossi finished the decade with seven MotoGP Premier Class World Championships, a feat that may never be matched again, and one that would be truly impressive in any sport. Is Valentino Rossi the best athlete of the past decade? This is an interesting question, just because of the competition that stands with him on the stage. Rossi is quite an athlete, but athlete of the decade? There can be no doubt that Valentino Rossi is one of the most remarkable athletes on a sportbike we’re probably ever to witness, but can his accomplishments be ranked beside special athletes, like Usain Bolt, Roger Federer, Michael Schumacher... [Read more]

Changes to Formula One for 2010

January 1, 2010 by Warren Hayashi  
Filed under Racing

The fastest sport on two wheels is getting ready for another year, but what changes to the rules, regulations, and technical aspects of Formula One are the rules makers of Formula One working on? The changes they have planned for your favorite sport are significant and will have an affect on the way Jenson Button races and the strategies and tactics Lewis Hamilton’s team uses to help him win. Mercedes will have a Formula One offering that looks similar to this car Many of the Formula One cars you see on the track this year may have a wider rear end and longer wheelbase in order to handle the extra large fuel tank the cars need to be able to make it through a race this year. Why would the cars need extra large fuel tanks to make it through... [Read more]

Injuries Part of MotoGP Racing Life

December 29, 2009 by Warren Hayashi  
Filed under Racing

Dani Pedrosa is one of the best young racers competing in the premier class of MotoGP, a great athlete with amazing body control that lets him ride a sportbike as few others in the world can do. Yet, racing a sportbike is a dangerous sport even for individuals who look like they were born to ride. Dani Pedrosa found this out during the 2009 season, as he had to contend with nagging injuries and a fractured left hand throughout the season that left him trying to win, while managing his pain and stress. Just another day competing in the fastest sport on two wheels for Dani during the 2009 campaign, but one that will pay dividends down the line. Valentino, Dani, and Jorge will be on the track for the 2010 season The 2009 campaign was actually a... [Read more]

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