In all of it’s glory, Super Hooligan racing is notorious for being filled with passion, concussions and the occasional broken bone; however the launch of the 2019 series proved to be all of that and so much more. As the races began, fowl play broke out between the racers, RSD’s Jordan Graham took matters into his own hands after being pushed wide by another rider who chose to use his feet to kick his way to glory rather than submit to being passed around the outside. As any hooligan will tell you, kick me once and we got a problem, kick me twice and well settle it on the infield, which is where the drama continued. Fortunately cooler heads prevailed and the unwritten rule of Hooligan racing “If your gonna fight, do it on the track” was fully played. Unfortunately for Mr. Graham his temper also lost him championship points as he was parked for the remainder of the night.