wins for the whole organization.Tommy Hayden "It’s really strange for me since I’ve won a lot of races and even championships in other classes, and I’m racing a lot of the same guys now in the SuperBike class," Hayden said. "It seems like it’s never the same guy who beats me, and it’s always a guy who I’ve beaten plenty of times before. Whatever the reason, I haven’t been able to put it together. It feels good to finally get that weight off my shoulders.""Before on the team I had Ben [Spies] and Mat [Mladin] who always won races, so it didn’t feel like too big of a deal if I didn’t win," Hayden said. "But now I feel it’s my responsibility to, no matter what, be there and represent the team who deserves, at minimum, be battling for the lead."Hayden is currently second in overall points in the 2010 AMA Superbike Championship.