These have been very popular replicas over the last 4 years starting with Matt Hines:
2001: Became the first rider to run in the 7.0's. Recorded career-best elapsed time and speed.
2000: Became the first Pro Stock Motorcycle rider to win three straight NHRA Championships. Collected a $10,000 bonus for winning the NHRA all-star event for the second consecutive season.
1999: NHRA World Champion; Won the Holley Pro Stock Dominator Duel for the Pro Stock Motorcycle category at the U.S. Nationals for the fourth consecutive year. Won the U.S. Nationals event, earning a 'double-up' bonus. Earned 10 straight No. 1 qualifying starts to close out the season.
1998: NHRA World Champion; Qualified in the No. 1 position a career-high 11 times. His 10 victories was the most by any Pro Stock Motorcycle rider in history. His .922 winning percentage (47-4) in eliminations was the best of any professional competitor.