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British Superbike star Scott Smart is considering a couple of BSB options for the 2009 season after splitting with his long-term team Hawk Kawasaki.

Smart, who has been on the podium a handful of times with the team, hasn't had the best of years in 2008 but felt towards the end of this season he was starting to sort the ZX-10R's handling out. Speaking from Dubai, the 33-year-old said: "I've got a couple of the things on the table and I haven't yet ruled anything out. Ideally, I would have liked to have been on a factory bike in 2009 but that's not to be by the looks of it.
"Hawk said they were going to stay in touch about next season, but clearly haven't bothered and I wish Tristan all the best with that bike."
Smarthas been replaced by former Tena for Men Honda man Tristan Palmer. Hawk are also reportedly finalising deals with Luke Stapleford and James Hillier but have not yet confirmed if they will run Kawasakis again.

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