2013 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike & SuperSport Barber Results

Cameron Beaubier Wins AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike Race 1 At Barber Motorsports Park

Cameron Beaubier 2013 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Barber 1 - 1st Place

Cameron Beaubier won his third AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike race of the year.

Cameron Beaubier of the Yamaha Extended Service/Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha team won his third AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike race of the year at Barber Motorsports Park, topping rival Jake Gagne (RoadRace Factory/Red Bull) and Jason DiSalvo (Latus Motors Racing Triumph).

While all three podium finishers led the race in the hectic opening laps, Beaubier consolidated the lead before halfway. Beabuier was eventually able to pull away from Gagne, who won the last time out in Wisconsin, to take a 5.185-second victory in the 21-lap race.

“We had a really good setup today,” Beaubier said after the win. “I just wanted to start out the weekend getting really comfortable on the bike. I conserved my tires a little bit in the beginning, and that helped me as the race wore on because I was able to pull a decent gap as the laps wound down.”

Gagne followed Beaubier closely for a time but was unable to mount the same style of challenge as he did in Wisconsin. The Californian chose the medium compound tire compared to the softer choice Beaubier picked and came up just a little short on Saturday. “Second place isn’t bad but we’ll work on a few issues tonight and give it another shot,” said Gagne.

Jason DiSalvo 2013 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Barber 1 - 3rd Place

Jason DiSalvo came up big at his home race with a holeshot and a podium – Photo: Brian J Nelson

DiSalvo came up big at his home race. The Triumph man had been experiencing a run of respectable finishes but hadn’t done anything spectacular in 2013 until Saturday. A day of testing after Elkhart Lake made the Triumph’s settings more balanced and allowed DiSalvo to jet off with the holeshot. He was also able to stick inside the top three the entire race, showing the improvements were substantial enough to vault DiSalvo to the podium.

Dane Westby (GEICO Motorcycle Road Racing) earned fourth after a shootout with RoadRace Factory/Red Bull’s JD Beach and Y.E.S./Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha’s Garrett Gerloff. The trio finally sorted themselves out by the final corner, with Westby earning his best result of the year after a Daytona injury that forced him to miss that event.

Beach looked to have a great shot at the position, but Gerloff’s move in turn five allowed Westby to slip past them both.

James Rispoli (National Guard/Celtic Racing) earned a lonely seventh, well clear of Bobby Fong on the D&D Cycles/Castrol/Triumph Daytona 675R.

Fong narrowly edged out Joey Pascarella (Riders Discount Racing Triumph) and Benny Solis (M4 SportBikeTrackGear.com) and less than a second separated the trio.

About GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing:
GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing is the premier motorcycle road racing series in North America and is universally regarded as one of the most competitive road racing organizations in the world. The 2013 schedule consists of nine rounds of competition on the country’s finest road courses. The Series is comprised of four production-based classes: AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike, AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike, AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport and the AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series. Learn more about GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing at .

Source: AMA Pro Racing

Dane Westby Cards Season Best 4th in Alabama

Dane Westby 2013 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Barber 1 - 4th Place

Dane Westby is feeling like his old self again, with his season best finish.

With a fourth-place GoPro Daytona SportBike finish on Saturday and a newfound confidence, GEICO Motorcycle Honda’s Dane Westby is feeling like his old self again.

“I’m back and ready to battle,” Westby said. “I haven’t really felt comfortable up until this point. Now I feel like I have anything anyone else has.”

It didn’t take long for a battle to form around Westby in the first race of the Triumph SuperBike Classic at Barber Motorsports Park in the GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing Series. Westby, J.D. Beach, Garrett Gerloff, and James Rispoli packed up together in the early going and never separated.

“The front group got away,” Westby said of the top three bikes. “But such is life. I battled those other guys behind me all day. My plan was to stay calm and see what I could do.”

“I battled those other guys behind me all day. My plan was to stay calm and see what I could do.” – Dane Westby

Westby bounced between fourth and sixth through much of the 21-lap race as the quartet of riders swapped positions on seemingly every lap. Westby stayed smooth and worked his way up to fourth with just a couple of laps to go.

With the laps ticking down, two riders got around Westby, and it looked like he might finish in sixth. However, Westby needed to stick to the plan and not panic if he was going to have a chance to move back up.

“I knew I was better than the other guys in the last section of the track,” Westby said. “I stuck with it and I got my opportunity sooner than I thought.”

A few corners after he got passed, Westby got fourth place back by staying smooth when the two riders in front of him missed their marks, which allowed Westby to glide right on by.

Dane Westby 2013 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike - Barber

“I feel like we’ve finally arrived” – Dane Westby

“It’s hard to stick with the plan when you get passed like that,” Westby said. “But I think back to Road America when I was running with the same guys and I was too excited in the Canada Corner. I just kept thinking, ‘Calm, calm.’

“They made a mistake. You never know what’s going to happen, but I was ready for it and took advantage of it.”

Despite some stifling heat sitting over Barber Motorsports Park, Westby’s season-best finish energized him, and he would have been ready to turn around and race right away if he was asked to.

“I feel like we’ve finally arrived,” Westby said. “It has taken some time to get here after missing Daytona, but we’re ready for any battle out there.”

Source: GEICO Honda

Cameron Beaubier Double Podiums In Birmingham

Cameron Beaubier 2013 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Barber 2 - 1st Place

Cameron Beaubier took win number four of the 2013 season at Barber Motorsports Park.

Cameron Beaubier took win number four of the 2013 season for Yamaha Extended Service/Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha at Barber Motorsports Park in Sunday’s AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike race. The points leader won the race by 6.326 seconds, topping RoadRace Factory/Red Bull’s Jake Gagne and JD Beach at the 2.38-mile circuit.

Beaubier had the pace to impress all weekend and, in both races, he made a charge in the final laps to separate himself from Gagne. Beaubier now leads the points by 28 after five races.

“Today, I was a lot more consistent,” said Beaubier, who also made a tire change to the medium Dunlop tire choice for Sunday. “I knew Jake was fast all weekend. I was looking up at the tower to see who was in second. Halfway through, I tried to put down some 1:27s and was able to get a bit of a gap.”

Gagne crashed in the morning warm-up, injuring both feet, but Jake rallied to turn in a valiant effort to push Beaubier until the final laps when his rival pulled away.

Jake Gagne 2013 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Barber 2 - Podium

Jake Gagne rallied from a crash to turn in a valiant effort, settling for second.

“I got off to a good start behind Cameron,” said Gagne. “About halfway through the race, he took off. I was feeling some pain, so I wanted to manage to gap behind me.”

Beach was third, topping a group of challengers aiming for the final spot on the podium. Garrett Gerloff (Y.E.S/Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha) jumped the start and was penalized five seconds for doing so. That meant his third on the track was actually fourth in the final results.

Dane Westby (GEICO Motorcycle Road Racing) was fifth after a protracted battle with upstart James Rispoli on the National Guard/Celtic Racing Suzuki. Westby nudged away at the end.

Alabama’s Jason DiSalvo (Latus Motors Racing Triumph) ran up front early but faded to eighth by the time he completed the 21st lap.

M4 SportBikeTrackGear.com’s Benny Solis charged up to ninth on his Honda.

Former Daytona 200 winner Joey Pascarella earned a top ten on his Riders Discount Racing Triumph.

Source: AMA Pro Racing

Yamaha Grabs Five Of Six Daytona SportBike Podiums

Cameron Beaubier 2013 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Barber 2 - Podium

Cameron Beaubier swept to double wins in the Daytona SportBike class.

Cameron Beaubier swept to double wins in the Daytona SportBike class at Alabama’s Barber Motorsports Park on June 22-23. Beaubier put his Yamaha Extended Service/Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha YZF-R6 on the pole and then grabbed his first double win of the year. And, assisted by R6-mounted Jake Gagne and J.D. Beach, Yamahas went on to take five of the six Daytona SportBike podiums over the weekend. Finally, Hayden Gillim and Tomas Puerta captured three more podiums for the R6 in SuperSport competition.

Yamaha roadracing team manager Tom Halverson added, “It was a fantastic weekend with Hayes, Herrin, Beaubier, and Gerloff all putting in superb performances, and Hayes coming from 48 points back after Daytona to within 10 points of the SuperBike lead two events later. Congratulations to the entire Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha and Y.E.S./Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha teams for working so hard to make it happen.”

The twin Daytona SportBike races were thrilling. Though Beaubier started from pole, rival Jason DiSalvo took the early lead in race one, with R6-mounted Gagne in second, and Beaubier in third. But Cameron would not be denied a win, taking the lead on the fourth lap. Lapping fast enough to put him in the top 10 of a SuperBike race, Beaubier opened a gap on the field, and then he took a solid 5.2-second win over Gagne – his third of the year.

Then, in Sunday’s race two, teammate Garrett Gerloff grabbed the holeshot, though he, too, was penalized for a jumped start. Beaubier quickly passed both Gerloff and DiSalvo by lap two, then led a freight train of Yamaha R6s belonging to Gagne, Beach, and Gerloff to the checkers. “I felt great and rode a lot more consistently than yesterday,” Beaubier said. “My Y.E.S./Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha team gave me an awesome bike.”

Source: Yamaha Motor Company

Dane Westby 5th – Moves Up Daytona SportBike Standings

Dane Westby 2013 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Barber 2 - 5th Place

Dane Westby rallied from a slow start on Sunday to finish fifth – Photo: Brian J Nelson

GEICO Motorcycle Honda rider Dane Westby rallied from a slow start on Sunday to finish fifth in GoPro Daytona SportBike competition at the Triumph SuperBike Classic, part of the GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing Series.

An off start to Sunday’s race left Westby as deep as eighth place in the field at Barber Motorsports Park. Westby knew he had work to do once the field shook its way out.

“We had the pace to run at the front,” Westby said. “With the little mistake we made in the beginning, it really lit a fire under me. Every time someone in front of me made a mistake, I saw it and smelled blood in the water.”

Westby was methodical in his pursuit of the front of the field. He just stayed smooth and consistent as other riders lost performance as the race went on.

“I just tried to make the best of the situation,” Westby said. “I tried to pick off as many guys as I could. I thought I might even been able to get J.D. Beach in the last few laps after he ran into some traffic.”

“I feel like we’ve been progressing with this new bike and we’re at a level where we can run with the top guys.” – Dane Westby

Westby would have liked to have had a few more laps because he was feeling strong at the end of the race.

“Two to three more laps and I would have been able to get into fourth at least,” Westby said. “It seemed like the other guys in front of me were fading.”

With his fourth-place effort on Saturday and the fifth on Sunday, Westby moved into seventh place in the GoPro Daytona SportBike standings, one point behind sixth-place Jake Lewis and nine points out of fifth despite missing the first race of the season.

Up next for Westby and the GEICO Motorcycle Honda team is the July 12-14 Buckeye SuperBike Weekend from Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, a spot where Westby collected a victory a year ago.

“I’m looking forward to Mid-Ohio,” Westby said. “I feel like we’ve been progressing with this new bike and we’re at a level where we can run with the top guys. I’m going to one of my favorite tracks, so there’s a lot to look forward to for sure.”

Source: GEICO Honda

Michael Jordan Motorsports Makes Strides At Barber

James Rispoli 2013 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Barber 2 - 6th Place

James Rispoli carded seventh and sixth-place finishes at Barber Motorsports Park.

Michael Jordan Motorsports Suzuki celebrated a spectacular weekend at the AMA Pro National Guard Superbike Championships at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham. MJM’s 600cc efforts, the National Guard Celtic Racing Suzuki team, also made strides at Barber. In AMA Pro Daytona SportBike, James Rispoli carded seventh and sixth-place finishes, while National Guard Celtic Racing Suzuki’s Corey Alexander brought home two sixth-place results in AMA Pro SuperSport.

In the 2013 AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Championship series rider point standings, Rispoli is fifth, while Alexander is second overall in AMA Pro SuperSport East.

The Michael Jordan Motorsports team’s next event of the 2013 AMA Pro National Guard Superbike Championship series is at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio on July 12-14th.

Source: Team Suzuki

Joe Roberts And Team Hammer Celebrate Double Victory In Alabama

Joe Roberts 2013 AMA Pro SuperSport Barber 2 - 1st Place

Joe Roberts closed out his remarkable AMA Pro Road Racing debut weekend in perfect fashion – Photo: Brian J Nelson

Team Hammer celebrated another victorious day at the track as the squad left Barber Motorsports Park with two more wins added to its tally.

Racing under the California Superbike School Roadracingworld.com Racing banner, Team Hammer’s Joe Roberts closed out his remarkable AMA Pro Road Racing debut weekend in perfect fashion on Sunday. The 16-year-old phenom enjoyed unprecedented success at his first-ever professional event as he took the SuperSport class by storm; Roberts was fastest in every single practice and qualifying session, led the most laps in both races, and ultimately claimed a pair of dominating victories, including Sunday’s SuperSport contest by a 3.690-second margin of victory.

Additionally, the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup contender lapped under the existing SuperSport lap record, posting a blistering 1:29.019 lap en route to his Sunday win.

Just one week after his 16th birthday, Roberts became the first rider to earn a double victory in his AMA Pro Road Racing debut, let alone register a perfect weekend.

Joe Roberts 2013 AMA Pro SuperSport - Barber

“My Honda CBR600RR was great … and my crew chief Eric Gray was awesome to work with.” – Joe Roberts

Roberts momentarily dropped to fourth after once again getting a less-than-ideal launch from pole, but he quickly worked his way forward. Once in front, Roberts ran an untouchable pace and broke free to claim his second win in as many attempts.

“The race was very difficult,” Roberts said. “I got an OK start–definitely better than yesterday. I had to work a bit to get up front and once I was in the lead I put my head down.

“To be honest, I really didn’t think this was possible. I thought I’d run top five and that was really my expectation for this weekend. But to come out and win both races and be P1 in every session is like a dream come true — it’s definitely my birthday wish.

“My Honda CBR600RR was great and my California Superbike School Roadracingworld.com team was so awesome. I was under the Team Hammer/M4 tent this weekend and my crew chief Eric Gray was awesome to work with.”

Joe Roberts 2013 AMA Pro SuperSport Barber 1 - Podium

Joe Roberts takes the top podium position on his debut AMA Pro Racing event – Photo: Brian J Nelson

Roberts will compete for Team Hammer again this season at the upcoming Laguna Seca and Miller Motorsports Park rounds in July and August, respectively, the only rounds which don’t conflict with Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup events.

GEICO Motorcycle Road Racing’s Dane Westby scored his second top-five result of the weekend in Sunday’s Daytona SportBike contest.

Westby missed the shift from from first to second gear and was mired down the order at the start but once again demonstrated his ability to charge up through the pack. The Oklahoman slashed through the field from the bottom of the top 10 and ultimately finished fifth aboard his Honda CBR600RR.

M4 SportbikeTrackGear.com Racing’s Benny Solis had a similar afternoon. The Californian got away with the front group but made a mistake in Turn 5 on the race’s second lap. Dropping outside the top 15, Solis took advantage of an improved set-up to confidently work his way back into the top 10.

Benny Solis 2013 AMA Pro SuperSport - Barber

Benny Solis took advantage of an improved set-up to confidently work his way back into the top 10 – Photo: Brian J Nelson

Solis improved upon his Saturday result by taking the checkered flag in ninth position on Sunday.

Solis said, “I was at the end of the lead pack, so I was in a good position, and I felt good running with those guys. But going into Charlotte’s Web I made a mistake; instead of being a foot off the line of the rider in front of me, I was right behind him, almost in his draft. He got sideways when he braked which I didn’t expect and I almost hit him and went off. It was either hit him or go off the track and I barely missed him. I dropped back to 17th but then I was able to get to ninth because today’s bike set-up was much better.”

MPH Racing’s Melissa Paris again improved upon his qualifying position by picking up her second 17th-place result of the weekend aboard her Team Hammer Contract Services Honda CBR600RR.

Team Hammer will next travel to Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course for Round 4 of the AMA Pro Road Racing series on July 12-14.

Source: Team Hammer

Joe Roberts Wins His Debut SuperSport Race

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Joe Roberts won his AMA Pro debut on Saturday with a convincing win – Photo: Brian J Nelson

Joe Roberts won his AMA Pro debut on Saturday, earning a convincing win in Saturday’s AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport Race at Barber Motorsports Park. Roberts, competing for California Superbike School/Roadracingworld.com Racing, won by 8.122 seconds over RoadRace Factory/Red Bull’s Tomas Puerta and Nick McFadden of TOBC Racing.

Roberts got off to a terrible start but had worked his way into the lead by the second lap. From there, he motored away in the 17-lap race. “I think I got the worst start ever,” said Roberts. “By the end of the first lap, I was up to fourth. By the time I got to the front, I decided to push as hard as I could.”

Puerta battled with Hayden Gillim (Team 95) and then came under attack from several riders but was able to earn second place. “I tried to be consistent and when I went by Hayden, I rode my own race,” said Puerta.

McFadden was in his first AMA Pro race like Roberts and took a fine third place just over a second behind Puerta.”I didn’t know what to expect for my first race,” said McFadden, who opportunistically kept moving up the ranks until he had a podium. “I was hoping for a top ten or a top five.”

2013 AMA Pro SuperSport Barber 1 Winner's Podium

2013 AMA Pro SuperSport Barber 1 Winner’s Podium

Team 95′s Hayden Gillim finished fourth after qualifying on the front row and battling at the front with Puerta early before Roberts came past.

Miles Thornton had the save of the race. The CTR Racing pilot nearly highsided while chasing Puerta and somehow managed to hang on until his machine regained a more stable relationship with the laws of physics. Thornton kept rolling and finished 2.5 seconds behind Gillim.

Double Elkhart Lake winner Corey Alexander of National Guard/Celtic Racing was sixth after a Friday crash. Meen Motorsports’ Wyatt Farris topped SuperSport East points leader Stefano Mesa (Motosport.com RSRacecaft) for seventh. BP Racing teammates Sebastiao Ferreira and Charles Weaver rounded out the top 10.

About GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing:
GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing is the premier motorcycle road racing series in North America and is universally regarded as one of the most competitive road racing organizations in the world. The 2013 schedule consists of nine rounds of competition on the country’s finest road courses. The Series is comprised of four production-based classes: AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike, AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike, AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport and the AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series. Learn more about GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing at .

Source: AMA Pro Racing

Joe Roberts Double Podiums His Opening Weekend

2013 AMA Pro SuperSport Barber 2 Winner's Podium

2013 AMA Pro SuperSport Barber 2 Winner’s Podium

Joe Roberts capped off his domination on the AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport weekend in Birmingham with a victory in Sunday’s race. The California Superbike School RoadracingWorld.com pilot led every session on his way to the double win in his first-ever AMA Pro race weekend. Roberts beat Team 95’s Hayden Gillim by 3.690 seconds, with RoadRace Factory/Red Bull’s Tomas Puerta third, just 0.004 behind Gillim after a race-long battle for second.

Roberts got away third, with a start better than Saturday’s. Roberts took a couple of laps to pass Puerta and then Gillim, but the 16-year-old was able to pull away to complete the rare sweep in a weekend that saw 41 riders take part in the weekend’s races.

“It was great to be P1 every session,” said Roberts. “My expectation was to run top five. It was a dream come true. The race was very difficult,” said Roberts. “I got an okay start, better than yesterday. I made the pass around the outside of Hayden and I put my head down.”

Gillim and Puerta’s battle came down to the final run to the flag. “I knew Tomas was behind me the entire time, and I was hoping my tires would be good at the end,” said Gillim. “I was able to get it turned and get the drive down to the flag. It was really cool. It was a drag race.”

Corey Alexander 2013 AMA Pro SuperSport Barber 2 - 6th Place

Corey Alexander lead a tight group less than a second from a top five finish.

Wyatt Farris earned fourth on the Meen Motorsports Yamaha, topping Miles Thornton. Thornton (CTR Racing) had his hands full with Nick McFadden early before the rookie crashed out of the 17-lap contest, then faced a tight group consisting of Elkhart Lake double winner Corey Alexander on the National Guard/Celtic Racing Suzuki GSX-R600, Gearzy’s Ryan Matter, and Daytona winner Stefano Mesa (Motosport.com RSRacectaft). The group finished less than a second behind Thornton.

Travis Wyman (Harv’s H-D) finished ninth, ahead of Kaleb De Keyrel on the CWS Bleakly-Hayes Yamaha in his first top-ten result in AMA Pro competition.

Next Up
The 2013 GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing season will resume on July 12-14 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio for the Buckeye Superbike Weekend presented by Dunlop Tire.

This season’s GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing action is being broadcast on CBS Sports Network as part of the CBS Sports Spectacular. Fans can find CBS Sports Network on their TV by using the channel finder at http://www.cbssportsnetwork.com/channel-finder.

In addition to the live broadcasts on CBS Sports Network, AMA Pro Live will be live streaming multiple channels of behind-the-scenes video of the weekend’s activities alongside Live Timing & Scoring. AMA Pro Live puts fans in the director’s chair, allowing them to choose from a variety of viewpoints including track cameras, paddock cameras and a press conference channel at http://www.amaprolive.com.

Source: AMA Pro Racing

Triumph SuperBike Classic Daytona SportBike & SuperSport Overview And Point Standings

2013 AMA Pro Road Racing Barber Image Gallery (Click for full size images)

AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Class Race 1 Results – Race Time: 31:04.411

Pos. # Rider Bike Interval Best Time
1 6 Cameron Beaubier Yamaha YZF-R6 21 Laps 1:27.676
2 32 Jake Gagne Yamaha YZF-R6 5.185 1:28.046
3 40 Jason DiSalvo Triumph Daytona 675 9.613 1:28.446
4 5 Dane Westby Honda CBR600RR 12.045 1:28.415
5 95 JD Beach Yamaha YZF-R6 12.259 1:28.513
6 8 Garrett Gerloff Yamaha YZF-R6 12.262 1:28.548
7 43 James Rispoli Suzuki GSX-R600 23.062 1:28.660
8 50 Bobby Fong Triumph Daytona 675 31.656 1:28.812
9 52 Joey Pascarella Triumph Daytona 675 31.718 1:28.929
10 3 Benny Solis Honda CBR600RR 32.223 1:29.476
11 85 Jake Lewis Yamaha YZF-R6 32.756 1:29.674
12 86 Ben Young Yamaha YZF-R6 59.163 1:30.827
13 42 Kenny Riedmann Triumph Daytona 675 1:14.828 1:31.389
14 29 Barrett Long Ducati 848 1:14.902 1:31.448
15 24 Scott Ryan Yamaha YZF-R6 1:30.418 1:32.200
16 16 Robert McLendon III Triumph Daytona 675 1:39.525 1:32.152
17 13 Melissa Paris Honda CBR600RR 20 Laps 1:31.936
18 7 Fernando Amantini Yamaha YZF-R6 27.594 1:33.162
19 966 Daniel Ortega Yamaha YZF-R6 29.764 1:33.643
20 127 Ron Mears Honda CBR600RR 55.893 1:34.116
21 54 Ricardo Escalante Urban Yamaha YZF-R6 19 Laps 1:30.622
23 21 Elena Myers Triumph Daytona 675 DNS -no times-

AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Class Race 2 Results – Race Time: 30:59.291

Pos. # Rider Bike Interval Best Time
1 6 Cameron Beaubier Yamaha YZF-R6 21 Laps 1:27.435
2 32 Jake Gagne Yamaha YZF-R6 6.326 1:27.837
3 95 JD Beach Yamaha YZF-R6 12.674 1:28.434
4 8 Garrett Gerloff Yamaha YZF-R6 12.904 1:28.468
5 5 Dane Westby Honda CBR600RR 14.479 1:28.471
6 43 James Rispoli Suzuki GSX-R600 18.902 1:28.499
7 85 Jake Lewis Yamaha YZF-R6 24.719 1:28.780
8 40 Jason DiSalvo Triumph Daytona 675 34.326 1:28.438
9 3 Benny Solis Honda CBR600RR 42.306 1:29.519
10 52 Joey Pascarella Triumph Daytona 675 42.970 1:29.237
11 54 Ricardo Escalante Urban Yamaha YZF-R6 58.362 1:30.567
12 42 Kenny Riedmann Triumph Daytona 675 1:03.728 1:30.570
13 86 Ben Young Yamaha YZF-R6 1:08.853 1:30.737
14 29 Barrett Long Ducati 848 1:22.303 1:30.672
15 24 Scott Ryan Yamaha YZF-R6 1:32.876 1:31.607
16 7 Fernando Amantini Yamaha YZF-R6 20 Laps 1:32.648
17 13 Melissa Paris Honda CBR600RR 2.387 1:33.059
18 16 Robert McLendon III Triumph Daytona 675 2.657 1:32.261
19 127 Ron Mears Honda CBR600RR 4.084 1:33.011
20 966 Daniel Ortega Yamaha YZF-R6 4.585 1:33.015
21 50 Bobby Fong Triumph Daytona 675 11 Laps 1:28.521
23 21 Elena Myers Triumph Daytona 675 DNS -no times-

Rider Point Standings – SportBike Class ( Race 5 of 14 )

  1. Cameron Beaubier – 152
  2. Jake Gagne – 124
  3. JD Beach – 92
  4. Garrett Gerloff – 90
  5. James Rispoli – 71
  6. Jake Lewis – 63
  7. Dane Westby – 62
  8. Jason DiSalvo – 59
  9. Ben Young – 51
  10. Bobby Fong – 49

AMA Pro SuperSport Class Race 1 Results – Race Time: 25:43.834

Pos. # Rider Bike Interval Best Time Points
1 2 Joe Roberts Honda CBR600RR 17 Laps 1:29.760 32
2 12 Tomas Puerta Yamaha YZF-R6 8.122 1:30.588 25
3 118 Nick McFadden Suzuki GSX-R600 9.477 1:30.132 21
4 69 Hayden Gillim Yamaha YZF-R6 11.385 1:30.671 18
5 72 Miles Thornton Yamaha YZF-R6 13.961 1:30.389 16
6 5 Corey Alexander Suzuki GSX-R600 24.040 1:31.082 15
7 9 Wyatt Farris Yamaha YZF-R6 27.709 1:31.789 14
8 37 Stefano Mesa Yamaha YZF-R6 27.744 1:31.299 13
9 73 Sebastiao Ferreira Yamaha YZF-R6 28.657 1:31.114 12
10 13 Charles Weaver Yamaha YZF-R6 30.369 1:31.491 11
11 180 Curtis Murray Suzuki GSX-R600 31.091 1:31.566 10
12 122 Ryan Matter Yamaha YZF-R6 32.965 1:31.504 9
13 101 David Sadowski, Jr. Yamaha YZF-R6 38.466 1:32.039 8
14 24 Travis Wyman Suzuki GSX-R600 38.574 1:32.198 7
15 33 Conner Blevins Kawasaki ZX-6R 39.179 1:31.373 6
16 88 Gerry Signorelli Triumph Daytona 675 39.916 1:31.880 5
17 92 Garet Tomlinson Yamaha YZF-R6 42.406 1:31.904 4
18 51 Kaleb De Keyrel Yamaha YZF-R6 45.944 1:32.220 3
19 777 Mark Miller Jr. Yamaha YZF-R6 55.738 1:33.068 2
20 75 Brandon Cleland Triumph Daytona 675 58.936 1:32.847 1

AMA Pro SuperSport Class Race 2 Results – Race Time: 25:31.398

Pos. # Rider Bike Interval Best Time Points
1 2 Joe Roberts Honda CBR600RR 17 Laps 1:29.019 31
2 69 Hayden Gillim Yamaha YZF-R6 3.690 1:29.499 25
3 12 Tomas Puerta Yamaha YZF-R6 3.694 1:29.484 21
4 9 Wyatt Farris Yamaha YZF-R6 22.626 1:30.159 18
5 72 Miles Thornton Yamaha YZF-R6 25.314 1:30.092 16
6 5 Corey Alexander Suzuki GSX-R600 26.205 1:30.628 15
7 122 Ryan Matter Yamaha YZF-R6 26.564 1:30.482 14
8 37 Stefano Mesa Yamaha YZF-R6 26.602 1:30.484 13
9 24 Travis Wyman Suzuki GSX-R600 29.083 1:30.542 12
10 51 Kaleb De Keyrel Yamaha YZF-R6 38.753 1:30.671 11
11 13 Charles Weaver Yamaha YZF-R6 42.617 1:31.065 10
12 64 Erick Sanchez Yamaha YZF-R6 45.383 1:31.558 9
13 33 Conner Blevins Kawasaki ZX-6R 45.791 1:31.349 8
14 88 Gerry Signorelli Triumph Daytona 675 49.507 1:31.925 7
15 777 Mark Miller Jr. Yamaha YZF-R6 54.674 1:32.286 6
16 187 David Brown Suzuki GSX-R600 54.962 1:32.218 5
17 92 Garet Tomlinson Yamaha YZF-R6 56.562 1:32.261 4
18 101 David Sadowski, Jr. Yamaha YZF-R6 1:01.420 1:32.721 3
19 888 Max Flinders Yamaha YZF-R6 1:08.800 1:32.168 2
20 96 Ryan Max Johnson Yamaha YZF-R6 1:18.842 1:32.651 1

Rider Point Standings – SuperSport East Class ( Race 6 of 10 )

  1. Stefano Mesa – 121
  2. Corey Alexander – 119
  3. Hayden Gillim – 86
  4. Miles Thornton – 67
  5. Travis Wyman – 66
  6. Conner Blevins – 53
  7. Mark Miller Jr. – 33
  8. Devon McDonough – 28
  9. Ricardo Valdez – 24
  10. Nick McFadden – 21

Rider Point Standings – SuperSport West Class ( Race 4 of 9 )

  1. Tomas Puerta – 88
  2. David Sadowski, Jr. – 56
  3. Jeffrey Tigert – 55
  4. Sebastiao Ferreira – 52
  5. Travis Ohge – 43
  6. Wyatt Farris – 39
  7. Charles Weaver – 38
  8. Ryan Matter – 25
  9. Matthew Sadowski – 18
  10. Andrew DiBrino – 7

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