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2012 AMA Pro Road Racing Photo Gallery
Check out Cycle News photos from the 2012 AMA Pro Road Racing Season.
Joey Pascarella, winner of the 2012 Daytona 200 race holds up his trophy on the podium. Photo by: Henny Ray Abrams
Jason DiSalvo had the Gary Nixon mo-jo working on Thursday at the Speedway. Photography By: Henny Ray Abrams
Chris Fillmore to race another year with KTM/HMC Racing for the 2012 AMA Pro Road Racing season in Superbikes. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
Blake Young has an impressive race one win at Road Atlanta, coming from the back of the grid on the restart. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
Blake Young looking for work in 2013. Photography by Andrea Wilson
Cameron Beaubier will miss Road Atlanta after breaking his knee in a scooter accident. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
Ben Bostrom leads the Homestead test. Photography by: Andrea Wilson.
Blake Young tops day one of the AMA Pro Road Racing Homestead Test. Photography By: Andrea Wilson.
Martin Cardenas wins that rolex and the Daytona 200 pole. Photography By: Henny Ray Abrams.
Jason DiSalvo on provisional pole for the Daytona 200. Photography By: Henny Ray Abrams
Filling in for injured Garrett Gerloff, Tommy Hayden get's his first session on the Y.E.S. Graves Yamaha R6. Photography By: Henny Ray Abrams.
Ben Bostrom's new paint scheme for the 2012 Jordan Motorsport's GSXR-1000. Photography By: Henny Ray Abrams
Jason DiSalvo pays tribute to Gary Nixon by running replica livery at the Daytona 200.
Tommy Hayden makes predictions for the 2012 AMA Superbike season. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
Blake Young on the podium from the 2012 Daytona Superbike race.
Another piece of the silly season puzzle in AMA Superbike is put together: Danny Eslick to race the EBR 1190RS for Erik Buell Racing. Photography By: Andrea Wilson.
Cycle New's 2012 Rider of the Year, Josh Hayes talks about racing, training, and married life. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
Garett Gerloff, one of Monster Energy Graves Yamaha's young stars talks about growing up Gerloff, overcoming injury, and his future plans in racing. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
Josh Hayes 3-Peats the AMA Superbike Championship at Homestead. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
James Rispoil doubles at Homestead after winning a red flagged race two. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
Roger Lee Hayden wins his first AMA Superbike race at Homestead. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
Another close AMA Supersport battle goes to James Rispoli at Homestead. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
We talk to the youngest Hayden, Roger Lee about getting that first Superbike win. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
Roger Hayden scored pole position at Homestead-Miami Speedway with a little help from the weather. Photography By: Andrea Wilson
Laguna Seca Bell helmet.
Josh Hayes en route to winning the pole at Road America.
Monster Energy Graves Yamaha's Josh Hayes won his third Superbike race in a row, and sixth of the season, as he's become accustomed to doing, by gapingly large margins.
Today's win came on a sunny, breezy day in the second race of the Subway Superbike Doubleheader at Road America. Hayes got out to the front and stretched his legs at will, nearly setting a new outright Superbike lap record.
Monster Energy Graves Yamaha's Josh Hayes completed a dream weekend for Yamaha by throttling the competition in Sunday's Superbike race a day after winning on Saturday and soon after Y.E.S. Graves Yamaha's Cameron Beaubier had swept the weekend's Daytona Sportbike races in the Triumph Superbike Classic at Barber Motorsports Park.
Photography by Andrea Wilson
Monster Energy Graves Yamaha's Josh Hayes enjoyed a thoroughly dominant win on a day of rapidly changing weather in the rain-shortened first leg of the Subway Superbike Doubleheader at Road America.Photography by Andrea Wilson
Monster Energy Graves Yamaha's Josh Hayes won his fourth Superbike race in a row after turning back a nearly racelong threat from teammate Josh Herrin on a hot and sticky day at Barber Motorsports Park. Herrin finished a distant second with Yoshimura Suzuki's Blake Young third, nearly ten seconds behind Herrin.
Monster Energy Graves Yamaha's Josh Hayes was challenged for the pole position on a hot morning at Barber Motorsports Park, but the championship leader turned away the challenge to notch yet another pole as he tries to win his first Superbike race at the scenic track east of Birmingham.Photography by Andrea Wilson
Celtic Racing/Orient Express Racing's James Rispoli waited out a pair of red flags and a trio of equally aggressive Supersport riders to win his fourth Supersport West race of the year on a hot and cloudy bright day at Barber Motorsports Park.Photography By: Andrea Wilson
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