2020 MotoAmerica The Ridge Results

Press Release | August 30, 2020

Superbike

To say that Cameron Beaubier is on a roll would be a gross understatement. The Monster Energy Attack Performance Yamaha won his ninth HONOS Superbike race of the season, his sixth in a row and the 47th of his career today at the Komatsu MotoAmerica Superbikes At The Ridge.
In easily winning today’s 17-lap final, Beaubier eclipsed his season best of eight wins with his ninth of the season while extending his lead in the 2020 MotoAmerica Superbike Championship to 54 points.

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Beaubier made it look easy once again at The Ridge.

“Yeah, man. It was really good to be able to get nine wins in a season and be able to pass my record that was a few years ago,” Beaubier said. “That just feels really good for me. Everything’s going so good right now. Like I said yesterday, sometimes I feel like I need to get pinched. But at the same time, it’s weird to say but right now that I have the most experience in the Superbike class other than maybe Toni (Elias) or something like that. I’m just dialed in on my R1. I’ve been riding this thing for five or six years. I feel really, really good. Everyone’s working really, really hard at the Monster Attack Performance Yamaha team. It feels so good to put this up on the top of the podium multiple races throughout the year, and also having a great teammate in Jake (Gagne). Being able to go one-two today feels really good to just reward them for all their hard work. It’s just been fun so far this year. They’re slowly catching me. I’m just running for my life out there. Just hope to keep it going and really looking forward to going to New Jersey and seeing how this bike works around there. Hats off to everyone here at Ridge. They made the track a little safer with that chicane. They’re willing to change the track here and there to make it a little safer for when we come back in the future. I think it was a really fun track. So, hats off to them.”
Beaubier’s teammate Jake Gagne ended up second, a day after a front tire issue knocked him off the podium and into fourth place. Gagne’s 20 points stretches his advantage in the championship, and he sits in a solid second place, 22 points ahead of Westby Racing’s Mathew Scholtz, who finished fourth on Sunday.
“Good way to come out especially after the rough race we had yesterday,” Gagne said. “I’m happy we got off to a good start. I think Cam (Beaubier) was going to want to get a start. Like he said, if he could roll out of that chicane first, he was going to go. Luckily, I was second right behind him. I charged. I tried to keep him in sight, but he was just inching and inching and inching away in those first couple laps. I just didn’t quite have the pace for sure to run with Cam. But we made a lot of progress over the weekend. We got more and more comfortable. We learned a lot about the bike. I think we all had a good time racing here at the Ridge. It was fun to get to a new track and race with something a little bit different. Hats off to Cam. Hats off to Bobby (Fong). Bobby kept me honest that whole race long. I didn’t know who, if it was Bobby or Mat (Scholtz). I figured kind of the both of them. I was keeping an eye on my pit board and I think in the first couple laps I got a little bit of a gap and then we kind of stayed right there. He inched back in. So, he kept me honest. He didn’t make it easy on me. I’m happy to bring this Monster Energy Attack Performance Yamaha back home in second and we’ll roll on to Jersey.”
Bobby Fong matched his result from yesterday with another third-place finish, the M4 ECSTAR Suzuki rider again racing with pain in his left wrist/hand from his crash at PittRace a few weeks ago. Fong closed on Gagne in the closing stages of the race, coming up .528 of a second behind the Yamaha rider.
“Honestly it feels like a win,” Fong said. “It feels good to be on the podium again, especially after missing out the last few rounds. It was good. I think we’re going in the right direction. I think we found a baseline with our bike. Every race weekend we’ve gone to it’s like we’re throwing the kitchen sink at it, changing it up and down, and this weekend we kind of started from where we left the test when we were testing here over a month ago, and we just kind of kept chipping away at it and just baby steps, baby steps. I felt good because the main thing we’re taking from this weekend is the pace I had at the end of the race today, which was really good. I felt like for myself. We’re just going to keep that momentum going and try to catch this guy (Beaubier).”
Scholtz, meanwhile, was another 3.1 seconds behind Fong in fourth place.
Fifth place on track went to M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Toni Elias, but he was docked a position which in turn handed the spot to Scheibe Racing BMW’s Josh Herrin. Elias had passed Herrin on the final lap after a race-long battle between the two veterans.
Stock 1000 Championship points leader Cameron Petersen had a strong ride to seventh on his Altus Motorsports Suzuki GSX-R1000, the South African chasing down Lorenzo Zanetti for the entire race with the Italian crashing out on the final lap.
Rock and Sons Racing’s Jayson Uribe had his second straight top-10 finish in his first MotoAmerica event of the year, the Californian riding to eighth some two seconds clear of FLY Racing ADR Motorsports’ Bradley Ward. Travis Wyman Racing’s Travis Wyman salvaged a difficult weekend with a 10th-place finish on his BMW.

2020 MotoAmerica The Ridge — Superbike Race Two

1 Cameron Beaubier (Yam)
2 Jake Gagne (Yam)
3 Bobby Fong (Suz)
4 Mathew Scholtz (Yam)
5 Josh Herrin (BMW)

Supersport
After the close racing that occurred in Saturday’s Supersport race one, the expectation was that there would be a repeat performance in Sunday’s race two. However, an incident going into the chicane on the opening lap took out Saturday’s winner Richie Escalante. The HONOS Kawasaki rider and current championship leader was unhurt but unable to rejoin the race. That left the battle for the lead to the other two frontrunners, Sean Dylan Kelly and Brandon Paasch. Then, inexplicably, Paasch appeared to fall off his Celtic HSBK Racing Yamaha, which ended his day.

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With title leader Escalante taken out, Kelly (40) made the most of it with a win. Paasch (21) crashed out.

With both of his fiercest rivals out of the race, that left Kelly with a gaping lead aboard his M4 ECSTAR Suzuki. At the checkers, he won by more than 18 seconds over his teammate Lucas Silva, who celebrated his first-ever podium finish. Third place went to a somewhat somber Aguilar Racing Yamaha rider Jason Aguilar, who appreciated the podium finish but wished that attrition hadn’t played a factor in his result.
“Definitely a crazy race,” Kelly said. “I’m glad I was first into the first corner to avoid everything that happened behind me. I honestly had no idea what was going on. I did hear something in the first corner. It didn’t sound too good, but of course at the end of the day we all hear things while we’re riding. So, I wasn’t too sure what was going on. Today, I really focused on myself. I feel like, yesterday, I was a bit too worried about the fight with everyone, and it obviously didn’t go my way. I mean, okay, P2. Good yesterday, but we’re here to win. Today I just went out with a different mentality and went out there to win, and it showed in the lap times. I just focused on myself. I did very consistent 44’s in the first five laps. I knew I had someone behind me. I wasn’t sure if it was Branden (Paasch) or Richie (Escalante), or even both of them. I really didn’t know. I just kept my head down and did my own thing. Five laps or six laps in, from one moment to the other I didn’t hear a bike. Then on my board I saw plus-12. That’s not very usual. I wasn’t expecting that at all. I kept on doing my laps and then looked back just to make sure if that was right, I didn’t see anyone very close. It felt eternal. But I’m very happy to get these 25 points. Of course, unfortunate that our main rivals went down. It’s racing. At the end of the day, we don’t want anyone going down. I would have liked to do a last-lap battle like my first victory in Atlanta. At the end of the day, my objective is to win the championship, so this is really good for us to get 25 (points) on our main rival. Just super grateful to be here in the first spot. Thank you to my whole M4 ECSTAR Suzuki team.”

2020 MotoAmerica The Ridge — Supersport Race Two

1 Sean Dylan Kelly (Suz)
2 Lucas Silva (Suz)
3 Jason Aguilar (Yam)
4 Xavier Zayat (Yam)
5 Nolan Lampkin (Yam)

Stock 1000 – All Petersen
In Sunday’s lone Stock 1000 race of the weekend, Cam Petersen proved that he is now in a happy place with his Altus Motorsports Tucker Hagerty Suzuki. The South African rider notched his third win in a row and fourth victory of the season with a dominant performance that gave him a gap of more than 10 seconds over second-place finisher Michael Gilbert aboard his Michael Gilbert Racing Kawasaki. Ride HVMC Racing’s Corey Alexander rode his Kawasaki to a third-place result.

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Petersen cleared off for an easy Stock 1000 win.

The race was red-flagged due to an incident on the opening lap when Hunter Dunham took a nasty tumble, but thankfully, he did not sustain any serious injuries.
Commenting on the statement he made with his strong win, Petersen said, “I know it’s not going to be like this every single round. This has been one of those weekends, like these guys said, they came into Thursday and it’s been one of those weekends for them, and it’s been the opposite for me. We’ve had absolutely no problems. We’ve sorted out all the issues and gremlins we’ve had on the motorcycle. This weekend, we spent all of our time on the chassis, and that’s all we’ve done. We’ve made the bike feel like my bike. I felt really comfortable out there all weekend. It’s kind of nice. This track reminds me of some of the tracks we have back home in South Africa. So, I think that’s why I felt a little bit more comfortable on it. Hats off to the whole team. They’ve done a killer job at making sure that they give me the best. This weekend I feel like we’ve taken some pretty big steps forward in the motorcycle. I’m not taking anything away from these guys, but my goal is to be on a Superbike. I want a Superbike ride really bad. I want to be challenging for podiums and wins in the Superbike class. It’s time to start maybe opening some eyes.”

2020 MotoAmerica The Ridge — Stock 1000 Race

1 Cameron Petersen (Suz)
2 Michael Gilbert (Kaw)
3 Corey Alexander (Kaw)
4 Travis Wyman (BMW)
5 Danilo Lewis (BMW)

 

Liqui Moly Junior Cup – Landers Again
Sunday’s Liqui Moly Junior Cup race was another show of strength by defending class champion and current points leader Rocco Landers, who rode a flawless and fast race aboard his Norton Motorsports/Ninja400R/Dr. Farr/Wonder CBD Kawasaki to win by a margin of more than seven seconds over BARTCON Racing Kawasaki rider Dominic Doyle.

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Landers did it again in the Junior Cup.

Speaking of Doyle, he played a part in the most exciting battle of the race as he and Celtic HSBK Racing Kawasaki’s Sam Lochoff diced for second place, with Doyle barely squeaking by Lochoff at the stripe after passing him in the final corner.
The victory was Landers’ seventh of the season so far and the 21st Junior Cup class victory of his career.
“Yesterday’s start wasn’t very good, so I was trying to get up ahead of Sam as early as possible. So, I did that in turn three or turn one or whatever. After that pass, I just tried to put my head down and get as good of a first lap as possible. I think that, if I didn’t get the first lap that I did, I would have been stuck with them because my race pace wasn’t very good. I was riding kind of tight. I felt kind of weird on the bike. But that first lap really helped me out to get up ahead of them. So, I’m stoked with this win.”

2020 MotoAmerica The Ridge — Junior Cup Race Two

1 Rocco Landers (Kaw)
2 Dominic Doyle (Kaw)
3 Samuel Lochoff (Kaw)
4 David Kohlstaedt (Kaw)
5 Benjamin Gloddy (Kaw)

Saturday

Superbike

In three of his four championship-winning seasons, Monster Energy Attack Performance Yamaha’s Cameron Beaubier won eight races. Today, in just the ninth race of the season, Beaubier won his eighth HONOS Superbike race, this one coming in the MotoAmerica debut event at the Ridge Motorsports Park. The four-time and defending MotoAmerica Superbike Champion led from start to finish to win the 46th Superbike race of his career.
The race was restarted after a multi-rider crash on the opening lap that brought out the red flag, but after that it was clear sailing for Beaubier as he rode to an 8.1-second victory over Westby Racing’s Mathew Scholtz. Beaubier’s race got a bit easier when his teammate Jake Gagne was forced to slow near the end of the race with a badly worn tire, the San Diegan slipping back to fourth at the conclusion of the shortened 13-lap race.

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It’s getting pretty monotonous at the front of MotoAmerica as Cameron Beaubier (1) took yet another win.

Beaubier also benefitted from the red flag restart after he botched the initial run through the chicane.
“The first time around going into the chicane I didn’t click it back into first gear, and so I came out of that right-hander after I ran it wide in the first corner where I flicked it back right. I was in second gear and I just bogged pretty bad off that corner and got passed by these guys. Then I had a big old slide on the back straightaway. That threw me out of the seat pretty good. Then, obviously, it got red flagged. We went back to square one and they shortened the race to 13 laps. I was like… I knew I needed to try to get off the start as good as I can and try to lead it out of the chicane and push as hard as I can. I was able to open up a little bit of a gap at the beginning. And it was slowly growing, slowly growing and then, all of a sudden, I was like, ‘man, I got to keep my head down.’ All of a sudden, I came by and it was a pretty good chunk. I was like, ‘I’m sure these guys are battling.’ There was no easy place to pass here. You pretty much got to kind of stuff the guy to get around him with all the tight corners here. So, I’m sure it made it good, some pretty exciting racing. I’m glad I was away from these guys. Just hats off to my Monster Attack Yamaha guys. I feel like I just need to pinch myself sometimes. It’s going really well. I just want to keep it going and not get too excited and just keep the momentum going.”
Scholtz came out the better of a near-race long scrap with M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Bobby Fong, the South African battling back after running off track midway through the race.
“Some of the corners are really fun,” Scholtz said of the Ridge. “There’s a couple corners that are a little bit hard and a little bit bumpy. For the most part, it’s a really fun track. From corner five until the entrance of corner 13, it’s really awesome. It’s fast and long, flowing corners. They all kind of link up well. It’s a really cool, fun track. I’m definitely loving it here.”
The pass on Fong came on the entrance to the tight and slow mini Corkscrew.
“I was going to try to pass him in every corner that I got up next to him,” Scholtz explained. “I passed him into corner 11, I think it was, and ran wide then. Then corner 12, I was able to dive up the inside of Bobby (Fong) there, but he went inside so I kind of went out wide and set up the apex going into corner 13. Like Bobby said, I didn’t have to actually pass him, just have to kind up get up next to him and kind of stop him tipping in which I managed to do. I got really close to actually running off but managed to save it and bring it home.”

Fong battled through the pain from his injured left wrist/hand to finish third after the South African passed him on the final lap.
“It’s almost like if you’re leading the thing, and somebody’s so close to you, all you have to do is get next to him and don’t move,” Fong explained of the spot where he was passed by Scholtz. “You can just go all the way wide and you’re going to get the position. That’s what makes this track really interesting. It’s really exciting for the fans. Good job to Mathew. It was a good race.”
As previously mentioned, Gagne was fourth, some six seconds ahead of M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Toni Elias, the Spaniard well clear of Scheibe Racing BMW’s Josh Herrin.
Italian Lorenzo Zanetti ended up seventh in his MotoAmerica debut, the Celtic HSBK Racing Ducati rider dropping down the order in the beginning of the race with an off-track excursion.
Rock and Sons Racing’s Jayson Uribe ended up eighth in his first MotoAmerica race of the year on his Honda CBR1000RR. Uribe bested Altus Racing’s Cameron Petersen by two seconds with FLY Racing ADR Motorsports’ Bradley Ward rounding out the to 10.
After nine of 20 races (10 rounds), Beaubier leads Gagne in the title chase by 49 points, 200-151. Scholtz is third with 136 points and Fong jumps to fourth with 102.

2020 MotoAmerica The Ridge Results — Superbike Race 1

1 Cameron Beaubier (Yam)
2 Mathew Scholtz (Yam)
3 Bobby Fong (Suz)
4 Jake Gagne (Yam)
5 Toni Elias (Suz)

Supersport
Saturday’s first race of the day was arguably the best Supersport race of the season thus far. The three frontrunners, HONOS Kawasaki’s Richie Escalante, M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Sean Dylan Kelly, and Celtic HSBK Racing Yamaha’s Brandon Paasch had a battle royale with lots of close passing (sometimes even making contact) and swapping positions multiple times within single laps of the event. The Ridge’s twisty and technical configuration favors aggression over subtlety, and the three combatants at the front did not shy from the challenge.
As the laps wound down, Escalante took the lead and, surprisingly, was able to stretch out a significant gap, taking the checkers by nearly three seconds over second-place finisher Kelly, who escaped the clutches of a very determined Paasch, the Yamaha rider completing the podium in third.

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Escalante came out on top after a thrilling Supersport race.

“This track is very difficult to pass,” Escalante said. “So, the first laps never feeing the best. Always when the tire starts to be used, we have more feeling. Of course, with the first laps it’s not easy. It’s only two days in this track so I need to learn something. So, during the race behind Sean and Brandon I was learning some lines and some things different. So, for sure I improve. Always when the gasoline start to go lower and the tires are being used, it’s really good to ride. I’m really happy. My team is working really good. All the HONOS Racing Kawasaki team gave me the best package this year. So, for sure very good to win eight races. I know the bike is bigger (displacement) so I don’t think is the big difference. So, I think some corners I have the feeling to pass outside with no brake and no throttle. So, of course, it’s bigger, but I don’t think it’s a big change. Right now, it’s winning, and everybody starts to say something. I’m happy. I think we’re working really hard during the pre-season and during the season. For sure, I’m ready to win more races, and win the championship. I think this is not my big problem. I think this is the greatest ZX-6 so I take the opportunity. Something new for me. Everything working and I’m really happy. Thanks all the sponsors for supporting me. I’m ready for the next race.”

2020 MotoAmerica The Ridge Results—Supersport Race One

1 Richie Escalante (Kaw)
2 Sean Dylan Kelly (Suz)
3 Brandon Paasch (Yam)
4 Kevin Olmedo (Suz)
5 Xavier Zayat (Yam)

Liqui Moly Junior Cup
Prior to Saturday’s Liqui Moly Junior Cup race one, in the morning’s final qualifying session, Rocco Landers earned the pole position, but he destroyed his Norton Motorsports/Ninja400R/Dr. Farr/Wonder CBD Kawasaki in the process. Landers’ father and his crew built virtually a whole new bike for the afternoon’s race, and the younger Landers used it to good effect, winning his third race of the season in defense of his 2019 championship.

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Landers (1) made up for a few mistakes to take the win.

Celtic HSBK Racing Kawasaki’s Sam Lochoff gave Landers all he could handle, though. The South African rider led the race and kept Landers in check for a while, until Landers found a way to the front. Third place went to BARTON Racing Kawasaki rider Dominic Doyle, also from South Africa. Doyle rode a quiet race, especially towards the end, to complete the podium.
When asked about what it took for Landers’ father and crew to get the bike ready for the race after his crash in final qualifying, Landers said, “It was a ton of work. It was about a 100-mile-an-hour crash. I tucked the front in turn 11 this morning in qualifying. The bike was bent, totally destroyed. Came back. Built a new bike for me. Put everything back together. Got everything to go. Kept a smile on his face. Helped me feel better myself. All weekend, it’s been me or Sam (Lochoff). I’ve just been having a lot of fun up at the front. Also, a huge thank you to Mithos and HJC for keeping me safe in the big crash this morning. It was a fun race. That battle with Sam was awesome. I really enjoyed it. Thank you so much to Wonder CBD, Dr. Far, Ninja400R.com, Norton Motorsports, Dunlop and everyone else who helps me.”

2020 MotoAmerica The Ridge Results—Junior Cup Race One

1 Rocco Landers (Kaw)
2 Samuel Lochoff (Kaw)
3 Dominic Doyle (Kaw)
4 Benjamin Gloddy (Kaw)
5 Liam Grant (Kaw)

Twins Cup – Landers Doubles Up
Twins Cup was the final race of the day on Saturday, and the event was red-flagged twice due to on-track incidents, neither of which resulted in serious injuries. SportbikeTrackGear.comRoadracingworld.com Suzuki rider Rocco Landers, who won the afternoon’s Liqui Moly Junior Cup race, notched his second victory of the day with the win in Twins Cup.

2020 MotoAmerica The Ridge Results Landers wins again
Landers made sure of another win, this time in the Twins Cup.

Landers had an easier time getting the win in the Twins class than he did in the Junior Cup race, the Oregonian taking the checkers by more than seven seconds over 1-833-CJKNOWS Accident & Injury Law Yamaha rider Kaleb De Keyrel. Third place went to Syndicate Racing/Apex Assassins Yamaha’s Jason Madama, who trailed De Keyrel across the finish line by almost the same seven-second gap that Landers had over De Keyrel.
“Since Thursday’s test, we’ve been able to get some good pace and stuff,” Landers said. “I feel like it’s just small hiccups here and there that are preventing us from leading the championship. My SportBikeTrackGear.com Suzuki team has been working super hard and making the bike awesome. It felt great out there. My chassis mechanic, Christian, my crew chief, Thomas, worked super hard. Thanks to John and Chris Ulrich at Road Racing World and Sport Bike Track Gear for making this program happen. It’s fun to come out here every weekend and race some Twins Cup.”

2020 MotoAmerica The Ridge Results—Twins Cup Race One

1 Rocco Landers (Suz)
2 Kaleb De Keyrel (Yam)
3 Jason Madama (Yam)
4 Jackson Blackmon (Suz)
5 Toby Khamsouk (Suz)

Friday

Monster Energy Attack Performance Yamaha’s Cameron Beaubier continued his 2020 HONOS Superbike season domination in the opening qualifying session at The Ridge Motorsports Park, the championship points leader lapping at 1:40.358 to best the rest by over a second.
Beaubier’s best came on the 14th lap and it was 1.029 seconds quicker than Westby Racing’s Mathew Scholtz, the South African’s fastest lap a 1:41.387. Beaubier’s best was a lap record in MotoAmerica’s debut race at the track in the Pacific Northwest.
Third fastest heading into tomorrow’s Superpole session was Beaubier’s teammate Jake Gagne. Gagne’s best lap was a 1:42.010 – 1.652 seconds slower than Beaubier.

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No surprises for guessing who topped MotoAmerica on Friday at The Ridge…

M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Toni Elias continues to search for his mojo on his GSX-R1000 and he improved to the fourth fastest time, one spot higher than his teammate Bobby Fong.
Italian Lorenzo Zanetti rode his Celtic HSBK Racing Ducati Panigale V4 R to the sixth best time, half a second behind Fong and .326 of a second ahead of Scheibe Racing BMW’s Josh Herrin. FLY Racing ADR Motorsports’ David Anthony, Rock & Son’s Jason Uribe and Anthony’s teammate Bradley Ward completed the top 10 on the opening day.
The Supersport war between HONOS Kawasaki’s championship points leader Richie Escalante and M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Sean Dylan Kelly continued on opening day at the Ridge, the two fighting for the top spot in Q1 with Kelly and his 1:44.204 getting the nod over Escalante’s 1:44.822. Altus Motorsports’ Kevin Olmedo was third with a best of 1:45.375.
Norton Motorsports/Ninja400R/Dr. Farr/Wonder CBD Rocco Landers bested Celtic HSBK Racing’s Samuel Lochoff by a tick over half a second to lead the way in the Liqui Moly Junior Cup class. BARTCON Racing’s Dominic Doyle was third fastest.
Altus Motorsports’ Cameron Petersen led the way in the Stock 1000 class with his 1:43.362. Ride HVMC Racing’s Corey Alexander was second fastest with Alex Dumas bouncing back from a crash on the M4 ECSTAR Suzuki to finish the day third fastest.
The final session of the day was the Twins Cup and Landers continued to lead the way on his Sportbike TrackGear.com Suzuki with a lap time that was 1.7 seconds faster than Robem Engineering’s Jackson Blackmon. Syndicate Racing/Apex Assassins’ Jason Madama ended up third with championship leader Kaleb De Keyrel fourth.

Superbike Q1

1 Cameron Beaubier (Yam) 1:40.358
2 Mathew Scholtz (Yam) 1:41.387
3 Jake Gagne (Yam) 1:42.010
4 Toni Elias (Suz) 1:42.243
5 Bobby Fong (Suzuki) 1:42.256

Supersport Q1

1 Sean Dylan Kelly (Suz) 1:44.204
2 Richie Escalante (Kaw) 1:44.822
3 Kevin Olmedo (Suz) 1:45.375
4 Brandon Paasch (Yam) 1:45.627
5 Xavier Zayat (Yam) 1:46.166

Liqui Moly Junior Cup Q1

1 Rocco Landers (Kaw) 1:53.420
2 Samuel Lochoff (Kaw) 1:53.973
3 Dominic Doyle (Kaw) 1:54.417
4 Benjamin Gloddy (Kaw) 1:55.798
5 Jack Roach (Kaw) 1:56.114

 Stock 1000

1 Cameron Petersen (Suz) 1:43.362
2 Corey Alexander (Kaw) 1:44.037
3 Alex Dumas (Suz) 1:44.216
4 Andy DiBrino (Kaw) 1:44.361
5 Michael Gilbert (Kaw) 1:44.673

Twins Cup Q1

1 Rocco Landers (Suz) 1:48.351
2 Jackson Blackmon (Suz) 1:50.107
3 Jason Madama (Yam) 1:50.445
4 Kaleb De Keyrel (Yam) 1:50.711
5 Toby Khamsouk (Suz) 1:50.732

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