2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Results

Press Release | August 9, 2020


Cameron Beaubier celebrated his 100th AMA Superbike start in the best way possible. With a victory. The win, Beaubier’s seventh of his near-perfect season, was the 45th triumph of the four-time MotoAmerica Superbike Champion’s career.

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Seven out of eight for Cameron Beaubier in MotoAmerica 2020.

As the others have been in 2020, Beaubier’s win was decisive, though he wrongly downplayed it as “a bit lucky.” Challenged early by his Monster Energy Attack Performance Yamaha teammate Jake Gagne early on, Beaubier ended up 9.59 seconds ahead at the finish after clutch problems dropped Gagne back to third. Westby Racing’s Mathew Scholtz was the beneficiary of Gagne’s problems, the South African ending up second for the second straight day at Pittsburgh International Race Complex.

“Just going to try to keep this ball rolling as long as I can,” Beaubier said after his start-to-finish victory in the HONOS Superbike race. “Like Jake (Gagne) said, the Monster Attack Yamaha guys have been working so hard. It’s been great. It’s been so much work all year so far. Just going to try to keep it going. I’d say I got a little lucky in that race. Jake has been improving all weekend, and same with Matty (Scholtz). Lining up today after how fast he (Gagne) was in warmup, I knew it was going to be pretty tough. At the start of the race, I put my head down and got a good start, which I’m really happy about because I’ve struggled with starts pretty bad in the past, and this year it’s been going really good. I get off the line really good and I think that’s a little key to our success as well. I saw .5 on my board lap after lap after lap. I’m like, ‘man. Jake is riding really good.’ I missed a shift and kind of almost put my face through the windshield with maybe 11 to go, something like that. I knew he had probably stuck on me pretty good. I came by, and I saw plus two seconds gap. I was like, ‘oh man. Maybe he ran off or something like that.’ Turns out it was a little clutch issue, which is a bummer for him because I knew it was going to be a pretty tough end to the race. All in all, I’m just really happy with where we’re at. Me and Garrett (Gerloff) had a really good battle last year, to finish second. I had a lead and ran off the track with a few laps to go to finish second to Toni (Elias) last year here. So, it was really, really good to get a couple wins here. Hats off to all my guys.”

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It was a frenetic start but Beaubier did his usual fast opening laps to hold steady at the front.

Scholtz knew after the morning warm-up that he was in a bit of trouble as the other two had stepped up with faster lap times.

“I kind of figured that something happened to him,” Scholtz said when he saw Gagne coming back to him near the end of the race. “Looking at the warmup times we kind of saw that they had upped their pace. I was a little bit disappointed in the warmup that we didn’t break into the 40s. My whole game plan was just to kind of follow these two and just sort of hang onto them and just try to see maybe from the halfway point if I could just consistently run those low 41s and try to maybe catch up to Jake (Gagne), but something happened and he fell back. Just really happy to be back up on the podium and finish second for the Westby Racing team. We’ve been working hard. I feel like we’re getting better every time we go out. Just when we kind of think that we’ve caught up to Cameron, he pulls something out. So, we’ll just carry onward and find something more.”

Gagne said he was fortunate to finish third because he wasn’t sure he could nurse the bike to the finish.

“First off, we made a lot of improvements,” Gagne said. “Today the bike felt better than we have all weekend, obviously. At least to be able to run those times we wanted to run in the beginning in the first couple laps. We didn’t let Cam (Beaubier) get totally out of sight. We kind of just sat around a half second or so and was able to learn a lot. The first time I’ve been that close to Cam all year, especially on the starts because he’s been taking off. Unfortunately, there was that one lap, I think I just roasted the clutch a little too hard on the start. Then obviously it just kind of got worse and worse and worse. Like Cam said, he came by one lap and already pulled some seconds. I was messing with the adjuster, trying to get it to at least survive. For a second I didn’t think I would have done 10 more laps or whatever we had to go. Just rode a gear high and just kind of putted around there. I knew Mat (Scholtz) was coming. Luckily there was a big gap there behind Mat. For a while there I definitely didn’t think we’d still end up on the podium. The bike just kind of got slower and slower after the clutch. We got on the podium. We got a sweep again. Hats off to my team. They’re working so hard. I’m happy that we made some improvements and went faster today.”

Josh Herrin survived an off-track excursion and fought his way back up to fourth place by the finish of the race, the Scheibe Racing BMW rider besting M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s

Toni Elias by a tick over a second. OneCure/KWR Ducati’s Kyle Wyman was also a part of what was an entertaining battle for fourth, the New Yorker ending up sixth.

FLY Racing ADR Motorsports’ David Anthony finished seventh, some six seconds clear of Altus Motorsports’ Cameron Petersen. Ninth place went to M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Alex Dumas, the 18-year-old solid in what was his HONOS Superbike debut.

Travis Wyman ended the 17-lap race in 10th place on his Travis Wyman Racing BMW S 1000 RR.

With four rounds (eight races) completed in the 2020 HONOS Superbike season, Beaubier leads the title chase by 37 points over Gagne, 175-138. Scholtz is third with 116 points and Wyman moves back to fourth in the standings with Bobby Fong forced out of the race early with too much pain from his big crash yesterday.

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Results—Superbike Race Two

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


In Sunday’s Supersport race one, HONOS Kawasaki rider Richie Escalante won his seventh race out of a total of eight so far this season. Similar to yesterday, Escalante had to contend with M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Sean Dylan Kelly in the early going. Kelly got the holeshot and led lap one until Escalante found a way past and never looked back.

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Just like Beaubier, Escalante (black bike) has won seven from eight so far in 2020.

Meanwhile, Celtic HSBK Racing’s Brandon Paasch had a battle of his own early on with Altus Motorsports rider Kevin Olmedo and then Kelly. At the finish line, it was Escalante winning by nearly seven seconds over Kelly, who had his hands full with Paasch right to the finish. Paasch, in face, led on the final lap but made a mistake that allowed Kelly to squeeze by. At the finish line the two were separated by just .024 of a second.

“Today, every day, we’re feeling better,” Escalante said. “Today I have a little bit more rhythm, so I could pass. Brandon (Paasch) , in the first several laps, was really good. I pushed my rhythm very consistently. I’m really happy to win with this gap and every lap the same. Just keep working. The championship is coming. The next race is a new track so new motivation.”

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Results—Supersport Race Two

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

Stock 1000

In Sunday’s Stock 1000 race two, Cameron Petersen, the rider with the most momentum this weekend at PittRace, did the double and won his second race in as many days aboard his Altus Motorsports Tucker Hagerty Suzuki. But it was far from easy for the South African, who faced a strong challenge from HVMC Racing Kawasaki rider Corey Alexander.

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Petersen (45) showed a clean pair of heels for a second race win at Pittsburgh.

Petersen started from pole, and Weir Everywhere Racing BMW rider Travis Wyman slotted into second with Alexander in third. While Petersen set the pace, Alexander was able to pass Wyman and close the gap on the South African at the front. Alexander raced hard and managed to get around Petersen, but he ran wide and handed the lead right back to Petersen who held his advantage, albeit a narrow one, to the finish line.

Alexander finished second and was just .196 of a second behind Petersen. Wyman, who is recovering from an arm injury, faded towards the end of the race, but held on for the final spot on the podium, just under four seconds adrift of Alexander.

When asked if he knew who was hounding him for the lead, Petersen said, “No. Honestly, I thought it was going to be Alex (Dumas). Alex was showing some pretty serious pace all weekend. Every lap I came by and saw plus-zero on my board. At the beginning of the race, I was like, ‘I’m going to put my head down and see what I can do.’ I might have an opportunity to get away, and it just didn’t happen. These guys were on my butt the whole race pressuring me. I just tried to do everything I could, just hit my marks and not make any mistakes. That was a hell of a race. I enjoy races like that. That pressure and not really getting shown a wheel the whole race and then two laps to go here comes Corey. I’m like, ‘This is going to be a dog fight.’ I saw that moment he had in the last turn and I followed him in there. We both got there super deep. I did everything I could to get a good start. Once again, I can’t thank the whole team enough. We found some stuff for today. The pace was quick. I’m looking forward to going into the rest (of the rounds). We’ve got some stuff we can work on. We can actually work on chassis now because we don’t have to deal with all those other problems. Looking forward to the rest of the season. Hats off to these guys. They stepped it up big time. Should be an exciting year. Stay tuned and be ready for some tight racing.”

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Results—Stock 1000 Race Two

1 Cameron Petersen (Suz)
2 Corey Alexander (Kaw)
3 Travis Wyman (BMW)
4 Alex Dumas (Suz)
5 Stefano Mesa (Kaw)

Junior Cup

In Sunday’s Liqui Moly Junior Cup race two, which was red-flagged and cut short because of an incident involving Isaiah Burleson and Gus Rodio, defending class champion and Norton Motorsports/Ninja400R/Dr. Farr/Wonder CBD rider Rocco Landers carried on with his winning ways and grabbed his fifth race victory in a row. BARTCON Racing’s Dominic Doyle, who was slightly injured in Saturday’s race one melée, toughed it out on Sunday and finished second. Celtic HSBK Racing’s Samuel Lochoff, who finished second on Saturday, was third on Sunday.

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Landers (1) doubled up for a good warm-up leading into the Red Bull Rookies in Europe.

“So, the first two laps, actually, I got a good start,” Landers said. “But I saw that Dom (Doyle) was right behind me from the first few laps. Then I looked back and I was like, ‘He must have run off in the chicane or something.’ In the next lap I saw some grass on the track, so I was like, ‘That’s definitely what happened.’ I just tried to run a smooth race and be consistent. Tried to run as smooth laps as I possibly could. I looked back and I saw Dom was there with Sam (Lochoff). I’m like, ‘Just relax.’ There were only a few laps left. At the end I saw the red flag and I was like, ‘They must call this just because there’s only a few laps to go.’ My team, KFG Motorsports, did a great suspension this weekend. It’s such an honor to be able to race these guys, especially Dom after his crashes today.”

Landers is heading to Austria for round one of the Red Bull MotoGP Rookies Cup and, when he was asked about his expectations heading into the first race next weekend, he said, “As of right now just going to try to go as fast as I can from practice one and see if I can get up there during the race. I know that track is good for someone who hasn’t been to those tracks quite so many times. It seems somewhat simple.”

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Results—Junior Cup Race Two

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

Twins Cup

The final race of the weekend was in the Twins Cup class, and Rocco Landers raced his SportbikeTrackGear.com Suzuki to victory, which capped off the 15-year-old’s third win of the event and second win of the day (Landers also won both Liqui Moly Junior Cup races on the weekend). Landers started from the pole and was never headed in the 11-lap contest, winning by a margin of over four seconds. Second place went to 1-833-CJKNOWS Accident & Injury Law Yamaha rider Kaleb De Keyrel who crossed the finish line more than 10 seconds ahead of Brittenum Construction/Hayden Schultz Racing Yamaha’s Hayden Schultz.

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It was another win for Landers in Twins Cup.

After his second win of the day and third of the weekend, Landers said, “Perfect weekend here. I think I was top in every session this weekend. I was able to do that in Junior Cup, as well. Definitely leaving on a higher note to get back to Europe next weekend. Biggest shout-out goes to SportbikeTrackGear.com, Brian and Max Van. I wouldn’t be here without them. I’d like to thank them all for the first four podiums. I’m super grateful to them. Also, a huge thank you to my dad and my mom, and my crew chief Thomas and my chassis mechanic Christian for putting me under a great program this weekend. We were struggling a little bit with tire wear at the end of the race, but not huge problems. Really a perfect weekend.”

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Results—Twins Cup

1 Rocco Landers (Suz)
2 Kaleb De Keyrel (Yam)
3 Hayden Schultz (Yam)
4 Toby Khamsouk (Suz)
5 Joseph Blasius (Suz)



Monster Energy Attack Performance Yamaha’s Cameron Beaubier won his sixth HONOS Superbike race out of seven starts today at Pittsburgh International Race Complex, the four-time defending MotoAmerica Superbike Champion leading from start to finish as he continues his dominating start to the season.

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Another one for number one. Beaubier once again took the checkers at PittRace.

Beaubier began his day with his fourth pole position of the year and he finished it with his sixth win, this one by 2.976 seconds after 17 laps of the 2.78-mile undulating PittRace road course.

The podium was the same as the last two races at Road Atlanta last weekend, though the order was different with Westby Racing’s Mathew Scholtz turning the tables on Beaubier’s teammate Jake Gagne to finish second behind Beaubier on a sunny day in Pittsburgh.

“Both these guys are on it since the first lap yesterday,” Beaubier said of Scholtz and Gagne. “I haven’t had that little gap that I’ve had in practice. Qualifying was pretty tough. We all got in the same 10th (of a second). I knew it was going to be a pretty tough race. I was able to get a good start and nailed the first section pretty good, which I was happy about. I came by and I saw .5 or .8 on my board the second lap. From there I was like, ‘I have to put my head down and charge because I know these guys have had pace all weekend.’ I’m just feeling so good right now. My R1 is working so good. Like I said at the previous rounds, it’s just exciting for me going to each track because the bike is quite a bit different than last year, and just seeing what it’s capable of at each track. So far, it’s been great. I’m just going to try to keep this ball rolling as long as I can. Like I said, just feeling great. I’m sure tomorrow is going to be tougher. Everyone is going to go back and do their homework and come out swinging for the next race.”

Scholtz battled with M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Bobby Fong and Gagne early before Fong exited the race in dramatic fashion with a big crash on lap nine. That left Scholtz and Gagne to battle for second with Scholtz getting the nod despite losing his left knee puck early in the race.

“I’m not sure what happened,” Scholtz said. “Maybe lap four or five or six (when he lost the knee puck), somewhere about there, and for the next two or three laps it was kind of worrying. I couldn’t really tell how much was being over. The track was really difficult. Every time I started pushing on the front, I couldn’t lift myself back up if something happened. Just really happy to manage to keep it safe.”

Gagne chased Scholtz to the finish, ending up just .130 of a second behind while earning his sixth podium finish of the season.

“Got off to a pretty good start,” Gagne said. “A couple of those guys in the second row got by me on that first lap. Had to get by Kyle (Wyman). Obviously, Cam (Beaubier) was going fast right away after he got in that lead. We kind of knew he’d be going for it. Got into a little run with Mat and Bobby (Fong) and, unfortunately, in the middle of the race or so Bobby hit that inside curb and washed out. That was kind of a surprise. Right in front of me, too. Mat rode a great race; Cam rode a great race. These Yamahas are working really well. We got a little bit of work to do tomorrow to try to pick up the pace. I’m sure me and Mat will want to be a little bit closer to Cam. But it was a good race, good battle. I think we’ll be ready to go for tomorrow.”

SC Project/KWR Ducati’s Kyle Wyman rode to fourth, some 16 seconds behind Gagne and almost six seconds ahead of M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Toni Elias. Elias, in turn, was well clear of FLY Racing ADR Motorsports’ David Anthony.

Scheibe Racing BMW’s Josh Herrin was in a battle with Elias for fifth when his handlebar came loose on the last lap, putting him off track at one point and costing him a shot at fifth place. Herrin persevered for seventh place.

Jake Lewis finished eighth in his debut on the Celtic HSBK Racing Ducati Panigale VR 4 R. Lewis barely bested Anthony’s teammate Bradley Ward with Travis Wyman Racing’s Travis Wyman rounding out the top 10 finishers on his BMW S 1000 RR.

With his 150 points out of a possible 175 points thus far, Beaubier leads Gagne by 28 points in the HONOS Superbike Series point standings. Scholtz is third, 96 points behind Gagne. Fong stays in fourth but is just three points ahead of fifth-placed Wyman.

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Results—Superbike Race One

1 Cameron Beaubier (Yam)
2 Mathew Scholtz (Yam)
3 Jake Gagne (Yam)
4 Kyle Wyman (Duc)
5 Toni Elias (Suz)

Stock 1000

In the Stock 1000 race one, Altus Motorsports Suzuki rider Cameron Petersen notched his second win of the season in an event where he started from the pole. Petersen faced a strong challenge from M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Alex Dumas, the Canadian rider who recently celebrated his 18th birthday. Dumas took a turn in the lead, but Petersen got past him as the race drew to a conclusion to take the checkers with Dumas finishing second. HVMC Racing Kawasaki rider and championship points leader Corey Alexander had a quiet race in third and completed the podium.

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Petersen (45) drifted his way to another win.

When asked about his battle with the rapidly rising Dumas, Petersen said, “In a short period of time he’s come a long way. He’s going to be a problem, for sure. He’s going to be a problem in the future for anybody. Any class he gets into, he’s going to be a problem. The kid’s got some talent.

“Having said that, he and Corey (Alexander) both stepped it up big,” Petersen continued. “That might have been one of the best races I’ve had in a long time, just getting to battle with guys like this. I think he came by with three laps to go. I was like, ‘All right.’ I knew he had some pace in sector two. Kind of helped me out a little bit. I was able to see what he was doing, and I was able to manage the gap. Then going into the last lap, I knew I had to be in front of him going into turn one, otherwise I probably would have gone immediately off the track, due to everything that’s going on. Looking forward to tomorrow. Can’t thank the whole team enough, Suzuki Altus Motorsports, Alpinestars boots, Arai helmets. Everybody that’s in my corner, I can’t thank you guys enough.”

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Results—Stock 1000 Race One

1 Cameron Petersen (Suz)
2 Alex Dumas (Suz)
3 Corey Alexander (Kaw)
4 Michael Gilbert (Kaw)
5 Stefano Mesa (Kaw)


The MotoAmerica Supersport class’s “big three” brought their triumvirate of dominance into PittRace, and in Saturday’s race one, HONOS Kawasaki rider Richie Escalante prevailed over M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Sean Dylan Kelly to take his sixth win in seven races this far in the season. Kelly finished as runner-up for the fifth time, and Brandon Paasch, also for the fifth time, finished third on the Celtic HSBK Yamaha YZF-R6.

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Escalante (54) notched another win in the Supersport category.

Earlier in the race, Escalante, Kelly, and Paasch were challenged by Benjamin Smith aboard his North East Cycle Center Yamaha, the Pennsylvanian running as high as third until his bike developed a technical issue.

“I’m really happy about the points,” Escalante said. “I’m really happy with the feeling I have in the brakes. It’s good for me. Today it’s a little bit hard. Always push. It’s a little bit difficult but I’m really happy. Thanks to my crew chief, my mechanic. I’m really happy right now. For tomorrow, I improve a little bit. Try to push more.”

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Results—Supersport Race One

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

Junior Cup

The opening lap of Saturday’s Liqui Moly Junior Cup race was marred by a big crash involving several riders, including Dominic Doyle, winner of the first three races this season. None of the riders was seriously hurt, but Doyle was unable to make the full restart. Polesitter Rocco Landers had another flawless race aboard his Norton Motorsports/Ninja400R/Dr. Farr/Wonder CBD Kawasaki. The 15-year-old Oregonian led the entire 10-lap race from start to finish and took the checkers by more than six-and-a-half seconds over Celtic HSBK Racing Yamaha’s Samuel Lochoff in second. Third place was a battle to the finish between Ben Gloddy and Gus Rodio, with Gloddy prevailing aboard his Quarterley Racing/On Track Development Kawasaki and grabbing the final spot on the podium.

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Landers (1) kept out of trouble for another win.

“Great day to take the win,” Landers said. “I’m stoked on that. My first lap before the red flag, coming up the hill, I looked back and Sam was there, and I saw the red flag. I was like, ‘He (Doyle) must be down or something.’ Then I came back in and I saw he crashed. It was a pretty bad crash. I went back out and just focused on getting a good start, setting a pace and trying to break away. Sam was there for the first two laps, and I was like, ‘He’s rolling pretty good.’ I had a great race. I’m having a lot of fun.”

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Results—Junior Cup Race One

1 Rocco Landers (Kaw)
2 Samuel Lochoff (Kaw)
3 Benjamin Gloddy (Kaw)
4 Gus Rodio (Kaw)
5 Joseph LiMandri Jr. (Kaw)


It’s a bit early to say that someone will step up to challenge Monster Energy Attack Performance Yamaha’s Cameron Beaubier this weekend’s 2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica round at Pittsburgh International Race Complex, but at least there are a few within striking distance after the first day of practice and qualifying.

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Beaubier on top, but he’s got a few giving chase.

Beaubier topped the HONOS Superbike timesheets with his 1:40.861, which puts him .448 of a second ahead of his teammate Jake Gagne and .994 of a second clear of Westby Racing’s Mathew Scholtz. The rest were close, but only to each other as those top three were the only ones within a second of the four-time and defending MotoAmerica Superbike Champion.

Scheibe Racing BMW’s Josh Herrin was putting in maximum effort with a few off-track excursions to end up fourth fastest, marginally ahead of One Cure/KWR Ducati’s Kyle Wyman and M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Bobby Fong and Toni Elias with .362 of a second separating fourth (Herrin) through seventh (Elias).

FLY Racing ADR Motorsports’ David Anthony, Celtic HSBK Racing’s Jake Lewis (in his first ride on the team’s Ducati Panigale V4 R) and Anthony’s teammate Bradley Ward rounded out the top 10.

Beaubier is the Superbike lap record holder at PittRace with his 1:39.472 set in Superpole last year.

M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Sean Dylan Kelly led Supersport Q1, just .191 of a second ahead of HONOS Kawasaki’s Richie Escalante, the winner of five of the first six races. Third place was a surprise with Northeast Cycle Outlet Racing’s Benjamin Smith third fastest in his home race.

Dominic Doyle rode the BARTCON Racing Kawasaki Ninja 400 to the fastest lap of the day in the Liqui Moly Junior Cup class, the South African besting series rival Rocco Landers by .606 of a second. Benjamin Gloddy ended day one in third.

The opening day of Stock 1000 action was led by Altus Motorsports’ Cameron Petersen by a whisker .072 of a second over Travis Wyman Racing’s Travis Wyman. Championship leader Corey Alexander was third fastest on the Ride HVMC Racing Kawasaki.

Rocco Landers led the Twins Cup Q1 session, which ended the opening day at PittRace. Landers was .860 of a second clear of points leader Kaleb De Keyrel and .913 ahead of Cooper McDonald.

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Superbike Results—Friday

1 Cameron Beaubier (Yam) 1:40.861
2 Jake Gagne (Yam) 1:41.309
3 Mathew Scholtz (Yam) 1:41.620
4 Josh Herrin (BMW) 1:42.004
5 Kyle Wyman (Duc) 1:42.145
6 Bobby Fong (Suz) 1:42.336
7 Toni Elias (Suzuki) 1:42.366
8 David Anthony (Suzuki) 1:43.538
9 Jake Lewis (Duc) 1:43.948
10 Bradley Ward (Kaw) 1:44.259

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Supersport Results—Friday

1 Sean Dylan Kelly (Suz) 1:44.436
2 Richie Escalante (Kaw) 1:44.627
3 Benjamin Smith (Yam) 1:45.571
4 Lucas Silva (Suz) 1:45.785
5 Brandon Paasch (Yam) 1:45.794

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Junior Cup Results—Friday

1 Dominic Doyle (Kaw) 1:55.002
2 Rocco Landers (Kaw) 1:55.608
3 Benjamin Gloddy (Kaw) 1:56.194
4 Samuel Lochoff (Kaw) 1:56.349
5 Gus Rodio (Kaw) 1:57.308

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Stock 1000 Results—Friday

1 Cameron Petersen (Suz) 1:43.824
2 Travis Wyman (BMW) 1:43.896
3 Corey Alexander (Kaw) 1:44.141
4 Stefano Mesa (Kaw) 1:44.740
5 Alex Dumas (Suz) 1:44.904

2020 Pittsburgh MotoAmerica Twins Cup Results—Friday

1 Rocco Landers (Suz) 1:50.149
2 Kaleb De Keyrel (Yam) 1:51.009
3 Cooper McDonald (Yam) 1:51.062
4 Hayden Schultz (Yam) 1:51.225
5 Toby Khamsouk (Suz) 1:51.288