MotoAmerica: Gagne Grabs Superbike Provisional Pole At Highway America (Up to date) – Roadracing World Journal

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Extra, from a press launch issued by MotoAmerica:

Gagne Snatches Provisional Pole For MotoAmerica Medallia Superbike
At Highway America

It’s An Motion-Packed Friday On Highway America’s “4 Miles Of Enjoyable”

 

Jake Gagne (1). Picture by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy MotoAmerica.

 

ELKHART LAKE, WI (June 3, 2022) – For a couple of minutes on Friday afternoon it seemed as if Cameron Petersen was going to earn a shock provisional pole place for this weekend’s two MotoAmerica Medallia Superbike races at Highway America. Seems, it was just for a couple of minutes as his teammate Jake Gagne burst his bubble and snatched the highest spot away on his remaining go-around.

Gagne lapped at 2:11.384 on a sunny however windy day in Elkhart Lake to steer Petersen by .349 of a second with the Yamaha duo placing somewhat worry in the remainder as they’ve a niche over the sector.

Westby Racing’s Mathew Scholtz was third quickest – 1.2 seconds behind Gagne and virtually a second behind Petersen.

Tytlers Cycle Racing’s PJ Jacobsen ended up fourth together with his 2:13.4789, set previous to crashing out of the session. He was only a tick quicker than Highway America first-timer Danilo Petrucci, the Italian ending up with a finest of two:13.514 and struggling together with his health in addition to a brand new monitor to study.

Jacobsen’s teammate Hector Barbera was sixth quickest, some .6 of a second away from Disrupt Racing’s Hayden Gillim. Tytlers Cycle/RideHVMC Racing’s Corey Alexander, Imaginative and prescient Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Richie Escalante and Aftercare Hayes Scheibe Racing’s Ashton Yates rounded out the highest 10 on opening day.

 

Josh Herrin (2). Photo by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy MotoAmerica.
Josh Herrin (2). Picture by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy MotoAmerica.

Supersport – Herrin Will get it Began

Warhorse HSBK Racing Ducati NYC’s Josh Herrin led Friday’s Q1 session within the Supersport class, the Ducati Panigale V2 rider lapping at 2:19.805 – the one rider to drop into the two:19s. That put him .726 of a second quicker than Imaginative and prescient Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Tyler Scott with Mesa37 Racing’s Stefano Mesa finishing the provisional entrance row. Mesa ended the day 1.2 seconds off Herrin’s finest on the four-mile circuit.

 

Corey Alexander (23). Photo by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy MotoAmerica.
Corey Alexander (23). Picture by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy MotoAmerica.

Yuasa Inventory 1000 – Alexander Bounces Again

Two quick weeks in the past, Corey Alexander was scratched from the 2 Yuasa Inventory 1000 races at VIRginia Worldwide Raceway after struggling a concussion in his crash on Saturday morning. At this time, Alexander confirmed he hasn’t misplaced any of his swagger as he earned provisional pole place for Saturday’s lone Yuasa Inventory 1000 race.

Disrupt Racing’s Hayden Gillim ended the session second with Alexander’s teammate Travis Wyman finishing the provisional entrance row.

Alexander’s finest was a 2:14.632, .868 of a second faster than Gilim’s finest. It was additionally a brand new lap document for the category.

Twins Cup – Nonetheless Barry

Twins Cup Championship chief Jody Barry confirmed that he could win a fourth race in a row, at the very least primarily based on his efficiency on Friday afternoon at Highway America.

Barry and his Veloce Racing Aprilia RS 660 lapped at 2:26.829, a brand new lap document and .633 of a second quicker than his teammate and defending class champion Kaleb De Keyrel. Rodio Racing/Warhorse HSBK Racing’s Anthony Mazziotto ended the day third quickest. The primary non-Aprilia on Friday was the BARTCON Racing Yamaha YZF-R7 ridden to the fifth-fastest lap by Dominic Doyle.

SportbikeTrackGear.com Junior Cup – Dreher Guidelines

Dangerous Boys Racing’s Avery Dreher led the best way in SportbikeTrackGear.com Junior Cup Q1 on Friday together with his finest lap of two:41.320. That was .951 of a second quicker than the subsequent quickest lap set by SportbikeTrackGear.com’s Joe LiMandri Jr. on his SportbikeTrackGear.com Kawasaki Ninja 400. Alpha Omega’s Cody Wyman ended the day third quickest.

 

Travis Wyman (10). Photo by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy MotoAmerica.
Travis Wyman (10). Picture by Brian J. Nelson, courtesy MotoAmerica.

Mission King Of The Baggers – It’s A Wyman, Travis Wyman

H-D Screamin’ Eagle’s Travis Wyman was quickest on the primary day of qualifying for the Mission King Of The Baggers as he led a Harley-Davidson one-two and a one-two for the Wyman clan with brother Kyle ending up second.

Travis Wyman lapped at a finest of two:23.631 to steer Kyle Wyman by .292 of a second with each riders doing their quickest lap on their remaining lap. Mission Meals/S&S Cycle/Indian Challenger Group’s Jeremy McWilliams ended up third, .671 of a second behind and only a tenth of a second forward of his teammate Tyler O’Hara. Vance & Hines Racing’s James Rispoli rounded out the highest 5 on Friday.

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