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2010 AMA Pro Road Racing - Daytona Photo Gallery
Jake Zemke will pilot the MJM machine in the 2010 season.
See photos of the opening Daytona round of the 2010 AMA Pro Racing series.
Aaron Yates couldn't turn his pole position into a win at the first SuperBike race of the season. Yates was in in the lead group of five riders that battled it out for all 15 laps.
Tommy Hayden leads the lead group during SuperBike Race 1 at Daytona International Speedway. The five riders swapped positions every lap.
Blake Young lead the early laps of SuperBike Race 1 but fell to fifth place when the checkers were waved.
Jake Zemke was able to pull away on the final banked section of Daytona to win the first SuperBike race of the year.
Tommy Hayden finished second in SuperBike Race 1. The Suzuki rider's battle with Larry Pegram cost him the draft behind Zemke on the last lap.
Josh Hayes ran off the track on the first lap of SuperBike Race 1, throwing away any chance to battle in the front pack.
Larry Pegram was fast in practice and qualifying. The Ducati rider ran up in the front pack during SuperBike Race 1. He finished in third place.
J.D. Beach rode a hard fought SuperSport Race 1 to finish in forth place.
Joey Pascarella leads the pack on the first lap of Daytona's SuperSport Race 1. The LTD racer missed first place by one thousandth of a second.
During SuperSport Race 1 at Daytona International Speedway you could have thrown a blanket over the lead group of racers.
Tomas Puerta filled out the top five in SuperSport Race 1 at Daytona.
Cameron Beaubier scored a win in his first start in the SuperSport class. The rookie used the draft to repass Joey Pascarella at the finish line to win by one thousandth of a second.
Jake Gagne finished third at Daytona's SuperSport Race 1 just behing his fellow LTD rider Joey Pascarella.
Elena Myers finished seventh in her professional debut.
Tommy Aquino put his Team Graves Yamaha in the third qualifying spot for the 2010 Daytona 200.
Danny Eslick is defending his title on the GEICO Powersports Suzuki for 2010.
Martin Cardenas is back for his second season on the M4 Team.
Goeff May is funding his own pursuit of the title for 2010 on the GMR Racing machine.
Tommy Hayden returns for his fourth season with the Rockstar Makita Yoshimura Team.
Back for 2010 for the MJM Team, Aaron Yates finished fourth in the first AMA American Superbike race in Daytona.
Josh Herrin posted the fourth-fastest qualifying time on his No. 8 Yamaha Graves R6.
Melissa Paris - Daytona
Joey Pascarella held onto second in Race 1, finishing .001 seconds behind Cameron Beaubier and .064 seconds ahead of Jake Gagne in third.
Jake Zemke in the lead during Race 1 at Daytona.
Ben Bostrom is riding for the Pat Clark Motorsports Team for the 2010 AMA Pro American Superbike Series.
Jake Zemke and company round the corner at Daytona International Speedway.
Taylor Knapp placed seventh in the first American Superbike race of the season.
15 year-old Elena Myers beat out 12 other AMA SuperSport racers to take 7th in both Daytona races.
Santiago Villa is back in 2010 as part of the Roadracingworld.com Team.
Joey Pascarella leads the pack of SuperSport machines into the first corner.
Elena Myers had the same result as SuperSport Race 1, finishing seventh.
J.D. Beach had to pull into the pits with bike troubles on lap seven. He is credited with seventeenth place.
Tomas Puerta improved his results in SuperSport Race 2, finishing third. LTD Yamaha swept the podium.
Jake Gagne eventually finished in front of Tomas Puetra in second place on day two of SuperSport racing in Daytona.
Daytona SuperSport Race 1 winner Cameron Beaubier finished fourth in Race 2.
Tommy Hayden lead the field into the first turn on the start of SuperBike Race 2. The Suzuki rider pulled out a slight gap for a few laps, but was reeled in by the front pack.
Jake Zemke put the hurt on his rear tire to catch up with Tommy Hayden in SuperBike Race 2. Somehow, he had enough tire left to pass Hayden on the banking of Daytona International Speedway.
Ben Bostrom had a much better result in SuperBike Race 2. The Yamaha racer scored third place.
Josh Hayes finished in sixth place in SuperBike Race 2. Hayes ran in the lead group all 15 laps.
Can you find six racers in this photo? This is how close the racing was in SuperBike Race 2.
Larry Pegram finished off the podium in SuperBike Race 2 in fifth place.
Josh Herrin and Dane Westby duke it out for the lead of the Daytona 200.
Tommy Aquino lead the field into the first turn in the Daytona 200.
Danny Eslick running near the front during the Daytona 200.
Steve Rapp chasing Danny Eslick in the Daytona 200
Melissa Paris had a good ride at the Daytona 200.
Josh Herrin in the lead at the Daytona 200.
Danny Eslick stalks Tommy Aquino just after the start of the Daytona 200.
Dane Westby leading the Daytona 200.
Kev Coghlan on the Aussie Dave Racing Yamaha.
Josh Herrin chases Danny Eslick during the 69th running of the Daytona 200.
Josh Herrin in the Daytona 200 runs up front.
Josh Herrin won the 69th running of the Daytona 200. Herrin crossed the finish line 7.964 seconds ahead of second place Dane Westby.
Danny Eslick's second pitstop allowed Steve Rapp get away in third place.
The pack heads into Daytona's famed horseshoe turn. A split second later two crashes brought out the red flag.
Two riders went down in the middle of the pack during second start of the Daytona 200. This time there was no red flag.
Danny Eslick finished forth on his GEICO Powersports Suzuki. Eslick battled with Steve Rapp until the second pitstop of the race.
Josh Herrin credits Team Graves Yamaha's extensive pitstop training as a major factor in his winning the 69th Daytona 200.
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