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2010 AMA Pro Road Racing - Infineon Raceway Photo Gallery

See photos of Round 4 of the 2010 AMA Pro Racing series in Sonoma California.

The Superbike podium for Race 1 at Infineon included Ben Bostrom and Larry Pegram taking second and third respectively.
Cameron Beaubier (16) was defeated in Race 1 by Elena Myers, who became the first woman to win an AMA Pro Road racing event.
Josh Hayes came across the finish line a full three and a half seconds ahead of Ben Bostrom during Race 2 at Infineon.
Blake Young took a fifth-place finish During Race 1 at Infineon Raceway
Larry Pegram took the last position on the podium for Race 1 at Infineon, earning a third-place finish behind Ben Bostrom.
Jake Zemke still leads in points after Race 1 at Infineon where he came in fourth.
Danny Eslick won his first Daytone Sportbike victory of the 2010 season during Race 2 at Infineon.
Josh Herrin was quickly able to move into second-place during Race 2 and stay there despite the chaos around him.
Yamaha's Dane Westby was able to finish third on Sunday when Steve Rapp's crash bumped him into the final podium spot.
Josh Hayes took the victory again on Sunday at Infineon followed by Ben Bostrom and Larry Pegram
Cameron Beaubier was able to come back and defeat Elena Myers on Sunday, taking a 2-1 score for Round 4 of the 2010 AMA Pro Racing Series.
Although Race 2 was red flagged again, Cameron Beaubier showed dominating speed by winning a full five seconds ahead of Huntley Nash.
Cameron Beaubier takes a victory wave after a successful race in Sonoma, California.
Danny Eslick (1) led Josh Herrin and Steve Rapp in a nose-to-tail string for a couple laps before Rapp crashed out.
Danny Eslick took his first Daytona SportBike win of the 2010 season at Infineon Raceway.
Huntley Nash briefly led the field on Sunday's race before Myers and eventually Beaubier passed him.
Jake Gagne had a tough weekend at Infineon where he bumped another rider during Race 2 and crashed, losing any chances of making it to the podium.
Jake Zemke took a sixth on Sunday and still leads in the Championship by 4 points over Tommy Hayden.
Josh Hayes clearly dominated Round 4 at Infineon Raceway where he took the double win and significantly advaned his points in the Championship Series.
Huntley Nash rode a very aggressive race on Sunday where red flags allowed him to regroup and advance for a second-place finish.
Tyler Ohara took the holeshot in Race 2 and eventually finished third at Infineon.
Elena Myers wins at Infineon during Round 4 of the 2010 AMA Pro Racing series.
Blake Young (79) led Ben Bostrom (155) early during Race 2. However, both would eventually be overcome by Yamaha's Josh Hayes (4).
Elena Myers took the win in Race 1 at Infineon Raceway, becoming the first female to win an AMA Supersport race.
Dane Westby (2) took the final podium spot in Race 2, leading Tommy Aquino (6) by a little over a tenth of a second.