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2010 AMA Pro Road Racing - Road America Photo Gallery

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

Huntley Nash engaged in a little post-victory burnout session at Road America...
Huntley Nash and Tomas Puerta at Round 5 of the 2010 AMA Pro Racing series.
Huntley Nash: “I’m so excited, I don’t know what to say, really. I’ve been wanting to win so badly and training really hard and now we’ve gotten our first win. My team has worked really hard and I want to thank them for giving me the bike to do it today."
After multiple restarts Danny Eslick and Jake Holden were able to pick up where they left off and duke it out for first at Road America.
Danny Eslick at the first round of the XR1200 series at Road America.
(Left to Right) Jake Holden, Danny Eslick and Eric Stump took the top-three spots at the first ever AMA Pro XR1200 Racing series.
Jake Holden (#3) and Danny Eslick (#9) had a tense battle at Road America with Eslick ultimately taking the win in the new XR1200 class.
Huntley Nash (#75) and Tomas Puerta (#12) rode an impressive race for their LTD Racing Team at Road America in Race 2.
Huntley Nash (#75) and Tomas Puerta (#12) in the lead of Elena Myers (#21) and James Rispoli (#17).
Eric Stum (#77), Kyle Wyman (#33) & Travis Wyman (#24) all took part in a battle for third at Road America.
The introduction of the XR1200 class at Road America was a major success.
(Left to Right) Tomas Puerta, J.D. Beach and James Rispoli took to the podium in the first Supersport race at Road America.
J.D. Beach celebrates his win in Wisconsin after Nash and Beaubier crash out on the final lap.
Huntley Nash (#75) and Cameron Beaubier (#16) at Road America in Race 1.
It was Nash (#75), Beaubier (#16) and Puerta (#12) headed into the final lap of Race 1 when the two frontrunners crashed.
(Left to Right) J.D. Beach, Huntley Nash and Tomas Puerta took the top-three spots in Sunday's race at Road America.
Josh Hayes(Center): "Man, that was a fun race. It was hard. I got out front and tried to put together some decent laps and kept seeing plus zero on the board. On Lap 4 I took a peak over my shoulder and I wasn't sure which of these guys it was, I just saw a Yoshimura bike."
Josh Hayes (#4) was able to make his final pass on Tommy Hayden (#22) stick by driving deep into a final corner and taking the edge by just .001 seconds across the finish line in Race 1.
Josh Hayes took his third win in Race 1 at Road America ahead of Tommy Hayden.
Hayden (#22) had the lead off the line ahead of Hayes (#4), but the number four bike was able to take over quickly by Lap 2.
Jake Zemke (#54), Ben Bostrom (#155) & Jake Holden (#3) in Race 1 at Road America.
After losing to Hayes (#4) by 0.001 seconds, Hayden (#22) was able to win the second race at Road America by passing him on the final lap.
Tommy Hayden celebreating his Race 2 victory against Hayes at Road America.
Despite losing to Hayden, Hayes showed good sportsmanship when he congratulated Hayden on his victory at Road America.
(Left to Right) Jake Zemke, Tommy Hayden and Josh Hayes filled the podium in Race 2 at Road America.
Tommy Hayden at Road America during Round 5 of the 2010 AMA Pro Racing series.
Josh Herrin was able to take an extremely hard-fought victory over Steve Rapp by a margin of just 0.008 seconds in Race 1 at Road America.
The Daytona SportBike podium on Saturday included (Left to Right) Steve Rapp, Josh Herrin and Martin Cardenas.
Martin Cardenes (#36) and Josh Herrin (#8) traded the lead nine times during the first few laps in Race 1 at Road America.
On the white flag lap in Race 1, Herrin challenged Rapp and made his pass stick for the final time as he led Rapp across the finish.
Josh Herrin (#8), Steve Rapp (#15) and Martin Cardenas (#36) in Race 1 at Road America.
Martin Cardenas (#36) won with a 0.276 second victory over Josh Herrin (#8) on his Team Graves Yamaha with an average speed of 102.8 MPH over the 13-lap race.
Martin Cardenas took his fifth AMA Pro Daytona SportBike win at Road America during Race 2.
(Left to Right) Steve Rapp, Martin Cardenas and Josh Herrin at Road America on the Race 2 podium.
Josh Herrin (#8) & Martin Cardenas (#36) were side by side headed into the last lap, but Herrin couldn't draft behind Cardenas and finished in a close second in Race 2.
Cory West (#57) & Tommy Aquino (#6) in Race 2 at Road America.
Danny Eslick took the victory in the first XR1200 race over Jake Holden by a narrow margin of just 0.055 seconds.