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2010 AMA Pro Road Racing - Mid-Ohio Photo Gallery
Danny Eslick (#9) leading Shawn Higbee (#72) and Jake Holden (#3) at the Mid-Ohio Sprts Car Course.
See photos of Round 6 of the 2010 AMA Pro Racing series at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
Danny Eslick took his second consecutive victory in the XR1200 series at Mid-Ohio.
Eric Stump (#77) took fifth at Mid-Ohio while Travis Wyman (#24) earned eighth.
Round 2 of the Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 series at Mid-Ohio.
The XR1200 Podium (from left to right): Shawn Higbee, Danny Eslick and Jake Holden.
J.D. Beach was able to convert his pole position into a win on Saturday in Race 1 at Mid-Ohio.
Cameron Beaubier (#16) took second-place in Race 1 a full 20.126 seconds behind Beach.
Rockwall Yamaha's J.D. Beach scored his fourth win in the last five races during Race 1 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.
Cameron Beaubier (#16) had to fight his way up to second-place in the early half of Race 1.
SuperSport Race 1 Podium (from left to right): Dustin Dominguez, J.D. Beach and Cameron Beaubier.
After nearly jumping the gun at the start of Race 2, J.D. Beach (#73) had to climb his way up to first and fend off Cameron Beaubier (#16) near the end of the event.
J.D. Beach scored the double victory at Mid-Ohio after taking another win in Race 2 ahead of Cameron Beuabier.
Huntley Nash took third-place in Race 2 behind J.D. Beach and and Cameron Beaubier.
SuperSport Race 2 Podium (from left to right): Huntley Nash, J.D. Beach and Cameron Beaubier.
Daytona Sportbike Race 1 Podium (from left to right): Martin Cardenas, Josh Herrin and Bobby Fong
Danny Eslick (#1) had the lead in Race 1 up until Lap 5 when both Martin Cardenas and Josh Herrin overtook him.
Yamaha’s Josh Herrin made an inside pass on Martin Cardenas during Lap 21 to secure the victory in Race 1 at Mid-Ohio.
Josh Herrin took his fourth Sportbike win of the season in Race 1 at Mid-Ohio and is currently leading the series by 31 points.
Josh Herrin celebrating his victory over Martin Cardenas during Round 6 of the AMA Pro Racing series at Mid Ohio.
Daytona Sportbike Race 2 Podium (from left to right): Steve Rapp, Danny Eslick and Bobby Fong.
Danny Eslick (#1) took the lead from Josh Herrin (#8) about mid-way through the race, eventually taking the victory in Race 2 by 4.481 seconds.
After winning Race 2 at Mid-Ohio Danny Eslick remains just two points behind Josh Herrin in the championship.
With less than a second separating Cardenas (#36) from Eslick (#1), the Columbian charged ahead to secure the lead temporarily in the early part of Race 2.
At the end of the contest Eslick (#1) managed to pass Herrin (#8) for the lead while Steve Rapp (#15) and Bobby Fong (#30) surges ahead to take second and thrid respectively.
Josh Hayes (#4) had a quick start and powered ahead of Suzuki's Tommy Hayden (#22) as did Yamaha’s Ben Bostrom (#155) and Ducati's Larry Pegram (#72).
Brett McCormick (#23) tied his best results of the American SuperBike season with a seventh-place finish in Race 1.
Canadian Superbike champion Jordan Szoke made an appearance in American Superbike racing, taking 10th-place in Race 1.
Josh Hayes took his fourth victory of the season at Mid-Ohio with just 0.219 seconds to spare.
American Superbike Race 1 Podium (from left to right): Ben Bostrom, Josh Hayes and Tommy Hayden.
Brett McCormick took fifth-place in Race 2 at Mid-Ohio, improving upon his seventh-place result in Race 1.
Tommy Hayden (#22) was chased by Josh Hayes (#4) for the majority of the contest, with Hayden successfully fending off the Yamaha rider to take the win in Race 2.
Tommy Hayden put in a strong performance in Race 2 to secure the victory over Josh Hayes, earning a 3-1 overall result for the weekend.
Josh Hayes (#4) made it past Tommy Hayden (#22) on Lap 10, but it was short-lived as Hayden quickly regained his lead.
Less than one second separated the top-four riders as they fought each other for position halfway into the competition.
Larry Pegram (#72) led during the opening lap but was quickly pushed out of the front by Tommy Hayden (#22) and Josh Hayes (#4).
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