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2010 AMA Pro Road Racing - New Jersey Photo Gallery

See photos of the AMA Pro Road Racing action at New Jersey Motorsports Park in the 2010 AMA Pro Road Racing - New Jersey photo gallery.

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After Huntley Nash crashed out on Lap 10 James Rispoli led a strong race and took the checkers ahead of Tomas Puerta in Race 2.
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Joey Pascarella (#25) led a start to finish victory ahead of Huntley Nash in the first SuperSport contest at New Jersey.
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SuperSport Race 1 podium at New Jersey (from left to right): Huntley Nash, Joey Pascarella and Eric Stump.
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Joey Pascarella secured an excellent start from pole position in the first SuperSport contest at New Jersey.
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Huntley Nash (#75) made a pass for second ahead of Eric Stump in the final half of the Race 1.
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Tomas Puerta (#12) had the lead at the start of the SuperSport race but took second by just 0.071 seconds in Race 2 to James Rispoli (#17).
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After Huntley Nash crashed out on Lap 10 James Rispoli led a strong race and took the checkers ahead of Tomas Puerta.
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SuperSport Race 2 podium at New Jersey Motorsports Park (from left to right): Tomas Puerta, James Rispoli and Austin Dehaven.
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James Rispoli took his first win of the 2010 season at New Jersey Motorsports Park ahead of Tomas Puerta and Austin Dehaven.
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Martin Cardenas (#36) made a charge for the front in the final laps and took the victory ahead of Josh Herrin (#8) and Dane Westby (#2).
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M4 Monster Energy Suzuki's Martin Cardenas captured his seventh DSB victory of the 2010 season in Race 1 at New Jersey.
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Daytona SportBike Race 1 podium at New Jersey Motorsports Park (from left to right): Josh Herrin, Martin Cardenas and Dane Westby.
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Dane Westby (#2) rounded out the podium in third and was just 0.044 seconds behind Herrin in Race 1 at New Jersey.
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Daytona SportBike Race 2 Podium at New Jersey (from left to right): Josh Herrin, Danny Eslick and Martin Cardenas.
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Danny Eslick (#1) rode well under pressure in the second Daytona SportBike contest for the win ahead of Josh Herrin (#6).
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Danny Eslick took his third win of the season in Daytona SportBike at the New Jersey Motorsports Park.
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Josh Herrin (#6) had the lead heading into the final lap but was overtaken by Eslick. Herrin is currently second in the championship and trails Eslick by 11 points.
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Despite closing a large gap on the leader, Tommy Hayden (#22) took second in a shortened 21-lap contest.
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Tommy Hayden (#22) secured an excellent start from pole position, but his lead was quickly erased by Josh Hayes (#4) on the second lap.
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Yamaha's Josh Hayes took the win by 0.105 seconds ahead of Tommy Hayden in the first SuperBike race.
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Race 1 American SuperBike podium at New Jersey Motorsports Park (from left to right): Tommy Hayden, Josh Hayes and Ben Bostrom.
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Josh Hayes (#4) managed a great ride in the final laps at New Jersey and took the double victory over Tommy Hayden (#22).
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Josh Hayes was unbeeatable at New Jersey Motorsports park where he extended his lead over rival Tommy Hayden to 22 points.
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American SuperBike Race 2 podium at New Jersey Motorsports Park (from left to right): Tommy Hayden, Josh Hayes and John Hopkins.
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Jake Holden earned his first XR1200 race win at New Jersey Motorsports Park, crossing the finish line ahead of P.J. Jacobsen by more than 10 seconds.
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In Race 1 Austin Dehaven got off to a bad start, but the Yamaha rider managed a great charge through the field and finished fourth.
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After some major changes in suspension and gearing, Dehaven came back in the second race strong and made it on the podium in third.
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In the last four AMA race weekends Austin Dehaven has had two podiums and all top-five finishes save for one top-10.