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2010 AMA Pro Road Racing - Barber Photo Gallery
Huntely Nash (#75) managed to retake the lead on the final lap ahead of Yamaha's Joey Pascarella (#25).
See photos of the AMA Pro Road Racing action at Barber Motorsports Park in the 2010 AMA Pro Road Racing - Barber photo gallery.
Joey Pascarella (#25) rode a consistent race up front and took second in the first SuperSport contest after he couldn't make his pass on Nash stick.
Huntley Nash took the win in Race 1 at at Barber by 0.400 seconds ahead of Joey Pascarella.
SuperSport Race 1 podium at Barber Motorsports Park (from left to right): Tomas Puerta, Huntley Nash and Joey Pascarella.
J.D. Beach rebounded from his poor performance in Race 1 to win the second race ahead of Dehaven and Puerta.
Austin Dehaven managed the 2010 SuperSport crown despite never winning a race.
Despite never winning a race in the 2010 season, Austin Dehaven took the championship win during the winner take all SuperSport Shootout at Barber.
Under pressure from J.D. Beach (#73), Huntley Nash (#75) crashed out of the lead.
SuperSport Race 2 Podium at Barber (from left to right): Tomas Puerta, J.D. Beach and Austin Dehaven.
Martin Cardenas dominated the first DSB race after leading for its entirety.
Clinton Seller (#4) also put in a strong performance at Barber to secure a second-place finish behind Cardenas.
Each time Seller began closing the gap on Cardenas, the Colombian would respond by increasing his pace - making him impenetrable.
Josh Herrin finished third in Race 1 and more than two and a half seconds off the pace of Cardenas.
In addition to taking the 2010 Daytona SportBike Championship, Martin Cardenas also took the double victory at Barber Motorsports Park.
Daytona SportBike Race 2 podium at Barber Motorsports Park (from left to right): Dane Westby, Martin Cardenas and Danny Eslick.
Josh Herrin and Danny Eslick became caught in an incredibly tense and hostile battle during the restart.
With three laps remaining Herrin passed Eslick, and shortly afterward Eslick came back with an extremely aggressive - and maybe even illegal - pass on the inside that sent Herrin sliding into the wet grass.
Tommy Hayden clenched the win in Race 1 by only 0.52 seconds ahead of Josh Hayes.
Josh Hayes (#4) and Tommy Hayden (#22) led a close battle up front, with Hayden taking ultimate honors in Race 1.
Josh Hayes finished just 0.052 seconds behind Hayden, and missed out on his ninth win of the season.
American SuperBike Race 1 podium at Barber (from left to right): John Hopkins, Tommy Hayden and Josh Hayes.
Josh Hayes took seventh in the final race at Barber, but finished first in the '10 American SuperBike Championship.
You ride that giant spider Hayes!
Suzuki's Blake Young (#79) took the last win of the season ahead of John Hopkins (#21) and Larry Pegram (#72).
There was no shortage of enthusiasm over his victory when Josh Hayes rode the large spider scupture adorning the infield at Barber like a bucking bronco.
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