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AMA Pro New Jersey Friday Results 2013

Friday, September 13, 2013
AMA Pro Road Racing kicked-off its weekend at New Jersey Motorsports Park with practice and qualifying sessions in National Guard SuperBike, GoPro Daytona SportBike and Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport.



Monster Energy Graves Yamaha’s Josh Hayes earned SuperBike provisional pole ahead of his teammate, Josh Herrin, ending the day as the only rider to dip into the 1’20 range. Yoshimura Suzuki’s Martin Cardenas sits third on the provisional grid.

Hayes spent most of the qualifying session in the 1’22s, but on his 15th lap the Mississippi native recorded his best effort of the day. The defending SuperBike champion is looking to make up ground in the battle for this year’s title following a disappointing round at Miller Motorsports Park the last time out. Herrin currently leads the series and sits 16 points ahead of Hayes.

National Guard Jordan Suzuki’s Roger Hayden finished fourth-fastest followed by his teammate, Danny Eslick, in fifth. Team Hero’s Geoff May ended the day in sixth while KTM/HMC duo Chris Fillmore and Taylor Knapp took seventh and eighth, respectively.

AMA Pro SuperBike New Jersey Friday Results 2013:
1. Josh Hayes (Yamaha) 1’20.536
2. Josh Herrin (Yamaha) 1’21.192
3. Martin Cardenas (Suzuki) 1’21.463
4. Roger Hayden (Suzuki) 1’21.517
5. Danny Eslick (Suzuki) 1’21.778
6. Geoff May (EBR) 1’21.882
7. Chris Fillmore (KTM) 1’22.178
8. Taylor Knapp (KTM) 1’22.433
9. David Anthony (Suzuki) 1’22.584
10. Larry Pegram (Yamaha) 1’22.678

Daytona SportBike

Y.E.S. Graves Yamaha’s Cameron Beaubier was fastest in the Daytona SportBike qualifying session, outpacing his teammate, Garrett Gerloff, by just over half a second. Meen Motorsports’ Jake Lewis finished third-fastest.

Beaubier has started every race so far this season from pole position and is looking to grab his eight and ninth consecutive victories of the season. The Yamaha ace currently leads the series by 86 points over RoadRace Factory’s Jake Gagne and could seal this year’s title in New Jersey.

D&D Cycles’s Bobby Fong finished in fourth position followed by Gagne in fifth. National Guard’s James Rispoli posted the sixth-fastest time with Gagne’s teammate, JD Beach, trailing in seventh.

AMA Pro Daytona SportBike Friday Results 2013:
1. Cameron Beaubier (Yamaha) 1’22.087
2. Garrett Gerloff (Yamaha) 1’22.674
3. Jake Lewis (Yamaha) 1’23.365
4. Bobby Fong (Yamaha) 1’23.418
5. Jake Gagne (Yamaha) 1’23.486
6. James Rispoli (Suzuki) 1’23.902
7. JD Beach (Yamaha) 1’24.052
8. Joey Pascarella (Triumph) 1’24.275
9. Dane Westby (Honda) 1’24.399
10. Jason DiSalvo (Triumph) 1’24.473

Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport

National Guard’s Corey Alexander took the top spot in Motorcycle-Supertore.com SuperSport qualifying on Friday with a late session push ahead of second-fastest rider, Tomas Puerta of RoadRace Factory. Team 95’s Hayden Gillim earned third on the provisional grid.

Motosport.com’s Stefano Mesa finished fourth with Baby Appleseed’s Jeffrey Tigert following in fifth. Harv’s Harley-Davidson’s Travis Wyman took sixth followed by Mob Racing’s Alex Shaw in seventh.

Puerta has already earned the West division and overall SuperSport titles for 2013, but the top-spot remains up for grabs in the East division. Alexander currently leads the East by nine points over Gillim.

AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport Friday Results 2013:
1. Corey Alexander (Suzuki) 1’24.592
2. Tomas Puerta (Yamaha) 1’24.822
3. Hayden Gillim (Yamaha) 1’25.207
4. Stefano Mesa (Yamaha) 1’25.762
5. Jeffrey Tigert (Yamaha) 1’26.545
6. Travis Wyman (Suzuki) 1’26.547
7. Alex Shaw (Yamaha) 1’26.653
8. Nick McFadden (Suzuki) 1’27.037
9. Mark Miller Jr. (Yamaha) 1’27.040
10. Frank Babuska (Suzuki) 1’27.135

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Josh Hayes
Josh Hayes is a dedicated road racer who started in 1994 and won the AMA Superbike Championship in 2010. Read more about Hayes' racing career on the Josh Hayes bio page.
Blake Young
Riding since the age of four, Blake Young has become an important fixture in the AMA Pro Road Racing Series and is still searching for his first title after coming just shy in 2011.
Roger Hayden
Learn more about Roger Hayden on Motorcycle USA's Roger Hayden bio page for career highlights, pictures, and news.

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