Here at the Indianapolis Brick Yard, there's a doubleheader for AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Harley-Davidson Series. It's the only double-header for the Vance & Hines XR1200 Series in 2012 and it's only the second year that the Harley-Davidson XR1200 bikes have been racing at Indianapolis, so it will be a real treat for motorcycle racing fans.
The 2012 Laguna Seca SuperBike race seemed to be won by Josh Hayes long before the checkered flag fell. On his Monster Energy/Graves/Yamaha, Hayes held the pole position, dominated throughout the race by leading every one of the 23 laps, and finished a full nine seconds ahead of second place.
Wearing long-sleeved shirts while riding over hot, greasy asphalt probably isn’t a dream that most of us have. However, plenty of bikers did just that on a near 100-degree day in Birmingham this past weekend.
Monster Energy Graves Yamaha’s Josh Hayes was absolutely untouchable this weekend at the AMA SuperBike Championship Road America in Wisconsin. Hayes picked up wins in both races without ever giving another rider a chance to catch up with.
Not even title contender Blake Young (Yoshimura Suzuki), who finished second in both races, could keep up with Hayes. Instead, Young had his hands full with rookie Josh Herrin (Monster Energy Graves Yamaha) who pressured him for second, but who had to settle with two third place finishes.
Martin Cardenas on the #36 Geico Suzuki GSXR 600 was able to continue his longest running win streak during the GoPro Daytona SportBike Race 2 at Road America this weekend.
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