After missing last year’s Springfield TT due to an injury, Henry Wiles (Don’s Kawasaki) returned to the Illinois State Fairgrounds to resume his winning streak on the track.
Wiles picked up his fourth win at Springfield Saturday, as well as his 21st Grand National Championship victory. In the Pro Singles class, Gerit Callies led every lap on the way to his second win of the season.
Cameron Beaubier who finished 3rd in race 1 didn't start next to Jason DiSalvo on the Latus Racing, Triumph Daytona 675R Castrol machine, his knee injury kept him absent, allowing DiSalvo to take the hole-shot and lead straight at the front up the hill.
Josh Hayes on his Monster Energy Graves Yamaha R1 takes the lead from the very beginning. Roger Lee Hayden on the National Guard Jordan Suzuki GSX-R1000 second and Danny Eslick Team Hero EBR 1190RS third from the line, with the motorcycle train running up the hill and no issues unlike the other races today.
James Rispoli on the #1 Celtic Racing, Orient Express Racing, Suzuki GSX-R600 finds himself in second position off the line going up the hill. By the time they come back around to the start finish line finishing the first lap Rispoli is first, Dustin Dominguez # 68 on his Castrol Triumph Daytona 675R second and Jake Lewis # 85, Riders Discount Vesrah Suzuki GSX-R600 third.
On the next lap Rispoli is visibility pulling away but makes a mistake going into turn 9 and goes straight through across the grass, allowing Lewis to come through to the lead.
Kyle Wyman on his Harley-Davidson XR1200 on pole drives off the line with his front wheel in the air as he dropped the clutch to start the Vance & Hines XR1200 race at Infineon Raceway CA. By the time the bikes came over the hill in turn three Mike Barnes had got in front of Wyman and Tyler OHara was in the lead. Into the Carousel it is OHara # 29, Barnes # 34 and Kyle Wyman # 33 at the front of the pack.
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