May 29, 2001
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By David Swarts<BR><BR>4&6 Racing's Larry Denning took his second Formula One win of the season and beat Vesrah Suzuki's Mark Junge in Open Superstock during WERA National Challenge Series sprints at Talladega Gran Prix Raceway Sunday, May 27. Denning won both races with the same set of Pirelli DOT-labeled tires on his Yamaha YZF-R1.<BR><BR>Team Xtreme/Team Pennzoil's Chris "Opie" Caylor won the Dunlop-sponsored 600cc Superstock final by 10 seconds over Junge and Denning. Caylor came back out in the 750cc Superstock race, started from the back of the grid, broke the Talladega track record in an attempt to reach the leaders, but crashed unhurt one lap later. M&M Racing's Brian Stokes crossed the line first in the 750cc Superstock race, giving Michelin its first WERA National sprint win in a year.<BR><BR>Taking his second national win of the season, Jason Peters won the 125cc Grand Prix race. Vesrah's Glenn Szarek took the win in Heavyweight Twins.<BR><BR>