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Mar 26, 2014

​P1 Racing KTM Wins USNE/CMRA/WERA "8 Hours Of Texas" At Texas World Speedway (Updated)

Ty Howard (35) on the P1 Racing KTM at Texas World Speedway. Photo by Blair Hartsfield/Hart Photography, courtesy of Shandra Crawford/USNE.

Ty Howard, final rider for the P1 Racing KTM team, rode their Pirelli-shod P1 Racing KTM RC8 to victory at the U.S. National Endurance (USNE) presented by Lucas Oil and WERA National Endurance 8 Hours of Texas Endurance race this past Saturday, March 22. The combined opening round for both events brought the racing action to the Texas World Speedway, in College Station, Texas. The weather started cloudy and cool, turning sunny and warm with a stiff wind, and the track conditions were good, making for fast lap times on the 2.9 mile full course. 


The 8 Hours of Texas Endurance race had a combined grid of 40 teams, with classes including Heavyweight, Middleweight, and Lightweight Endurance. When the lights went out at 10:45 am on the two-wave start, the racing was immediately exciting and competitive. The Suzuki GSX-R1000-mounted BEI/Dunlop Development team of Dustin Dominguez, Sean Dwyer, Billy Ethridge, and Tim Bemisderfer shot ahead of both the I Like Big Gas Team of Scott Buckley, Dewayne Davis, Craig Montgomery, and Brandon Young and the Yamaha YZF-R6-mounted Village Idiots team of Brandon Cleland, Chris Headley, John Orchard, and Garet Tomlinson for the early lead. Team LocoMotion aboard a Yamaha YZF-R6 went at it with the Kawasaki ZX636-mounted Excel EMR team, and managed to stay ahead of P1 Racing KTM and Army of Darkness.

The racing was intense, with these four teams holding on to the top four spots for only the first hour. The P1 Racing KTM team of Ryan Andrews, Ty Howard, Eddie Thornton, and Derek Wagnon overcame some difficulties early on with their KTM RC8 to slide past I Like Big Gas, the Village Idiots, and overtake BEI/Dunlop Development for the lead in hour two. The BMW S1000RR-mounted Army of Darkness team of Sam Fleming,Taylor Knapp, Chris Peris, and Ben Walters dispatched both Locomotion and Excel EMR, pulling up to fifth.

In spite of intense competition, these teams held off all comers and gripped the top spots for the next five hours. P1 Racing KTM held off the Village Idiots and BEI/Dunlop Development, while Army of Darkness pulled into fourth and applied pressure on BEI/Dunlop Development from the rear. As the afternoon wore on and the wind picked up, the top teams were still running sub 1:50 laps, and as the clock wound down into the final hour, it would come down to a difference of pit stops. P1 Racing KTM had gotten a lap up on the other top teams, but they were still charging hard. Coming into the last hour, it was going to come down to pit stops. BEI/Dunlop Development had to pit in, and Army of Darkness overtook them for third overall.

Suddenly with 27 minutes left in the race, a red flag came out and all the teams came in and put tire warmers anticipating a restart. The incident caused a stoppage of the race, and the race was called with the last full lap before the red flag’s running order. Army of Darkness had passed into third right before the flag occurred, and didn't a full lap in that position, so BEI/Dunlop Development was saved by the bell. The race was stopped due to the 30 minutes to continue rule, which is if the "5" board cannot be put up with at least 30 minutes left in the race, the race is called.

P1 Racing KTM took the overall win and the win in Heavyweight with 241 laps, the Village Idiots finished second overall and first in Middleweight with 239 laps, while BEI/Dunlop Development took second in Heavyweight and third overall with 236 laps. Rounding out the top six overall finishers were Army of Darkness, Excel EMR, and Hold Fast.

P1 Racing KTM’s final rider Ty Howard said, “Overall the race was really good. The Pirelli SC2 tires held up great, we did a rear tire change every stop just to be sure, and we used a total of three fronts and seven rears. We had a few issues, but they were quick fixes. We also had a sick rider, but he was able to complete his leg, so we were able to do five stints total. The competition was fierce, and that kept us on our toes the whole race, and I want congratulate the other teams for such a great race. We are looking forward to racing at NOLA.”

Other Lucas Oil winners from Saturday were: BEI/Dunlop Development and Army of Darkness both won $250 in travel money for coming the farthest to get to the event. Army of Darkness went 1450 miles, and BEI traveled 874 miles. Dark Horse Racing won the ION camera for this round as well. In addition to Lucas Oil, the USNE would like to thanks its other sponsors: M4 Exhaust Systems, Driven Racing, and Saddlemen.


For a complete list of the weekend results and standings, please visit the website: www.CMRAracing.com , www.WERA.com, www.facebook.com/usnationalendurance. The next round in the USNE/WERA season will be on April 5-6, 2014, at NOLA Motorsports Park, New Orleans, LA. Saturday will be the 6 hour National Endurance race. Details for the weekend will be announced when finalized. Come out and see some great endurance racing action!

U.S. NATIONAL SERIES Presented by LUCAS OIL/WERA NATIONAL ENDURANCE SERIES

8 HOURS OF TEXAS ENDURANCE RACE

OVERALL

1. P1 Racing KTM (Ryan Andrews/Ty Howard/Eddie Thornton/Derek Wagnon) KTM RC8, Heavyweight, 241 laps

2. Village Idiots (Brandon Cleland/ Chris Headley/John Orchard/Garet Tomlinson) Yam YZF-R6, Middleweight, 239 laps

3. BEI/Dunlop Development (Dustin Dominguez/Sean Dwyer/Billy Ethridge/Tim Bemisderfer) Suz GSX-R1000, Heavyweight, 236 laps

4. Army of Darknes (Sam Fleming/Taylor Knapp/Chris Peris/Ben Walters) BMW S1000RR, Heavyweight, 236 laps

5. Excel EMR (Shannon Ball/Conner Blevins/Dustin Meador) Kaw ZX636, 235 laps

6. Hold Fast (Dirk Anderson/Ulug Bayramoglu/Chris Hamlett/Michael Humphries/Alan Phillips) Yam YZF-R6, Middleweight, 230 laps

HEAVYWEIGHT ENDURANCE

1. P1 Racing KTM (Ryan Andrews/Ty Howard/Eddie Thornton/Derek Wagnon) KTM RC8, 241 laps

2.BEI/Dunlop Development (Dustin Dominguez/Sean Dwyer/Billy Ethridge/Tim Bemisderfer) Suz GSX-R1000, 236 laps

3. Army of Darknes (Sam Fleming/Taylor Knapp/Chris Peris/ Taylor/Ben Walters) BMW S1000RR, 236 laps

4. I Like Big Gas!! (Scott Buckley/Dewayne Davis /Craig Montgomery/Brandon Young) Suz GSX-R1000, 227 laps

5. Broke Backmarkers (Jim Dugger/Carl Price/Mark Sneed/Jim Webster) Suz GSX-R600, 215 laps

6. Team Penetration (Enoc Garza/Nathaniel Orona/Will Zamora) Yam YZF-R6, 214 laps


MIDDLEWEIGHT ENDURANCE

1. Village Idiots (Brandon Cleland/ Chris Headley/John Orchard/Garet Tomlinson) Yam YZF-R6, 239 laps

2. Excel EMR (Shannon Ball/Conner Blevins/Dustin Meador) Kaw ZX636, 235 laps

3. Hold Fast (Dirk Anderson/Ulug Bayramoglu/Chris Hamlett/Michael Humphries/Alan Phillips) Yam YZF-R6, 230 laps

4. LSTD II (Jesse Davis/Nick Doolan/Will Gruy/Wyatt Sperry/David Tiede) Kaw ZX-6R, 221 laps

5. LocoMotion (Alonzo Contreras/Ryan Max Johnson/Matt Vastine/Mark Windham) Yam YZF-R6, 220 laps

6. Big Boy Racing (Robert Garza/Roger Hill/Dolph McVicker) Kaw ZX-6R, 217 laps

LIGHTWEIGHT ENDURANCE

1. Team EDS (David Branyon /Scott Eichhorn/Darrell Ricks/Mike Sweeney/Shane Zelm) Suz SV650, 214 laps

2. Navy Seabee Team (Blake Jones/Ben Kirby/Randy Woodward) Suz SV650 206 laps

3. Oak Hill Junkies (Seth Cooke/Shea Edwards/Noah Reese/Chris Vinson), Hon CBR600F2, 202 laps

4. Slick Willy (William Coats/Josh Henke/Chris Woolsey/Rich Wu) Suz SV650, 201 laps

5. G-Baby Racing (Nicole Ayers/Daisy DeSimone/Lindsey Redfern/Theressa Riggs/Anita Thomas) Suz SV650, 199 laps

6. The Bike Doctors #2 (Sean Brown/John Byus/Karl Hansen/David Wilson) Hon CBR600F3, 147 laps



More, from a press release issued by BEi Racing/Dunlop Development Team:

BEi RACING / DUNLOP DEVELOPMENT SCORES A PODIUM FINISH IN THE 8 HOURS OF TEXAS.

BEi Racing / Dunlop Development was able to finish in 3rd place at the first round of the new U.S. National Endurance Series presented by Lucas Oil during the “8 hours of Texas Endurance Race” hosted by CMRA at Texas World Speedway in College Station, TX on March 22nd. The team faced many issues right off the bat with all the riders but Dustin Dominguez needing some time to relearn and adapt to the bumpy Texas World Speedway layout. The rough surface caused issues with the team’s machinery with parts known to have been tightened coming loose and necessitating a switch to the “B” bike for the start of the race due to the fork seals leaking on the “A” bike.

Rules differences concerning pit stops slowed the team slightly and didn’t mesh with the team’s strategy of always having a fresh U.S. made Dunlop slick on the rear of the Suzuki GSX-R 1000. Later an issue with a failing fuel pump had the team swapping tanks during a stop. Despite all of this Sean Dwyer in his first race with the team, Tim Bemisderfer and Dustin Dominguez, also in his first ride with BEi, were able to celebrate on the podium with a 3rd place overall and 2nd in the Heavyweight class.

Billy Ethridge – BEi Racing / Dunlop Development team owner:

“I’m glad we were able to finish on the podium against the stiff competition at the first round of this new series. The CMRA put on a great show – I have to thank Dustin for riding the majority of the stints for the team. Sean is proving to be a good endurance rider and I can always count on Tim. I also have to thank my volunteer crew as well as Dunlop for all of their support.”

Tim Bemisderfer – BEi Racing / Dunlop Development rider:

“It was great to be able to race in Texas again with the CMRA – an organization that my wife Aimee and her family have had a long and rich history with. I’m looking forward to the next round at NOLA where there is not as much local track knowledge.”

BEi Racing / Dunlop Development would like to thank their sponsors for the 2014 season: Dunlop Tires, Suzuki, Vesrah Brakes, MCJ Motorsports, Thermosman Suspension, Spiegler Brake lines, Arai Helmets, Vanson Leathers, Sidi Boots, Yoshimura, JRi Shocks, Motonation, Pit Bull, RK Racing Chain, Super Signs, American Supercamp, DYNOJET, Dion Device and Chicken Hawk Racing.



More, from a press release issued by Village Idiots:

Village Idiots finish 1st in Middleweight WERA US National Endurance & CMRA Endurance Series

The Dunlop/Raceworx/RES backed Village Idiots (Brandon Cleland, Chris Headley, John Orchard, Garet Tomlinson) powered their Yamaha R6 to win Middleweight Superbike at the combined WERA US National Endurance & CMRA Endurance Series at Texas World Speedway on March 22, 2014.

In addition to the Middleweight class victory, the CMRA #1 plate holder, Village Idiots, showed their endurance skills as the 600cc team raced to a 2nd overall against the competing 1000cc teams. “The 1000cc machines have such a strong advantage at Texas World because of the long front straight,” said Brandon Cleland. “We rode the wheels off our 600cc and very pleased to be standing on the 2nd step of the podium against these National teams.”

Chris Headley started the race for the Village Idiots and rode a flawless stint. When the green flag wave Headley crossed the finish in 5th place. As Headley’s stint progressed, the veteran rider continued to put down consistently fast times turning a personal best of 1:47.985 on lap 27 of his 39 lap stint. When Headley pulled into the pits, the Village Idiots were in 1st place.

After the first pit stop, Garet Tomlinson took to the saddle next in 2nd place. Tomlinson may be the youngest of the Village Idiots, 21, but is no rookie to endurance racing. Tomlinson showed his skills by laying down 43 impressive laps to keep the Village Idiots in the 2nd overall position.

The next pit stop saw a fresh rear American Dunlop and Brandon Cleland take command of the Dunlop/Raceworx/RES R6. Cleland was able to find his grove and steadily make up ground on the 1st place position. Cleland was on a tear as he set his fastest lap of the stint with a 1:47.530 on lap 18 of 40. Cleland was able to make the pass for the lead three hours into the race and would pull into pit in the #1 position.

Multi CMRA Formula 40 Champion, John Orchard, took the reins to start the fourth stint for the Village Idiots. Orchard was extremely consistent during his stint and never saw a bad lap time. Orchard put down 41 of the Village Idiots laps and pulled into the pits in the #1 position. The Idiots would mount a new American front and rear Dunlop tire that would last them to the checkered flag. During the change, the #1 spot was taken over and the Village Idiots would carry on in 2nd overall.

Tomlinson would mount up next, taking control of the Dunlop/Raceworx/RES R6 for the second time during the eight hour race and put in an even more impressive ride than his first. “My second stint felt great. The fresh Dunlop tires made the difference in my performance,” Tomlinson added. Tomlinson would lay down his fastest lap of the race with a 1:47.610 during 42 lap stint.

Cleland would ride his second stint of the race keeping the Village Idiots in 2nd overall and 1st in class. With 50 minutes to go, Cleland would pit and hand the motorcycle over to Headley to finish out the race. Headley raced on for 10 laps before the red flag waved. With less than 30 minutes to of racing to go, the red flag would ultimately serve as the checkered flag and the eight hours of Texas was deemed a complete race.

With the Village Idiots 2nd overall, they now take control of the CMRA Overall points lead and continue to put distance on the competition with their second class victory of the season. The Village Idiots will travel to NOLA on April 5, 2014 to compete at round two of the WERA US National Endurance event.

The Village Idiots would like to thank their sponsors: Raceworx, Dunlop Tires, Racing Engine Service, Scorpion Helmets, M4 Exhaust, Woodcraft, Lone Star Track Days, Vesrah, Yamaha, Silkolene, Supersprox, GMan, Moto Liberty, Shogun & Class Sponsors: HighPerformanceCrew, South Central Race Center.

Results:

Class

http://maps.wera.com/points/endurance/?x=1098&rg=71390315834

Overall

http://maps.wera.com/points/endurance/?x=1098&rg=71390315834&c=oa



More, from a press release issued by CMRA:

P1 Racing KTM Wins CMRA 8 Hours of Texas Championship Endurance At Texas World Speedway

Ty Howard, final rider for the P1 Racing KTM team, rode their Pirelli-shod P1 Racing KTM RC8 to victory at the Central Motorcycle Roadracing Association's (CMRA) 8 Hours of Texas Endurance race this past Saturday, March 22. CMRA held its second round of Big Bike Endurance and Mini Sprint grids, bringing over 10 hours of racing action to the Texas World Speedway course in College Station, Texas. The weather started cloudy and cool, turning sunny and warm with a stiff wind, and the track conditions were good, making for fast lap times on the 2.9 mile full course.

The Mini Sprint grids ran the 1.8 mile short course and were an exciting warm up for the 8 hour endurance race, with Formula 4 and E Superstock having 30 entries each. The new 300 Supersport, 500 Supersport (both sponsored by Altus Lawton Motorsports), and 500 Classic classes also gained in popularity, with a combined grid of 18 bikes.

The 8 Hours of Texas Endurance race had a combined grid of 40 teams, with classes including A Superbike, C Superbike, Formula 2, and Modern Classic Endurance. When the lights went out at 10:45 am on the 2 wave start, the racing was immediately exciting and competitive. The Suzuki GSX-R1000 mounted I Like Big Gas!! team of Scott Buckley, Dewayne Davis, Brad Kelly, Craig Montgomery, and Brandon Young got the drop on the Yamaha YZF-R6 mounted Village Idiots team of Brandon Cleland, Chris Headley, John Orchard, and Garet Tomlinson for the early lead. Team LocoMotion riders Alonzo Contreras, Ryan Max Johnson, Matt Vastine, and Mark Windham aboard a Yamaha YZF-R6 went at it with the Excel EMR team of Conner Blevins, Shannon Ball, and Dustin Meador on their Kawasaki ZX636 in a fierce battle for third.

The racing was intense, with these four teams holding on to the top four spots for only the first hour. The P1 Racing KTM team of Ryan Andrews, Ty Howard, Eddie Thornton, and Derek Wagnon overcame some difficulties early on to sneak past I Like Big Gas!! and the Village Idiots for the lead in Hour 2. LocoMotion had a bit of trouble, and the Hold Fast team of Dirk Anderson, Ulug Bayramoglu, Chris Hamlett, Michael Humphries, and Alan Phillips riding a Yamaha YZF-R6 got around them for fifth behind Excel EMR.

In spite of intense competition, these teams held off all comers and gripped the top spots for the next five hours. P1 Racing KTM held off the Village Idiots and I Like Big Gas!!, while Excel EMR had their hands full keeping Hold Fast at bay. As the afternoon wore on and the wind picked up, the top teams were still running sub 1:50 laps, and as the clock wound down into the final hour, it would come down to a difference of pit stops. P1 Racing KTM had gotten a lap up on the Village Idiots and I Like Big Gas!!, but they were still charging hard.

Suddenly with 27 minutes left in the race, a red flag came out and all the teams came in and put on tire warmers anticipating a restart. The incident caused a stoppage of the race, due to the 30 minutes to continue rule, and the race was called with the last full lap before the red flag’s running order deciding the finish.

P1 Racing KTM took the overall win and the win in A Superbike with 241 laps, the Village Idiots finished second overall and first in C Superbike with 239 laps, while Excel EMR took second in C Superbike and third overall with 235 laps. Rounding out the top six overall finishers were Hold Fast, I Like Big Gas!!, and Buffington Homes Racing.

P1 Racing KTM’s final rider Ty Howard said, “Overall the race was really good, The Pirelli SC2 tires held up great, we did a rear tire change every stop just to be sure, and we used a total of 3 fronts and 7 rears. We had a few issues, but they were quick fixes. We also had a sick rider, but he was able to complete his leg, so we were able to do five stints total. The competition was fierce, and that kept us on our toes the whole race, and I want to congratulate the other teams for such a great race.”

For a complete list of the weekend results and standings, please visit the website: www.CMRAracing.com. The next round in the CMRA season will be on April 26-27, 2014, at Eagles Canyon Raceway, Decatur, Texas. Saturday will be the 6 hour Lightweight Endurance race and Team 60 races. Details for the weekend will be announced when finalized. Come out and see some great endurance racing action!

ONROAD OFFROAD SUSPENSION - FORMULA 5

1. Allan Boyd (Hon RS65)

2. Walter Walker III (Suz RM65)

3. Sam Napier (Hon NSR50)

FORMULA 6

1. Walter Walker III (Suz RM65)

2. Lindsey Leard (Yam TTR125)

3. Britten Geary (Hon CRF100)

FORMULA 7

1. Kevin B. Nolde (Kaw KX65)

2. Tarah Lyttle (SSR TX2)

GROM CHALLENGE

1. Ryan Andrews (Hon Grom)

2. Domingo Day (Hon Grom)

3. John Black (Hon Grom)
4. Carl Price (Hon Grom)

5. David Sprague (Hon Grom)
6. Mike Brown (Hon Grom)

E SUPERSTOCK

1. Brad Thomas (Kaw 250R)

2. Zachary Vonler (Kaw 250R)

3. Mark Shim (Kaw 250R)

4. Zachary Boldwyn (Kaw 250R)

5. Walter Walker III (Hon RS150R)

6. Jaret Nassaney (Kaw 250R)

RAINBOW SOX RACING - JUNIOR MOTARD

1. Brylin Schrock (Kaw KLX110)
2. Hayden Giarratano (SSR SR110TR)

3. Daniel Phillips (Kaw KLX110)

4. Shaine Giarratano (SSR SR110TR)

5. Otto Black (Kaw KLX110)
6. Chandler Geary (Yam TTR110)

FORMULA 4

1. Brad Thomas (Kaw 250R)

2. Zachary Vonler (Kaw 250R)

3. Mark Shim (Kaw 250R)

4. Roger Albert (Kaw 250R)

5. Zachary Boldwyn (Kaw 250R)

6. Jim Whitten (Kaw 250R)

ALTUS LAWTON MOTORSPORTS - 500 SUPERSPORT

1. Brandon Altmeyer (Hon CBR500R)
2. Jesse Davis (Hon CBR500R)

3. Kris Lillegard (Hon CBR500R)

4. Mark Shim (Hon CBR500R)
5. Jaret Nassaney (Hon CBR500R)

ALTUS LAWTON MOTORSPORTS - 300 SUPERSPORT

1. Gavin WIlliams (Kaw EX300)

2. Braeden Ortt (Kaw EX300)

3. Justin McWilliams (Kaw EX300)

4. Kasey Lewis (Kaw EX300)

5. Christopher Cullen (Kaw EX300)

6. Ana Duran-Gomez (Kaw EX300)

500 CLASSIC

1. Brian Oakley (Yam RD400)
2. Rob Rowland (Yam RD400)

3. Richard Pearson (Yam RD400)

4. Mike Milligan (Yam RD400)

CMRA 8 HOURS OF TEXAS CHAMPIONSHIP ENDURANCE

OVERALL

1. P1 Racing KTM (Ryan Andrews/Ty Howard/Eddie Thornton/Derek Wagnon) KTM RC8, A Superbike, 241 laps

2. Village Idiots (Brandon Cleland/ Chris Headley/John Orchard/Garet Tomlinson) Yam YZF-R6, C Superbike, 239 laps

3. Excel EMR (Shannon Ball/Conner Blevins/Dustin Meador) Kaw ZX636, C Superbike, 235 laps

4. Hold Fast (Dirk Anderson/Ulug Bayramoglu/Chris Hamlett/Michael Humphries/Alan Phillips) Yam YZF-R6, C Superbike, 230 laps

5. I Like Big Gas!! (Scott Buckley/Dewayne Davis /Brad Kelly/Craig Montgomery/Brandon Young) Suz GSX-R1000, A Superbike 227 laps

6. Buffington Homes Racing (Chris Fields/Kenny Smith) Yam YZF-R6, Modern Classic, 224 laps

A SUPERBIKE ENDURANCE

1. P1 Racing KTM (Ryan Andrews/Ty Howard/Eddie Thornton/Derek Wagnon) KTM RC8, 241 laps

2. I Like Big Gas!! (Scott Buckley/Dewayne Davis /Brad Kelly/Craig Montgomery/Brandon Young) Suz GSX-R1000, 227 laps
3. Broke Backmarkers (Jim Dugger/Carl Price/Mark Sneed/Jim Webster) Suz GSX-R600, 215 laps

4. Team Penetration (Enoc Garza/Nathaniel Orona/Tim Rose/Will Zamora) Yam YZF-R6, 214 laps

5. Just Can't Quit Racing (Jeff Grant/Gordon Miller/Paul Wilkinson) Suz GSX-R1000, 132 laps

6. Tip Toes & Tonka Trucks Too (Rebecca Caudle/John Deuser/Jeremy Harvey/Ron Mears) Suz GSX-R750, 132 laps

C SUPERBIKE ENDURANCE

1. Village Idiots (Brandon Cleland/ Chris Headley/John Orchard/Garet Tomlinson) Yam YZF-R6, 239 laps

2. Excel EMR (Shannon Ball/Conner Blevins/Dustin Meador) Kaw ZX636, 235 laps
3. Hold Fast (Dirk Anderson/Ulug Bayramoglu/Chris Hamlett/Michael Humphries/Alan Phillips) Yam YZF-R6, 230 laps

4. LSTD II (Jesse Davis/Nick Doolan/Will Gruy/Wyatt Sperry/David Tiede) Kaw ZX-6R, 221laps
5. LocoMotion (Alonzo Contreras/Ryan Max Johnson/Matt Vastine/Mark Windham) Yam YZF-R6, 220 laps

5. Big Boy Racing (Robert Garza/Roger Hill/Mike James/Dolph McVicker/Michael Sanchez) Kaw ZX-6R, 217 laps

FORMULA 2 ENDURANCE

1. Team EDS (David Branyon /Scott Eichhorn/Darrell Ricks/Mike Sweeney/Shane Zelm) Suz SV650, 214 laps

2. Oak Hill Junkies (Seth Cooke/Shea Edwards/Noah Reese/Chris Vinson), Hon CBR600F2, 202 laps

3. Slick Willy (William Coats/Josh Henke/Chris Woolsey/Rich Wu) Suz SV650, 201 laps

4. G-Baby Racing (Daisy DeSimone/Lindsey Redfern/Theressa Riggs/Anita Thomas) Suz SV650, 199 laps
5. The Bike Doctors #2 (Sean Brown/John Byus/Karl Hansen/Nick McDonald/David Wilson) Hon CBR600F3, 147 laps

6. The Bike Doctors #1 (Jacob Asay/Ossman Avila/Ross Horn/Jeremias Moreno/Jennifer Norman) Buell XB12R, 113 laps

MODERN CLASSIC ENDURANCE

1. Buffington Homes Racing (Chris Fields/Kenny Smith) Yam YZF-R6, 224 laps

2. Full Tilt Racing (Brandie Cox/Gary Welborn) Kaw ZX636, 215 laps
3. Lawdawg Racing (Danny Dominguez/Britten Geary/Peyton Inge/Jordan Pence/Andrew Sukach) Hon CBR1000RR, 214 laps

4. Dark Horse Racing (Nick Chapman/Thomas Delaney/Bill Klindworth/Brian Millsap/ Ryan Warren) Hon CBR600RR, 103 laps

4. Crazy Jacks Racing (Luis Aguero Jr /Chris Leggett/Josh Simmons/Scott Srednicki) Hon CBR1000RR, 40 laps


6. AF1 Racing (Thomas Anderson/Robert Bradlaw/Bill Erzal/Jon Francis/Ted Phillips) Apr RSV1000, 37 laps