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Sep 29, 2001

Updated Post: Acree Wins AMA 750cc Supersport At VIR

Genuine Suzuki Accessories 750cc Supersport Final Results:<BR>1. Lee Acree, 17 laps<BR>2. Jimmy Moore, +4.863 seconds<BR>3. Robert Jensen, +5.841 seconds<BR>4. Mike Ciccotto, +15.786 seconds<BR>5. Scott Harwell, +17.475 seconds<BR>6. Rich Conicelli, +28.672 seconds<BR>7. Vincent Haskovec, +28.871 seconds<BR>8. Andy Caldwell, +29.136 seconds<BR>9. Anthony Lupo, +51.752 seconds<BR>10. David Ortega, +54.700 seconds<BR>11. Tony Meiring<BR>12. Chris Rankin<BR>13. Justin Blake<BR>14. Billy Ethridge<BR>15. John McGarity, Suzuki GSX-R600<BR>16. Chris Ulrich, 14 laps<BR>17. Richard Alexander, Jr., 14 laps<BR>18. Jamie Thompson, 6 laps<BR>19. Michael Barnes, 5 laps<BR>20. Jeremy Barker, 4 laps<BR><BR>All riders were on Suzuki GSX-R750s unless noted.<BR><BR>Team Valvoline EMGO Suzuki's Ben Spies and Hooters Suzuki's Mike Ciccotto each crashed out of the lead of the race. Ciccotto re-mounted his bike to finish fourth.<BR><BR>The win was Arclight Suzuki's Lee Acree's first AMA National win.<BR><BR>Spies' crash dropped him from second to third in the final 750cc Supersport point standings. Moore's teammate Vincent Haskovec finished the season second in the Championship.<BR><BR>Rich Alexander hit Chris Ulrich on the first lap, and both crashed.
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