May 20, 2001
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Formula Xtreme Road Atlanta Results And Points<BR><BR>1. John Hopkins, Suzuki GSX-R1000<BR>2. Josh Hayes, Honda CBR929RR<BR>3. Damon Buckmaster, Yamaha YZF-R7/R1<BR>4. Jake Zemke, Honda CBR929RR<BR>5. Aaron Gobert, Yamaha YZF-R7/R1<BR>6. Richie Alexander, Suzuki GSX-R1000<BR>7. Michael Barnes, Suzuki GSX-R750<BR>8. Grant Lopez, Suzuki GSX-R1000<BR>9. Billy Ethridge, Suzuki GSX-R1000<BR>10. Chuck Allen, Suzuki GSX-R1000<BR>11. Jamie Thompson, Suzuki GSX-R750<BR>12. Robert Hilliard, Suzuki GSX-R750<BR>13. James Compton, Yamaha YZF-R1<BR>14. James Bonner, Yamaha YZF-R1<BR>15. Troy Vincent, Suzuki GSX-R1000, 14 laps<BR>16. Roger Lee Hayden, Honda CBR929RR, 13 laps<BR>17. Mark Miller, Honda CBR929RR, 13 laps<BR>18. Steve Grigg, Muzzy Raptor 835, 9 laps<BR>19. Scott Carpenter, Suzuki GSX-R750, 8 laps<BR><BR>Points<BR><BR>1. Buckmaster, 59 points<BR>2. Lopez, 55 points<BR>3. Aaron Gobert, 52 points<BR>3. Zemke, 52 points<BR>5. Alexander, 49 points<BR>6. Miller, 42 points<BR>7. Hopkins, 37 points<BR>7. Pridmore, 37 points<BR>9. Hayes, 33 points<BR>10. Barnes, 24 points<BR><BR>In the restarted event, which was red-flagged after seven laps on Saturday with an additional eight laps run on Sunday, Valvoline EMGO Suzuki's Hopkins and Bruce Transportation's Hayes went back and forth for several laps. Hopkins enjoyed a top speed advantage on the back straight and Hayes was faster from turn one to turn six. Hopkins made the pass for the lead with two laps to go.<BR><BR>Valvoline EMGO Suzuki's Grant Lopez finished eighth, a good showing after dislocating his right shoulder on Friday in practice.<BR><BR>Jason Pridmore, whose crash caused the intial red flag, remained hospitalized with a badly broken leg. According to Pridmore's Attack Suzuki teammate Rich Alexander, Pridmore will be out "for the rest of the season."