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Jun 9, 2001

Updated Post: Jimmy Moore Barely Beats Ben Spies And Roadracingworld.com's Chris Ulrich In AMA Pro 750cc Supersport Thriller At Road America

All three led in a giant battle at the front of 750cc Supersport at Road America, Ben Spies leading initially while Chris Ulrich came back from a poor start that had him back about eighth early on the first lap.

Corona EBSCO Suzuki's Jimmy Moore took the lead but was passed by both Valvoline EMGO Suzuki's Spies and roadracingworld.com/Vesrah Racing's Ulrich several times, Ulrich and Moore trading the lead two or three times on one lap.

Moore was ahead coming out of the final corner while Spies, in third, set up Ulrich for the draft and just got him at the line.

At the finish Spies was 0.226-second behind Moore and Ulrich was 0.258-second behind Moore. Fourth-place Mark Junge was 7.435 seconds behind Moore at the line with Vincent Haskovec another 10 seconds behind in fifth.

Results
1. Jimmy Moore
2. Ben Spies
3. Chris Ulrich
4. Mark Junge
5. Vincent Haskovec
6. Tony Meiring
7. Rich Conicelli
8. David Ortega
9. Richie Alexander
10. Anthony Lupo
11. Alan Schmidt
12. Owen Richey
13. Dr. Jeffrey Purk, D.D.S.
14. Randall Mennenga
15. Jake Zemke

Unofficial 750cc Supersport Point Standings Following Road America:
1. Moore, 124
2. Spies, 118
3. Alexander, 105
4. Haskovec, 97
5. Ulrich, 82
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