American Flat Track: Running Results From OKC Mile I (Updated With Main Event Results)

American Flat Track: Running Results From OKC Mile I (Updated With Main Event Results)

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By David Swarts.

OKC Mile I/American Flat Track

Remington Park

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

June 18, 2021

AFT Mission SuperTwins Provisional Free Practice 1 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Brandon Price (Ind), 39.677 seconds

2. Jared Mees (Ind), 39.681

3. Brandon Robinson (Ind), 39.739

4. Bryan Smith (Ind), 39.762

5. Briar Bauman (Ind), 40.120

6. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), 40.325

7. Bronson Bauman (Ind), 40.512

8. Robert Pearson (Ind), 40.760

9. James Rispoli (Har), 41.075

10. JD Beach (Yam), 41.291

11. Davis Fisher (Ind), 41.822

12. Kolby Carlile (Yam), 41.923

 

 

AFT Production Twins Provisional Free Practice 1 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Ryan Varnes (Kaw), 40.772 seconds

2. Jeremiah Duffy (Kaw), 41.034

3. Cory Texter (Yam), 41.166

4. Dan Bromley (Yam), 41.418

5. Chad Cose (Har), 41.461

6. Dalton Gauthier (Har), 41.485

7. Kevin Stollings (Kaw), 41.550

8. Ben Lowe (Har), 42.187

9. Cameron Smith (Yam), 42.247

10. Danny Eslick (Kaw), 42.477

11. Patrick Buchanan (Har), 42.813

12. Dylan Bell (Har), 43.341

13. Jeffery Lowery (Kaw), 43.415

14. Kasey Sciscoe (Kaw), 43.511

15. Gary Ketchum (Kaw), 44.934

16. Brian Lehfeldt (Kaw), 45.005

17. Jimmy McAllister (Kaw), 45.286

 

 

AFT Singles Provisional Free Practice 1 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Trevor Brunner (Hon), 41.564 seconds

2. Henry Wiles (Hon), 41.576

3. Shayna Texter-Bauman (KTM), 42.168

4. Trent Lowe (Suz), 42.201

5. Cole Zabala (Hon), 42.215

6. Kevin Stollings (Hon), 42.325

7. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), 42.347

8. Morgen Mischler (KTM), 42.468

9. Max Whale (KTM), 42.504

10. Tanner Dean (Hon), 42.666

11. Michael Rush (Yam), 42.695

12. Ryan Wells (Hon), 42.858

13. James Ott (KTM), 42.863

14. Dallas Daniels (Yam), 42.890

15. Hunter Bauer (KTM), 43.188

16. Aidan RoosEvans (KTM), 43.264

17. Kody Kopp (Hon), 43.362

18. Andrew Luker (Yam), 43.536

19. Dustin Brown (Hon), 43.797

20. Brandon Newman (KTM), 43.973

21. Travis Petton IV (Hon), 44.135

22. Jordan Jean (Hon), 44.297

23. Billy Ross (KTM), 44.370

24. Tyler Raggio (Hon), 44.412

25. Grant Holmes (Suz), 44.599

26. Kasey Sciscoe (Hon), 44.630

27. Ezra Brusky (Hon), 44.697

28. Tarren Santero (Kaw), 44.774

29. David Wiggin (KTM), 45.045

30. Trent Pickle (Hus), 45.346

31. Jacob Cascio (Yam), 46.029

32. Jared Lowe (Hon), no time recorded

 

 

AFT Mission SuperTwins Provisional Free Practice 2 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Jared Mees (Ind), 39.967 seconds

2. Brandon Robinson (Ind), 39.969

3. Briar Bauman (Ind), 40.057

4. Brandon Price (Ind), 40.432

5. James Rispoli (Har), 40.468

6. Robert Pearson (Ind), 40.525

7. Bronson Bauman (Ind), 40.575

8. JD Beach (Yam), 40.884

9. Kolby Carlile (Yam), 40.896

10. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), 40.919

11. Davis Fisher (Ind), 41.105

12. Bryan Smith (Ind), no time recorded

 

 

AFT Production Twins Provisional Qualifying 1 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Jeremiah Duffy (Kaw), 41.015 seconds

2. Ryan Varnes (Kaw), 41.341

3. Cory Texter (Yam), 41.576

4. Dalton Gauthier (Har), 41.889

5. Cameron Smith (Yam), 41.896

6. Ben Lowe (Har), 42.170

7. Patrick Buchanan (Har), 42.373

8. Danny Eslick (Kaw), 42.770

9. Dan Bromley (Yam), 43.138

10. Dylan Bell (Har), 43.191

11. Jeffery Lowery (Kaw), 43.434

12. Kasey Sciscoe (Kaw), 43.665

13. Gary Ketchum (Kaw), 44.591

14. Brian Lehfeldt (Kaw), 45.650

15. Jimmy McAllister (Kaw), 46.079

16. Kevin Stollings (Kaw), no time recorded

17. Chad Cose (Har), no time recorded

 

 

AFT Singles Provisional Qualifying 1 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Trevor Brunner (Hon), 41.794 seconds

2. Kevin Stollings (Hon), 42.249

3. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), 42.340

4. Henry Wiles (Hon), 42.407

5. Hunter Bauer (KTM), 42.427

6. Trent Lowe (Suz), 42.436

7. James Ott (KTM), 42.552

8. Dallas Daniels (Yam), 42.625

9. Max Whale (KTM), 42.636

10. Cole Zabala (Hon), 42.683

11. Michael Rush (Yam), 42.769

12. Shayna Texter-Bauman (KTM), 42.879

13. Tanner Dean (Hon), 42.962

14. Dustin Brown (Hon), 42.962

15. Ryan Wells (Hon), 43.052

16. Morgen Mischler (KTM), 43.074

17. Kody Kopp (Hon), 43.187

18. Jared Lowe (Hon), 43.519

19. Billy Ross (KTM), 43.585

20. Andrew Luker (Yam), 43.617

21. Tyler Raggio (Hon), 43.718

22. Grant Holmes (Suz), 43.808

23. Jordan Jean (Hon), 43.818

24. Aidan RoosEvans (KTM), 43.879

25. Ezra Brusky (Hon), 43.953

26. Tarren Santero (Kaw), 43.967

27. Travis Petton IV (Hon), 43.972

28. Kasey Sciscoe (Hon), 44.276

29. Brandon Newman (KTM), 44.299

30. David Wiggin (KTM), 44.660

31. Trent Pickle (Hus), 45.313

32. Jacob Cascio (Yam), no time recorded

 

 

AFT Mission SuperTwins Provisional Qualifying 1 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Brandon Robinson (Ind), 40.030 seconds

2. Brandon Price (Ind), 40.210

3. Jared Mees (Ind), 40.310

4. Briar Bauman (Ind), 40.392

5. Robert Pearson (Ind), 40.647

6. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), 40.650

7. James Rispoli (Har), 40.849

8. Bronson Bauman (Ind), 40.918

9. JD Beach (Yam), 41.055

10. Kolby Carlile (Yam), 41.115

11. Bryan Smith (Ind), 41.259

12. Davis Fisher (Ind), 41.454

 

 

AFT Production Twins Provisional Qualifying 2 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Jeremiah Duffy (Kaw), 41.232 seconds

2. Ryan Varnes (Kaw), 41.338

3. Dalton Gauthier (Har), 41.575

4. Kevin Stollings (Kaw), 41.754

5. Cory Texter (Yam), 41.817

6. Dan Bromley (Yam), 42.066

7. Ben Lowe (Har), 42.620

8. Patrick Buchanan (Har), 42.721

9. Jeffery Lowery (Kaw), 43.250

10. Danny Eslick (Kaw), 43.321

11. Kasey Sciscoe (Kaw), 43.482

12. Dylan Bell (Har), 43.551

13. Gary Ketchum (Kaw), 44.261

14. Brian Lehfeldt (Kaw), 44.278

15. Jimmy McAllister (Kaw), 45.818

16. Chad Cose (Har), no time recorded

17. Cameron Smith (Yam), no time recorded

 

 

AFT Singles Provisional Qualifying 2 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Trevor Brunner (Hon), 41.361 seconds

2. Henry Wiles (Hon), 41.437

3. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), 42.337

4. Trent Lowe (Suz), 42.361

5. Max Whale (KTM), 42.489

6. Cole Zabala (Hon), 42.554

7. Aidan RoosEvans (KTM), 42.716

8. Hunter Bauer (KTM), 42.774

9. Kevin Stollings (Hon), 42.930

10. Dallas Daniels (Yam), 42.945

11. Tanner Dean (Hon), 42.958

12. Michael Rush (Yam), 42.985

13. Ryan Wells (Hon), 42.986

14. Morgen Mischler (KTM), 43.098

15. Dustin Brown (Hon), 43.166

16. Billy Ross (KTM), 43.335

17. Jared Lowe (Hon), 43.382

18. Andrew Luker (Yam), 43.494

19. Shayna Texter-Bauman (KTM), 43.500

20. Brandon Newman (KTM), 43.582

21. Kody Kopp (Hon), 43.618

22. Tyler Raggio (Hon), 44.150

23. Ezra Brusky (Hon), 44.160

24. Grant Holmes (Suz), 44.165

25. Travis Petton IV (Hon), 44.175

26. Jordan Jean (Hon), 44.254

27. Tarren Santero (Kaw), 44.424

28. Kasey Sciscoe (Hon), 44.758

29. David Wiggin (KTM), 44.789

30. Trent Pickle (Hus), 45.340

31. James Ott (KTM), no time recorded

32. Jacob Cascio (Yam), no time recorded

 

 

Provisional Mission SuperTwins Semi 1 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Brandon Robinson (Ind), 8 laps

2. Jared Mees (Ind), -1.331 seconds

3. Bryan Smith (Ind), -7.578

4. James Rispoli (Har), -11.068

5. Robert Pearson (Ind), -11.795

6. JD Beach (Yam), -12.268

 

 

Mission SuperTwins Semi 2 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Briar Bauman (Ind), 8 laps

2. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), -1.974 seconds

3. Brandon Price (Ind), -2.537

4. Kolby Carlile (Yam), -6.198

5. Bronson Bauman (Ind), -6.868

6. Davis Fisher (Ind), -11.421

 

 

Provisional AFT Production Twins Semi 1 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Jeremiah Duffy (Kaw), 8 laps

2. Dalton Gauthier (Har), -0.145 second

3. Kevin Stollings (Kaw), -3.742 seconds

4. Patrick Buchanan (Har), -7.298

5. Dan Bromley (Yam), -7.311

6. Kasey Sciscoe (Kaw), -15.976

7. Dylan Bell (Har), -19.340

 

 

Provisional AFT Production Twins Semi 2 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Cory Texter (Yam), 8 laps

2. Ryan Varnes (Kaw), -1.658 seconds

3. Ben Lowe (Har), -4.579

4. Cameron Smith (Yam), -6.432

5. Danny Eslick (Kaw), -15.217

6. Jeffery Lowery (Kaw), -15.722

 

 

Provisional AFT Singles Semi 1 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Max Whale (KTM), 8 laps

2. Cole Zabala (Hon), -0.472 second

3. Trent Lowe (Suz), -0.540

4. Morgen Mischler (KTM), -2.499 seconds

5. Shayna Texter-Bauman (KTM), -3.163

6. Kevin Stollings (Hon), -4.069

7. Aidan RoosEvans (KTM), -4.748

8. Dustin Brown (Hon), -4.749

9. Andrew Luker (Yam), -5.377

10. Tyler Raggio (Hon), -5.712

11. Billy Ross (KTM), -8.246

12. Tarren Santero (Kaw), -12.774

13. Jordan Jean (Hon), -13.192

14. Trevor Brunner (Hon), -8 laps

 

 

Provisional AFT Singles Semi 2 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Henry Wiles (Hon), 8 laps

2. Michael Rush (Yam), -2.825 seconds

3. Dallas Daniels (Yam), -2.856

4. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), -5.307

5. Hunter Bauer (KTM), -5.498

6. James Ott (KTM), -7.948

7. Kody Kopp (Hon), -7.984

8. Ryan Wells (Hon), -8.375

9. Tanner Dean (Hon), -8.568

10. Travis Petton IV (Hon), -11.956

11. Jared Lowe (Hon), -12.055

12. Grant Holmes (Suz), -12.179

13. Ezra Brusky (Hon), -18.911

14. Brandon Newman (KTM), -18.916

 

 

Provisional Mission SuperTwins Mission Challenge Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Brandon Robinson (Ind), 4 laps

2. Jared Mees (Ind), -0.777 second

3. Briar Bauman (Ind), -2.712 seconds

4. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), -3.585

 

 

Provisional AFT Production Twins Main Event Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Cory Texter (Yam), 14 laps

2. Cameron Smith (Yam), -2.126 seconds

3. Dan Bromley (Yam), -2.523

4. Jeremiah Duffy (Kaw), -5.796

5. Dalton Gauthier (Har), -6.098

6. Ben Lowe (Har), -7.259

7. Patrick Buchanan (Har), -17.475

8. Danny Eslick (Kaw), -17.616

9. Dylan Bell (Har), -29.268

10. Kevin Stollings (Kaw), -35.264

11. Kasey Sciscoe (Kaw), -46.466

12. Ryan Varnes (Kaw), -7 laps

13. Jeffery Lowery (Kaw), -7 laps

 

 

Provisional AFT Singles Main Event Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Henry Wiles (Hon), 14 laps

2. Dallas Daniels (Yam), -3.157 seconds

3. Morgen Mischler (KTM), -3.910

4. Michael Rush (Yam), -5.645

5. Cole Zabala (Hon), -8.606

6. Max Whale (KTM), -8.722

7. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), -9.192

8. Kevin Stollings (Hon), -11.233

9. James Ott (KTM), -14.854

10. Shayna Texter-Bauman (KTM), -14.894

11. Aidan RoosEvans (KTM), -17.561

12. Ryan Wells (Hon), -18.949

13. Tyler Raggio (Hon), -29.084

14. Dustin Brown (Hon), -5 laps

15. Hunter Bauer (KTM), -7 laps

16. Kody Kopp (Hon), -9 laps

17. Trent Lowe (Suz), -13 laps

 

 

Provisional Mission SuperTwins Main Event Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Brandon Robinson (Ind), 20 laps

2. Briar Bauman (Ind), -1.745 seconds

3. Jared Mees (Ind), -8.055

4. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), -10.880

5. Brandon Price (Ind), -19.874

6. Kolby Carlile (Yam), -28.586

7. Bronson Bauman (Ind), -28.792

8. Robert Pearson (Ind), -29.296

9. JD Beach (Yam), -37.328

10. Davis Fisher (Ind), -42.800

11. James Rispoli (Har), -1 lap, -12.253

12. Bryan Smith (Ind), -10 laps

 

 

 

More, from a press release issued by American Flat Track:

Robinson Holds Off Bauman for OKC Mile I Victory

Wiles dominates on the Honda; Texter commands AFT Production Twins lead.

 

Brandon Robinson (44). Photo courtesy AFT.
Brandon Robinson (44). Photo courtesy AFT.

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (June 18, 2021) – Brandon Robinson (No. 44 Mission Roof Systems Indian FTR750) became the first rider to earn a second Mission SuperTwins presented by S&S Cycle victory this Progressive American Flat Track season with a clutch performance in Friday evening’s Indian Motorcycle of Oklahoma City OKC Mile I presented by KICKER at Remington Park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Robinson controlled the lead and held a gap to second from the first lap onward. However, the nerves required to pull off the victory were considerably greater than that fact might suggest; Robinson was forced to overcome injury, an extremely physical racetrack, and a fast-closing Briar Bauman (No. 1 Indian Motorcycle/Progressive Insurance FTR750) to emerge victorious in the end.

At one point late in the race, Robinson saw his nearly two-second advantage slashed to around a half-second. Despite that pressure, Robinson regrouped and ultimately stretched it back out to 1.744-seconds by the time he sailed past the checkered flag. While Robinson certainly did his part by remaining calm, precise, and rapid, Bauman effectively conceded the race in the end after nearly being caught out by the extremely fast yet risky lines he had previously exploited to claw back into contention.

Robinson, meanwhile, continued to make the case that he belongs right alongside reigning Grand National Champion Bauman and multi-time series king Jared Mees (No. 9 Indian Motorcycle/Progressive Insurance FTR750) when it comes to the current premier-class pecking order. Besides owning more wins than any other rider this season, Robinson also boasts his Chicago Half-Mile fall-to-fourth-place ride that was as impressive as any win, along with three out of five victories in this season’s $5000 Mission Challenge shootouts.

After the race, Robinson said, “This might be the most tiring track we go to all year. This was brutal, and with the bummer at Joliet and sustaining a knee injury there, I’ve been on the couch for three weeks. Fitness is huge here, so big thanks to my trainer, Dick Tibbits; he helps me out a lot with everything I’ve been going through with the injury and just trying to be as ready as we can. And a huge thank you to Mission Foods, Roof Systems, HCRR, and my crew chief Ben Evans; they had this thing dialed in from the time we unloaded. I could not be happier to be a part of this program.”

While Mees saw his three-race win streak at the OKC Mile snapped, he did keep alive his perfect podium record at the venue. A poor start pretty much eliminated any chance at victory from the very beginning, but he quickly made up multiple positions to establish himself a clear third.

Jarod Vanderkooi (No. 20 Mission Roof Systems Indian FTR750) added a fourth-place finish to his back-to-back runner-up results, while Brandon Price (No. 92 Mission Roof Systems Indian FTR750) overcame Kolby Carlile (No. 36 Estenson Racing Yamaha MT-07 DT) in their tilt for fifth. ‘Mile Master’ Bryan Smith (No. 4 Crosley/Howerton Motorsports Indian FTR750) had earlier been a part of that fight but was forced to pull out at mid-distance.

Further back, Bronson Bauman (No. 37 Indian Motorcycle of Oklahoma City FTR750), Robert Pearson (No. 27 Rackley Racing/John Franklin Indian FTR750), JD Beach (No. 95 Estenson Racing Yamaha MT-07 DT) and Davis Fisher (No. 67 BMC Racing/Dick Wall 60 Indian FTR750) rounded out the top ten.

 

AFT Singles

After getting off to a bit of a quiet start in 2021, Henry Wiles (No. 17 American Honda/Progressive Insurance CRF450R) made plenty of noise on Friday night with a blowout victory in the evening’s AFT Singles Main Event.

Wiles was in a class of his own from the start, ripping out to immediate advantage and never looking back en route to a 3.157-second margin of victory.

While Wiles erased all drama for the win before any could settle in, there was still plenty of action to be found in a spirited fight for second. Estenson teammates Dallas Daniels (No. 1 Estenson Racing Yamaha YZ450F) and Mikey Rush (No. 15 Estenson Racing Yamaha YZ450F) diced it up with one another early before being joined in the fray by the always entertaining Morgen Mischler (No. 13 Mission Roof Systems KTM 450 SX-F).

Contrasting lines led to a series of tight passes and unpredictable action before Daniels ultimately shook free over the race’s final two laps.

Mischler split Daniels and Rush up in the results to finish third, bringing Rush’s perfect season podium record to an end while allowing Daniels just a bit of space at the top of the championship order.

One of Wiles’ teammates, Trevor Brunner (No. 21 American Honda/Progressive Insurance CRF450R), missed the Main Event after going down in an on-track incident while leading his Semi. The other, Cole Zabala (No. 51 American Honda/Progressive Insurance CRF450R), finished in fifth, winning out in a multi-rider fight for the position with Max Whale (No. 18 Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 450 SX-FFE) and Brandon Kitchen (No. 105 Husqvarna Motorcycles/Vance & Hines Husqvarna FC450).

Race winner Wiles said, “Right from the first practice I knew we had some real good pace. I knew my biggest competition throughout the day was going to be my teammate (Brunner), but unfortunately he got caught up coming out of a corner and had a pretty nasty crash. I hope Trevor is doing well, and hopefully he can get back out here tomorrow and we can race it up at the front.

“I’m really just stoked. It’s no secret we’ve been struggling. We thought we’d come out swinging from Round 1, and it’s just been a struggle. I’ve got to thank my mechanic and sponsors and all the people that help out this team. They’ve really been busting their butts, and I couldn’t be happier with the result tonight.”

 

AFT Production Twins presented by Vance & Hines

Cory Texter (No. 65 G&G Racing/Yamaha Racing Yamaha MT-07) went wire-to-wire to secure his third victory of the still-young AFT Production Twins presented by Vance & Hines season.

The 2019 class champ took the critically important holeshot and translated it into an unchallenged victory. While the roost of the Remington Park cushion Mile left his competitors covered in dirt and their number plates virtually unreadable, Texter shone just as bright in red, white, and blue at the checkered flag as he was on the starting line.

Texter said, “It’s amazing. My plan was to go out and do half the race really hard, set a good pace, and then chill the last few laps and save energy for tomorrow. This is for my dad — it’s been eleven years and I miss him. It’s Father’s Day weekend so this is a tough one for me. So this is for my dad, Randy, and my little boy, Cruise — he makes Father’s Day a lot better than it used to be.”

Ryan Varnes (No. 68 RVR/RoyBuilt Don’s Kawasaki Ninja 650) suffered a mechanical DNF moments after moving into second while looking like the only rider with any chance of running down Texter.

That left Cameron Smith (No. 44 Mike Butler Racing/Cornerstone Masonry Group Honda CRF450R), Jeremiah Duffy (No. 42 Sammy O Racing/Geiger Construction Kawasaki Ninja 650), and Dan Bromley (No. 62 Memphis Shades/Vinson Construction Yamaha MT-07) to sort of the remainder of the podium before Texter. Raising the stakes significantly was the fact that both Smith and Duffy were hoping to come away with their maiden Progressive AFT podiums.

That honor ultimately went to Smith, who raced from Row 2 to second place. Bromley came home just behind in third to complete an all-Pennsylvanian, all-Yamaha podium.

Duffy survived a couple major moments and a near-miss with Bromley to finish fourth, while 2019 AFT Singles champ Dalton Gauthier (No. 79 D&D Cycles/Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson XG750R) rounded out the top five.

A disappointed Chad Cose (No. 49 Voodoo Ranger/Roof Systems Harley-Davidson XG750R) — who entered the weekend second in the points on the strength of a win and two runner-ups — was forced to watch from the fences after suffering a mechanical issue with his machine earlier in the evening. The Californian expects to be back in action on Saturday night.

The Indian Motorcycle of Oklahoma City OKC Mile I & II presented by KICKER will air back-to-back on NBCSN on Saturday, June 26, starting at 12:00 p.m. ET/9:00 a.m. PT, featuring exclusive features and cutting-edge aerial drone and onboard footage.

 

Next Up:

The Indian Motorcycle of Oklahoma City OKC Mile II presented by KICKER will conclude the doubleheader weekend at Remington Park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, on Saturday evening, June 19. Tickets are available for purchase now at https://store.americanflattrack.com/ebooking/ticket/view/id/3323/#selectTickets. For those viewing from home, live coverage will be available on any device for only $1.99 a month via TrackPass on NBC Sports Gold.

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