American Flat Track: Running Results From The Sacramento Mile (Updated)

American Flat Track: Running Results From The Sacramento Mile (Updated)

© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By David Swarts.

American Flat Track (AFT) Sacramento Mile

Sacramento, California

August 20, 2022

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

1. Jared Mees (Ind), 40.378 seconds

2. Dallas Daniels (Yam), 40.442

3. Brandon Robinson (Ind), 40.594

4. Bronson Bauman (Har), 40.647

5. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), 40.857

6. JD Beach (Yam), 40.960

7. Davis Fisher (Ind), 41.165

8. Ben Lowe (Ind), 41.262

9. Andrew Luker (Ind), 41.344

10. Jeffrey Carver (Har), 42.381

11. Shayna Texter-Bauman (Ind), 44.269

12. Briar Bauman (Ind), 55.435

 

 

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

1. Jesse Janisch (Har), 40.982 seconds

2. Cory Texter (Yam), 41.984

3. Johnny Lewis (Roy), 42.747

4. Billy Ross (Har), 42.834

5. Michael Rush (Har), 42.840

6. Cameron Smith (Yam), 42.973

7. Nick Armstrong (Yam), 43.010

8. Kasey Sciscoe (Kaw), 43.290

9. Michael Hill (Yam), 44.014

10. Shelby Miller (KTM), 44.182

11. Jimmy McAllister (Kaw), 44.559

 

 

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

1. Chase Saathoff (Hon), 40.574 seconds

2. Trent Lowe (Hon), 40.682

3. Dalton Gauthier (Hon), 40.998

4. Kody Kopp (KTM), 41.119

5. Morgen Mischler (Hon), 41.178

6. Trevor Brunner (Yam), 41.247

7. Aidan RoosEvans (Hon), 41.403

8. Max Whale (KTM), 41.411

9. James Ott (KTM), 41.437

10. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), 41.531

11. Ryan Wells (Hon), 41.754

12. Tyler Raggio (Hon), 41.929

13. Travis Petton (Hon), 42.039

14. Ferran Cardus (Hon), 42.107

15. Jared Lowe (Hon), 42.248

16. Chad Cose (Hon), 42.314

17. Hunter Bauer (KTM), 42.334

18. Tarren Santero (Hon), 43.110

19. Justin Jones (Hon), 43.133

20. Gage Smith (Hon), 43.257

21. Logan McGrane (Hon), 43.532

22. Clayton Williams (Hon), 43.869

23. Jacob Cascio (Yam), 43.928

24. Bronson Pearce (Hon), 44.145

25. Noah Miller (KTM), no time recorded

26. Grant Holmes (Suz), no time recorded

 

 

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

1. Jared Mees (Ind), 40.486 seconds

2. Brandon Robinson (Ind), 40.620

3. JD Beach (Yam), 40.768

4. Dallas Daniels (Yam), 40.792

5. Briar Bauman (Ind), 41.208

6. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), 41.271

7. Ben Lowe (Ind), 41.527

8. Davis Fisher (Ind), 41.677

9. Bronson Bauman (Har), 41.895

10. Jeffrey Carver (Har), 41.988

11. Andrew Luker (Ind), 42.182

12. Shayna Texter-Bauman (Ind), 43.797

 

 

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

1. Jesse Janisch (Har), 40.839 seconds

2. Michael Rush (Har), 41.661

3. Cory Texter (Yam), 41.731

4. Nick Armstrong (Yam), 42.002

5. Billy Ross (Har), 42.172

6. Johnny Lewis (Roy), 42.190

7. Kasey Sciscoe (Kaw), 42.823

8. Cameron Smith (Yam), 42.874

9. Michael Hill (Yam), 43.129

10. Shelby Miller (KTM), 44.158

11. Jimmy McAllister (Kaw), 44.846

 

 

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

1. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), 41.342 seconds

2. Chad Cose (Hon), 41.359

3. Chase Saathoff (Hon), 41.392

4. Ryan Wells (Hon), 41.557

5. Kody Kopp (KTM), 41.649

6. Morgen Mischler (Hon), 41.689

7. Travis Petton (Hon), 41.705

8. Tyler Raggio (Hon), 41.904

9. Trent Lowe (Hon), 41.907

10. Ferran Cardus (Hon), 41.957

11. Dalton Gauthier (Hon), 41.966

12. Trevor Brunner (Yam), 41.985

13. Max Whale (KTM), 42.005

14. Jared Lowe (Hon), 42.136

15. Hunter Bauer (KTM), 42.217

16. Gage Smith (Hon), 42.314

17. James Ott (KTM), 42.360

18. Aidan RoosEvans (Hon), 42.408

19. Justin Jones (Hon), 42.555

20. Grant Holmes (Suz), 42.579

21. Tarren Santero (Hon), 42.750

22. Clayton Williams (Hon), 42.898

23. Logan McGrane (Hon), 42.952

24. Jacob Cascio (Yam), 43.408

25. Bronson Pearce (Hon), 43.442

26. Noah Miller (KTM), 45.455

 

 

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

1. Dallas Daniels (Yam), 39.858 seconds

2. Jared Mees (Ind), 40.049

3. JD Beach (Yam), 40.127

4. Briar Bauman (Ind), 40.260

5. Davis Fisher (Ind), 40.469

6. Brandon Robinson (Ind), 40.613

7. Bronson Bauman (Har), 40.674

8. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), 40.834

9. Ben Lowe (Ind), 40.883

10. Andrew Luker (Ind), 41.221

11. Jeffrey Carver (Har), 41.799

12. Shayna Texter-Bauman (Ind), 42.282

 

 

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

1. Jesse Janisch (Har), 40.591 seconds

2. Michael Rush (Har), 40.662

3. Cory Texter (Yam), 40.935

4. Billy Ross (Har), 41.535

5. Johnny Lewis (Roy), 41.600

6. Nick Armstrong (Yam), 41.910

7. Cameron Smith (Yam), 42.096

8. Michael Hill (Yam), 42.097

9. Shelby Miller (KTM), 42.791

10. Jimmy McAllister (Kaw), 43.421

11. Kasey Sciscoe (Kaw), no time recorded

 

 

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

1. Kody Kopp (KTM), 40.673

2. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), 40.913

3. Morgen Mischler (Hon), 41.011

4. Dalton Gauthier (Hon), 41.234

5. Chad Cose (Hon), 41.336

6. Trent Lowe (Hon), 41.371

7. Chase Saathoff (Hon), 41.408

8. Trevor Brunner (Yam), 41.650

9. Max Whale (KTM), 41.712

10. Tyler Raggio (Hon), 41.718

11. Hunter Bauer (KTM), 41.723

12. Justin Jones (Hon), 41.763

13. Travis Petton (Hon), 41.789

14. Ferran Cardus (Hon), 41.899

15. Aidan RoosEvans (Hon), 41.930

16. Ryan Wells (Hon), 42.091

17. Gage Smith (Hon), 42.112

18. Jared Lowe (Hon), 42.126

19. James Ott (KTM), 42.275

20. Bronson Pearce (Hon), 42.702

21. Grant Holmes (Suz), 42.862

22. Logan McGrane (Hon), 42.897

23. Tarren Santero (Hon), 42.992

24. Jacob Cascio (Yam), 43.274

25. Clayton Williams (Hon), no time recorded

26. Noah Miller (KTM), no time recorded

 

 

Mission SuperTwins Provisional Qualifying 2 Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Dallas Daniels (Yam), 39.346 seconds

2. Jared Mees (Ind), 39.556

3. Briar Bauman (Ind), 39.579

4. Davis Fisher (Ind), 39.704

5. Brandon Robinson (Ind), 39.850

6. JD Beach (Yam), 39.857

7. Andrew Luker (Ind), 40.435

8. Ben Lowe (Ind), 40.457

9. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), 40.701

10. Bronson Bauman (Har), 40.758

11. Jeffrey Carver (Har), 41.299

12. Shayna Texter-Bauman (Ind), 42.135

 

 

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

1. Jesse Janisch (Har), 8 laps

2. Johnny Lewis (Roy), -2.805 seconds

3. Cory Texter (Yam), -3.107

4. Cameron Smith (Yam), -4.763

5. Shelby Miller (KTM), -17.048

6. Jimmy McAllister (Kaw), -34.756

 

 

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

1. Michael Rush (Har), 8 laps

2. Billy Ross (Har), -4.401 seconds

3. Nick Armstrong (Yam), -6.571

4. Michael Hill (Yam), -14.803

5. Kasey Sciscoe (Kaw), -8 laps, DNF

 

 

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

1. Trevor Brunner (Yam), 8 laps

2. Kody Kopp (KTM), -0.035 second

3. Max Whale (KTM), -0.299

4. Chad Cose (Hon), -0.868

5. Chase Saathoff (Hon), -5.558 seconds

6. Hunter Bauer (KTM), -5.704

7. Ferran Cardus (Hon), -5.762

8. Gage Smith (Hon), -5.807

9. James Ott (KTM), -10.524

10. Logan McGrane (Hon), -11.159

11. Bronson Pearce (Hon), -19.771

12. Jacob Cascio (Yam), -22.822

13. Morgen Mischler (Hon), -8 laps, DNF

 

 

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

1. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), 8 laps

2. Dalton Gauthier (Hon), -1.973 seconds

3. Trent Lowe (Hon), -2.903

4. Travis Petton (Hon), -7.510

5. Tyler Raggio (Hon), -10.355

6. Aidan RoosEvans (Hon), -11.274

7. Ryan Wells (Hon), -11.331

8. Justin Jones (Hon), -11.421

9. Jared Lowe (Hon), -12.609

10. Tarren Santero (Hon), -16.178

11. Grant Holmes (Suz), -16.189

12. Clayton Williams (Hon), -16.457

 

 

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

1. Dallas Daniels (Yam), 8 laps

2. Briar Bauman (Ind), -4.406 seconds

3. Brandon Robinson (Ind), -6.884

4. Andrew Luker (Ind), -15.473

5. Bronson Bauman (Har), -4 laps, DNF

6. Jeffrey Carver (Har), -6 laps, DNF

 

 

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

1. Jared Mees (Ind), 8 laps

2. JD Beach (Yam), -6.274 seconds

3. Davis Fisher (Ind), -6.382

4. Ben Lowe (Ind), -6.962

5. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), -10.941

6. Shayna Texter-Bauman (Ind), -4 laps, DNF

 

 

Provisional Parts Unlimited AFT Singles Al Lamb’s Dallas Honda Challenge Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Trevor Brunner (Yam), 4 laps

2. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), -0.099 second

3. Kody Kopp (KTM), -0.672

4. Dalton Gauthier (Hon), -4.701 seconds

 

 

Provisional Mission SuperTwins Mission #2Fast2Tasty Challenge Results (all on Dunlop tires):

1. Dallas Daniels (Yam), 4 laps

2. Briar Bauman (Ind), -0.258 second

3. Jared Mees (Ind), -0.324

4. JD Beach (Yam), -2.272 seconds

 

 

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

1. Jesse Janisch (Har), 14 laps

2. Michael Rush (Har), -0.904 second

3. Cameron Smith (Yam), -9.582 seconds

4. Cory Texter (Yam), -9.944

5. Nick Armstrong (Yam), -13.657

6. Johnny Lewis (Roy), -26.016

7. Billy Ross (Har), -26.273

8. Shelby Miller (KTM), -43.099

9. Michael Hill (Yam), -1 lap

10. Jimmy McAllister (Kaw), -13 laps, DNF

11. Kasey Sciscoe (Kaw), -14 laps, DNF

 

 

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

1. Trevor Brunner (Yam), 14 laps

2. Max Whale (KTM), -2.138 seconds

3. Brandon Kitchen (Hus), -2.141

4. Trent Lowe (Hon), -2.249

5. Kody Kopp (KTM), -3.357

6. Dalton Gauthier (Hon), -6.062

7. Morgen Mischler (Hon), -9.068

8. Chase Saathoff (Hon), -11.230

9. Travis Petton (Hon), -12.523

10. Hunter Bauer (KTM), -14.559

11. Chad Cose (Hon), -16.868

12. Ferran Cardus (Hon), -16.891

13. Tyler Raggio (Hon), -22.116

14. Gage Smith (Hon), -22.225

15. Aidan RoosEvans (Hon), -22.432

16. Justin Jones (Hon), -24.405

17. Ryan Wells (Hon), -4 laps, DNF

 

 

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

1. Dallas Daniels (Yam), 17 laps

2. Jared Mees (Ind), -0.314 second

3. Briar Bauman (Ind), -1.142 seconds

4. JD Beach (Yam), -4.813

5. Brandon Robinson (Ind), -8.540

6. Davis Fisher (Ind), -12.055

7. Ben Lowe (Ind), -16.945

8. Jesse Janisch (PT) (Har), -19.158

9. Cameron Smith (PT) (Yam), -20.589

10. Andrew Luker (Ind), -21.792

11. Bronson Bauman (Har), -23.715

12. Jeffrey Carver (Har), -1 lap

13. Michael Rush (PT) (Har), -5 laps, DNF

14. Shayna Texter-Bauman (Ind), -9 laps, DNF

15. Jarod Vanderkooi (Ind), -12 laps, DNF

16. Cory Texter (PT) (Yam), -14 laps, DNF

 

 

 

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

Unbreakable Daniels Wins Sacramento Mile

 

Dallas Daniels (32) won the AFT Mission SuperTwins race at the Sacramento Mile. Photo courtesy AFT.
Dallas Daniels (32) won the AFT Mission SuperTwins race at the Sacramento Mile. Photo courtesy AFT.

 

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (August 20, 2022) – Rising Progressive American Flat Track star Dallas Daniels (No. 32 Estenson Racing Yamaha MT-07 DT) passed the ultimate test of nerves and skill to win the Mission SuperTwins presented by S&S Cycle Main Event in Saturday night’s Mission Legendary Sacramento Mile powered by Law Tigers  at Cal Expo in Sacramento, California.

Daniels grabbed the holeshot from pole, putting him directly in the sights of defending Mission SuperTwins king Jared Mees (No. 1 Indian Motorcycle/Progressive Insurance FTR750) with two-time champ Briar Bauman (No. 3 Indian Motorcycle/Progressive Insurance FTR750) right in tow.

The Sacramento Mile has long favored experience over youth, and Mees called on every bit of the experience he’d gained in winning the last four Sacramento Miles to challenge Daniels. The factory Indian ace applied heavy pressure throughout, showed his front wheel on a handful of occasions, and then rehearsed a finish-line strike as the clock ticked down. But none of it was enough to force the unflappable rookie into a costly error on circuit where such a mistake could have come all too easily.

All the while, Bauman remained in their draft, never quite close enough to attempt a move, but close enough to take advantage should either Daniels or Mees bobble. The eventual third-place finish was Bauman’s fifth consecutive podium finish, although Mees’ runner-up allowed him to stretch his advantage out to nine points over Bauman (229-220). Daniels, meanwhile, drew nearer with his triumph, now just 16 points back at 213.

Daniels said, “It was definitely tough. These guys are so good. The talent in this class is insane. Leading that whole race was stressful. I was riding super tight and struggling really bad in Turns 3 and 4. I knew those guys were right on me.

“Me and the boss – (Tommy) Hayden – went over a little strategy to use at the end that I think played well. I don’t have a lot of experience out here, so I’m trying to learn as much as I can. This is great for me – learning how to lead a whole Mile race. At the Red Mile, I was able to follow Jared and see what he was doing. But I had to set the pace tonight, and it was tough – really tough. It wasn’t easy by any means. Sacramento is such a legendary track – I’m so pumped to win here.”

Any hopes for a four-rider clash for victory were extinguished from the start; JD Beach (No. 95 Estenson Racing Yamaha MT-07 DT) just didn’t have the pace to battle with his title rivals on this night, instead falling into a scrap with Brandon Robinson (No. 44 Mission Roof Systems Indian FTR750) for fourth.

Beach eventually shook free of the Mission Roof Systems runner to come home clear in the position and up his championship tally to an even 200.

Behind Robinson, sixth-place went to a lonely Davis Fisher (No. 67 Bob Lanphere’s BMC Racing Indian FTR750) while Ben Lowe (No. 25 Rackley Racing/Mission Foods Indian FTR750), Jesse Janisch (No. 33 Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson XG750R), Cameron Smith (No. 34 Thee Cathy Gray/Al Barker Yamaha MT-07), and Andrew Luker (No. 11 Rackley Racing/Keeran Racing Indian FTR750) rounded out the top ten.

Mission Production Twins presented by Vance & Hines

Jesse Janisch (No. 33 Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson XG750R) took another huge step in his march toward the ‘22 Mission Production Twins presented by Vance & Hines throne.

The Wisconsin native had been all but unstoppable over the past five races, a trend that’s carried over from Half-Mile to TT to Mile alike. And again, it was the now familiar story on Saturday night, as the Vance & Hines ace topped practice, both qualifying sessions, and his Semi – and typically by significant margins – ahead of the Main Event.

Once there, however, Janisch found himself pushed to the limit by a hugely motivated Mikey Rush (No. 15 Helipower Racing/Las Vegas Harley-Davidson XG750R), who was desperate to win in front of his home-state fans.

The two powered away off the start and soon became embroiled in a tense all-XG750R struggle for the victory. Both riders took their turn at the front before Janisch finally eked out a bit of breathing space just as he opened the final two laps.

He was then forced to navigate one final potential pitfall, encountering a pair of lappers as he tiptoed around Turns 3 and 4 for the final time. With that out of the way, Janisch put his head down to reel in his sixth win of the season.

“I was just trying to be smooth,” Janisch said. “The track was getting brutal out there. It was super technical, and Mikey was showing me some lines out there. I tried to latch on to him and follow him and learn where I could be a little bit better. I’ll be honest – I thought he was going to be there at the end, so I tried to get ahead of him and slow him down a little bit.

“The Vance & Hines guys brought me one heck of a horse today. It was awesome and gives me some good confidence going into two Miles at Springfield.”

Cameron Smith (No. 34 Thee Cathy Gray/Al Barker Yamaha MT-07) made Janisch’s night that much better. Smith won out in a three-rider melee for the final spot on the podium, edging defending class champion Cory Texter (No. 1 G&G Racing/Yamaha Racing Yamaha MT-07) for the position with Nick Armstrong (No. 60 Competitive Racing Frames/Lessley Brothers Yamaha MT-07) just behind in fifth.

As a result, Janisch boosted his title advantage to 24 points (264-240. With just four races to go, that strips Texter of control over his own destiny as four runner-ups would now be enough to seal the championship for Janisch even if Texter managed to win out from here.

Parts Unlimited AFT Singles presented by KICKER

The streaking Trevor Brunner (No. 21 Estenson Racing Yamaha YZ450F) made it three straight Parts Unlimited AFT Singles presented by KICKER wins in Sacramento, picking right back up where he left off at Cal Expo a season ago, despite swapping his Turner Racing Honda for an Estenson Racing Yamaha in the meantime.

Brunner married his Sacramento Mile success with his spectacular ‘22 midseason form and proved more than a match for the rest of the field. He sent a bold overtaking maneuver around the outside of early leader Kody Kopp (No. 12 Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 450 SX-FFE) and went on to register a commanding victory

Despite getting his campaign off to something of a rocky beginning, Brunner has now logged two wins, a second, and a third in his last four outings.

After chalking up a 2.138-second margin of victory, he said, “This team is amazing to ride for. We were way back in qualifying, and they tweaked it, and it made a world of a difference for the Semi. They tweaked it a little more, and it got a little better for the (Al Lamb’s Dallas Honda) Challenge. They tweaked it a little more, and it was just phenomenal in the Main Event. It really is a pleasure to ride for Estenson Racing Monster Energy Yamaha. These guys work their tails off for me, and I can’t thank them enough.”

By contrast, second-place was heated affair, featuring Kopp and Dalton Gauthier (No. 79 American Honda/Progressive Insurance CRF450R) early and then Max Whale (No. 18 Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 450 SX-FFE), Brandon Kitchen (No. 80 Vance & Hines/Husqvarna Motorcycles FC450), and Trent Lowe (No. 48 Mission Foods/Al Lamb’s Dallas Honda CRF450R) late.

Kitchen, who looked to be Brunner’s biggest threat coming out of the Semis, fought his way back from a poor start to finally blast into second. But his charge then reversed, with Whale countering to take back the runner-up spot and hold it over Kitchen by a scant 0.003 seconds at the stripe.

Lowe finished another 0.108 second back in fourth with Kopp rounding out the top five.

Second-ranked Morgen Mischler (No. 13 American Honda/Progressive Insurance CRF450R) finished one position behind teammate Gauthier in seventh, but it could have been much worse. Mischler was forced to use his provisional start after a rear brake issue spoiled his Semi. He then snaked his way up to seventh from the fifth row in an admirable effort to minimize the damage done to his championship position.

Kopp remains well clear in front, now 48 points up on Mischler (257-209). However, the race for second is officially on, with Brunner (204), Gauthier (198), and Whale (193) all firmly in the hunt.

The Mission Legendary Sacramento Mile powered by Law Tigers will premiere on FS1 on Saturday, August 27, at 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT, including exclusive features, cutting-edge aerial drone and onboard footage, and expert commentary.

Next Up:

Progressive AFT continues its late-season run of fabled Miles with a Labor Day Weekend doubleheader. The Mission Springfield Mile I & II will take place on September 3-4 at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield, Illinois. Visit https://store.americanflattrack.com/ebooking/ticket/view/id/3668 to reserve your tickets today.

You can catch the livestream of all the weekend’s racing activities on FansChoice.tv. FansChoice.tv provides free-to-view livestreaming of Practice and Qualifying. FansChoice.tv subscribers will then be able to watch the drama unfold from Opening Ceremonies through the Semis, Main Events, and podium celebrations. FansChoice.tv offers two subscription options, granting unlimited access to premium AFT content. Monthly subscriptions start at just $7.99, while a six-month subscription is available for $44.99.

For more information on Progressive AFT visit https://www.americanflattrack.com.

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How to Watch:

FOX Sports and FansChoice.tv are the official homes for coverage of Progressive American Flat Track. For the 2022 season, all races will premiere in one-hour telecasts on FS1 during highly desirable weekend time slots. The complete schedule can be viewed at https://www.americanflattrack.com/events-foxsports. FansChoice.tv provides livestreaming coverage of every Progressive AFT round at http://www.FansChoice.tv.

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