MotoAmerica: Gagne Holds Onto Superbike Pole Position In Georgia

MotoAmerica: Gagne Holds Onto Superbike Pole Position In Georgia

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Mathew Scholtz crashed his Westby Racing Yamaha in MotoAmerica HONOS Superbike Qualifying Two Saturday morning at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta. The South African was able to pick his YZF-R1 up and ride it back to pit lane, and then after some quick repairs, Scholtz returned to the track and did a 1:23.852 to top the session.

Jake Gagne, however, had done a 1:23.746 (a new lap record) during Qualifying One on Friday, which earned him the pole position for Superbike Race One on Saturday afternoon.

The grid for Superbike Race Two, scheduled for Sunday afternoon, will be gridded based on the finishing order of the riders in Race One.

 

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