KurveyGirl.com brings you the results of this weekend’s events.
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Kyle Wyman claimed provisional pole for the MotoAmerica Mission King Of The Baggers during qualifying at New Jersey Motorsports Park (NJMP), in Millville, New Jersey. Riding his Screamin’ Eagle Harley-Davidson Road Glide in dry conditions during Qualifying One (Q1) on Friday, the New Yorker lapped the 2.25-mile Thunderbolt Raceway course in 1:24.447, which broke his own All-Time Lap Record of 1:24.553 from 2022. Then when rain hit NJMP during Saturday’s Qualifying Two (Q2), Wyman’s time became insurmountable, securing pole position for him.
Defending Champion Tyler O’Hara will start from the second spot on the grid thanks to the 1:24.639 he recorded during Q1 on his Progressive Insurance/Mission Foods Indian Challenger. Championship point leader Hayden Gillim ended up third on the grid based on the 1:24.647 he did during Q1 on his Vance & Hines/Mission Foods Harley-Davidson Road Glide.
Riders qualifying on the second row included Wyman’s teammate and younger brother Travis Wyman (1:25.410), Gillim’s teammate James Rispoli (1:25.421), and Sac Mile/SDI Racing/Roland Sands Design Indian’s Bobby Fong (1:25.822).
Kyle Wyman (1:41.475) was also fastest in wet conditions during Q2, but Rispoli (1:41.577) and Gillim (1:41.680) were close to his pace.