MotoAmerica: Mission King Of The Baggers Challenge Results

MotoAmerica: Mission King Of The Baggers Challenge Results

© 2024, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By David Swarts.

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Troy Herfoss won the MotoAmerica Mission King Of The Baggers Challenge Saturday at Road America, in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. Riding his S&S Indian Challenger on Dunlop rain tires, the reigning Australian Superbike Champion won the wet, two-lap sprint by just 0.047 second over Harley-Davidson Factory Racing’s James Rispoli, earning the $5,000 winner-take-all cash prize.

Rispoli’s teammate Kyle Wyman was a distant third, just ahead of Herfoss’ teammate Tyler O’Hara.

Hayden Gillim, the defending King Of The Baggers Champion, crashed in Turn Five during the Challenge. Gillim got to his feet, but he was taken away from the scene in an ambulance and his condition was not known at post time.



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