MotoAmerica: Mission King Of The Baggers Race One Results From COTA

MotoAmerica: Mission King Of The Baggers Race One Results From COTA

© 2023, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. By David Swarts.


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Kyle Wyman took the MotoAmerica Mission King Of The Baggers Championship point lead with a victory in Race One Saturday at Circuit of The Americas, in Austin, Texas. Riding his Screamin’ Eagle Harley-Davidson Road Glide, Wyman won the six-lap race by 2.165 seconds.

Hayden Gillim, the point leader coming into the race, finished second on his Vance & Hines/Mission Foods Harley-Davidson, and Gillim’s teammate James Rispoli made it a Harley-Davidson sweep of the podium with third.

Progressive Insurance/Mission Foods Indian’s Tyler O’Hara, the defending Champion, and Jeremy McWilliams did not start the race.

O’Hara crashed his Indian when the chain broke during the Challenge dash-for-cash and a damaged radiator was discovered on the repaired machine just prior to the start of Race One. McWilliams, meanwhile, had just crashed in Super Hooligan Race One and was too beaten up to start King Of The Baggers Race One.




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