KurveyGirl.com brings you the results of this weekend’s events.
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Kyle Wyman won MotoAmerica Mission King Of The Baggers Race Two Sunday at New Jersey Motorsports Park, in Millville, New Jersey. Riding his Screamin’ Eagle Harley-Davidson Road Glide on a wet-but-drying track, Wyman won the eight-lap race by 3.724 seconds.
Vance & Hines/Mission Foods Harley-Davidson’s Hayden Gillim finished second in Race Two, but that was enough for the veteran to wrap up the 2023 King Of The Baggers Championship.
Max Flinders charged from 10th on the grid to third place — and his career-first MotoAmerica podium finish — on his M3/Revolution Performance Indian Challenger.
Bobby Fong got fourth on his Sac Mile/SDI Racing/Roland Sands Design Indian, and Jeremy McWilliams came home fifth on his Progressive Insurance/Mission Foods Indian.
Gillim’s teammate James Rispoli trailed Gillim by only seven points coming into the final race. Rispoli took the lead from the start and led the first lap, but he ran off in Turn One on Lap Two and eventually finished Race Two in seventh.
Defending Champion Tyler O’Hara started the race, but he did so with broken bones in his left foot from a crash earlier in the weekend and he Did Not Finish (DNF).