MotoAmerica: O’Hara On Super Hooligan Pole Position At COTA

MotoAmerica: O’Hara On Super Hooligan Pole Position At COTA

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

 

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Tyler O’Hara claimed pole position during MotoAmerica Mission Super Hooligan Qualifying Two (Q2) Saturday morning at Circuit of The Americas (COTA), in Austin, Texas. The defending Champion and his Progressive Insurance/Mission Foods Indian FTR 1200 ripped around the 3.4-mile, 20-turn course in 2:16.734 to lead the field of 47 entries.

O’Hara’s teammate Jeremy McWilliams, the fastest rider in the class during the heat of Friday afternoon, came out second-best with a 2:17.649.

Andy DiBrino secured the third and final spot on the front row with a time of 2:20.329 on his DiBrino Racing KTM 890 Duke R.

 

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