MotoAmerica: Rain During Q2 Secures Junior Cup Pole For Scott

MotoAmerica: Rain During Q2 Secures Junior Cup Pole For Scott

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MotoAmerica Junior Cup Qualifying Two Saturday morning at Barber Motorsports Park was shut down after 11 of its scheduled 30 minutes due to lightning in the immediate vicinity of the track.

Those 11 minutes were held in wet conditions, and Veloce Racing’s David Kohlstaedt was quickest with a time of 2:01.460 on his Kawasaki Ninja 400.

The session was ruled complete, which secured pole position for Tyler Scott. Scott, age 15, did a 1:35.553 on his Scott Powersports KTM RC 390 R in dry conditions during Friday’s first qualifying session.

As of 10:00 a.m. local time, on-track activities remained on hold due to the lightning. Rain, heavy at times, continued to fall at the track.




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