MotoAmerica: Wolfe Earns Junior Cup Pole Position At Road Atlanta

MotoAmerica: Wolfe Earns Junior Cup Pole Position At Road Atlanta

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Ryan Wolfe earned pole position during MotoAmerica Junior Cup Qualifying Two (Q2) Saturday morning at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, in Braselton, Georgia. Riding his Wolfe Racing Kawasaki Ninja 400 on Dunlop control tires, Wolfe turned a 1:42.906 on his last lap around the 2.55-mile course. That was the only lap to surpass the 1:42.976 that Yandel Medina did to lead the field in Qualifying One (Q1) and it got Wolfe pole position.

New York Safety Track’s Medina was not able to go faster in Q2, but his time from Q1 held up to get the second spot on the grid.

Avery Dreher, the defending Junior Cup Champion, did improve on his time in Q2, turning a 1:43.281 (from 1:43.768) on his Bad Boys Racing Ninja 400, securing the third and final spot on the front row.





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