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Old 09-14-2015, 09:40 AM   #1
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MotoAmerica: New Jersey Superbike/Superstock 1000 Race Two Results

146 0915 hayes new jersey 01 0?itokW S2Ekqh Josh Hayes admitted that he didn't think he had the chance to win today at New Jersey, but in the end was able to get the best of Cameron Beaubier and Roger Hayden, the latter still fighting to give Suzuki its first win of the 2015 season. Unfortunately for Hayes, Beaubier's third place finish in race two (note results below are for combined Superbike/ Superstock 1000 classes, which are scored separately) was enough to earn him the first-ever MotoAmerica Superbike championship title.

Position Rider Class Gap1 Josh Hayes Superbike -2 Roger Hayden Superbike .0443 Jake Gagne Superstock 1000 11.4924 Taylor Knapp Superstock 1000 20.2635 Joshua Day Superstock 1000 20.8006 Cameron Beaubier Superbike 23.3667 Kyle Wyman Superstock 1000 28.2578 Danny Eslick Superstock 1000 30.8189 Chris Ulrich Superbike 35.12110 Chris Fillmore Superbike 40.00311 Steve Rapp Superstock 1000 41.82012 Mark Heckles Superstock 1000 48.53313 Geoff May Superbike 53.26514 Anthony Kosinski Superstock 1000 80.29815 Barrett Long Superstock 1000 1 Lap16 Tyler O’Hara Superstock 1000 1 Lap17 Walt Sipp Superstock 1000 1 Lap18 Elena Myers Superbike 3 Laps19 Jeremy Cook Superstock 1000 4 Laps20 Shane Narbonne Superstock 1000 DNF21 Frankie Babuska Superstock 1000 DNF22 Jordan Szoke Superstock 1000 DNF23 Josh Chisum Superstock 1000 DNF24 Jake Lewis Superbike DNSJosh Hayes and Roger Hayden battled all race long, while Cameron Beaubier dropped back behind a trio of Superstock 1000 riders (but still third in the Superbike class) to earn his first Superbike title.

After the race, Beaubier admitted that it’s likely he’ll stay in the States for the 2016 season.

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