First-Time Winners On MotoAmerica Undercard

BRASELTON, Ga. – Sunday was a day of first-time winners at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta, with Ben Gloddy and Teagg Hobbs joining HONOS Superbike winner Jake Gagne in winning their first MotoAmerica races on a sunny Sunday in Georgia. Meanwhile, third place went to Frankie Garcia, who raced his Roland Sands Design Indian Challenger to his second consecutive King Of The Baggers podium finish. “The Indian Challenger, you can go out and buy it and basically get all the parts that I’m running on my bike and come out and race. In Sunday morning’s Stock 1000 race two, the middle Wyman brother Travis rode his Travis Wyman Racing BMW to victory one day after finishing third in race one. Wyman caught up to and overtook early race leader Geoff May, who finished second aboard his Geoff May Racing/VisionWheel.com Honda. Meanwhile, Jones Honda rider Ashton Yates rounded out the podium after finishing second in Saturday’s race one. As a result, the podium after Sunday’s race two was completely different from Saturday’s race one podium.

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