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MotoAmerica Road Atlanta : Cameron Beaubier domine la course 1

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The first MotoAmerica Superbike race at Road Atlanta is back to normal: Cameron Beaubier dominates, and the Attack Yamaha team makes the double with Jake Gagne 2nd.

The climbs and descents of Road Atlanta further reinforce Cameron Beaubier’s class, handling and extraordinary speed. The third round of the MotoAmerica Superbike season opened with a new domination of the quadruple champion of the category derived from the series across the Atlantic. Coming to Georgia in an attempt to make up for last month’s naive mistake in Race 2 at Elkhart Lake, “Cam” regained the victory as he sees fit: having fun, but above all dominating.

ALWAYS BEAUBIER
Inaccessible during practice and the Superpole, the reigning MotoAmerica champion did what he wanted in the race. Only contested when the red lights went out by his teammate Jake Gagne, he had already taken the lead on the second lap and did not leave it until the checkered flag was lowered. This is Beaubier’s fourth victory in five races and, in fact, he has set the record straight after the Road America error, with all the conditions to repeat that tomorrow in Race 2.

THE CRUMBS IN THE COMPETITION
With magnificent and spectacular riding, Cameron Beaubier legitimizes a MotoAmerica Superbike at historic lows. Nineteen starters, 16 at the finish, including only 8 pilots in the same lap (!). There are therefore only crumbs left for the rivals except for a certain Jake Gagne, second to complete the Attack Performance Yamaha double, but still 5 real seconds (last lap celebrations excluded…) from his teammate. This podium is also the best advertising message for the house of three tuning forks which places three R1s in the first three places, thanks to the private Mathew Scholtz, third ahead of the two Suzuki of Team Hammer Inc./M4 ​​of the 2017 Champion Toni Elias (4th) and Bobby Fong (5th), back from the victory of Race 2 in the second round of Road America.

HERRIN AND WYMAN OUTSIDE
Two protagonists withdrawn from this race respond to the name of Josh Herrin and Kyle Wyman. The 2013 AMA Superbike champion had to hoist the white flag due to sudden problems with his (old) BMW S1000RRR lined up by Scheibe Racing, part of the pit lane… in an exotic way!

Overheating problems led to the withdrawal of Kyle Wyman, the author of a double podium at Road America with the Ducati Panigale V4 R which, under these circumstances, came to a stop on the 4th lap while riding in full top -3.

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Alessio Piana

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