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MotoAmerica at Road America

That's a lot of 'Merica, right there in that headline. Brought to you by our Man In the Field, bringing great photo coverage of today's Superbike race 1 in Elkhart Lake, Wis.
You want results? Go here: Superbike Planet  You want photos? See below.

Cameron Beaubier (1) has the lead in front of Toni Elias (24) and Roger Hayden (95) during the Motul Superbike race during MotoAmerica Series Presents the Championship at Road America Saturday, June 3, 2017 at Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis. The riders finished in that order.

Hauling ass and taking names.

Nicky Hayden tribute.




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