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Simply Amazing, Pegram does the double on his Ducati 1098R!

Leading from flag to flag in both races, Pegram has really shown he's got the pace at some of the tighter tracks.

In race one, some good battles between Bostrom and Tommy Hayden slowed the two of them down enough for Pegram to get away. Pegram suffered some bike issues and major traffic, which closed the gap of almost 7 seconds, down to 3 seconds by the end.

In race two, Pegram repeated his race one actions. Bostrom suffered a mechanical failure and ended up finishing the race, but towards the back.

Race One Results:
1. Larry Pegram (Duc 1098R), 20 laps
2. Ben Bostrom (Yam YZF-R1), -2.184 seconds
3. Blake Young (Suz GSX-R1000), -2.457
4. Tommy Hayden (Suz GSX-R1000), -2.653
5. Aaron Yates (Suz GSX-R1000), -3.197
6. Josh Hayes (Yam YZF-R1), -7.472
7. Jake Holden (Hon CBR1000RR), -13.629
8. Geoff May (Suz GSX-R1000), -18.164
9. Taylor Knapp (Suz GSX-R1000), -34.852
10. Neil Hodgson (Hon CBR1000RR), -36.10

Race Two Results:
1. Larry Pegram (Duc 1098R), 20 laps
2. Tommy Hayden (Suz GSX-R1000), -0.333 second
3. Josh Hayes (Yam YZF-R1), -5.845 seconds
4. Jake Holden (Hon CBR1000RR), -13.005
5. Taylor Knapp (Suz GSX-R1000), -18.988
6. Neil Hodgson (Hon CBR1000RR), -19.432
7. Michael Laverty (Suz GSX-R1000), -21.444
8. Blake Young (Suz GSX-R1000), -48.944
9. Chris Ulrich (Suz GSX-R1000), -63.426
10. Scott Charlton (Suz GSX-R1000), -71.316

Pegram takes 3rd position in the over-all championship and with three wins to his name, he ties with the Josh Hayes for the only other rider to win races this season besides championship leader Mladin.

Congrats to Pegram and his team, Bravo for a job well done!



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Right on!! Good for Larry!
You can bet his budget will be increased for next year and you can kiss Ducati Contingency goodbye for another year.
Those green bikes are starting to look better and better, huh? ;)
 

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Congratulations to Larry and the team.

Ducati North America probably can’t believe it’s luck. Supporting Team Foremost Ducati allowed for a relatively inexpensive pseudo return to factory Ducati racing in the AMA series but the expectations can’t have been too high. They obviously weren’t counting on Larry Pegram, who broke his decade long drought of Superbike wins by standing on top of the dais at Road America and then has followed that up with double victories this weekend to move into 3rd in the standings for the inaugural, AMA American Superbike Championship. Details here
 

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Those green bikes are starting to look better and better, huh? ;)
Kawi cut their support in the US earlier this year. :(

So the only manufacturers still supporting are Honda (limited), Yamaha (not so great) and Suzuki (pretty poor).

Oh well! I hope Larry gets a factory ride next season. With Mladin gone, he should be able to do well. Thats if the DMG allow his "Ducati" which is not a Buell, win any more races...



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Kawi cut their support in the US earlier this year. :(

So the only manufacturers still supporting are Honda (limited), Yamaha (not so great) and Suzuki (pretty poor).

Oh well! I hope Larry gets a factory ride next season. With Mladin gone, he should be able to do well. Thats if the DMG allow his "Ducati" which is not a Buell, win any more races...
Huh??? Kawi money is the best out there this year, then Suzuki, then Yamaha and Honda....

The Duc will be left alone, it's not dominant.
 

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I'm sure everyone knows I'm a big fan of Larry. He did GREAT this weekend and everyone on this forum should be proud he represented Ducati so well. The racing this weekend was GREAT. I hope Larry gets a buttload more money from Ducati next year and perhaps true "factory support" without having to run a team out of his home. Maybe Suzuki fans will get sick of seeing Larry on the podium every weekend! :p
 
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