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Beaubier Does The Medallia Superbike Double At WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca

Cameron Beaubier Wins Both Races On Sunday After A Crash On Saturday


via www.motoamerica.com MONTEREY, CA (July 9, 2023) – Tytlers Cycle Racing’s Cameron Beaubier had about as good of a Sunday as a person can have as he stormed to two MotoAmerica Medallia Superbike victories at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca a day after what was for him, a miserable Saturday.


Beaubier had similar battles in both of the Medallia Superbike races but with different foes. In race one, he hounded Fresh N Lean Progressive Yamaha Racing’s Jake Gagne for 15 of the 20 laps before making a pass and pulling away to a 2.423-second win over the defending two-time champion. Three hours later, Beaubier did it again only this time it was Warhorse HSBK Racing Ducati’s Josh Herrin leading until the very last lap only to get passed by Beaubier, who won his second race on the day – this time by .620 of a second.


Cam Beaubier Laguna Seca
Cameron Beaubier (6) was perfect on Sunday, winning both races. Josh Herrin (2) was third and second in the two races. Photo by Brian J. Nelson

Beaubier’s two wins were his fourth and fifth of the season and the 58th and 59th of his AMA Superbike career. The two wins came a day after he crashed out of race one on the opening lap after Cameron Petersen crashed in front of him, leaving him nowhere to go.


Herrin, who is still nursing the injuries suffered in his Q2 crash at Ridge Motorsports Park two weeks ago, was third and second in the two races on Sunday.


Gagne, the championship points leader, was second in race one and crossed the line second in race two, as well. However, he was given a two-second penalty for exceeding track limits and that penalty dropped him to third behind Herrin.


Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Richie Escalante continues to prove that he’s now a Medallia Superbike front runner as he scored two fourth-place finishes on Sunday, beating Fresh N Lean Progressive Yamaha Racing’s Cameron Petersen in both races by 7.9 and 1.4 seconds, respectively.


Westby Racing’s Mathew Scholtz had a weekend to forget as he finished sixth and eighth in the two Sunday races.


Tytlers Cycle Racing’s PJ Jacobsen couldn’t match his podium finish from Saturday on Sunday as mechanical problems knocked him out of race two prior to him finishing sixth in race three.


Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki’s Brandon Paasch, meanwhile, had a weekend he will always remember as he concluded his factory Suzuki debut weekend with eighth- and seventh-place finishes a day after finishing fifth.


The third of the Tytlers Cycle Racing BMW M 1000 RRs was ridden to seventh and ninth in Sunday’s two races by Corey Alexander.


Disrupt Racing’s Hayden Gillim had a busy day with two Superbike races and a Mission King Of The Baggers race and he was ninth and 10th in the two Superbike races.


After five rounds and 11 races, Gagne and Beaubier each have five wins, but Gagne has a 34-point lead on his former teammate, 217-183. Herrin, with one victory on the year, is third with 178 points. Escalante and his 127 points are eight better than Scholtz, who slips to fifth in the championship points chase.



Superbike Race Two

  1. Cameron Beaubier (BMW)

  2. Jake Gagne (Yamaha)

  3. Josh Herrin (Ducati)

  4. Richie Escalante (Suzuki)

  5. Cameron Petersen (Yamaha)

  6. Mathew Scholtz (Yamaha)

  7. Corey Alexander (BMW)

  8. Brandon Paasch (Suzuki)

  9. Hayden Gillim (Suzuki)

  10. Max Flinders (Yamaha)


Superbike Race Three

  1. Cameron Beaubier (BMW)

  2. Josh Herrin (Ducati)

  3. Jake Gagne (Yamaha)

  4. Richie Escalante (Suzuki)

  5. Cameron Petersen (Yamaha)

  6. PJ Jacobsen (BMW)

  7. Brandon Paasch (Suzuki)

  8. Mathew Scholtz (Yamaha)

  9. Corey Alexander (BMW)

  10. Hayden Gillim (Suzuki)



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