MotoAmerica Mission Tremendous Hooligan Nationwide Championship Daytona • Complete Motorbike


Inspiration Friday: Kickin' King of Baggers 2023


 Tremendous Hooligan Champion Tyler O’Hara Takes Early Factors Lead Following Again-to-Again Wins At Daytona Doubleheader

 Indian Motorbike Racing Comes Away with Podium End in Mission King of the Baggers,

O’Hara Ranks Fifth In Season Standings with 21 Factors, McWilliams Eighth with 19


MINNEAPOLIS (MARCH 14, 2023) – Following an offseason that expanded the aggressive panorama with new producers lining up for the MotoAmerica Mission Tremendous Hooligan Nationwide Championship (SHNC), it was Indian Motorbike Racing and its manufacturing unit group claiming the highest two spots on the leaderboard, following the season-opening doubleheader at Daytona Worldwide Speedway. Piloting a pair of S&S-built Progressive Mission Meals Indian FTRs, reigning SHNC champion Tyler O’Hara and teammate Jeremy McWilliams every left Daytona with a pair of podiums, together with back-to-back victories for O’Hara and third and second-place finishes for McWilliams.

On Friday, March 10, O’Hara strategically tailed RSD Indian FTR privateer Bobby Fong for practically the complete six-lap race. Ready for the ultimate lap to strike, O’Hara was capable of carry extra velocity by way of the chicane and go up and across the outdoors of Fong to seize the season’s first win by .0064 seconds. McWilliams rounded out the rostrum to finish the Indian FTR podium sweep.

“Bobby was operating quick all weekend and gapped me for a interval till I used to be capable of make up some floor. The lapper by way of the chicane positively performed an enormous function as I wasn’t positive if I used to be going to have the ability to draft cross him on the end,” mentioned O’Hara. “However what  a enjoyable race, and for Indian Motorbike to brush the rostrum simply exhibits how spectacular this Indian FTR actually is.”

Race 2 on Saturday, March 11, was crammed with loads of motion. After an early crash brought on a red-flag restart, it was a five-rider group on the entrance of the pack. Pushing exhausting within the group, KTM rider Andy DeBrino misplaced his entrance finish and laid his bike down, whereas Fong encountered a technical subject – making it a three-rider run for first between Harley-Davidson rider Corey West, O’Hara and McWilliams. Whereas West in the end crossed the end line first, a post-race bike inspection discovered an unlawful air consumption that resulted in a disqualification – awarding O’Hara his second win of the weekend and incomes McWilliams a second-place end.


Within the MotoAmerica Mission King of the Baggers (KOTB) class, O’Hara reached the rostrum with a third-place end in Race 1. Whereas the Indian Challenger had been operating quick all weekend, even clocking the weekend’s quickest velocity on a bagger at 182 mph, each O’Hara and McWilliams suffered technical points in Race 2. Indian Motorbike Racing concluded the opening rounds at Daytona with O’Hara in fifth (21 factors) and McWilliams in eighth (19 factors) on the season’s leaderboard.


“Our points this weekend had been particularly with our tires, MotoAmerica is a spec tire collection, we’re solely given one selection for tires for Daytona and so they failed with our larger speeds after 4 laps, however our new bikes are performing extremely effectively, with a considerably larger stage of each dealing with and energy, as evidenced by each our riders registering speeds of greater than 180 mph all through the weekend,” mentioned Gary Grey, Vice President – Racing, Expertise and Service for Indian Motorbike. “On the finish of the day, the efficiency of our Indian Challengers, coupled with our success within the Tremendous Hooligan class has us feeling extraordinarily optimistic and extremely motivated heading into the second spherical in Atlanta.”



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