Pegram’s season consisted of numerous highlights. At Daytona, Larry and the Ducati 1098R went through the speed trap at an impressive 199 miles per hour. In the race, Larry finished a close fourth. Fontana saw Larry injured in a first-lap pileup and it took several races for him to fully recover his health. By Infineon, Pegram had earned the podium and the team’s momentum grew. At Road America, Larry won a duel with seven-time AMA Superbike champ Mat Mladin that saw numerous lead changes and was perhaps the most exciting AMA Superbike battle in years.Pegram bettered the Elkhart weekend with his Topeka event, however. Larry won pole and emerged victorious in both races at Heartland Park, dominating the best in American Superbike. In addition to pure speed, Pegram and Ducati showed remarkable consistency, finishing every race in the points except for the aforementioned first Fontana race."We won three races and we ran competitive lap times at every track. I’m happy with where we are at right now. I think we could contend for a championship next year and I am really looking forward to 2010," said Pegram.