2013 Daytona 200 | Results

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  • 2013 Daytona 200 | Results Sturgess Cycle Triumph's Elena Myers
  • 2013 Daytona 200 | Results Y.E.S. Graves Yamaha's Cameron Beaubier at pit stop
  • 2013 Daytona 200 | Results MPH Racing Honda's Melissa Paris
  • 2013 Daytona 200 | Results Desmo Veloce Ducati's Jake Zemke leads the Daytona 200
  • 2013 Daytona 200 | Results RoadRace Factory Yamaha's J.D. Beach
  • 2013 Daytona 200 | Results Y.E.S. Graves Yamaha's Cameron Beaubier

 

2013 72nd Daytona 200 Winners

Spoiler Alert: 2013 Daytona 200 results listed below

The 2013 AMA Pro Road Racing season throttled into action this weekend at Daytona International Speedway, highlighted by the 72nd running of the iconic Daytona 200.

The 57-lap race on the 3.51-mile road course at Daytona is the ultimate challenge for not only AMA riders, but their perspective teams due to pit stops and mechanical upkeep of the sportbikes.

And one team that mastered the techniques needed to win such an enduring race was the Y.E.S. Graves Yamaha team and its rider, Cameron Beaubier.

The Roseville, Calif., native was quickest all weekend, dominating practice for the Daytona 200, and also claiming the pole. Beaubier then put in another dominating performance at the Daytona 200 race, leading 50 of 57 laps.

He would take the win by over 22 seconds ahead of teammate Garret Gerolff, with Triple Crown RMR Yamaha’s Bobby Fong finishing third. Yamaha YZF-R6 sportbikes also filled the fourth and fifth positions with RoadRace Factory riders Jake Gange and J.D. Beach, respectively.

Cameron Beaubier (Y.E.S. Graves Yamaha YZF-R6 SportBike) says: “I’m pretty tired right now, but I’m just trying to soak everything in. I rode as hard as I could the first stint and then be super-consistent. I had one little mess-up – I ran wide in Turn 1 – and then after that I just calmed down and kept clicking off laps. My Yamaha Extended Service Monster Energy Graves Yamaha ran awesome. They gave me two awesome pit stops, and I just rode as hard as I could. I can’t thank them enough.”

Gerloff’s second place was well earned, considering the Texan broke his leg during a nasty crash at last year’s Daytona 200. Gerloff was one of three riders who lead the Daytona 200. Gerloff led in the beginning (two laps), before Beaubier took over.

Garret Gerloff (Y.E.S. Graves Yamaha YZF-R6 SportBike) says: “(The race was) longer than I thought it would be, but it was awesome. It was awesome to be in the front group at the beginning and then Cameron started pulling away and we started pulling him back. Every once in a while we’d pass him and then he made a run for it and kind of got away. I tried to catch up but I just couldn’t do it. Big thanks to my team for awesome pit stops and all the testing we do. That’s why we’re 1-2 on the podium. I think this is going to be an awesome year and I just want to keep it rolling.”

Fong, who has been a top contender in the AMA GoPro Daytona SportBike class since joining the class in 2009, made a few mistakes in the beginning of the race, and wasn’t able to keep within Beaubier’s draft. He would finish just over 38 seconds behind.

Bobby Fong (Triple Crown RMR Yamaha YZF-R6 SportBike) says: “I made a mistake in the beginning of the race – the bike was hitting false neutrals, and I let Cameron get away. So I had to ride pretty much by myself the whole time. It was a long race but the training I did this off-season paid off.

“My bike worked great the whole time – I was just out there circulating, trying to maintain my position. It’s the best finish I’ve ever had at Daytona so thanks to everyone for helping me out.”

The only other rider besides the Y.E.S. Graves Yamaha riders to lead was Desmo Veloce Ducati’s Jake Zemke, who controlled the race for five laps. Zemke, the 2006 Daytona 200 winner (Honda CBR600RR), would battle in the top 10, but had to retire after 31 laps due to issues with the Ducati 848EVO.

Following the RoadRace Factory Yamaha riders of Gange and Beach was Steve Rapp, who was substituting for Dane Westby on the GEICO Honda CBR600RR.

Finishing seventh was two-time AMA SuperSport Champion James Rispoli on the National Guard/Celtic Racing Suzuki GSX-R600. He finished ahead of Ben Young on his self-owned Yamaha YZF-R6.

History was made in the Daytona 200 due to the two riders who finished in ninth and 10th – Sturgess Cycle Triumph’s Elena Myers and MPH Racing Honda’s Melissa Paris. The two were the first women to finish in the top 10 at the Daytona 200. The top female finish at the race before was 18th (Melissa Paris, 2011).

The top Ducati finisher out of 31 bikes was Barret Long aboard the Longevity Racing 848EVO; Long finished 11th.

SPEED will broadcast the 2013 Daytona 200 at 1:30 p.m. EST Sunday.

2013 Daytona 200 Results:

PosNo.Rider(s)TeamBikeIntervalGapBest LapPoints
16Cameron BeaubierYamaha Extended Service, Graves, YamahaYamaha YZF-R657 LapsWINNER1:50.52932
28Garrett GerloffYamaha Extended Service, Graves, YamahaYamaha YZF-R622.25422.2541:50.69225
350Bobby FongTriple Crown/RMRYamaha YZF-R638.14315.8881:51.00221
432Jake GagneRoadRace FactoryYamaha YZF-R61:08.75530.6121:50.08718
595JD BeachRoadRace FactoryYamaha YZF-R61:17.6088.8531:50.92416
65Steve RappGEICO Motorcycle Road RacingHonda CBR600RR56 Laps1 Lap1:52.18215
743James RispoliNational Guard/Celtic RacingSuzuki GSX-R6001.0681.0681:50.79614
886Ben YoungBen Young RacingYamaha YZF-R61:20.8801:19.8121:53.06313
921Elena MyersSturgess Cycle TriumphTriumph Daytona 67555 Laps1 Lap1:53.36212
1013Melissa ParisMPH RacingHonda CBR600RR16.31216.3121:53.99511
1129Barrett LongLongevity RacingDucati 84845.39829.0861:54.28510
1224Scott RyanStiles RacingYamaha YZF-R61:22.34636.9471:55.4809
13333Tristan PalmerHuggys SpeedshopKawasaki ZX-6R54 Laps1 Lap1:55.6508
1484Anthony FaniaKSW RacingYamaha YZF-R64.3654.3651:55.0807
157Fernando AmantiniTeam AmantiniYamaha YZF-R622.74418.3791:52.8716
1641Luke MosseyGB RacingYamaha YZF-R624.4501.7051:53.6335
17166Brian KcragetTOBC RacingSuzuki GSX-R60048.91624.4661:56.1994
1825Barry BurrellADR Motorsports 2Yamaha YZF-R652.2613.3441:56.4923
19888Luke StaplefordProfile RacingKawasaki ZX-6R53.7021.4411:54.6912
20966Daniel OrtegaDanOrtegaRacing.comYamaha YZF-R652 Laps2 Laps1:57.2421
2164Shane NarbonneSix-FourMotorsports.comSuzuki GSX-R60051 Laps1 Lap1:54.8590
2237John AshmeadOPR-LEVEL 10 RACINGKawasaki ZX-6R1:11.1721:11.1722:02.6450
2352Joey PascarellaRiders Discount Racing TriumphTriumph Daytona 67547 Laps4 Laps1:52.9050
2475Huntley NashLTD RacingYamaha YZF-R644 Laps3 Laps1:51.8070
2582Daniel GuevaraGuevara RacingSuzuki GSX-R60033 Laps11 Laps1:56.9890
2698Jake ZemkeDesmo VeloceDucati 84831 Laps2 Laps1:50.9700
2785Jake LewisMeen Motorsports RacingYamaha YZF-R616 Laps15 Laps1:52.4130
2840Jason DiSalvoLatus Motors RacingTriumph Daytona 6759 Laps7 Laps1:52.5880
293Benny SolisM4 Broaster Chicken RacingHonda CBR600RR4:42.8054:42.8051:52.0370
3042Kenny RiedmannSturgess Cycle TriumphTriumph Daytona 6755 Laps4 Laps1:54.8640
3174Bostjan SkubicInotherm Racing TeamYamaha YZF-R62 Laps3 Laps1:53.8730

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