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Wyman Disqualified from Daytona AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley Race

Wyman Disqualified from Daytona AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley Race
KWR Harley’s Kyle Wyman, who was disqualified from the Daytona race due to non-compliant and improperly modified engine components.

2014 AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series

Kyle Wyman, the winner of the opening round in the 2014 AMA pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson race at Daytona International Speedway, has been disqualified from the race final that took place March 14.

AMA officials say upon inspection, Wyman’s #33 KWR Harley-Davidson XR1200 contained non-compliant and improperly modified engine components.

Besides losing his winning status, pints and purse, Wyman has also been placed on technical probation through April 2, 2015.

This gives the Daytona Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson race win to Josh Chisum Racing/Bartels Harley-Davidson’s Tyler O’Hara.

For the original race report, click here.

2014 Daytona AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series Race Results, Updated:

  1.     #29 Tyler OHara – Josh Chisum Racing/Bartels Harley-Davidson
  2.     #51 Gage McAllister – Folsom Harley-Davidson
  3.     #97 Nick Hansen – Aerostar Global/Suburban Motors
  4.     #45 Ben Carlson – Suburban Harley Davidson
  5.     #77 Eric Stump – OPR/Liberty Chevrolet
  6.     #69 Danny Eslick – Ruthless Racing/Trev Deeley Motorcycles
  7.     #59 Hayden Schultz – Chili Pepper Racing
  8.     #34 Michael Barnes – Chili Pepper Racing
  9.     #2 Barrett Long – Longevity Racing/Ansa Motorsports/Suburban Motors Harley Davidson
  10.     #123 David Estok – Thrashed Bike Racing
  11.     #28 Ryan Kerr – Wiseco Performance Products
  12.     #64 Shane Narbonne – Six Four Motorsports
  13.     #93 Shelina Moreda – Chilipepper Racing/She’z Racing
  14.     #70 Paul James – Hoban Cycle
  15.     #229 Darren James – Trev Deeley Motorcycles/Team Ruthless Racing
  16.     #10 Josh Chisum – Josh Chisum Racing/Bartels Harley-Davidson
  17.     #175 SAM Rozynski –
  18.     #96 Ricky Parker – Chili Pepper Racing
  19.     #6 Joseph Rozynski –
  20.     #49 Jerrett Martin – CPL  Systems/Aggressive Insurance
  21.     #13 Todd Keesee – Brevard Superbike/Keesee Racing/RPM Motorsports
  22.     #47 Jon Foy – Jupiter Cycle Racing/Heroic Racing
  23.     #1 Steve Rapp – Suburban Motors Harley-Davison/Suburban Speed
  24.     #33 Kyle Wyman – KWR

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