MILLVILLE, N.J. (Sept. 17) – Kyle Wyman finished off the 2014 AMA Pro Road Racing season with his second official win of the year in the Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson series following a crash on Saturday.
Wyman was scored with 10th place on Saturday, but did not receive any championship points. AMA Pro rules require that a rider finishes at least 50% of the race distance in order to score points.
On Sunday, after getting the holeshot, Wyman settled into a race-long battle with series regulars Steve Rapp and Shane Narbonne. With four laps remaining, a well-timed push to the front allowed Wyman to make best of lapped traffic and score his seventh AMA Pro Harley-Davidson series victory. Sunday’s dry Daytona Sportbike race two ran flag-to-flag, where Wyman finished off his season and gained a sixth top-ten finish on the year – good enough to lock in ninth overall in the championship.
“It feels great to have finished my first full season in the Daytona Sportbike series,” said Wyman, who owns and operates both teams under the KWR umbrella. “It has been a huge challenge for me and the team to take on this new venture this year, and I want to thank all of the people involved for working so hard to give me a great opportunity.”