Triumph Big Kahuna Atlanta-2012 World Super Bike Qualifying Practice 1 Josh Hayes wins Provisional Pole

Josh Hayes from Monster energy Graves Yamaha riding on Yamaha R1 has won the provisional pole at Triumph Big Kahuna Atlanta 2012.His fastest Lap time was 1:25.380.Josh Hayes had two minor crashes but despite that he was the fastest.

In second place was Josh Hayes main competitor Blake Young from Yoshimura Racing riding on Suzuki GSX-R1000 was behind him.His fastest lap time was 1:25.507 falling behind Josh Hayes by 0.127 seconds.

Geoff May from Amsoil Hero EBR team riding on EBR 1190RS was in third place with fastest  lap time of 1:26.551 with a time difference of 1.171 seconds.

Josh Hayes team mate Josh Herrins was in fourth place with time difference of 1.192 seconds.

Chris Clark team mate of Blake Young was in fifth place 1.201 seconds time difference.

The only Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10 bike present on the grid from Attack Performance with Steve Rapp as the rider was in ninth position with a time difference of 1.478 seconds.

The two BMW S1000RR bikes were in 10 th and 11 th positions.Foremost Insurane- Pegram Racing BMW bike with rider Larry Pegram was in 10 th place and Evan Steel Performance. com’s BMW bike in 11 th position.

The only KTM RC8R bike from KTM-HMC Racing team with rider Chris Fillmore was in 12 th position under BMW S1000RR bikes.

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AMA Pro Racing 2012 Triumph Big kahuna Atlanta Free Practice Josh Hayes was the fastest

Josh Hayes from Monster Energy Graves Yamaha riding on Yamaha R1 was the fastest man on the track at Triumph Big Kahuna Atlanta during free practice session.

In Second place was Blake Young from Yoshimura Racing riding on Suzuki GSX-R1000 with a time difference of 0.956 seconds.

Blake Young and Josh Hayes were having tug of war competition in 2012 with Josh Hayes finishing in first place in Race 1 at Dayton International Speedway and was followed by Blake Young in second place.In race 2 Blake Young was i first position followed by Josh Hayes.These two riders had a tug of war competition during 2011 AMA season with 363 points  Josh Hayes won 2011 AMA Superbike season followed by Blake Young with 358 points in second place.

David Anthony riding on Suzuki GSX-R1000 from Motul-Fly racing team was in third place with 1.401 seconds time difference.

Larry Pegram from Foremost Insurance sponsored Pegram Racing team riding on BMW S1000RR was in fourth place with time difference of 1.439 seconds.

Josh Herrin team mate of Josh Hayes riding Yamaha R1  finished in fifth place with time difference of 1.589 seconds.

Amsoil Hero EBR team rider Geoff May riding on EBR 1190RS bike was in sixth place with 1.660 seconds time difference.

The only KTM bike in Superbike championship ridden by Chris Fillmore for KTM-HMC Racing team finished in 14 th place with time difference of 2.852 seconds.