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BP RACING YAMAHA'S TYLER O’HARA AND CASEY YARROW WIN SUPERMOTO USA SERIES CHAMPIONSHIPS

BP Racing Yamaha’s Tyler O’Hara won the Supermoto USA Open Expert Championship at the final round held at the San Joaquin Fairgrounds in Stockton California last weekend. He accomplished this by winning five out of eight rounds during the year and by playing it safe in last weekend’s final. His competitors forced him into this line of thinking during Saturday's Open Pro races.

Although Tyler ’s BP Racing Yamaha YZ450F had him on the pole for the Saturday Pro race via his fastest time in practice, his run for the cash was held back in the first turn in both motos. Casey Yarrow riding a BP Racing Yamaha YZ450F was able to fight his way to the front and bring home the money with a second place in the last moto netting him second overall.

Casey won Sunday’s Expert heat giving him the pole, Tyler finished fourth giving him the outside first row. Tyler wanted this starting position; after what had happened to him the day before. With BP Racing’s YZ450 riders controlling the first turn everyone made it through unscathed. Tyler ’s "safe" sixth place finish secured the championship for him. Casey’s "safe" fourth place finish secured his second place finish in the championships.

Earlier in the day,Casey won the 450 Class Series Championship; with a second place finish riding his BP Racing Yamaha YZ450F. Teammate Tyler finished behind him in third.

In the 250 main it was all Casey; riding his BP Racing Yamaha YZ250F to a huge lead; riding wheelies down the front straightaway for his final laps and winning the race by a full straightaway.

See BP Racing Yamaha’s Casey Yarrow and Tyler O’Hara go up against the best at the XTRM AMA PRO SUPERMOTO FINALS NOVEMBER 15-16 AT INFINEON RACEWAY, SONOMA CALIFORNIA

BP Racing would like to thank their sponsors; Yamaha, Super Moto Engineering, Graves Motorsports, Mach 1 Motorsports, Dunlop, Super Plush Suspension, CytoSport, QTM, Dirt Digits, Cometic Gasket, Wiseco Pistons, SuperMotoPhoto.com, Motostrano, Millenium Technologies, East Coast Wheels, and ERC.

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