Brad BakerDate / 2014-10-10 08:29:23
Brad Baker, the Defending Grand National Champion got back to their winning methods at Calistoga Speedway on the night of Saturday, getting their first success of the year at the Half Mile Ramspur Winery Calistoga. It is been a changeable season for both them and the team, declared Baker. They knew they had what it took. It was only lining the entire pieces together.
Even as it was a wonderful of a night for Baker, it was the contradictory for Villa-Esparza/Crosley Bryan Smith of Radio Kawasaki who crossed the row in just second, but was then ineligible for failing to recognize a black flag later than their bike started smoking. The ineligibility was a main shakeup in the clash for the Grand National Championship as Smith, who goes into leading the championship Calistoga over Jared Mees by just 9 points, at the time trails the rider of Rogers Racing Harley-Davidson by 13 points with just one game round to go.
Disqualification of Smith shifted Mees to next and Jake Johnson to 3rd on their Ramspur Winery Harley-Davidson. Johnson keeps 3rd in the championship trailing Mees by total sixteen points.
In 4th was South East Harley-Davidson’s Sammy Halbert. As well as Halbert was the Dash for Cash winner of night, but the triumph was outshined by concern for their brother Jethro Halbert, who was concerned in bad collide on the exit of turn two in is heat race which even concerned Aaron Lindfors.
Kenny Coolbeth of Zanotti Racing Harley-Davidson completed 5th despite a very injured and swollen right hand that he experienced after coming all together with Halbert in the Dash for Cash. Doug Lawrence was 6th on the Lawrence Racing Harley-Davidson pursued by USC Jake Shoemaker of Kawasaki..