2012 AMA Pro American Superbike Championship season

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2012 AMA Superbike season
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The 2012 AMA Pro American Superbike Championship season was the 37th running of the AMA Superbike Championship. The championship covered 11 rounds beginning at Daytona International Speedway on March 17 and concluding at NOLA Motorsports Park on October 7. The champion was Josh Hayes riding a Yamaha.

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Round Date Circuit Location Pole Position Fastest Lap Winning Rider Winning Team
1 R1 March 16 Daytona International Speedway Daytona Beach, Florida United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
R2 March 17 United States Blake Young United States Blake Young Yoshimura Racing
2 R1 April 21 Road Atlanta Braselton, Georgia United States Josh Hayes United States Blake Young United States Blake Young Yoshimura Racing
R2 April 22 United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
3 R1 May 5 Infineon Raceway Sonoma, California United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
R2 May 6 United States Blake Young United States Blake Young Yoshimura Racing
4 R1 May 28 Miller Motorsports Parkdagger Tooele, Utah United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
5 R1 June 2 Road America Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
R2 June 3 United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
6 R1 June 23 Barber Motorsports Park Leeds, Alabama United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
R2 June 24 United States Josh Herrin United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
7 R1 July 14 Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course Lexington, Ohio United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Herrin United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
R2 July 15 United States Roger Hayden United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
8 R1 July 29 Mazda Raceway Laguna Secadouble-dagger Monterey, California United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
9 R1 September 8 New Jersey Motorsports Park Millville, New Jersey United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
R2 September 9 United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
10 R1 September 22 Homestead-Miami Speedway Homestead, Florida United States Roger Hayden United States Roger Hayden United States Roger Hayden National Guard Jordan Suzuki
R2 September 23 United States Steve Rapp United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
11 R1 October 6 NOLA Motorsports Park Avondale, Louisiana United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
R2 October 7 United States Josh Hayes United States Josh Hayes Monster Energy Graves Yamaha
dagger = World Superbike Weekend
double-dagger = MotoGP weekend

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