2010 AMA Pro Supersport Championship

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2010 AMA Supersport Championship
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The 2010 AMA Pro Supersport Championship was the second running of the AMA Supersport Championship. Title sponsors for the series include Sunoco, Amsoil, National Guard, Dunlop, Speedcom and SunTrust. Tyler O'Hara became Top Gun champion in a final round shootout, in which the champion was decided through points amassed at Barber Motorsports Park only.[1] Despite not winning a race all season, Austin Dehaven claimed the Young Gun championship.

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2010 Calendar[2]
Round Circuit Date Pole Position Fastest Lap Race 1 Winner Race 2 Winner
1 Florida Daytona International Speedway March 3–5 Joey Pascarella Joey Pascarella Cameron Beaubier Joey Pascarella
2 California Auto Club Speedway March 26–28 Joey Pascarella Joey Pascarella Joey Pascarella Joey Pascarella
3 Georgia (U.S. state) Road Atlanta April 16–18 Joey Pascarella J. D. Beach J. D. Beach J. D. Beach
4 California Infineon Raceway May 14–16 Cameron Beaubier Cameron Beaubier Elena Myers Cameron Beaubier
5 Wisconsin Road America June 4–6 Cameron Beaubier J. D. Beach J. D. Beach Huntley Nash
6 Ohio Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course July 16–18 J. D. Beach J. D. Beach J. D. Beach J. D. Beach
7 California Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca July 23–25 Tomas Puerta Tyler O'Hara Huntley Nash no Race 2
8 Virginia Virginia International Raceway August 13–15 J. D. Beach J. D. Beach J. D. Beach J. D. Beach
9 New Jersey New Jersey Motorsports Park September 3–5 Joey Pascarella Joey Pascarella Joey Pascarella James Rispoli
10 Alabama Barber Motorsports Park September 24–26 J. D. Beach Huntley Nash Huntley Nash J. D. Beach

Entry List[edit]

2010 Entry List (28)
Team Bike No Riders
Top Gun Suzuki GSX-R600 6 United States Chris Sromalla[3]
45 United States Antoine Richards[4]
144 United States Luiz Cerciari[4]
528 United States Jose Flores[3]
Yamaha YZF-R6
44 United States Sam Nash[4]
52 United States Michael Corbino[3]
128 United States Rick Breen[4]
185 United States Michael Corbino[4]
274 United States Brian Brewer[3]
Honda CBR600RR 414 United States Charles Burton, IV[4]
Thomas Puerta Yamaha YZF-R6 12 Colombia Thomas Puerta[4]
Rockwall Performance Yamaha YZF-R6 16 California Cameron Beaubier[4]
73 Kentucky J. D. Beach[4]
Scott Gilbert Racing Yamaha YZF-R6 19 United States Scott Gilbert[3]
Elena Myers Racing Suzuki GSX-R600 21 California Elena Myers[4]
Vittorio Fabregas Kawasaki ZX-6R 23 United States Vittorio Fabregas[3]
Joey Pascarella Yamaha YZF-R6 25 California Joey Pascarella[4]
Ryan Kerr Kawasaki ZX-6R 28 Ohio Ryan Kerr[4]
Jake Gagne Yamaha YZF-R6 32 California Jake Gagne[4]
Robert Tinagero Kawasaki ZX-6R 34 California Robert Tinagero[4]
Austin DeHaven Yamaha YZF-R6 56 California Austin DeHaven[4]
Ryan Conrad Racing Yamaha YZF-R6 59 Florida Ryan Conrad[4]
Brock Terrell Racing Yamaha YZF-R6 62 Michigan Brock Terrell[4]
Hunter Propst Racing Suzuki GSX-R600 71 Florida Hunter Propst[4]
Huntley Nash Yamaha YZF-R6 75 Georgia (U.S. state) Huntley Nash[4]
Eric Stump Racing Honda CBR600RR 77 Pennsylvania Eric Stump II[4]
RoadRacingWorld.com Suzuki GSX-R600 82 Venezuela Daniel Guevara[4]
Giuseppe Messina, JR Kawasaki ZX-6R 240 United States Giuseppe Messina[4]
Charlie Long Racing Suzuki GSX-R600 314 United States Charlie Long[4]
Key
Regular Rider
Wildcard Rider
Replacement Rider

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