Canadian and MotoAmerica Junior Cup champion Alex Dumas closed out the season in style on Sunday, claiming the second race of the weekend to complete a clean sweep. Dumas qualified on pole and took Race 1 by just over a second from Cory Ventura and Renzo Ferreira.
Race 2 saw the KTM rider cruise to a five-second win over Kawasaki rider Damian Jigalov, with Cory Ventura in third. Dumas will fly to France for a wildcard ride in the World SuperSport championship race at Magny-Cours next weekend, September 28-30.
In the Supersport class, Braeden Ortt qualified fourth, and managed to hold that position in a red-flag marred Race 1. The race was split into two after a nasty crash between Nolan Lamkin and Andrew Bowen. Both riders were later released from hospital.
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Supersport riders @MaxAngles6 and @nadrojp experienced a horrific crash during Supersport race 1 at the MotoAmerica Championship of Alabama at @BarberMotorPark. Both riders were treated for arm fractures, released from the hospital, and are on the mend. We wish them a speedy recovery. @beinsportsusa @beinmotor
Ortt’s result sees him clinch ninth in the Supersport championship.
And fresh off his career-first win at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in the Canadian Superbike Championship, BMW rider Ben Young managed a top-10 in his one-off MotoAmerica rider in Alabama.
Young qualified 14th and finished 13th in Race 1, before climbing into the top 10 in Race 2.
You can watch both Junior Cup Races below.