Racing Roundup: Canadians in MotoAmerica

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The MotoAmerica championship headed to Sonoma over the weekend, which means Canadian racers were busy in the US at the same time things were winding down for CSBK.

Alex Dumas continued his strong run in the Twins series, pulling away with the win aboard his Suzuki. That was enough to get him to 107 championship points, only a single point behind series leader Draik Beauchamp.

Things didn’t go so well for Darren James, who’s been suffering from a run of  bad luck in the Twins series. He got a DNS in the Twins series when a stuck throttle caused a nasty wreck for him in qualifying. His Yamaha was trashed badly enough that James’ team was unable to repair the machine for the remainder of the weekend.

Over in Supersport, Braeden Ortt got an 11th in Race 1, then earned a DNF in Race 2. Ortt’s had a tough run this summer as well, as he crashed quite badly at Laguna Seca. He’s currently sitting in 11th spot overall.

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