MotoAmerica: Mission Super Hooligan Race Two Results From COTA


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Tyler O’Hara put an exclamation point on his second straight MotoAmerica Mission Super Hooligan Championship by winning Race Two Sunday at Circuit of The Americas (COTA), in Austin, Texas. O’Hara clinched the 2023 title with a dramatic win in Race One Saturday, and then O’Hara won Sunday’s re-started and shortened three-lap Race Two on his Progressive Insurance/Mission Foods Indian FTR 1200.

In spite of being battered and bruised from his crash at the end of Race One, O’Hara’s teammate Jeremy McWilliams was able to score a runner-up finish in Race Two.

Andy DiBrino came home third, right behind McWilliams, on his DiBrino Racing KTM 890 Duke R.




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