Hayes Sweeps Barber, Inches Closer to National Guard SuperBike Top Spot
Meanwhile, former SuperSport standout Huntley Nash decided to shift his focus away from AMA GoPro Daytona SportBike in order to concentrate on the premier AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike class in Birmingham. Nash had a couple difficult outings but is excited about his future prospects in National Guard SuperBike: "I wasn't really happy with the way this race went from my standpoint as a competitor. I was looking to be higher in the results, maybe into the top ten, and show what we can do. I wasn't really happy with my riding and I felt like I needed to be more aggressive. This track is tough on a Superbike and we were fighting the grip level out there. Having said that, we made good progress with the Neyra Racing Kawasaki this weekend. We were able to improve the bike under braking and continued to try some things with the suspension. The team worked really hard and I'd like to thank Justin, Gary, and the crew. This is a very promising project and we're looking forward to giving it another shot in Ohio."
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