Courtesy of AMA Pro Racing
KWR/Millennium Technologies’ Kyle Wyman battled his way to a thrilling victory in Sunday’s Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series contest at Road America.

Wyman out-dueled Suburban Motors Harley-Davidson Benny Carlson and Ruthless Racing’sDanny Eslick during an intense final lap to claim the checkered flag first by a scant 0.033-second margin.

“It was a fun race,” Wyman said. “There was a lot going on I’m just really happy to be up here for Millennium Technologies at their home race and to redeem myself from Daytona and get maximum points.”

Eslick crossed the stripe in second with Carlson just another 0.123 seconds back in third.

Pole sitter Tyler O’Hara on the Josh Chisum Racing Bartels Harley-Davidson XR1200 took fourth, missing out on the win by just three tenths of a second.

O’Hara clawed his way back into contention on the race’s final lap after losing more than three seconds at mid-distance. The Californian was forced to take evasive action to avoid early leaderSteve Rapp on the Suburban Motors Harley-Davidson when the defending champ crashed in turn one working lap four of seven.

Folsom Harley-Davidon’s Gage McAllister narrowly edged Thunder Roads Magazine’s Ryan Kerrand Chili Pepper Racing’s Hayden Schultz for fifth.

Next Race
Round 3 of the 2014 AMA Pro Road Racing season will take place at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama for the Triumph SuperBike Classic on June 21-22.

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