MotoAmerica: Barber Motorsports Qualifying 2 Results

May 20, 2023Ramon Jones

Qualifying at Barber Motorsports Park for Round 2 of the MotoAmerica Championship is complete. Here we discuss the results.


Fresh n Lean progressive Yamaha locks out a P1-P2 start with Jake Gagne and Cameron Petersen running first and second in Q2. The rain on the forecast stayed away for qualifying but has seemingly been pushed to the afternoon for race time. Mathew Scholtz rounded out the top 3 setting a 1:22.905 for Westby Racing. Richie Escalante mustered a P4 finish in Q2 and Tytlers Racing rider Cameron Beaubier was only able to finish fifth fastest. Full qualifying results are below.

Stock 1000

Hayden Gillim (Disrupt Racing) secured pole. Gillim ran fastest in both Q1 and Q2. He’s pulling double duty in Superbike and Stock 1000 this weekend. Travis Wyman finished P2 just under 1 second behind followed by Bariel De Silva (Steel Commander Racing Team). Track temperatures were higher in Q2 than Q1 and some riders reported exaggerated tire degradation.


Tyler Scott (Team Hammer) took pole late in Q2 setting a 1:26.348 for Vision Wheel M4 ECSTAR Suzuki over veteran Josh Hayes (Squid Hunter). Stefano Mesa finished P3. The class welcomes the first endurance race later this afternoon the race is scheduled for 37 laps with at least one pit spot required during the race for fuel and new tires. Currently the weather forecast shows rain starting right around that time so things may get interesting in terms of the timing for pit stops. The race may be red flagged if it is determined to be a rain race. We will keep an eye on the events as they develop.

Twins Cup

Rocco Landers (Rodio Racing/Robem Engineering) tops the table after an early issue in qualifying. Landers will start on pole ahead of Kayla Yaakov and Dominic Doyle rounded out the front row in P2 and P3 respectively. Defending champion Blake Davis landed in fourth with Gus Rodio (Rodio Racing/Robem Engineering) in fifther FUll results are below.

Junior Cup

Alessandro Di Mario secured pole for Altus Motorsports 0.233s ahead of Max VanDenBrouck. Levi Badie rounded out third. Full results are below.