July 3, 2010 by Post Team
Auto Repair:Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin – Eric Chester Helmbach driving his auto repair 1000 BMW to victory in the fifth round of the 2010 Michelin Challenge team sanctioned by ASRA.
Geoff May took the Team Challenge with AMA SuperBike Buell team and lead for most of the race, starting on lap 38, never to return. It was unclear whether there was a mechanical problem with the entry Buell or if the team achieves its mission in the afternoon and took Helmbach inches, which had exchanged positions with the Mid Cities Motorsport riders Calvin Martinez and Dave Ebben and TER mounted Yamaha R6 Jeff Purk was ready when he retired May take 44 laps, the event with a time of two hours and hit the victory in one hour, fifty-one minutes.
Jeff Purk finished first in GTU and second overall, with half Cities Kawasaki 1000 taking third overall and second in the GTO class. Appel Melissa Appel 1000 SOLO the Go Honda to third place in the GTO and sixth overall. After Purk, the second in the GTU podium and fourth place went to the Yamaha R6 Racing driven by Stiles. The third in GTU and fifth place went to Kawasaki Cycles D2 team led by Captain Mike Garner in his first game of the 2010 season.
In the GT class Light Suzuki SV 650 took the top two spots. Grease Monkey Alex Shaw team brought home the bacon in SV, with Paul in his second Onley SV. The birth of the team of Jay Cross Eyed Ray Smith and Hoffman finished third in his machine Buell. This is the fifth straight win for the Grease Monkey Squad, leaving only three more races to complete the perfect season.
Notable retirements were perennial favorites Team Challenge Gene Paul Gilchrist on his Suzuki 1000 for a chain failure on lap 17, Smith & Hoffman Buell with only three laps to go, for lack of fuel, and former Road America Racing Team Challenge winner Hix , with Brian Blume on board, on lap 21 in an accident while challenging the leaders.
The Michelin punished for ASRA Team Challenge resumes next weekend, July 10, 2010, in Round 6 at Roebling Road Raceway in beautiful Savannah, Georgia.
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