DAYTONA BEACH, FL – March 16, 2013 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – In typical Daytona short track fashion, round two of the AMA Pro Flat Track Series presented by J&P Cycles once again crowned two first time winners. Brandon Robinson from Pennsylvania was looking fast all day long, and after the season opener’s fifth place finish, he was on a mission.
Kenny Coolbeth grabbed the holeshot at the start of the expert final, but with Robinson right behind in second, that lead only lasted one lap. On lap two Robinson took over the point, but at the same time Brad Baker was on the move. Baker came in second opening night, so he too had that top step on the podium in his sights.
Baker mounted a serious charge and was able to run the same pace as Robinson, but Robinson was not to be denied his very first national win of his young career. Behind them came the duo of Bryan Smith and Jake Johnson, with Smith getting the last podium position.
In the J&P Cycles Pros Singles Class, Jake Constantine from New York was also chasing that elusive first win as a professional, and after the first couple of laps, you could see that he was not to be denied. As Constantine stretched out his lead, the battles behind him were heating up.
Ryan Wells, Mike Poe and Wyatt Maguire were really mixing it up. With all of the mixing of positions, once the dust finally settled, it was Constantine on top with Wells second and Poe third.
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