DAYTONA Supercross By Honda
Eli Tomac (450 SX), No. 3 Kawasaki KX 450F
Jeremy Martin (250 SX), No. 6 Yamaha YZ 250F
Fun Fact: Ryan Dungey posted his 25th consecutive podium finish – tying Chad Reed’s series record
They Said It: “This is a place where I’ve always wanted to win. Daytona is a different race. I just had fun on my dirt bike tonight.” - Eli Tomac
DAYTONA Flat Track
Thursday, March 10
Sammy Halbert (GNC1 Main Event), No. 69 Yamaha YZ 450F
Dalton Gauthier (GNC2 Main Event), No. 14 Yamaha YZ 450F
Friday, March 11
Jake Johnson (GNC1 Main Event), No. 5 Honda CRF 450R
Dylan Morin (GNC2 Main Event), No. 26 Kawasaki KX 450F
Fun Fact: Johnson won in GNC1 for the first time since 2011's season-ending race on the Pomona Half-Mile in California
They Said It: “I am not a guy who usually does doughnuts or knows how but you just got to win Daytona and you learn how instantly. When you win Daytona it just comes naturally, and I am just so happy to get up here on top.” – Sammy Halbert
DAYTONA 200 By Victory
Champion: Michael Barnes, No. 34 Yamaha YZF-R6
Fun Fact: At the age of 47, Barnes is the oldest winner in the 75 years of the event.
They Said It: “I’m kind of speechless and fumbling for words. All of the people who helped me … you know who you are. I just can’t thank everybody enough. This one is for quite a few people.” –Michael Barnes
3.16.2019Kyle Wyman emerges from late-race shootout to win DAYTONA 200.
3.15.2019Rider making DAYTONA 200 debut wins pole at Daytona International Speedway.
3.15.2019The DAYTONA 200 has a long and storied history that goes beyond the high banks of DAYTONA!
3.14.2019Two classes of motorcycles competed: powerful twin-cylinder bikes in the headlining AFT Twins class and single-cylinder machines in the AFT Singles class.