Jared Mees Wins Inaugural Superprestigio of the Americas in Las Vegas
November 22, 2015
Jared Mees capped off a weekend for the flat-track racing record books tonight, as he took home the inaugural Superprestigio of the Americas checkered flag less than 24 hours after capturing his third Grand National Championship in four seasons.
Mees failed to get the holeshot on lap one, a mistake that's proved costly for hopeful winners throughout the course of the weekend. However, the Michigan resident continued to fight and eventually regained the lead by the time he finished the second lap.
Mees and Brad Baker went on to fight neck-and-neck during the next two laps, but when Baker came out of turn four on lap five, he went too high and nearly crashed into the wall. Baker's error proved to be the pivotal moment in the race, as he was never able to regain the lead and ended up finishing second behind a charging Mees.
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