SUZUKI’S ‘SDK’ SECOND IN DAYTONA 200 FOR TEAM HAMMER
Sean Dylan Kelly backed up his perfect run of two Daytona 200 poles in two attempts by doing the same for his podium record in Saturday’s 79th running of the historic race at Daytona International Speedway in Florida, finishing a close second.
Team Suzuki Press Office – March 14.
Kelly pushed the pace throughout the legendary 200-miler, controlling the contest from the front for the vast majority of a race that tests the upper limits of endurance, courage, speed, reliability, and focus.
Following a picture-perfect pitstop, “SDK” made a late break, opening up a substantial lead aboard his M4 Palm Beach Police & Fire Foundation 1-833-CJKNOWS Suzuki GSX-R600 built by Team Hammer.
However, he was reeled back into reach by a rival in the waning laps. And as it so often does, it all came down to one final showdown on the high banks.