Indian Motorcycle Racing: Briar Bauman Earns Back-to-Back Wins at Williams Grove Half-Mile

Indian Motorcycle Racing dominated as its factory team and stable of privateers swept the top eight spots at Williams Grove Half-Mile I and II. Reigning AFT Grand National Champion Briar Bauman captured back-to-back first-place victories. Teammates Jared Mees and Bronson Bauman added podium finishes of their own. With his pair of wins this weekend, Bauman continued his scorching streak at Williams Grove. He also regained the top spot of the season’s leaderboard.

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On Friday, Mees began with the holeshot before Briar Bauman took control within two corners. From there, he gave the field no chance of coming close to him as he took the win with over four seconds to spare. Indian Motorcycle Privateer Brandon Robinson finished second while factory rider Bronson Bauman earned his first podium this season.

“We are halfway through the season and Briar and Jared are neck-and-neck, battling for the number one spot,” said Gary Gray, Vice President – Racing, Technology and Service for Indian Motorcycle. “It’s exciting to get out there and see our team at the top of the standings, fighting relentlessly for every point, and pushing each other race in and race out.”

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During the Williams Grove Half Mile II on Saturday, Briar Bauman took control of the field almost immediately, building a lead of over five seconds. He saw little resistance and ultimately earned his second win of the weekend. It’s also his fourth-consecutive first-place finish at Williams Grove. Mees rounded out the podium in third after a daunting battle against Indian Motorcycle Privateer Sammy Halbert.

Right now Briar Bauman sits in first with 169 points. Mees is a mere five points back with 164 points. Halbert and fellow Indian Privateer Brandon Robinson are third and fourth with 123 and 116 points, respectively. Bronson Bauman is fifth with 101 points.

The season continues September 25th at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway for the Dallas Half-Mile I & II. For more information on Indian Motorcycle Racing, visit and follow along on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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