SONOMA -- Josh Hayes led the most laps in the AMA West Coast Moto Jam's SuperBike race on Sunday but wasn't completely happy with how he was riding. All he could hope for was that Tommy Hayden was having the same kind of trouble.
No such luck.
Hayden stalked Hayes throughout the middle portion of the race, passed Hayes on lap 17 and led the final five laps to earn his sixth career SuperBike win and his first at Infineon Raceway. Hayes finished 1.925 seconds back in second, Blake Young was well back in third, and Steve Rapp was fourth.