|1||Martin Cardenas||Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing||Suzuki GSX-R1000|
|2||Josh Herrin||Monster Energy Graves Yamaha||Yamaha R1|
|3||Larry Pegram||Pegram Racing||Yamaha R1|
|4||Roger Hayden||National Guard Jordan Suzuki||Suzuki GSX-R1000|
|5||Danny Eslick||Jordan Suzuki||Suzuki GSX-R1000|
|6||Chris Clark||Yoshimura Suzuki Factory Racing||Suzuki GSX-R1000|
|7||Robertino Pietri||Team Moto Venezuela PC 4x4 Store||Kawasaki ZX-10|
|8||Chris Fillmore||KTM/HMC Racing||KTM RC8R|
|9||Chris Ulrich||M4 Broaster Chicken Racing||Honda CBR1000RR|
|10||Bernat Martinez||Team TJA Valencia||Suzuki GSX-R1000|
|11||Reese Wacker||Pilot Travel Centers/Wacker Racing||Suzuki GSX-R1000|
|12||Trent Gibson||Seven Sports||Suzuki GSX-R1000|
|13||Rodolfo Ramirez||AR Motorsports||Kawasaki ZX-10|
|14||David Anthony||Motosport.com Motul Fly Racing||Suzuki GSX-R1000|
|15||Josh Hayes||Monster Energy Graves Yamaha||Yamaha R1|
|16||Geoff May||Team Hero||EBR 1190RS|
|17||Taylor Knapp||KTM/HMC Racing||KTM RC8R|
Martin Cardnas won his first Superbike race as a Yoshimura rider today at Daytona. He had taken the lead when series champ Josh Hayes' bike rattled to a stop in turn one after a reported engine failure. Larry Pegram ran in second place for a time but finished third. Saturday's winner, Josh Herrin, led briefly but finished second after riding off the course and having to re-join the race. His bike caught a false neutral as he braked into turn one and he rode off. Herrin, also, has been suffering with arm pump all week, probably caused by scar tissue in his wrist.
Cardenas' margin of victory 11.4 seconds. He said this was the most imprtant win of his career. He said that he saw Hayes take his feet off the pegs as they crossed the start/finish line and knew that the Yamaha rider had suffered an engine issue.
Herrin said that the fast lap times came easily when he was behind Hayes and that this was a learning weekend for him.
Cardenas praised the US-made Dunlop tire which he used for his win.