In Saturday's race, Hayden got the jump on his Suzuki GSX-R1000 before moving into second place. He stayed right with the leader for all 22 laps and brought home a second-place finish. On Sunday, he pulled out all the stops, racing to the front before falling back to second place. But he was simply biding his time: Riding one of his most-determined races ever, Hayden made a pass for the lead with five laps left and then made it stick to take an extraordinary win. This win marks Hayden's 32nd AMA Pro Racing win, his third win at Infineon, and his sixth career Superbike victory.