The restart gave Young a second chance, and he seized it. Tommy Hayden got another holeshot but this time it was Young on his tail, with Hayes left back in fifth. There was nothing pretty about Young’s fast-and-loose riding. He followed a different line every lap, maintaining position as much with good blocking as with blistering pace. Bostrom and both Haydens matched his bravery inch-for-inch, swapping positions almost constantly, while the veteran Hayes lurked close behind, watching riders with less to lose duke it out. Tommy Hayden’s win-it-or-bin-it riding caught him out with six laps to go, as he low-sided trying to pass Young for the lead entering turn one. This moved Hayes into fourth, one spot away from the championship title. So much for team orders.