John Zink Enduro | PHOTOS

Mixup at the top of the point standings

Steward Baylor took control of the series point lead in the Kenda AMA National Enduro Series with a come-from-behind win at this weekend’s John Zink National Enduro in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. Steward’s brother, Grant, accompanied him on the podium in second, making it a family affair. Photographer Shan Moore was on hand to capture all the action.

Steward Baylor crashed twice in the opening test of the day, putting himself in a deficit to the rest of the field. However, the South Carolina rider roared back with strong rides in the final two tests to take the win.Photo By Shan Moore
Grant Baylor won the third test of the weekend, and edged Thad DuVall by 12 seconds in the final test to grab the runner-up finish.Photo By Shan Moore
Thad DuVall led the event after four tests, but stalled his engine in the final test and dropped to third for the day.Photo By Shan Moore
Evan Smith continues to turn in consistently fast times and claimed fourth overall for the second straight race.Photo By Shan Moore
Cory Buttrick got off on the right foot by winning the opening grass track of the day. The SRT Racing KTM rider finished off the event in fifth.Photo By Shan Moore
Russell Bobbitt stayed clean all day and turned in consistent times to finish sixth.Photo By Shan Moore
Solid Performance Racing’s Jesse Groemm was just a tick of the clock away from winning the grass track test, and settled for seventh overall.Photo By Shan Moore
Josh Strang at speed during the grass track.Photo By Shan Moore
Former National Enduro Champ Andrew DeLong has spent the year dealing with injury, but still managed a ninth place finish.Photo By Shan Moore
Tyler Vore finished second in the Rekluse Expert-AA division behind Thorn Devlin.Photo By Shan Moore