Former MotoAmerica Supersport and Superstock 600 regular, JC Camacho, made the short trip from his home state of Texas to the neighboring state of Oklahoma for the first annual running of The Invite presented by Dunlop. The Texan has a fair amount of track experience at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit and looked right at home from the very first practice sessions on Friday morning. Camacho came to Oklahoma with a Yamaha YZF-R6 and a Kawasaki Ninja 400 in the trailer, allowing him to contest the 300 & 400 Shoot-Out, the 600 Shoot-Out, and the 600 Superbike Expert division. On the smaller bike, Camacho demonstrated solid speed throughout the weekend and looked to be on for a podium in the first race on Saturday, but a mechanical issue just past the halfway point forced an early end to his race and he finished way down the order in 13th. In the second race, he was able to make amends for the unfortunate DNF and fight his way to a podium finish, riding to an impressive 3rd place result after an immense battle with Isaiah Burleson to sort out the podium. In the 600cc classifications, Camacho had superior pace compared to his opponents for most of the weekend and it showed in the Shoot-Out class. On Saturday’s race, Camacho edged out Cory Burleson to the finish line by just .2 of a second after a pass in the late stages of the race and he backed it up in the second race with a winning margin of more than ten seconds, therefore securing the overall victory. In the 600 Superbike Expert class, the four-race format worked to his advantage after a bike malfunction forced a 4th place finish in race two. Camacho ended up with 1-4-1-2 results in order to snag the number one plate just barely and take his second overall victory of the weekend at The Invite presented by Dunlop.