Kevin Randall is no stranger to the CMRA so he fit right into the pits at the first annual Invite presented by Dunlop at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit in Jennings, Oklahoma. The twenty-seven-year-old signed up in both the 600 Shoot-Out classification as well as the Superbike 600 Expert division, splitting his time between both of the classes aboard his Yamaha YZF-R6. In the first race out of four in the 600 Expert class, Randall came through with a strong showing for the entirety of the six lap sprint and finished in 3rd place overall as one of four riders clocking lap times under the 1:20.00 mark. He continued that momentum in the very next race as he got out front and drastically improved his times from the first outing by nearly two seconds, winning the race at the line by a miniature margin after an exceptionally close battle to the checkered flag. In the third and fourth races, Randall finished in 3rd and 4th, respectively, consequently earning 3rd place overall on the rostrum in the Superbike 600 Expert class. Although he didn’t find the same success in the Shoot-Out classes, Randall still managed to finish both races within the top five and maintained the same consistent speed that he demonstrated throughout the weekend, ending up with 4th and 3rd place finishes as a result of the two ten lappers.