As a regular member of the CMRA, Zach Didier didn’t have to travel very far or that far out of his usual comfort zone for that matter in order to attend the first annual Invite presented by Dunlop at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit in Pawnee County, Oklahoma. The forty-year-old racer came raring to go with his Yamaha YZF-R3 and signed up to compete in the 300 & 400 +40 class as well as the Superbike 300 Amateur classification. The #801 machine got his first taste of on-track action in the 300 & 400 +25 division and he stayed consistent throughout the first race, setting lap times within the 1:30.00 second range in order to finish in 3rd place at the checkered flag. He didn’t line up for the second race. In the 300 Amateur class, Didier logged a 2nd place finish in the first race on Saturday and finished 7th overall on track mixed in with the Expert classification, continuing the same exact result in the second race in the afternoon. Didier didn’t start race three or four on Sunday.