2019 MX Nationals
Round Seven – Maitland

Images by Bella Maurer


MX1

Luke Clout completely dominated the opening back-to-back motos at Matiland but was bettered in the third and final moto by CDR Yamaha team-mate Kirk Gibbs.

Brett Metcalfe scored the holeshot in the third moto but was quickly passed by American teenager Justin Rodbell as Kirk Gibbs and Luke Clout gave chase. It did not take long for Gibbs to hit the lead and from thereon the #5 ran away with proceedings, despite determined efforts from Luke Clout and Hayden Mellross who complete the top three in that final moto.

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Hayden Mellross

Metcalfe looked on form for another top three result in that moto but a mistake late in the race cost him dearly and left him outside the top ten. The Penrite Honda man though still claimed fifth overall for the round and is currently sixth in the championship standings. 

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Brett Metcalfe

Luke Clout took the overall for the round with a 67-point haul bettering Gibbs by two-points.

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Luke Clout

Hayden Mellross rounded out the overall podium ahead of Todd Waters who, while never really shining as brightly as we have come to expect, still brought home 53-points to better Metcalfe and Long.

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Hayden Mellross

Clout leads the Thor MX1 Championship chase by nine-points from Mellross, who moved into second place and is now three-points ahead of Waters. 

Luke Clout

“I didn’t have the greatest day at the last round so it was important that I bounced back strongly this weekend and get things back on track. I felt pretty good all day but my starts in the back to back races really set up my day as I was in a good position both times and able to capitalise on them to take the race wins. The last moto start wasn’t as good but I was able to put my head down and make some passes and secured the overall win. It felt pretty good coming across the finish line and feeling like I had put in my best effort and was rewarded with the round win. The team did a great job today and the bikes were awesome. It showed in the results with Kirk and I winning all three races and going 1-2 for the day that CDR Yamaha really do the work. Looking forward to the next round at Moree in a couple of weeks and want to keep this momentum rolling all the way through to the final corner at Coolum.”

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Luke Clout and CDR Yamaha team-mate Kirk Gibbs

Kirk Gibbs

“Today was good with another podium result. My start in the second back to back was really the only little mistake I made for the day but in those shorter races, good starts and track position is so important as there are 10 guys who can go fast for seven or eight laps. But still happy with how things went and making good progress since my shoulder injury so I can’t complain too much. The championship is highly unlikely since I missed a round in South Australia but the goal since then has been to win races and get on the podium as often as possible at the remaining rounds and so far things are on track.”


Todd Waters

“I’m pretty disappointed after that to be honest. Fourth overall is a good result for a bad weekend, but I’ve made no secret of the fact that I want to win races. I was second fastest on-track in qualifying (1m47.112s) and ended up with a slightly slower lap than that in superpole for fourth gate pick. In all three races, I managed to move forward on the FC450 after each race start, so there’s positives to take away, but I’ll head back home with some things to concentrate on before Moree.”

Dylan Long was sixth overall after carding 7-5 results in the opening sprint races and a sixth in the final race of the day.

Dylan Long

“It was a pretty good day for me. I didn’t qualify the best, but it was better than the last round. My starts were really good today – the first race I was running fourth before hitting neutral and crashing. I dropped back to 10th, but managed to finish seventh, so that wasn’t too bad. I was fifth in the second one and, in the last one, I came back from about 10th to finish sixth. I was only one point off of fifth overall, so it was a decent day for me.”

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Dylan Long

Jesse Dobson had a weekend to forget with a DNF in the second of the back-to-back motos, but a fifth place finish in the third moto helped the 21-year-old privateer to hold on to his eighth place ranking in the series.

Jesse Dobson

“It was an up-and-down day today. I felt really good in qualifying, setting the third fastest time, but a few small mistakes in my Superpole lap gave me the fifth gate pick. In moto one, I felt good, coming through the pack to fifth but came together with another rider and went down hard. I managed to finish the race, but as I lined up for the second moto in the back-to-back format, it was clear that we couldn’t get the bike straight enough to race in the few minutes we had. Aiden (Porth) fixed up the FC450 as I re-grouped and rested up for the final race of the day where I was able to put a consistent race together to finish fifth. I’m happy to finish on a better note but we will continue to work hard and be ready for the last rounds. I can’t thank everyone enough for making this possible and being behind me, in particular Aiden for being on the ground with me at every race, allowing me to focus on riding while he makes sure the bike is ready to go.”

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Jay Wilson scored an overall podium at Maitland

Still battling health issues, Lawson Bopping posted 9-13 finishes in the pair of sprint races, crediting him a race one ranking of 10th. Ongoing fatigue problems hindered him even more harshly in the final bout of the day where an 18th place finish was clearly not representative of the outright speed Bopping exhibits when healthy.

Lawson Bopping

“Today started off good when I qualified in sixth. In the first two races I got an eighth and a 13th, but I was pretty tired in that last moto. I only got a couple of laps down and I was extremely exhausted – my body pretty much shut down. I ended up taking 18th, which is disappointing because I don’t know what’s going on with my body. I’m seeing a doctor in the next week and I’m really excited to see him because he’s an expert on diabetes and the immune system. Overall though, the weekend wasn’t too bad, all things considered.”

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Luke Clout was victorious at Maitland

MX1 Results

Pos Laps Diff
1 Luke Clout 0.000
2 Kirk Gibbs +2.234
3 Brett Metcalfe +3.512
4 Hayden Mellross +12.959
5 Jayden Rykers +14.354
6 Todd Waters +14.894
7 Dylan Long +18.929
8 Connor Tierney +32.281
9 Lawson Bopping +35.742
10 Richie Evans +39.431
11 Cody Dyce +42.04
12 Caleb Ward +42.827
13 Joben Baldwin +46.159
14 Joel Wightman +47.57
15 Dylan Wood +48.02
16 Justin Rodbell +48.904
17 Zak Small +50.765
18 Ryan Gaylor 51.845
19 Jesse Dobson 54.245
20 Charlie Creech +1m07.8
21 Levi McManus +1m09.8
22 Zac Towill +1m27.7
23 Jamie Harvey +1m36.0
24 Nic Frayne +1m39.1
25 Bryson Cherrett +2m02.9
26 Daniel Webber +1 lap
27 Jonty Jones +1 lap
28 Thomas Hill +1 lap
DNF Wade Irwin /
Pos Laps Diff
1 Luke Clout 0.000
2 Brett Metcalfe +2.211
3 Hayden Mellross +7.745
4 Kirk Gibbs +12.584
5 Dylan Long +12.966
6 Todd Waters +20.46
7 Jayden Rykers +26.463
8 Justin Rodbell +28.578
9 Caleb Ward +32.395
10 Connor Tierney +37.146
11 Joel Wightman +38.611
12 Joben Baldwin +50.164
13 Lawson Bopping +55.662
14 Zak Small +1m00.1
15 Charlie Creech +1m02.8
16 Richie Evans +1m06.5
17 Ryan Gaylor +1m16.8
18 Levi McManus +1m20.1
19 Zac Towill +1m32.1
20 Jamie Harvey +1m32.8
21 Nic Frayne +1m54.9
22 Dylan Wood +1 lap
23 Jonty Jones +1 lap
24 Bryson Cherrett +1 lap
25 Daniel Webber +1 lap
26 Cody Dyce +1 lap
27 Thomas Hill +1 lap
DNF Jesse Dobson 0
DNS Wade Irwin 0
Pos Rider Dif
1 Kirk Gibbs 0.000
2 Luke Clout +2.334
3 Hayden Mellross +4.584
4 Todd Waters +7.535
5 Jesse Dobson +25.041
6 Dylan Long +25.398
7 Richie Evans +52.314
8 Jayden Rykers +53.359
9 Caleb Ward +56.034
10 Connor Tierney +1m00.7
11 Brett Metcalfe +1m02.5
12 Justin Rodbell +1m14.9
13 Cody Dyce +1m25.4
14 Zak Small +1m30.4
15 Joel Wightman +1m36.7
16 Dylan Wood +1m50.4
17 Ryan Gaylor +1 lap
18 Lawson Bopping +1 lap
19 Levi McManus +1 lap
20 Charlie Creech +1 lap
21 Zac Towill +1 lap
22 Jamie Harvey +1 lap
23 Nic Frayne +1 lap
24 Bryson Cherrett +2 laps
25 Daniel Webber +2 laps
26 Jonty Jones +2 laps
27 Wade Irwin +2 laps
28 Thomas Hill +3 laps
DNF Joben Baldwin /
Pos Rider Total R1 R2
1 Luke Clout 70 35 35
2 Brett Metcalfe 62 30 32
3 Kirk Gibbs 60 32 28
4 Hayden Mellross 58 28 30
5 Dylan Long 50 24 26
6 Todd Waters 50 25 25
7 Jayden Rykers 50 26 24
8 Connor Tierney 44 23 21
9 Caleb Ward 41 19 22
10 Lawson Bopping 40 22 18
11 Justin Rodbell 38 15 23
12 Joel Wightman 37 17 20
13 Joben Baldwin 37 18 19
14 Richie Evans 36 21 15
15 Zak Small 31 14 17
16 Charlie Creech 27 11 16
17 Ryan Gaylor 27 13 14
18 Dylan Wood 25 16 9
19 Cody Dyce 25 20 5
20 Levi McManus 23 10 13
21 Zac Towill 21 9 12
22 Jamie Harvey 19 8 11
23 Nic Frayne 17 7 10
24 Bryson Cherrett 13 6 7
25 Jonty Jones 12 4 8
26 Jesse Dobson 12 12
27 Daniel Webber 11 5 6
28 Thomas Hill 7 3 4
29 Wade Irwin
Pos Rider Total R1 R2
1 Luke Clout 67 35 32
2 Kirk Gibbs 65 30 35
3 Hayden Mellross 58 28 30
4 Todd Waters 53 25 28
5 Brett Metcalfe 52 32 20
6 Dylan Long 51 26 25
7 Jayden Rykers 47 24 23
8 Caleb Ward 44 22 22
9 Connor Tierney 44 23 21
10 Richie Evans 41 17 24
11 Justin Rodbell 39 20 19
12 Joel Wightman 35 19 16
13 Lawson Bopping 34 21 13
14 Zak Small 33 16 17
15 Jesse Dobson 31 5 26
16 Cody Dyce 30 12 18
17 Dylan Wood 28 13 15
18 Ryan Gaylor 28 14 14
19 Charlie Creech 26 15 11
20 Levi McManus 23 11 12
21 Zac Towill 20 10 10
22 Jamie Harvey 18 9 9
23 Joben Baldwin 18 18
24 Nic Frayne 16 8 8
25 Bryson Cherrett 14 7 7
26 Jonty Jones 11 6 5
27 Daniel Webber 10 4 6
28 Wade Irwin 6 2 4
29 Thomas Hill 6 3 3
Pos Name Total
1 Luke Clout 397
2 Hayden Mellross 388
3 Todd Waters 385
4 Kirk Gibbs 312
5 Jayden Rykers 300
6 Brett Metcalfe 293
7 Justin Rodbell 287
8 Jesse Dobson 258
9 Richie Evans 258
10 Lawson Bopping 215
11 Zak Small 206
12 Joel Wightman 201
13 Joben Baldwin 193
14 Erki Kahro 190
15 Cody Dyce 183
16 Charlie Creech 182
17 Dylan Long 176
18 Levi McManus 166
19 Tomas Ravenhorst 140
20 Dean Ferris 128
21 Caleb Ward 127
22 Ryan Gaylor 127
23 Dylan Wood 116
24 Lachlan Davis 112
25 Ryan Shadbolt 105
26 Connor Tierney 85
27 John Prutti 78
28 Nic Frayne 58
29 Matthew Parkinson 45
30 Brandon Gray 45
31 Daniel Milner 43
32 Daniel Sanders 40
33 Izak Maule 38
34 Daniel Webber 36
35 Ryan Findanis 35
36 Rory Mckercher 34
37 Jamie Harvey 29
38 Daniel Banks 24
39 Zac Towill 20
40 Jesse Bishop 19
41 Jonty Jones 17
42 Bryson Cherrett 14
43 Colby Campbell 14
44 JOEL CIGLIANO 12
45 Lachlan Holroyd 8
46 Mitch Norris 7
47 Wade Irwin 6
48 Jake De Zwart 6
49 Thomas Hill 6
50 Max Francis 6
51 Bryson Cherrett 4
52 Alistair Lewis 4
53 Harley Bodger 3
54 Brendon Riley 2
55 Steven Collins 0
56 Shayne Morrissey 0
57 Glen Segeri 0
58 Bryce Ognenis 0

 


MX2

Nathan Crawford broke through for his first victory of the season in the opening MX2 moto from Kyle Webster. Wilson Todd was out to try and reassert his dominance of the category in the second moto and was fast out of the blocks to lead from Kyle Webster and Bailey Malkiewicz in the second and final bout. But a costly mistake early in the race saw the championship leader go down and by the time he was back on the bike he had been shuffled down to tenth place. He worked his way back up to sixth by the chequered flag.

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2019 MX Nationals – Round Seven – Maitland – MX2

Kyle Webster went on to capitalise on Todd’s mistake and was never headed, despite being chased hard in the closing stages by Nathan Crawford.

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Nathan Crawford

Bailey Malkiewicz was running second early on before eventually being overhauled by Nathan Crawford, Aaron Tanti and Jay Wilson. Wilson managed to get the better of Tanti late in the race to secure the final step on the race two podium.

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Bailey Malkiewicz

The overall win for the day went to Penrite Honda’s Kyle Webster over Nathan Crawford, who clearly announced he is back with a bang after not racing last season. That pair tied on points for the day with 67 apiece while Jay Wilson rounded out the overall top three ahead of Aaron Tanti.

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2019 MX Nationals – Round Seven – Maitland – MX2 Podium

Kyle Webster

“I felt strong on the bike and really gelled with the track from the moment we first rolled out there. And it turned out to be one of those race days where you couldn’t ask for much more. I actually hit the gate at the start of moto one,” Webster revealed, “and then in the first few laps I had a little tip-over, but thankfully it wasn’t much and I could quickly put that all behind me and start a charge forward.”

That charge eventually saw Webster finish second, as he chased Nathan Crawford (Yamaha) all the way to chequered flag, less than five seconds splitting the pair at the close.

“In the second moto I got a great start,” Webster continued, “and when Wilson Todd went down in front of me, that gave me the lead and from there it was all up to me. I just maintained my focus and speed and I’m stoked I got the race win and that gave me the overall round win on a tie-breaker, which is awesome. It’s the best feeling to get another overall win, and the best way to thank everyone on the Penrite Pirelli CRF Honda Racing team and all the sponsors for their support. With three rounds to go, it’s going to be an exciting finish to the Championship and I’m just going to keep doing what I have been doing. I don’t want to change anything.”

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Kyle Webster

Nathan Crawford

“Its so good to be back and racing properly again,” Crawford said with emotion. “That first race win was so good and the I had to work hard for it and all the good riders in the race were up the front and I was able to get past them. Coming up the final straight to the finish line was such a relief to finally win a race again at this level and get a reward for the work everyone has put in. Race two was just a little too little, too late. I charged up to Kyle, but he responded and rode the last two laps really well. He deserved to win it as I gave it all that I could and wasn’t able to pass him. Thanks to so many people for standing by my while I got back to speed and now I’m so motivated to be back in the game and doing well and what I love.”

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Nathan Crawford

Despite his misfortunes at Maitland, Wilson Todd still added 53-points to his championship tally and will carry the red plate to the next round at Moree, however Webster is now only ten-points behind the reining champ.

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Wilson Todd’s MX2 Championship lead has been cut to ten-points

Wilson Todd

“Even though I was over a second faster than everyone in qualifying, I just didn’t feel comfortable today in the races. I had a strong position in the first race, and a crash in the second while leading, so it just didn’t come together. I finished fourth and sixth, so it’s far from a disaster and I still keep the lead in the championship, but I expect to win. This gives me some motivation though to put in the work before next round.”

Bailey Malkiewicz

“A bit of a rollercoaster day really. After grabbing the holeshot and leading for six laps, I hit a soft section of the circuit and lost a lot of track position. The track changed a lot through the day, and in the second race we just struggled with set-up and I slid back a few positions to finish fifth after another solid start. I was confident going into the weekend that I could do well, and my race speed backed that up, so I just need to keep concentrating on minimizing mistakes and my overall’s will improve.”

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Bailey Malkiewicz

MX2 Results


Pos Laps Diff
1 Nathan Crawford 0.000
2 Kyle Webster +4.543
3 Jay Wilson +14.823
4 Wilson Todd +17.594
5 Aaron Tanti +37.813
6 Isaac Ferguson +56.133
7 Dylan Wills +56.589
8 Ricky Latimer +58.435
9 Morgan Fogarty +58.584
10 Cooper Pozniak +01m07.0
11 Luke Reardon +1m08.2
12 Joel Evans +1m18.6
13 Joel Green +1m20.7
14 Tomas Ravenhorst +1m38.6
15 Jack O’Callaghan +1 lap
16 Chandler Burns +1 lap
17 Sam Pelz +1 lap
18 Jai Constantinou 1 lap
19 Zhane Dunlop +1 lap
20 Riley Stephens +1 lap
21 Shannon Moore +1 lap
22 Bradley Rankmore +1 lap
23 Bailey Malkiewicz +2 laps
24 Ashley Schuuring +3 laps
DNF Dylan Marchand 0
DNF Lochie Latimer 0
DNF Cody Hall 0
DNF Lachlan Burns 0
Pos Rider Diff
1 Kyle Webster 0.000
2 Nathan Crawford +0.811
3 Aaron Tanti +19.005
4 Jay Wilson +25.674
5 Bailey Malkiewicz +34.756
6 Wilson Todd +35.308
7 Dylan Wills +46.579
8 Morgan Fogarty +48.102
9 Cooper Pozniak +54.751
10 Luke Reardon +57.258
11 Ricky Latimer +1m01.1
12 Joel Evans +01m09.1
13 Tomas Ravenhorst +1m13.9
14 Joel Green +1m17.6
15 Isaac Ferguson +1m22.1
16 Dylan Marchand +1m45.6
17 Zhane Dunlop +1m49.0
18 Sam Pelz +1m55.0
19 Chandler Burns +1 lap
20 Shannon Moore +1 lap
21 Riley Stephens +1 lap
22 Cody Hall +1 lap
23 Jack O’Callaghan +1 lap
24 Bradley Rankmore +2 laps
25 Ashley Schuuring +2 laps
DNF Jai Constantinou 0
DNS Lachlan Burns 0
DNS Lochie Latimer 0
Pos Rider Total R1 R2
1 Kyle Webster 67 32 35
2 Nathan Crawford 67 35 32
3 Jay Wilson 58 30 28
4 Aaron Tanti 56 26 30
5 Wilson Todd 53 28 25
6 Dylan Wills 48 24 24
7 Morgan Fogarty 45 22 23
8 Cooper Pozniak 43 21 22
9 Ricky Latimer 43 23 20
10 Luke Reardon 41 20 21
11 Isaac Ferguson 41 25 16
12 Joel Evans 38 19 19
13 Tomas Ravenhorst 35 17 18
14 Joel Green 35 18 17
15 Bailey Malkiewicz 34 8 26
16 Sam Pelz 27 14 13
17 Chandler Burns 27 15 12
18 Zhane Dunlop 26 12 14
19 Jack O’Callaghan 24 16 8
20 Shannon Moore 21 10 11
21 Riley Stephens 21 11 10
22 Bradley Rankmore 16 9 7
23 Dylan Marchand 15 15
24 Ashley Schuuring 13 7 6
25 Jai Constantinou 13 13
26 Cody Hall 9 9
27 Lachlan Burns
28 Lochie Latimer
Pos Name Total
1 Wilson Todd 397
2 Kyle Webster 387
3 Jay Wilson 377
4 Nathan Crawford 339
5 Aaron Tanti 328
6 Dylan Wills 304
7 Bailey Malkiewicz 280
8 Ricky Latimer 252
9 Cooper Pozniak 249
10 Morgan Fogarty 243
11 Isaac Ferguson 234
12 Joel Evans 220
13 Riley Dukes 202
14 Jye Dickson 188
15 Joel Green 188
16 Sam Pelz 167
17 Lochie Latimer 150
18 Jai Constantinou 139
19 Kaleb Barham 135
20 Chandler Burns 132
21 Dylan Marchand 131
22 Jack O’Callaghan 113
23 Riley Stephens 98
24 Josh Brewster 94
25 Jy Roberts 91
26 Riley Ward 91
27 Tomas Ravenhorst 73
28 Luke Reardon 70
29 Zhane Dunlop 68
30 Shannon Moore 63
31 Jesse Bishop 58
32 James Clay 47
33 Lachlan Davis 28
34 Bradley Rankmore 26
35 Ashley Schuuring 25
36 Lachy Steen 23
37 Wyatt Chase 22
38 Lyndon Snodgrass 20
39 Maddy Brown 18
40 Royce Anell 17
41 Shane Mason 17
42 Bailey Koolen 11
43 Cody Hall 9
44 Jordan Waters 6
45 Lachlan Burns 0
46 Michael Skinner 0
47 Benjamin McAliece 0

MXD

Regan Duffy left Maitland with a perfect score-card to extend his championship points lead to 29 over Max Purvis.

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Regan Duffy

Round eight of the MX Nationals will be held in Moree on July 28, and will be followed immediately by the final double header round in Coolum on August 3 and 4.

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MXD Podium – 2019 MX Nationals – Maitland

MXD Results

Pos Rider Diff
1 Regan Duffy 0.000
2 Noah Ferguson +0.308
3 Mason Semmens +3.516
4 Rhys Budd +5.088
5 Maximus Purvis +17.715
6 Jai Walker +22.407
7 Mason Rowe +22.821
8 Jack Kukas +29.971
9 Brodie Ellis +35.246
10 Jayce Cosford +39.913
11 Mackenzie O”Bree +40.053
12 Liam Walsh +43.066
13 Tye Jones +1m11.0
14 Ethan Ashmore +1m16.9
15 Oliver Marchand +1m34.2
16 Deakin Hellier +1m39.6
17 Brandon Steel +1m46.3
18 Caleb Goullet +2m02.4
19 James Davison +1 lap
20 Josh Mangiapane +1 lap
21 Zac Paar +1 lap
22 Samuel Bailey +1 lap
23 Thornton Brough +1 lap
DNF Jake Cobbin 0
DNF Caleb Clifton 0
Pos Rider Diff
1 Regan Duffy 0.000
2 Maximus Purvis +10.22
3 Mason Semmens +18.38
4 Rhys Budd +21.677
5 Noah Ferguson +22.186
6 Mason Rowe +48.843
7 Jack Kukas +53.555
8 Liam Walsh +54.474
9 Jai Walker +1m01.2
10 Mackenzie O”Bree +1m15.2
11 Ethan Ashmore +1m24.4
12 Jake Cobbin +1m30.2
13 Deakin Hellier +1m30.8
14 Tye Jones +1m44.4
15 Caleb Clifton +1m53.6
16 Brandon Steel +1 lap
17 Brodie Ellis +1 lap
18 Caleb Goullet +1 lap
19 Oliver Marchand +1 lap
20 Josh Mangiapane +1 lap
21 Zac Paar +1 lap
22 James Davison +1 lap
23 Samuel Bailey +1 lap
24 Thornton Brough +2 laps
DNF Jayce Cosford 0
Pos Rider Total R1 R2
1 Regan Duffy 70 35 35
2 Mason Semmens 60 30 30
3 Maximus Purvis 58 26 32
4 Noah Ferguson 58 32 26
5 Rhys Budd 56 28 28
6 Mason Rowe 49 24 25
7 Jack Kukas 47 23 24
8 Jai Walker 47 25 22
9 Liam Walsh 42 19 23
10 Mackenzie O”Bree 41 20 21
11 Ethan Ashmore 37 17 20
12 Brodie Ellis 36 22 14
13 Tye Jones 35 18 17
14 Deakin Hellier 33 15 18
15 Brandon Steel 29 14 15
16 Oliver Marchand 28 16 12
17 Caleb Goullet 26 13 13
18 Josh Mangiapane 22 11 11
19 James Davison 21 12 9
20 Jayce Cosford 21 21
21 Zac Paar 20 10 10
22 Jake Cobbin 19 19
23 Samuel Bailey 17 9 8
24 Caleb Clifton 16 16
25 Thornton Brough 15 8 7
Pos Name Total
1 Regan Duffy 426
2 Maximus Purvis 397
3 Rhys Budd 349
4 Noah Ferguson 311
5 Mason Rowe 310
6 Brodie Ellis 299
7 Jack Kukas 280
8 Jai Walker 277
9 Liam Walsh 265
10 Jayce Cosford 252
11 Mason Semmens 249
12 Mackenzie O”Bree 242
13 Tye Jones 226
14 Deakin Hellier 168
15 Navrin Grothues 167
16 Micheal Murphy 144
17 Korey McMahon 141
18 Ethan Ashmore 137
19 Jake Cobbin 127
20 Hugh Roache 116
21 Riley Findlay 105
22 Lochie Smith 82
23 Billy Bray 77
24 Oliver Marchand 61
25 Jaxon Rayner 56
26 James Beston 50
27 Liam Andrews 44
28 Samuel Bailey 44
29 Caleb Clifton 42
30 John Bova 38
31 Thornton Brough 38
32 Denzel Woulfe 36
33 Wilson Greiner-Daish 35
34 Caleb Goullet 34
35 dale lyons 30
36 Brandon Steel 29
37 Jaxon Pearce 29
38 Zac Paar 28
39 Oscar Nastri 26
40 LYLE BYRNE 25
41 Riley Fucsko 25
42 George Knight 24
43 Josh Mangiapane 22
44 Mitchell Johnson 22
45 James Davison 21
46 Aaron Mason 20
47 Nicholas Kefford 16
48 Jake Barron 13
49 Zack Wright 13
50 Zack Wright 11
51 Jordan Brown 6
52 Lachlan Okeefe 5
53 Jordan Holt 2
54 Luke Petersen 0
55 Kyle Evans 0