Moto-x riders rev up for finals
THE FINAL round of the Hervey Bay Mini Bike Scramble’s Dundowran moto-x series will be held this weekend – and several results will come down to the wire.
The last round is shaping up to one of hot competition, especially in the junior classes.
In the 65cc class Jack Larter and Seth Muller will battle it out for class honours, with only 12 points separating them in the total points tally. There will be 75 points up for grab in the final round for all riders.
In the 85cc 9-11 class, Seth Muller has almost assured himself of an overall win – he is 74 points ahead of the nearest competition, Ty Palmer-Lindsay. “It’s pretty hard to imagine he won’t get one point,” organiser Phil Gray said.
In the 85cc 12 to 15 class, Corey Abood, Shane Holiday, Brody Downes and Ben Cook are vying to be the overall points champion.
Junior lites has also gone down to the wire. Kyle Shay and Kevin Grover are battling it out for first and second in that class while Keiran Jones and Corey Abood will battle it out for third and fourth place.
In the senior lites Shane Little, Nathan Delfs and Brad Thompson are all still in the running to be overall points champion.
In the senior open Noel Donahue is leading convincingly while in the clubman lites Delfs is looking the goods.
In the clubman open Casey Ford is currently in front and looks like he will be the overall winner of the class.
In the veterans 30-39 class Michael Horinge is leading while in the veterans 40-plus division Mark Camilleri is leading the way.
There is a battle for second place, however, with Stephen Estcourt and Dean O’Dorica battling it out in what is a big class.
In the enduro class Laurie Fry and Rodney Stutz are battling it out for class honours while Barry Gilbert is looking strong in the quad event.
Reno Moras and Jason Burton are contesting second and third in the quads while in the evolution class Steven Batkins and Ross Arthur are both competing to be the overall winner of the series.