Round 2 of the 2012 Vic Mx titles Is in the books with as always great racing in all classes.
The Cobram Border motocross track was home for round two and it tested both rider and machine with its Loam, sand and hard pack terrain over the weekend of the 21st and 22nd of April.
Saturday saw the lites bikes in action with the veterans being the support class while Sunday had the open machines as well as the woman's and U 19's classes.
The A grade lites class once again had heats and it was 16 year old rookie sensation Joel Milesevic and Hart and Huntingtons Lewis woods that won their opening 2 motos each in fine fashion.
Both riders still didn't have the chance race each other all day and it was Milesevic who took the overall with 1-1-1 finishes due to Woods finishing second in his final heat giving him second overall for the round. Dylan long was once again as fast as always and he rounded out the podium.
A grade open was hotly contested with some fantastic racing especially between BCP backed Honda rider Tim Vare and GYTR rookie Sam Martin. Martin took the overall with 3 moto wins to Vare's 1 as the two were consistently 2 seconds a lap faster in the opening laps of all motos and put on a great display for all the fans. Thomas Alexander was consistent to finish a very impressive in 3rd.
Kristy Gillespie scored her first moto win in the B Grade Lites class - Photo Credit : MR MOTOX (Lindsay Knowles)
B grade lites saw Kristy Gillespie get her first career moto win in the Vic titles but troubles in her following two motos kept her of the podium. Charlie Anderson dominated his final two races but a DNF in moto 1 kept him from taking the overall.
In the end it was a stylish Tomas Ravenhorst who won the overall on the day ahead of Ali Kent and Mitch Landy
B grade open saw Steven Collins getting the overall by a single point over championship leader Sam Davie. Angus Hair on his KTM was 3rd
C grade lites once again saw James Hanson and Bradley Kimpton battle with Hanson taking home the overall. Syd Gloyne was 2nd while Kimpton end taking home 3rd for the day.
C grade open was one by suzuki mounted Michael Ford with opening moto winner Dean Skilling in 2nd and Kane McQuarrie in 3rd
Woman's expert was won by Kristy Gillespie with Tayla Jones and Maddy Brown rounding out the podium. Karli Wetemans won the overall for woman's clubman
U 19's once again had two of the hottest riders in the country do battle again with Joel Milesevic and Dylan Long trading moto wins. Milesevic took the overall when he outlasted long in the final moto of the day. Michael Cragnale was 3rd.
In the over 30's Corey vanderlie took three wins from three starts over Craig Rutherford and Daniel Coller in the expert class with Danny Gannon winning the clubman.
Over 40's it was Defending class champion James Grahem over Simon Healy and Mark King