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Altherm JCR riders continue podium run at Rotorua

Author: Andy McGechan

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Altherm JCR riders continue podium run at Rotorua
MX1 points leader, Hamilton-based Kayne Lamont, rides through a rut on his way to third overall for the weekend at the second round of the New Zealand Motocross Championships, near Rotorua.
For the second consecutive New Zealand Motocross Championships round, the trio of Altherm JCR Yamaha riders all scored overall podium places.

Racing on the Phillips' farm property, near Rotorua, they covered all positions, with Maximus Purvis claiming his second National 125cc class win, Australian Jay Wilson runner-up in the MX2 class and MX1 rider Kayne Lamont placing third.

Lamont, who is based in Hamilton, was dominant at the first round in Taranaki, scoring an impressive hat-trick of wins, which earned him a solid 15-point advantage over Mount Maunganui's defending national champion Cody Cooper.

He held onto this lead after today‰Ûªs three races, where he placed 3-2-2, trading the top positions with Cooper, visiting Australian Kirk Gibbs and Rhys Carter.

Lamont describes it as a ‰ÛÏpretty consistent‰Û
Altherm JCR riders continue podium run at Rotorua
Maximus Purvis, of Mangakino, leads tout he National 125cc class riders today at the second round of the New Zealand Motocross Championships, near Rotorua.
Team manager Josh Coppins was happy with Lamont‰Ûªs race management on the ‰ÛÏnarrow, slippery track‰Û
Altherm JCR riders continue podium run at Rotorua
Australian rider Jay Wilson was the MX2 class runner-up at the second round of the New Zealand Motocross Championships, near Rotorua,
Wilson is beginning a long motocross season - beginning with Altherm JCR Yamaha in New Zealand. He will then continue racing through until the end of the year in the Australian Motocross Championships for Yamalube Yamaha Racing.

‰ÛÏI made some steps in the right direction that‰Ûªs for sure and performed better than round one. I‰Ûªm not exactly where I want to be yet but I‰Ûªll go back to Josh‰Ûªs place and get some more riding in and keep chipping away,‰Û

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