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Brayton and Blose claim Penrite Honda double Australian Supercross Championships at Marvel Stadium

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Brayton and Blose claim Penrite Honda double Australian Supercross Championships at Marvel Stadium
Just Brayton took the win at the final round to claim his fourth straight SX1 title for the Penrite Honda Factory Race Team. Photo: Aaryn Minerds
The Monster Energy AUS-X Open rocked Melbourne‰Ûªs Marvel Stadium for the first time ever tonight with Justin Brayton and Chris Blose claiming the Australian Supercross Championships.

In-form Luke Clout started off the night in perfect fashion, as he laid down the fastest lap in the Boost Mobile Superpole, clocking a time faster than American Jason Anderson, Brayton and Chad Reed to name a few.

When the SX1 Finals came around, Penrite Honda Racings Justin Brayton kicked things off positively with a win, however his title rival Clout ran into dramas straight away, going down multiple times to finish way down the order. Anderson claimed the race two victory over Brayton, and the third main he did the same, granting him the S-X Open International FIM Oceania Supercross Championship, and Brayton the Australian Supercross Championship.
Brayton and Blose claim Penrite Honda double Australian Supercross Championships at Marvel Stadium
Jason Anderson claimed the Monster Energy S-X Open International FIM Oceania Supercross Championship. Photo: Aaryn Minerds
‰ÛÏI‰Ûªm stoked I got the win ‰ÛÒ the last few weeks have been so tough, so to get this championship means a lot. I love this country, thank you so much for welcoming me, and I hope that I‰Ûªve done your country proud coming over here and winning four straight,‰Û
Brayton and Blose claim Penrite Honda double Australian Supercross Championships at Marvel Stadium
Mitchell Oldenburg added to e perfect night for the Penrite Honda team by winning the SX2 clas. Photo: Aaryn Minerds.
The star of the show however in SX2 was American Chris Blose; as the Penrite Honda Racing rider took home the 2019 Australian Supercross Championship to make it a double championship win for the Team.

‰ÛÏOh man; I can‰Ûªt explain this. I‰Ûªm so pumped, the Penrite Honda team worked so hard for this, I did too, and we walk out of here with a number one plate. Thanks to everyone involved, it‰Ûªs a dream come true to be crowned champion,‰Û
Brayton and Blose claim Penrite Honda double Australian Supercross Championships at Marvel Stadium
Chris Blose came from second place going into the final round to take the SX2 title with second place overall on the night. Photo: Aaryn Minerds
That‰Ûªs a wrap for supercross action in the Southern Hemisphere for 2019, with 2020 already in the works to become bigger and better than ever, as riders continue to strive for supercross stardom.

The AUS-X Open Melbourne was the final round of the Australian Supercross Championship and is sanctioned by Motorcycling Australia (MA).
2019 Australian Supercross Championship Round 5 SX1 Results
1. Justin BRAYTON - 6 Pts
2. Jason ANDERSON - 9 Pts
3. Josh HILL - 9 Pts
4. Brett METCALFE - 14 Pts
5. Chad REED - 14 Pts
6. Daniel REARDON - 16 Pts
7. Luke CLOUT - 20 Pts
8. Richie EVANS - 23 Pts
9. Dylan LONG - 29 Pts
10. Joel WIGHTMAN - 33 Pts
11. Jesse MADDEN - 39 Pts
12. Jackson RICHARDSON - 41 Pts
13. Justin CARAFA - 41 Pts
14. Jayden RYKERS - 45 Pts
15. Dylan WOOD - 45 Pts
16. Cody DYCE - 45 Pts
17. Todd WATERS - 48 Pts
18. Lawson BOPPING - 49 Pts
19. Gradie FEATHERSTONE - 52 Pts
20. Jono KRUSIC - 52 Pts

2019 Australian Supercross Championship SX1 Final Championship Standings
1. Justin BRAYTON - 113 Pts
2. Luke CLOUT - 103 Pts
3. Daniel REARDON - 95 Pts
4. Brett METCALFE - 90 Pts
5. Dylan LONG - 67 Pts
6. Richie EVANS - 60 Pts
7. Joel WIGHTMAN - 54 Pts
8. Josh HILL - 53 Pts
9. Todd WATERS - 51 Pts
10. Jason ANDERSON - 47 Pts
11. Jayden RYKERS - 42 Pts
12. Lawson BOPPING - 41 Pts
13. Jackson RICHARDSON - 36 Pts
14. Cody DYCE - 33 Pts
15. Dylan WOOD - 29 Pts
16. Jesse DOBSON - 28 Pts
17. Henry MILLER - 23 Pts
18. Gradie FEATHERSTONE - 22 Pts
19. Justin CARAFA - 21 Pts
20. Caleb WARD - 17 Pts
Brayton and Blose claim Penrite Honda double Australian Supercross Championships at Marvel Stadium
Over 34,000 fans flocked into Marvel Stadium for the biggest Supercross race ever seen in Australia. Photo: Brett Hemmings
2019 Australian Supercross Championship Round 5 SX2 Results
1. Mitchell OLDENBURG - 6 Pts
2. Chris BLOSE - 7 Pts
3. Jay WILSON - 8 Pts
4. Jett LAWRENCE - 9 Pts
5. Regan DUFFY - 20 Pts
6. Connor TIERNEY - 22 Pts
7. Joshua OSBY - 24 Pts
8. Rhys BUDD - 25 Pts
9. Bradley TAFT - 28 Pts
10. Geran STAPLETON - 31 Pts
11. Darian SANAYEI - 33 Pts
12. Tomas RAVENHORST - 35 Pts
13. Morgan FOGARTY - 37 Pts
14. Jaxon HADLOW - 41 Pts
15. Kyle WEBSTER - 43 Pts
16. Hugh MCKAY - 44 Pts
17. Aaron TANTI - 49 Pts
18. Alex LARWOOD - 51 Pts
19. Kaleb BARHAM - 56 Pts
20. Ricky LATIMER - 57 Pts

2019 Australian Supercross Championship SX2 Final Championship Standings
1. Chris BLOSE - 105 Pts
2. Joshua OSBY - 101 Pts
3. Mitchell OLDENBURG - 99 Pts
4. Jay WILSON - 87 Pts
5. Aaron TANTI - 84 Pts
6. Connor TIERNEY - 58 Pts
7. Regan DUFFY - 57 Pts
8. Bradley TAFT - 57 Pts
9. Dylan WILLS - 50 Pts
10. Rhys BUDD - 40 Pts
11. Geran STAPLETON - 38 Pts
12. Ricky LATIMER - 36 Pts
13. Tomas RAVENHORST - 32 Pts
14. Morgan FOGARTY - 29 Pts
15. Kyle WEBSTER - 28 Pts
16. Jayce COSFORD - 26 Pts
17. Jacob HAYES - 25 Pts
18. Darian SANAYEI - 23 Pts
19. Kaleb BARHAM - 21 Pts
20. Jett LAWRENCE - 18 Pts

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