AORC

Daniel Milner Thanks CDR Yamaha As He Takes AORC Outright Lead

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CDR Yamaha Off road racer, Daniel Milner, has moved into the championship lead after a dominating performance at rounds three and four of the Yamaha Australian Off Road championship (AORC), at Boyland Queensland, over the Easter weekend.

After an inconsistent start to the championship at rounds one and two, Milner wanted to stamp his authority on the championship early in the piece and came out all guns blazing at the double header round.

In hot and dusty conditions, Milner was the master of his YZ450F and won both rounds Outright as well as taking class honours in the E2 division. He was on song right from the get go and had the pack chasing his dust all weekend and the double header victory, added to his win at round two, now has Milner on top of the leader board after four rounds.

‰ÛÏThe weekend went well and pretty much drama free. It looked moist and loamy when we first rocked up but it was dry and dusty underneath making conditions difficult at times,‰Û
Chris Hollis did not have the weekend he was looking for in Queensland - Credit: Fourohfour
The weekend got off to a rugged start for team mate Chris Hollis who fell heavily in the first test of Saturday morning and lost over a minute in one foul swoop. From there, Hollis was playing catch up all weekend and while he did stem the flow, he certainly wasn‰Ûªt his usual self after the fall.

He finished an uncharacteristic 14th outright on Saturday while he upped the ante on Sunday and came home fifth outright. After four rounds, he now sits in sixth place Outright but still maintains second place in the premier E2 division.

‰ÛÏIt wasn‰Ûªt my best weekend,‰Û

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