Supercross

Daryl Hurley stretches his lead

Author: Andy McGechan

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Daryl Hurley (912), Queenstown's Scotty Columb (442), Hamilton's Jesse Wiki (4) and Australian Justin Carafa (C). Credit: Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ.com
Everything is falling into place for Hawera‰Ûªs Daryl Hurley. The Team Suzuki No.1 rider has been in scintillating form in the New Zealand Supercross Championships series thus far and Saturday night‰Ûªs hat-trick of wins at the second of four rounds in Tokoroa was probably just business as usual for the 31-year-old. He also won all three open class races at the series opener near Motueka a fortnight ago, so there were few raised eyebrows when the Kiwi international continued the trend at Tokoroa‰Ûªs purpose-built supercross stadium on Saturday night. It has been a bit of a purple patch for the Suzuki star. He wrapped up the national 500cc motocross crown in Taranaki in November and now seems on target to complete the double for this season, winning titles at both the outdoor and stadium versions of the sport. Next best was fellow Team Suzuki rider Scott Columb, the man from Queenstown runner-up in all three open class races, with Kawasaki pair Nick Saunders (Taupo) and Jesse Wiki (Hamilton) also on the pace, finishing third and fourth overall respectively on the night. ‰ÛÏThe formula is pretty simple,‰Û

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