Motocross

Hamish Dobbyn takes another title back to New Zealand

Author: Andy McGechan

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He‰Ûªs won in New Zealand and across the Tasman, now he‰Ûªs looking for fresh challenges. Kiwi Hamish Dobbyn showed maturity beyond his tender years to wrap up the Australian 250cc four-stroke class at the final round of the Yamaha MX National Development Series at Horsham, Victoria on Sunday (Jul-15). A lesser person may have been tempted to risk everything and push for glory but 15-year-old Dobbyn, a safe 23 points ahead of his nearest challenger as the bikes lined up for the first race on Sunday, took things calmly and settled for runner-up spot in both his 250cc outings and eased his way to the overall series victory. This final round was also an opportunity for the former New Zealand champion to build up for his next campaign, the world junior championships in Europe next month, and so he also rode his Yamaha YZ125 in the 125cc class races, winning both comfortably. He led the first 125cc race from start to finish but crashed at the start of his next 125cc outing and was forced to dig deep as he charged through the entire field to claim another win. ‰ÛÏI was very proud of him,‰Û
Maxxis 13-14yrs 250cc - Final Standings 2007
Pos No Rider Points
1 D Hamish Dobbyn 131
2 54 Luke Arbon 94
3 72 Harrison Wooding 88
4 19 Troy McNally 87
5 50 Troy Seraceno 84
6 35 Luke Ross 81
7 3 Josh Cachia 78
8 15 Jason Reed 74
9 99 Angus Booth-Elliot 64
10 44 Boyd Hocking 50
11 42 Tye Simmonds 47
12 78 Sam Curnow 46
13 235 Nicholas Dixon 46
14 26 Daniel Hobson 42
15 71 Matthew Johnson 39
16 777 Ari Whelan 38
17 303 Annissa Berichon 33
18 13 Michael Crugnale 27
19 6 James Iconomou 25
20 100 Jake Williams 16
21 758 Matthew Lyall 14
22 331 Aimon Dean 11
23 500 Tamika Edwards 11
24 87 Jamie MacMillan 6

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