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Jarred Brook Takes Final Lap Victory At The 2024 Bathurst Long Track Masters

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Jarred Brook triumphed in a dramatic final at the Bathurst 450cc Masters final. Photo: Nic Pic 

To say that there was plenty of exciting motorcycle racing action throughout yesterday’s Group One Site Services Bathurst Long Track Masters at the Bathurst Showground would be quite an understatement.

In front of a 2,000-strong crowd at the historic 810-metre Bathurst Showground, the Bathurst Long Track Masters was action-packed from the beginning of the day right through to the end of the night section of the program.

The action from the 300-plus riders from all over the country saw the headlining class of the Bathurst 450cc Masters put in a spectacular battle in the final between Jarred Brook and Cyshan Weale. Weale had set the pace for much of the four-lap final before Brook managed to steal victory from the jaws of defeat by making a pass on the final lap. Weale tried his best to wrestle the lead back from Brook, but he was unable to do so and had to settle for second. The podium was completed by Reid Battye.

In the Long Track 500cc Sliders, Zane Keleher proved too strong for his rivals throughout the final. After taking the early lead, Keleher was able to stay out in front through to the fall of the chequered flag. A fast finishing Harrison Ryan ended up in second, after taking the position on the last lap from an impressive Sam Martin. A newcomer to Long Track competition, Martin well and truly stood up to be counted in the final and was rewarded with third.

Heading into the Bathurst Long Track Masters, the Dirt Track Sidecars weren’t one of the highest profile classes on the bill. However, they put on the final of the event, after the duos of Jarred Marko / Shaun Fuller and Corey Forde / Darren Freudenstein fought tooth and nail for the lead. The two pairings ran side by side cleanly in the second half of the final, but in the end, it was Marko and Fuller who came out on top by the slimmest of margins at the finish line over Forde and Freudenstein. With the best seat in the house, Matthew Davies and Tom Northey followed the battling pairings home in third place on the podium.

Daniel Wicks scored a solid victory in the Flat Track 19’ final. He was joined on the podium by Jarred Brook and Cyshan Weale in second and third place respectively. In what was one of the biggest classes of the event, the cream certainly rose to the top when the final came around and Wicks was a deserving winner. Making it a double Bathurst Long Track Masters celebration, Wicks also emerged on top in the Unlimited 2-Stroke action and finished ahead of Jacob Richardson and Bailey Spencer.

Local youngster Jett Carter showed his class throughout the Pro 250s final and came away the winner. After James Sawdy set the early pace in the final, Carter managed to chase him down and pass him for the lead during the middle stages. Once out in front, Carter was never headed and at the finish defeated Sawdy and Rory Hutchinson.

After finishing second in last year’s event, Joshua McCosker was able to go one better and took out the Over 40s final. A fast finishing Jason Morris ended up in second, while third place was filled by Adam Ferguson.

Tayla Street ended up winning three of the four races in the Pro Womens class and by virtue of this earned the overall spoils. Kelsey Jensen, who defeated Street in the third race, ended up second and home in third was Lori Gow.

Making it a hat trick of wins, Kenny Angel emerged the overall winner in the Hooligans class for the third year running. He was joined on the overall podium by Damien Bombardiere and Kristian O’Donnell.

Sam Drane and Lockie Duggan were the winners in the Junior class action. Drane won the Junior 250/125cc 13 to Under 16 Years ahead of Thomas Gotts and Beau Bailey, while in the Junior 85/150cc 9 to Under 13 Years, Duggan scored the win after defeating Cooper Antone and Jed Fyffe.

The Panorama Motorcycle Club – Bathurst Long Track Masters hosts – would like to thank everyone for their support of the 2024 Group One Site Services Bathurst Long Track Masters, which includes the event’s major sponsor in Group One Site Services, along with all the valued associate sponsors and supporters.

Apart from sponsors and supporters, the Panorama Motorcycling Club says special thanks to all the spectators, competitors and crews, officials and volunteers who all played a vital role in continuing to make the Bathurst Long Track Masters the country’s premier Long Track motorcycle event.

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