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Jay Wilson keeps MX2 championship hopes alive with Broadford podium

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Jay Wilson keeps MX2 championship hopes alive with Broadford podium
Wilson entered the round with minimal bike time following finger surgery after round two.
Jay Wilson has overcome a freak finger injury to score a moral boosting podium at the third round of the 2019 Pirelli MX Nationals at Broadford last weekend.

The Yamalube Yamaha Racing Team rider entered the round with minimal bike time following finger surgery after round two. While attempting to help load the team truck, Wilson crushed his finger in the stairs of the rig bad enough to require surgery the following day. He was unable to ride until the day of the event and the podium position was a pleasant surprise.

Wilson lacked feel on the clutch as it was the finger he used to control the power delivery of his YZ250F and as a result, his starts weren‰Ûªt to their usual standard, but he scrambled well to make up the lost time.

In moto one, he quickly moved into sixth on the opening lap and was making a move into the top five when he fell on a slippery down hill section of the track. He re-joined the race just inside the top 15 and began to work his way forward. The longer 30 minute race worked to his advantage and Jay was able to claw his way to fifth and gain valuable points despite the mishap.

The second race fared better, although his start still wasn‰Ûªt what he wanted. He moved into the top five by the mid-race point and then with some clear track began to quickly close the gap on the riders in front of him. He made quick work of two riders in front of him to snare third and then made some serious in roads on the second placed rider only to run out of time and shadow him over the finish line.

His 5-3 results gave him third for the day and he now sits second in the championship after the opening three rounds.

‰ÛÏToday was the best I have felt on the bike in motocross so far this year,‰Û
Pirelli MX2 Results

MX2 - Timed Qualifying (Top 10)
1 Wilson Todd - 1:31.379
2 Nathan Crawford - 1:32.807
3 Kyle Webster - 1:33.258
4 Aaron Tanti - 1:33.956
5 Kaleb Barham - 1:33.962
6 Riley Dukes - 1:34.815
7 Jay Wilson - 1:33.684
8 Ricky Latimer - 1:35.670
9 Sam Pelz - 1:35.784
10 Dylan Wills - 1:35.873

MX2 - Moto 1 (Top 10)
1 Wilson Todd - 17 Laps - Race Time: 28:11.686
2 Kyle Webster +0.951
3 Nathan Crawford +3.293
4 Aaron Tanti +6.464
5 Jay Wilson +1:00.043
6 Dylan Wills +1:06.595
7 Jye Dickson +1:08.848
8 Bailey Malkiewicz +1:11.493
9 Ricky Latimer +1:12.464
10 Joel Evans +1:18.758
Fastest Lap: Kyle Webster - 1:36.570)

MX2 - Moto 2 (Top 10)
1 Wilson Todd 11 Laps - Race Time:18:32.870
2 Kyle Webster +4.249
3 Jay Wilson +5.070
4 Aaron Tanti +9.789
5 Riley Dukes +21.187
6 Dylan Wills +34.994
7 Nathan Crawford +35.501
8 Isaac Ferguson +36.220
9 Cooper Pozniak +37.737
10 Bailey Malkiewicz +39.335
Fastest Lap: Jay Wilson - 1:37.197)

MX2 - Round 3 Overall (Top 10)
1 Wilson Todd 70 Points
2 Kyle Webster 64 Points
3 Jay Wilson 56 Points
4 Aaron Tanti 56 Points
5 Nathan Crawford 54 Points
6 Dylan Wills 50 Points
7 Bailey Malkiewicz 44 Points
8 Jye Dickson 43 Points
9 Riley Dukes 42 Points
10 Ricky Latimer 42 Points

MX2 - Championship Standings After Round 3 (Top 10)
1 Wilson Todd 170 Points
2 Jay Wilson 142 Points
3 Aaron Tanti 133 Points
4 Kyle Webster 126 Points
5 Nathan Crawford 122 Points
6 Cooper Pozniak 115 Points
7 Dylan Wills 113 Points
8 Jye Dickson 107 Points
9 Riley Dukes 103 Points
10 Issac Ferguson 93 Points

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