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Jess Moore wins Back to Back Honda Girls on the Gas Crowns

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Western Australian BCP Honda Rider Jess Moore has become the first girl to win back to back Honda Girls on the Gas Crowns since the competition started back in 2006.
Main Photo: Jess Moore and BCP's Lee Hogan, this photo Jess Moore in action. Credit Lindsay Knowles
Moore, from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia‰Ûªs goldfield region strung together the perfect series campaign in 2009 to take victory by a slender 2 point margin over arch-rival and pre event favourite, Queensland representative Courtney Knight. And in doing so continue her sponsorship package from Honda Motorcycles, Fox Clothing and Fuchs Silkolene Oils for the 2010 season. The event was held in testing conditions at the Outtrim circuit in Victoria‰Ûªs Gippsland region, with hot and humid weather to start the day before the skies opened up just before the gate dropped for the first event and sent flash floods across the well prepared circuit. A last minute withdrawal due to injury from our Northern Territory representative Taylah Maurice left us with 6 girls battling it out for the overall win on the day and what a battle it was. From the outset it was clear there would be a three way tussle for the overall between Queensland Yamaha Development Rider Courtney Knight, Western Australian BCP Honda Rider and reigning champ Jess Moore and NSW Yamaha Rider Jessica Gardiner. All three girls swapped the lead numerous times throughout the day with Courtney Knight taking wins in the Public Speaking and lap time sectors, Jessica Gardiner dominating the Fitness Shuttle Run beep test and Jess Moore stringing together three category wins by taking out the ‰Û÷on bike technique‰Ûª module while also winning both of the back to back 5 lap races on her CRF250R. When the final points were tallied at the end of the day it was Jess Moore who topped the tally two points clear of her rivals Courtney Knight and Jessica Gardiner who tied on points for second. ‰ÛÏWow what a day it‰Ûªs been,‰Û

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