Raceline KTM‰Ûªs Jayden Rykers finished ninth overall at Murray Bridge from 9th and 12th place finishes.
In MXD racing, Raceline KTM rider Morgan Fogarty added another podium to his season tally, using 3-5 finishes to earn third behind Jy Roberts and Kaleb Barham, while Isaac Ferguson (5, 8) finished overall sixth.
‰ÛÏI didn‰Ûªt feel like I rode the best here and my bike setup wasn‰Ûªt the greatest, but it‰Ûªs nothing we can‰Ûªt do better next time. Good to be up on the podiums but I want more so I‰Ûªm just going to keep working at it," Fogarty said,
"There‰Ûªs a few little races down my way, like Victorian titles, that I‰Ûªll do a couple of rounds of. Other than that I‰Ûªll just keep training as hard as I can to try and come back and win some races," Fogarty added.
Western Australian Regan Duffy gave KTM its second class win for the day when he sealed top honours in the 125cc Junior Cup Championship round. The KTM Junior Racing Team/Mandurah City KTM rider was unstoppable on his KTM 125 SX, winning both races.
‰ÛÏI qualified first, but you wouldn‰Ûªt believe it, I‰Ûªve jumped under a yellow flag again! I should have learned from my mistake, but hopefully I have now," Duffy lamented.
"Murray Bridge was awesome, I love the way the dirt forms up and it‰Ûªs got a good colour to it," Duffy said, "My bike was fast here and it got the job done. I changed suspension and I didn‰Ûªt have my holeshot button on the fork but I still managed top-five starts, and in the first moto I managed to duck down the inside and get to first by the second corner and run away with it. In the second I had to work for it, with Mason and Bailey in front of me, and I eventually got in front of Mason, then with a lap to go, got Bailey. Going into the last round at Coolum it‰Ûªs good to have a 12-point buffer in case I mess up! But I‰Ûªm from WA so I love the sand.‰Û