Motocross

Louis Calvin and Josh Adams crowned WAMX Champions for 2013

Author: Nicki Shea-Howell

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The 2013 Smarter Than Smoking WAMX State Championships reached its epic conclusion when round six was hosted in the tough sands of the AJS Club at Wanneroo Park.

Throughout this year, Louis Calvin in the Pro Opens has shone whilst the Pro Lites has had Josh Adams leading the standings.

Three motos had the championships decided at the final round and after a week of torrential rain the motocross gods smiled down as threat of rain subsided and the weather cleared to a chilly but, none the less, outstanding day for racing.

Louis Calvin is celebrating his 2013 Pro Open/MX1 state championship title after a 1-1-2 overall winning result for the day with Kyle Webster finishing second for the round and the season after his round results of 2-2-1..

Paul Humberston finished third in the final round with a 4-4-3 race result, but it was Stevie Heilers who finished off the season in third position.

At the end of the day however it was Louis Calvin who was in outstanding form and walked away with as the 2013 state Pro Open champion

‰ÛÏI didn‰Ûªt get the best of starts today but I managed to get through for the wins, except in that last moto when Kyle (Webster) just had it dialled in a big thanks to all my sponsors and the riders for the year and to WAMX for their hard efforts," said a very happy Calvin.
Josh Adams proved to be to strong in the Pro Lites Championship credit: Gordon Pettigrew, www.truespiritphotos.com
In the Pro Lites/MX2 class it was Josh Adams who came into the final round as the series leader and took the first moto with Reece Colgan second, Charlie Creech third.

Robbo Lovett shook the points up with the second moto with a win ahead of Kyle Webster, Brody Fewster, Adams, Colgan and Jayden Rykers.

The days results then came down to the final moto with Webster taking the race win after he took over the lead from Adams. Rykers also passed Adam to finish in second with Adams third.

Josh Adams 1-4-3 results for the round had sneak home for the round win and ensured he claimed the Pro Lites/MX 2 title by only 10 points over Webster who also finished the second in second position overall. Lovett settled for third for the round and third overall for the season.

‰ÛÏIt was a hard slog out there and to take the round win by two points over Kyle shows had tough it was‰Û
Paul Humberston claimed the runner up position behind Louis Calvin in the 2 Stroke Cup - credit: Gordon Pettigrew, www.truespiritphotos.com
Scott Petricevich sealed the 2013 Pro and Intermediate Veterans Championships from Paul Smithson and Dean Castlehow, whilst the round results had Petricevich on the top step from Smithson second and Trevor Unstead in third.

The Clubman Veterans championship was won by Daryle Mitchall who sealed his victory with the final round win ahead of Ben Martin and David Anderson. Second in the championship went to Bernie Swart and Ian Atwell finished third in the series.

Luke Few took the top step of the podium in the Intermediate Lites from Oliver James and Carson Bascombe and their round results echoed how they finished in the championship for the year.

Adam Smith won the final round in the Clubman Open with Stuart McDonald second for the day and Matt Rowlands third. The results were enough for Rowlands to seal the championship from Scott Hewitt second and Smith third.

Kurt Baxter secured the round win in the Clubman Lites to take the championship with Keagan Williamson sealing second place by one point for the round and the overall season‰Ûªs standings whilst third place for the round went to Jack Turner. Jade Williams finished the championship in third position despite not competing at Round 6 at AJS.

Izaac Jones continued his dominance in the Intermediate Lites sealing the season‰Ûªs championship with the round win ahead of Jackson McGrath second for the round with Oliver James on the third step of the podium.

Jones was crowned the 2013 champion ahead of runner up Jacob Smith with Callum Alford third for the series.

The annual trophy presentations for all the championships classes and support classes, on October 12th at the Esplanade Hotel in Fremantle.

For full round and championship results: Click Here

Top Image: Louis Calvin claimed the 2013 Smarter Than Smoking WAMX Pro Open State Championship
credit: Gordon Pettigrew, www.truespiritphotos.com

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