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Marmont and Moss crowned SuperX champions.

Author: Aaryn Minerds

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Jay Marmont has capped off a perfect season by dominating the final round of the 2011 Monster Energy SuperX championship held at the North Ipswich stadium and by doing so has claimed the crown as this year‰Ûªs SuperX Champion.

In front of a healthy crowed on what was a perfect night for Supercross racing, Marmont again showed pure determination by stamping his authority on in his heat race before going on to win the Man V Man qualifying races before the nights main event.

When the gates dropped on the final race for the year, Marmont lead from corner number one and was never headed as he put in a faultless display leaving all other riders in his wake.

‰ÛÏI am over the Moon at the moment; I have to admit I came into today a little negative, even though I have won championships before I had some doubts.‰Û
Moss will be looking to carry his from from SuperX over to the U.S.A for A1 in January.
Matt Moss bid farewell to racing in Australia in the best possible fashion by winning his second championship of the season by chasing down American Import Gavin Faith in the fifteen lap main event for the race win.

Faith after taking the early lead made a run for the round win early in the race, pulling a nice little gap over the rest of the field. Moss though he did not need to win the final race of the season to claim the championship victory charged the whole race and with just a few laps remaining was able to first reel in the Carlton Dry Thor Honda rider, before making the deciding move and taking home another round win for the year and giving the JDR Motorex KTM team consecutive Lites SuperX titles.

‰ÛÏThis year has been great, First off winning the motocross championship and then coming into this series it has been great, I was able to win the first two rounds before having a little bit of bad luck in the third round, however I was able to rebound and win the final two rounds‰Û
Willis dominated the Under 19s class in 2011, Winning both the Mx Nationals and SuperX series.
Rounding out the riders who had perfect racing seasons was Under 19s SuperX champion Errol Wills, who like Marmont and Moss was able to claim both the Motocross title as well as the Supercross title for the 2011 season.

Errol looked as though he was also going to finish off the season in fine style by taking the early lead in the final race for the under 19s class, however a crash mid way through the race handed the lead over to Geran Stapleton who was able to hold on for his maiden Supercross win and in doing so nailing down second place in the Championship. Rounding out the podium in the Under 19s class was Corey Lucas who rode the Vacant Motul Pirelli Suzuki of Steven Clarke for the night.

The 2011 season for the under19s class really does belong to Errol Willis who gave full credit to his time for his successful year.

‰ÛÏThis year has been a massive achievement, not just for me but for the whole Raceline Pirelli Suzuki team, our success really is a credit to them, we have worked super hard and the they have put in the hours all year and we have had the best bike and this why I feel we have won the championship‰Û
Haydon Mellross on his way to winning the Junior Development series.
Michelin Development Series top 10 results ‰ÛÒ Round 5
1. Hayden MELLROSS ‰ÛÒ Honda Junior Development Team: 25
2. Kurt WATERMAN ‰ÛÒ Honda: 22
3. Billy JACKSON ‰ÛÒ Yamaha Junior Racing: 20
4. Joel WIGHTMAN ‰ÛÒ Pro-Moto Suspension, Mudgee Honda Centre:18
5. Nathan CRAWFORD:16
6. Lenny MAGYAR: 15
7. Aaron HART ‰ÛÒ JDR Moss Institute Suzuki: 14
8. Haki WALLER ‰ÛÒ KTM: 13
9. Mitchell NICHOLS ‰ÛÒ Hotondo Homes, KTM Bairnsdale: 12
10. Jake DONAHER ‰ÛÒ Honda: 11

Michelin Development Series top 10 Championship standings
1. Billy JACKSON ‰ÛÒ Yamaha Junior Racing: 80
2. Hayden MELLROSS ‰ÛÒ Honda Junior Development Team: 79
3. Kurt WATERMAN ‰ÛÒ Honda: 72
4. Joel WIGHTMAN ‰ÛÒ Pro-Moto Suspension, Mudgee Honda Centre: 71
5. Lenny MAGYAR: 61
6. Mitchell NICHOLS - Hotondo Homes, KTM Bairnsdale: 44
7. Aaron HART ‰ÛÒ JDR Moss Institute Suzuki: 43
8. Joel DINSDALE - Yamaha Junior Racing: 40
9. Jake DONAHER ‰ÛÒ Honda: 39
10. Nathan CRAWFORD: 31

Main Photo: Marmont Claims another Championship Victory
Photo Credit : Aaryn Minerds

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