Speedway

Masters Wins At Undera, Doyle Closes In On Title and Holder Sidelined With Wrist Injury

Posted:

Sam Masters has raced to the win at round three of the 2015 Matt Jones‰Ûª Motorcycles Australian Speedway Solo Championships last night held in Undera, Victoria.

It was Jason Doyle who looked as though he was going to make it three of three at the conclusion of the heat races, leading the night tied on 14 points along with local rider Max Fricke and Sam Masters, with all three riders being sent directly through to the A main.

In the B main, it was Dakota North who defended off Rohan Tungate, after both Tyson Nelson and Justin Sedgmen were excluded, to make his way into the A main.

In the A main it was Masters who came away from the win ahead of Fricke, with Doyle doing what he needed to, finishing in third position to ensure he heads into the final round of the championship this Saturday night at Kurri Kurri in New South Wales with a handy 14 point lead over Sedgmen and Fricke, with Masters a further point behind.

Unfortunately for 2012 Speedway World Champion Chris Holder his day came to an end before racing got underway, re-injuring the wrist that he broke in the middle of 2014.

Holder has since confirmed that his injury will require surgery which will take in Melbourne.

"On route to Melbourne for surgery tomorrow. Tough to accept these things, but that's the way it goes. Just get it sorted out and move on," Holder stated via twitter.

UNDERA HEAT SCORES:
1. Jason Doyle 14,
2. Max Fricke 14,
3. Sam Masters 14,
4. Dakota North 12,
5. Tyson Nelson 11,
6. Rohan Tungate 9,
7. Justin Sedgmen 9,
8. Josh Grajczonek 8,
9. Josh Coyne 6,
10. Brodie Waters 6,
11. Kieran Sproule 5,
12. Jack Fallon 5,
13. Jordan Stewart 2,
14. Jake Allen 2,
15. Brady Webb 1,
16. Joey Ringwood 1.
B Final: North, Tungate, Nelson, Sedgmen.
A Final: Masters, Fricke, Doyle, North.

CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS AFTER ROUND 3 of 4:
1 Jason Doyle 51,
2 Justin Sedgmen 37,
2 Max Fricke 37,
4 Sam Masters 36,
5 Dakota North 35,
6 Rohan Tungate 31,
7 Tyson Nelson 30,
8 Josh Grajczonek 29,
9 Chris Holder 23,
10 Jack Holder 15

Share Article:

Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Tumblr
Pinterest
Reddit
Email
Print
Action Sports Decals

More News: Latest Headlines

More News: Latest Headlines

Motocross

Factory Honda In Winning Early Season Form At Sunshine State Championships

Dirt Track

2024 NSW Dirt Track Season Lifts Off At Somersby Super TT Meeting

Supercross

World Champion Max Anstie Secures 2024 East Coast Supercross Championship Red Plate

Motocross

Jed Beaton Tops The Podium At 2024 New Zealand Motocross Championships Round Two

Supercross

Cooper Webb And Haiden Deegan Win Drama-Filled Arlington Supercross

EnduroCross

Billy Bolt's FIM SuperEnduro Win Streak Continues In Bulgaria

Supercross

Shoulder Injury Rules Evan Ferry Out Of Arlington Supercross

Supercross

Christian Craig To Sit Out Arlington Supercross

MXGP

Mattia Guadagnini Joins The Early Season Injury List

Motocross

Jake Cannon Signs With Factory Honda

MXGP

Liam Everts To Miss MXGP Season Opener

Motocross

Tim Gajser – Motivated for 2024

What's On This Week

AMA GNCC - R2
Wild Boar, Palatka, FL
Monday, March 4th, 2024
AMA Supercross Round 8
Daytona International Speedway -Daytona Beach, FL
Saturday, March 2nd, 2024
FIM SuperEnduro World Championship - R7
GP UK, Newcastle
Saturday, March 2nd, 2024

Featured:

First Look At The All New 2024 Beta 450RX

2024 Yamaha YZ250F Review

Enhance Your Bike’s Protection With Force Accessories Custom Clutch Cover

2023 Sherco 300 SE Factory Ride Review

Michelin StarCross 6 – Inspected

Drink Wirelessly with SoleStream

What's On This Week

AMA GNCC - R2
Wild Boar, Palatka, FL
Monday, March 4th, 2024
AMA Supercross Round 8
Daytona International Speedway -Daytona Beach, FL
Saturday, March 2nd, 2024
FIM SuperEnduro World Championship - R7
GP UK, Newcastle
Saturday, March 2nd, 2024