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Mixed Results For Altherm JCR Yamaha Team At The Penultimate NZ MX National

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Mixed Results For Altherm JCR Yamaha Team At The Penultimate NZ MX National
Altherm JCR Yamaha rider Kayne Lamont will be gunning for his maiden MX1 win at the final round of the 2018 New Zealand Motocross Championships next Saturday. Credit: Phil Smith/Clmintiepix
Altherm JCR Yamaha team riders had a mixed bag of results at the rescheduled third round of the New Zealand Motocross Championships in Hawkes Bay on the weekend.

Promising youngster Maximus Purvis continued his success in the National 125cc class, winning the round and heading into the final races next weekend with a comfortable and commanding 15-point lead over Australian Mason Semmens.

With 1-1-2 finishes in the three races at the Ngaruroro Raceway, in Hastings, Purvis was the team‰Ûªs best-placed rider.

Championship leader Kayne Lamont had a day that ‰ÛÏwent from good to bad‰Û
Mixed Results For Altherm JCR Yamaha Team At The Penultimate NZ MX National
Altherm JCR Yamaha rider Maximus Purvis has a commanding lead in the National 125cc class after the penultimate 2018 New Zealand Motocross Championships round yesterday. Credit: Phil Smith/Clmintiepix
It is Purvis‰Ûª local circuit too and Altherm JCR Yamaha team manager Josh Coppins says the 17-year-old is ‰ÛÏvery fast there.‰Û
Mixed Results For Altherm JCR Yamaha Team At The Penultimate NZ MX National
Mechanical issues have hampered Australian Altherm JCR Yamaha rider Jay Wilson‰Ûªs MX2 campaign but he will come out fighting for round glory next weekend. Credit: Phil Smith/Clmintiepix

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