In the MX2 ranks, the entire field will be looking for a way to reign in DPH Motorsports Wilson Todd
who has been near untouchable in the past four motos.
After opening the season with a third-place moto finish in the mud pit at Appin, The 2018 champion has since gone undefeated and holds a handy 28 point lead over Yamahalube Yamaha's Jay Wilson.
"We get five races this weekend, three on Saturday and two on Sunday, so fitness and conditioning will be a factor this weekend for sure, but I'm confident I'll be able to be at the front each time the gate drops. I've been working hard, and I want to put the FC250 on top again this weekend." Todd commented.
Serco Yamaha's Aaron Tanti
and team-mate Nathan Crawford
both had good rides last time out at Broadford along with Penrite Honda CRF racing's Kyle Webster, with the trio all needing to finish ahead of Todd to keep their Championship hopes alive.
Joining the MX1 and MX2 classes on track this weekend will once again be the MXD class that is currently headed by Regan Duffy, with Honda's Rhys Budd five points down in second position.
Australia's fastest female racers will have their first opportunity to show off their riding talents in 2019 as they contest four races across the weekend.
With the likes of Meghan Rutledge
and Maddy Brown
lining up, the pace up front will be fast and furious.
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