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Perfect score for Moss in Stroke Supercross Summer Nationals

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Delivering another string of scintillating performances, Team Shift Motul Suzuki's Matt Moss wrapped up the Stroke Supercross Summer Nationals Series with a perfect score after again winning all four Pro Lites races at Dubbo Speedway (NSW), last night.
Matt Moss in action. Photo: Mick Innes (SMX Industries)
Unbeaten in the series, a jubilant Moss finished with the maximum 200 points available to win both the night and the Pro Lites summer series in front of a packed and appreciative crowd in Dubbo. Woodstock Honda Thor racer, Craig Anderson took top honours for the series in the Pro Open class, while his teammate Daniel McCoy was the hero of the night winning three of four races to claim the Open class round victory. The Supercross U19 victor KTM's Jarryd McNeil also took a clean sweep ahead of local duo Brodie Hartin and Andrew Bird, as he won four from four action-packed races, with just one race from the opening round marring his shot at also taking home a perfect score sheet for the series. Motorex KTM's Tye Simmonds was untouchable as he delivered a classy victory in the Supercross Junior Lites, but with only one round under his belt, Simmonds was unable to catch Dylan Gosling who won the series ahead of James Flanagan and Jake Ridley. Geran Stapleton won the night in the Supercross 85-150cc (14-15yrs) while round one winner Luke Bond took out the series honours. In the Supercross 85-150cc (12-13yrs) class, James Booth Elliott was the one to catch in all three races, while Luke Clout took the series win. Featuring an action-packed event line-up including Supercross racing, Freestyle Motocross displays, show-stopping Monster Trucks and a dazzling fireworks finale, the Stroke Supercross Summer Nationals wowed an estimated 9,000 fans at the Dubbo Speedway. "Eight straight wins is pretty unbelievable; I'm so happy with myself and all of Team Shift Motul Suzuki," Moss said. "I?ve been training so hard on and off the bike so it's good to see that it has paid off. "The guys have put an awesome bike together, so 100% thanks to them; it's been great. "It's good to have these sorts of races leading up to the motocross series, and Full Throttle Sports always put on a great event. "We're all racers and it's good to have the chance get out there and race the competition, so I hope they keep running a summer series of Supercross each year. "It's really good to come to regional areas like Dubbo and give the crowd a chance to see what Supercross is all about, I?m hoping we can come back here again next year." Moss finished Full Throttle Sports, general manager Sean Wisneske was pleased with the series, "We are so pleased with how successful this Stroke Supercross Summer Nationals has been; each event far exceeded our expectations in terms of crowd attendance and I think it shows that running this type of series can be a key way to grow our sport in this country. "The people of Dubbo and the surrounding areas were fantastic; they really got behind the Supercross Summer Nationals and I believe we managed to deliver a top night of family entertainment for them. "After the rain delays from earlier in the week, it is pretty incredible that we managed to pull everything together so well and the evening went to plan. "The action on the track delivered race after race of fierce Supercross battling, the extreme Freestyle displays were a huge hit with the crowd and the Monster Truck and fireworks provided a fitting finale to a huge night of entertainment." Main Photo: Daniel McCoy
Credit: Mick Innes (SMX Industries)

RESULTS: Stroke Supercross Summer Nationals Round 2

PRO OPEN:
1 Daniel McCoy 95
2 Craig Anderson 89
3 Brent Landman 84
4 Toby Price 66
5 Todd Smith 62
6 Kane Scanlan 65
7 Kyle Dicecco 57

PRO LITES:
1 Matt Moss 100
2 Lewis Woods 86
3 Ryan Marmont 82
4 Taylor Potter 66
5 Jesse Paech 62
6 Kade Mosig 36
7 Dean Ferris 16
8 Dean Hibbard 13
9 Brad Matheson 0
10 Joshua Spanos 0

U19's SX:
Jarryd McNeil
Brodie Hartin
Andrew Bird

JNR LITES SX:
Tye Simmonds
Dylan Gosling
James Flanagan

85-150cc (14-15yrs) SX:
Geran Stapleton
Luke Bond
Luke Smith

85-150cc (12-13yrs) SX:
James Booth Elliott
Luke Clout,
Dale Fear

Stroke Supercross Summer Nationals Overall Series

PRO OPEN:
1 Craig Anderson 189
2 Daniel McCoy 169
3 Brent Landman 168
4 Kane Scanlan 123
5 Kyle Dicecco 115
6 Todd Smith 85
7 Danny Ham 74
8 Peter Boyle 68
9 Toby Price 66
10 Travis Whitten 52

PRO LITES:
1 Matt Moss 200
2 Ryan Marmont 164
3 Lewis Woods 156
4 Taylor Potter 126
5 Kade Mosig 120
6 Jesse Paech 113
7 Dean Ferris 103
8 Mark Grove 52
9 Joshua Spanos 50
10 Brad Matheson 26

U19's SX:
Jarryd McNeil
Brodie Hartin
Andrew Bird

JNR LITES SX:
Dylan Gosling
James Flanagan
Jake Ridley

85-150cc (14-15yrs) SX:
Geran Stapleton
Luke Bond
Luke Smith

85-150cc (12-13yrs) SX:
Luke Clout
James Booth Elliott
Dale Fear

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