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Pirelli MX Nationals Round Three Results and Current Championship Standings

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Pirelli MX Nationals Round Three Results and Current Championship Standings
Dean Ferris continues his winning streak at the MX Nationals - Credit: CDR Yamaha (File)
CDR Yamaha Monster Energy Team‰Ûªs two-time defending Thor MX1 champion Dean Ferris has continued his relentless pursuit of the 2018 Pirelli MX Nationals title by dominating both MX1 races in the dark loam of Wonthaggi, Victoria.

In the first of two rounds to be hosted this weekend, Ferris convincingly won both races, while Raceline Pirelli KTM rookie Mitch Evans finished an impressive second overall, ahead of KTM Motocross Racing Team‰Ûªs Luke Clout.

In the opening race of the weekend Ferris leapt to the front and quickly showed the rest of the pack a clean pair of heels, extending his eventual victory lead to more than 35 seconds. Behind him, KTM Racing Team‰Ûªs former MX Nationals champion Kirk Gibbs claimed second ahead of his teammate Clout, who scraped onto the podium after Penrite Honda Racing‰Ûªs Brett Metcalfe experienced a mechanical problem on the final lap. Rhys Carter (Complete Parts Kawasaki Racing) finished fourth and Evans fifth.

In the MX1‰Ûªs second outing, Gibbs grabbed the hole-shot and pulled a small lead before crashing out of contention on the second lap. Gibbs‰Ûª misfortune granted Ferris the lead, which he held unchallenged to the chequered flag. Evans finished a remarkable second ahead of fellow rookie, Davey Motorsports Husqvarna‰Ûªs Caleb Ward, while Clout and Metcalfe rounded out the top five.
Penrite Pirelli CRF Honda Racing‰Ûªs Kyle Webster enjoyed a memorable day in Wonthaggi‰Ûªs black sand by claiming his first-ever overall victory in the Pirelli MX2 class.

Webster won the opening race and backed it up with a third in the second outing to secure his maiden win. Serco Yamaha pairing Nathan Crawford and Wilson Todd filled the remaining positions on the podium with second and third overall respectively.

The Western Australian Webster started his day perfectly with a wire-to-wire 14-second victory in the opening moto, ahead of series leader Crawford, who fought through the pack after a mediocre start, and Jay Wilson (Yamalube Yamaha Racing). Penrite Pirelli CRF Honda Racing‰Ûªs Jackson Richardson finished fourth after running as high as second, narrowly ahead of Davey Motorsport KTM‰Ûªs Hamish Harwood in fifth.

Todd broke through for his first race win of the year in the second MX2 race, more than 17 seconds ahead of Crawford, who again had to push hard through the pack all race. Webster finished a hard-fought third after leading the race earlier. Wilson put in another solid ride to finish fourth, ahead of 2017 MX2 champion and early race leader Egan Mastin (KTM Motocross Racing Team).

MX1 Round Three Oveall Results
1 Dean Ferris 70
2 Mitch Evans 58
3 Luke Clout 58
4 Caleb Ward 54
5 Rhys Carter 52
6 Dylan Long 48
7 Kade Mosig 47
8. Brett Metcalfe 46
9. Daniel Milner 42
10. Connor Tierney 41
11. Kirk Gibbs 37
12. Mitch Norris 36
13. Joel Wightman 36
14. Zak Small 35
15. Charlie Creech 33
16. James Alen 30
17. Levi McManus 27
18. Izak Maule 26
19. Corey James 25
20. Kayne Lamont 23
21. Beau Dargel 22
22. Calib Best 19
23. Steven Collins 18
24. Darcy Jones 16
25. Nic Frayne 13
26. Thomas Hill 10
27. Eddie Brown 10

THOR MX1 Championship Standings After Round 3 of 10
1. Dean Ferris 212
2. Kirk Gibbs 167
3. Luke Clout 167
4. Mitch Evans 161
5. Caleb Ward 153
6. Dylan Long 152
7. Kade Mosig 148
8. Rhys Carter 148
9. Brett Metcalfe 135
10. Connor Tierney 126
11. Joel Wightman 116
12. Zak Small 108
13. Mitch Norris 99
14. James Alen 95
15. Charlie Creech 86
16. Beau Dargel 72
17. Levi McManus 71
18. Kayne Lamont 62
19. Joel Green 59
20. Izak Maule 59

MX2 Round Three Overall Results:
1 Kyle Webster 65
2 Nathan Crawford 64
3 Wilson Todd 59
4 Jay Wilson 58
5 Egan Mastin 51
6 Hamish Harwood 51
7 Dylan Wills 47
8 Aaron Tanti 42
9 Jy Roberts 42
10 Jayden Rykers 42
11. Kale Makeham 42
12. Cody Dyce 33
13. Isaac Ferguson 31
14. Jesse Madden 28
15. Jackson Richardson 28
16. James Brown 27
17. Lochie Latimer 26
18. Kaleb Barham 25
19. Jordan Hill 24
20. Sam Pelz 22
21. Ricky Latimer 19
22. Lachlan Wilson 19
23. Cooper Pozniak 18
24. Joel Evans 18
25. Chandler Burns 16
26. Tomas Ravenhorst 11
27. Maddy Brown 10
28. Daniel Grattan 8
29. Eden Farley 6
30. Glen Segeri 5
31. Jack O'Callaghan 5
32. Shannon Moore 5
33. Nathan Hewlett 4
34. Colby Campbell 1

Pirelli MX2 Championship Standings After Round 3 of 10
1. Nathan Crawford 197
2. Wilson Todd 168
3. Kyle Webster 166
4. Jay Wilson 166
5. Aaron Tanti 152
6. Hamish Harwood 151
7. Egan Mastin 146
8. Dylan Wills 139
9. Jackson Richardson 130
10. Kale Makeham 123
11. Jy Roberts 113
12. Jesse Madden 102
13. Cody Dyce 94
14. Tomas Ravenhorst 83
15. Ricky Latimer 78
16. Richie Evans 76
17. Cooper Pozniak 75
18. Joel Evans 73
19. Sam Pelz 70
20. Isaac Ferguson 64

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