Bunbury was the mecca for motocross as round 4 of the 2016 of the Make Smoking History WAMX Senior State Championship, went all out- wearing pink in aid of supporting Breast Cancer at the Bunbury Motorcycle Club on Sunday July 24th.
Shrubland Park circuit was in pristine condition at day‰Ûªs beginning and with a bumper rider entry from across the state, it sliced, diced, spat out and dished up some of the best racing of the season, with the state championship titles all but wrapped up in some classes, and in the balance in others.
Again there were disappointing numbers in the Vets which had them mixed with the All Powers Clubman class for this round. Scott Petricevich was dominant from Trevor Unstead, and they were the two standouts for the Vets, as the All Powers would register Kylan Black as the round winner by virtue of his strong first and last moto results.
Black struggled with the second moto in the six lap sprint, but was able to muster enough for the round win. Cody Hunt, who is edging closer to a moto win picked up second for the day with Jaxon Turner joining him on the podium for third overall. Jett Cockman, Jordan Matthews and Ryan Gear would lock down consistent results with Luke Gaske, Ricky Ladiszlai, Trent Walton and Baylie Helgeland making up the top ten.
Jack Du Feu (2-1-2) secured the MX2 Repecharge round win by one point from Cameron Willsher who recorded two race wins for the day. Quaid Smith would join them on the podium for third overall. Tom Varley, Aiden Johnstone, Matthew Marson, Sean Heard, Josh Nichols, Brandon Campbell and Kyle Elliot all displaying great form improving as the day went on, but weren‰Ûªt quite able to pick up the points or positions to challenge for a top three finish.