Day Two of the 2019 KTM Australian Junior Motocross Championships kicked off on Monday with perfect weather conditions and a full track preparation completed after timed qualifying on day one.
128-150cc 2st/250cc 4st ‰ÛÒ 13-U15
The Junior Lites class kicked off the first round of finals of the day with Cooper Holroyd (NSW) posting the fastest lap of the race to take the win ahead of Queenslander pair, Ryan Alexanderson and Cody Drew.
65cc ‰ÛÒ 7-U10
The opening heat of the 65cc-7 ‰ÛÒ U10 seen Victorian Joe Dunne take the win with a fastest lap time of 2.18 ahead of South Australians Jai Hay and Ryder Woodrow.
The second heat of the 65cc 7-U10 was strongly won by Tasmanian, Cooper Ford and fellow Tasmanian, Jay Jennings, came in for second closely followed by Jack Burton from New South Wales.
Heat three of the 65cc 7-U10 was won by New South Welshman, Jack Burton closely followed by Queenslander Lachlan Allen with fellow Queenslander, Cooper Downing coming in third.
To top off the day Heat 4 of this class saw a three-way battle with Cooper Downing (QLD), Ryder Woodrow (SA) and Joe Dunne (VIC) switching positions multiple times throughout the race with Downing eventually taking the win from Woodrow and Dunne in third.
128-150cc 2st/250cc 4st ‰ÛÒ 13-U16 Girls
The first final of the girls junior lites saw Taylor Thompson lead the majority of the race before Queensland‰Ûªs Charlie Cannon made a late pass to take the win with Taylah McCutcheon rounding up the top three.
In the afternoons second final, it was once again Cannon taking the race win, this time by a comfortable 11 seconds ahead of Thompson, with McCutcheon finishing three seconds adrift in third.