It seems as if KTM Off-Road Team‰Ûªs Daniel ‰Û÷Chucky‰Ûª Sanders may just be the man to beat in this year‰Ûªs Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) if the first two rounds at Kilkivan are anything to go by, after the Victorian rider was once again victorious in the second round in both the outright and E3 category.
Sanders did admit that he did start off a bit slow in the first few sprints after just trying to find the correct lines and get into a rhythm.
It wasn‰Ûªt until the fifth run where Sanders finally took the overall lead from Active8 Yamaha Yamalube‰Ûªs Josh Green who was the early pace setter for the round.
Sanders explained that the track today had a nice little technical section through the dried up creek bed, which was really rough and rocky, which he believed was where it was paying off for him as he had a great rhythm through that section.
The finishing order between Sanders and Green was a slender .999sec, which Sanders described as a ‰ÛÏgreat win and a big confident booster‰Û