Motocross

Serco continue to ride wave of success with second straight 1-2 overall result

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Serco Yamaha continue to ride the wave of momentum flowing over them with another sensational result at round three of the MX Nationals held at the Wonthaggi circuit in Victoria.

The pairing of Luke Styke and Luke Clout in the MX2 division has proven to be a stroke of genius for the Serco Yamaha team as the pair racked up their second consecutive 1-2 round result in the championship.

Luke Styke returned to the winners circle, taking the round win with 1-2 results in the two motos raced. In the six races contested so far in the season, Styke has had four race wins and two second places in a consistent and well thought-out championship so far.

Styke took control of moto one just after the 10 minute mark and then managed to keep his team mate Clout at arm‰Ûªs length to win the race. Moto two had Styke in second place early but he admitted struggling to find the smooth lines to realise his full race pace and finished the race in second place.

‰ÛÏI wasn‰Ûªt able to ride at all this week after my crash last week at Murray Bridge so it was good to be able to come away with a win despite not getting a full week of training in,‰Û
Clouts early season for continued at Wonthaggi, picking up his second straight podium results.Credit: Rice Photography
With round overalls of 4-1-2, Clout consolidates his second place in the championship and has been the revelation of the 2013 season so far.

‰ÛÏI‰Ûªm pretty happy with how things went on Sunday." Clout stated. "I might not have won, but I felt that I rode as good as I could and put in two good motos.

"My speed has been pretty good, my fitness is there and my consistency is improving so it‰Ûªs all heading in the right direction,‰Û

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