Tanti and Wills Take the MX2 Wins While Todd Strengthens MX Championship Lead at Ranch MX


Serco Yamaha's Wilson Todd took a pair of podiums to remain at the top of the points table with 2 rounds remaining. Photo: Aaryn Minerds (file)
Aaron Tanti and Dylan Wills took the round 7 and 8 wins in the MX2 class of the Pirelli MX Nationals at Ranch MX, NSW, last weekend, while Yamaha's Wilson Todd maintained his championship lead with a pair of podiums.

Tanti took his second win of the year via a 3-2 result in round 7 which was run over both days.

‰ÛÏIt was a different format this weekend, but I was pretty happy with how I went,‰Û
Dylan Wills took the round 8 win on Sunday and now sits 4th in the standings. Photo: Aaryn Minerds (file)
Round 8, which was run over two 15 minute motos on Sunday afternoon, was won by Dylan Wills. Wills scored an equal 67 points with Todd and was awarded the round overall on account of his better second moto result. Both riders sharing a win and a second.

"Kade's been such a huge influence on my riding this year, so it was tough sitting in the truck without him there this weekend, but to the team's credit, they knuckled down, focused on the job in front of us and really had my back all weekend," Wills said referreing to suspended DPH Motorsport team-mate Kade Mosig.

"I'm so happy to have finally gotten my first overall win, and glad I could give the guys some good news. I felt really good on the bike coming into the weekend and my speed was there in round seven, so when I finally got stronger starts in the last two races, I was battling for the lead rather than passing to get to the front. With two rounds to go, this is where I want to be, so I'll be working even harder to stay here."

Wilson Todd's second place saw him maintain a solid lead in the MX2 standing with two rounds to go.

‰ÛÏIt was a lively weekend with the format changes, the track and also being a double header but I managed to get through it pretty well and was able to get a few extra points in the championship, so I can‰Ûªt complain too much,‰Û
Aaron Tanti won his second round for the season to move to second in the standings. Photo: Aaryn Minerds (file)
PIRELLI MX2 Round 7 Overall Top 20:
1 Aaron Tanti 62 Points
2 Hamish Harwood 61 Points
3 Wilson Todd 61 Points
4 Dylan Wills 60 Points
5 Jay Wilson 53 Points
6 Jayden Rykers 50 Points
7 Cody Dyce 47 Points
8 Richie Evans 44 Points
9 Kale Makeham 43 Points
10 Jy Roberts 41 Points
11 Ricky Latimer 37 Points
12 Joel Evans 36 Points
13 Tomas Ravenhorst 33 Points
14 Lochie Latimer 29 Points
15 Sam Pelz 29 Points
16 Kyle Webster 25 Points
17 Kaleb Barham 24 Points
18 Glen Segeri 24 Points
19 Jack O'Callaghan 23 Points
20 James Maslin 23 Points

PIRELLI MX2 Round 8 Overall Top 20:
1 Dylan Wills 67 Points
2 Wilson Todd 67 Points
3 Aaron Tanti 58 Points
4 Jay Wilson 54 Points
5 Hamish Harwood 54 Points
6 Cody Dyce 48 Points
7 Richie Evans 47 Points
8 Kale Makeham 46 Points
9 Jayden Rykers 45 Points
10 Jy Roberts 44 Points
11 Cooper Pozniak 41 Points
12 Kaleb Barham 38 Points
13 Tomas Ravenhorst 37 Points
14 Jesse Madden 34 Points
15 Ricky Latimer 32 Points
16 Sam Pelz 28 Points
17 Lochie Latimer 28 Points
18 James Maslin 26 Points
19 Joel Evans 23 Points
20 Jack O'Callaghan 23 Points

Pirelli MX2 Championship Standings after round 8 of 10
1. Wilson Todd - 498 Points
2. Aaron Tanti - 441 Points
3. Hamish Harwood - 437 Points
4. Dylan Wills - 419 Points
5. Jay Wilson - 390 Points
6. Kale Makeham - 348 Points
7. Jy Roberts - 345 Points
8. Kyle Webster - 327 Points
9. Egan Mastin - 308 Points
10. Cody Dyce - 267 Points
11. Tomas Ravenhorst - 247 Points
12. Cooper Pozniak - 244 Points
13. Joel Evans - 229 Points
14. Richie Evans - 228 Points
15. Ricky Latimer - 223 Points
16. Nathan Crawford - 222 Points
17. Jayden Rykers - 218 Points
18. Sam Pelz - 204 Points
19. Kaleb Barham - 187 Points
20. Lochie Latimer - 182 Points

Full results can be found here

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