The YMF and YMI Veterans were the last riders to take to the track this afternoon, and as a result the oldest riders in the field were handed with the roughest and most difficult track of the day.
With two gate drops once again, the over 30s were the first to take off, and it was Mosig who this time took the holeshot. When the gate dropped for the second time for the over 40s class, it was once again Yamaha‰Ûªs Taylor who shot off into the race lead.
After only a lap, Mosig continued to lead from Cash and Powell in the over 30‰Ûªs, while Taylor remained in the top spot ahead of Horwood and Regeling in the 40 plus category.
With the track drying significantly in the later stages of today, the veterans had not only their competitors to contend with, but the dust too, and once again it was Mosig and Taylor who took to the conditions like true professionals, ticking off lap after lap in the lead of their respective classes.
As the final moto for the veterans began to reach it‰Ûªs later stages there had been little change to positions, and when the chequered flag flew for the last time, it was a repeat of moto one‰Ûªs results with both Mosig and Taylor claiming race victories.
Second place in race two for the YMI 30 plus category went to Cash, followed by Powell in third. Horwood secured second place in the over 40‰Ûªs class, while Regeling held on to finish his final moto in third.
With the results from both motos combined, it was Mosig who claimed his first Yamaha Motor Insurance 30 plus Veterans Australian Championship, second was awarded to Honda mounted Cash, while Victorian Powell completed the 30 plus podium.
In the YMF 40 plus category, Taylor‰Ûªs 1,1 race results saw him take the championship honors at Coolum, followed by Regeling and Horwood who completed the veterans class podium.
‰ÛÏI‰Ûªm feeling really good about today! This is pretty much my first race back since 2013,‰Û