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Toby Price Leads Double Hat-Trick For KTM Off-Road In South Australia

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The Motorex KTM Off-Road Team made it a perfect weekend with another 1-2-3 result in Round 6 of the 2015 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) in Wanbi, South Australia on Sunday.

The podium for the sprint round finished in the exact same order as yesterday‰Ûªs Round 5 cross country, with Toby Price taking out both the overall and E3 class win for the fifth time this season, ahead of teammates Tye Simmonds (E2 class winner) and Daniel Sanders.

The occupants of the fourth and fifth positions also didn‰Ûªt alter from yesterday, with CDR Yamaha‰Ûªs Chris Hollis and Active8 Yamaha‰Ûªs Josh Green rounding out the top five.

In the 19 & Under class, Lyndon Snodgrass rebounded from the disappointment of missing the podium in yesterday‰Ûªs cross country to finish ahead of Round 5 winner Tom Mason and Peter Daniel Allen.

The Women‰Ûªs top three mirrored the repeat results of the overall men‰Ûªs standings, with Yamaha Racing‰Ûªs Tayla Jones, ShercoAus Ballards Motorex Off-Road‰Ûªs Jess Gardiner and Yamaha‰Ûªs Emelie Karlsson all again saluting on the podium.

Trent Lean managed to turn the tables on Robert Day to claim a round win in the Masters' class, while Kirk Hutton again blitzed the Veteran‰Ûªs field.

In the juniors, Fraser Higlett (J4) and Mitchell Brierley (J2) both made it two from two for the weekend, while Joshua Brierley joined his twin brother as a round winner in Wanbi with a win in the J3 section.

The 2015 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship will now head to Aratula, Queensland for Rounds 7 and 8 on June 20-21.

ROUND 6 OUTRIGHT TOP 10
1st: Toby Price (Motorex KTM Off-Road Team, E3)
2nd: Tye Simmonds (Motorex KTM Off-Road Team, E2)
3rd: Daniel Sanders (Motorex KTM Off-Road Team, E3)
4th: Chris Hollis (CDR Yamaha, E2)
5th: Josh Green (Active8 Yamaha, E1)
6th: Beau Ralston (Active8 Yamaha, E2)
7th: Glenn Kearney (Husqvarna Enduro Team, E3)
8th: Stefan Granqvist (Yamaha Privateer, E2)
9th: Riley Graham (KTM Privateer, E1)
10th: Ivan Long (Motorex KTM Off-Road Team, E3)

For full results from round six Click Here
Top Image: Toby Price lead another perfect sweep for KTM on Sunday

Credit: Aaryn Minerds

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