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WAMX Junior MX Championships Heads To Chidlow This Sunday

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This Sunday, July 19th WAJMCC at Chidlow, located in Perth‰Ûªs hills hosts the fourth Make Smoking History WAMX Junior State Championship round.

The venue last hosted an event only two weeks ago which had many Junior riders using this as pre state round training on the undulating hard packed surface.

The season now starts to get serious with only two rounds remaining after Sunday and on the unforgiving sand tracks at Bunbury and Wanneroo.

Kayden Minear maintains the series lead in the 50cc Auto class with a 32 point lead from Seth Clark who holds down second in the championships from Taj Moore, Deacon Paice and Jake Rumens. Minear, Paice and Rumens were all in great form at the previous round at Byford, plus at the recent Eric Walter Cup at Chidlow, they will all be on race pace and keen for maximum points at round 4.

The 65cc class have been combined and scored separately this season, and the racing has benefited all riders across both classes, also adding an exciting dimension to the racing between the classes, which has continued to be a crowd favourite from round to round.

In the 7-U10 years, Tylar Soloman holds a slender lead from Jake Harvey and Seth Clark in the series championship. Seth Clark holds the advantage of taking the previous rounds win at Byford, yet Jaylee Rimbas, Cobey Brown and Kaydean Minear are extremely confident heading into this fourth round picking up successful results only two weeks ago at Chidlow.

In the older age group 10-12 Years Liam Atkinson has a ten point lead in the series from Cody Chittick, and these two riders have been the bench mark this season, trading places and trying to secure valuable points. Coming into this round, hot form holds Seth Manuel, Myles Gilmore, Kaj Radcliffe, Bailey Smith and Jack Doyle in contention for a podium.

The 85/150cc 9-12 years class has the continuing battle between Liam Atkinson taking over as the new series leader from rival Cody Chittick by only 5 points. Seth Manuel picked up second at the third round which has him now holding down third from Jake Minear and Evan Browne, with all riders showing strong results on the hard packed surface.

The 85/150ccc 12-16 series leader Regan Duffy heads to the Junior World Championships in Spain. Duffy holds a 19 point lead from second placed Mitchell Outram who has been in outstanding form this season. Another big improver has been Jacob Daniels and his results are testament to his performance holding third place in the championships with Corben Weinert and Rhys Burnett holding fourth and fifth in the standings heading into this important fourth round at Chidlow. Riley Stephens, Jai Gimenez, Jack Court and Sam Baxter have also been big movers and are all a chance to pick up strong results.

The 100/125cc 13-15 years has Mitch Outram as the series leader, despite second placed Billy Middleton taking the previous round win from Mat Fabry who sits in third in the points chase from Kurt Oinn and Austin Ridley who make up the top five positions. Kai Stephen showed some great improvement battling with Kyle Gillespie and Jeffrey Head who has also shown some great results in his racing at Byford.

In the older age group, 100/125 cc 15 Years, Justin Hart‰Ûªs dominance in this class shows the depth of his talent with the series lead over Dale Doutch, Jonathon Hartley, Tom West and Ryder Smith in the championship standings.

With podium results last month to Matt Fabry and Kai Stephen, they will be looking to keep the momentum going but are expected to be challenged by Billy Middleton, Cody Heggs and Dylan Hennessey who have all recorded some successful results.

The 128-150cc/250cc Defending champion Justin Hart has a 48 point lead from his nearest rival, second placed Mat Fabry and Jonathon Hartley holds down third in the championship. Kai Stephen and Billy Middleton sit in fourth and fifth place in the points standing with a mere one point separating them.

The consistent form of Kurt Oinn, Cory Perkin, Justin Walker, Jake Woods and Cory Woodhead is expected to keep these riders in the points charge, yet all will be hard pressed to stop the hard charge of Justin Hart from the top of the pack.

Round 4 heads to the last hardpacked surface of the round at Chidlow on July 19th, WAJMCC, Old Northam Road, Chidlow, WA

Spectator Entry is FREE with racing getting underway from 9.30am

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