Waters and Wilson looking to continue form at Round 2 of the Supercross at Toowoomba


Wilson Coolair Motul Factory Suzuki riders Todd Waters and Luke Wilson are putting the finishing touches on their preparation for the second instalment of the 2016 Australian Supercross Championship being held at Toowoomba in Queensland on Friday, after a month jam packed with events for the pair.

With the second round being held in Queensland, once again the team will be hoping to capitalise on the reduced travel time plus the home crowd support, and both Wilson and Waters are positioned well to continue with their form that was showcased at Jimboomba.

Following an impressive round one Supercross performance where he finished just one position shy of the SX1 podium in fourth, Waters has represented Australia at the 2016 MXoN in Italy, returned to Australia to continue his Supercross training program, and shared that despite his crazy schedule that he can‰Ûªt wait to get back on the line tomorrow night.

"I'm feeling pretty good. It was a good trip going over to Italy, but when we were over there, everyone got sick and when I got back I picked it up too, so I've been battling the flu a little bit, but I've had a really solid week of riding," Waters shared.

"The track for this round is looking really good. It's a big track and it's going to get a few different lines and be quite technical, so it should produce some good racing.

"I know i've been busy but i'm a racer, so i'll be heading out this weekend to do the best that I can. My main focus is to try and get some good starts - we were lacking that at the last round so if I can get a couple of those and put in 20 solid laps, it should be a good weekend."
New Dad Luke Wilson will be looking to continue the form he showed at the opening round where he finished 7th
Team mate Wilson, has also had an eventful few weeks since round one, recently welcoming his first child, a daughter in to the world, all the while continuing preparation for round two of the Supercross, and says that he‰Ûªs now got extra incentive to step things up again this weekend.

‰ÛÏAfter Jimboomba, I didn‰Ûªt realise that I‰Ûªd actually hurt my neck, so I had a week or so off to let everything heal up and then we had our baby, so it‰Ûªs been a pretty crazy few weeks,‰Û

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