Round two of the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) has been run and won at Gympie in Queensland with many of the support class riders backing up their round one results with a win.
Jemma Wilson has sent a strong message to her competition in the Women‰Ûªs class, after taking out Sunday‰Ûªs sprint to back up Saturdays win.
Ben Grabham also completed the double to get off to the perfect start in the Veterans class, whilst Geoff Ballard took out the Masters class at Round 2 of the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC).
It was a weekend of back to back wins for the Juniors on Sundaywith Korey McMahon dominating the J4 class in style, Will Riordan taking J3 and his brother Angus, J2 . It‰Ûªs quite clear that the future of the AORC is in great hands with many Juniors putting on brilliant displays. The Juniors once again competed from the bLU cRU test gate.
In a quest for three titles in a row, Wilson couldn‰Ûªt have gotten off to a better start in the pursuit finishing Sunday with a time of 1:07:27.921. Wilson had stiff competition today from Emelie Karlsson who finished in second, 24 seconds behind Wilson with her 1:07:51.129. Jessica Gardiner of the Yamaha MX Store Ballard‰Ûªs Off-Road Team enjoyed a solid weekend‰Ûªs riding in her return to the Australian scene, finishing in third position 1:08:12.758, after a second place in Round 1.