Motocross

Yamaha MX Nationals Development Series heads to Horsham

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This weekend, the Victorian town of Horsham, located 300 kilometres north west of Melbourne, will host Round 3 of the Yamaha MX Nationals Development Series and Round 4 of the Australian Women‰Ûªs Motocross Championship. On Sunday 15 July, the most talented young Motocross riders in Australia and our top female Motocross riders will compete in their respective Championships as they come one step closer to deciding who will take top honours in 2007. World Women‰Ûªs Champion, New Zealander Katherine Prumm currently leads the Series and will defend her number 1 position at Horsham. The Kawasaki rider has recently returned from Sweden where she secured top placing in Round 2 of the 2007 World Women‰Ûªs Championship. At only 18 years of age, Prumm‰Ûªs domination is unparalleled in Australian Women‰Ûªs Motocross. Prumm is a shining ambassador for women in sport, but the Australian Women‰Ûªs Motocross Championship only made its debut in 2006. Until last year, female riders had to match it with the guys if they wanted to compete at a top level. Now, with a national championship to call their own, the women have gone from strength to strength and the Series has attracted a high level of talent. Also riding at Horsham will be the country‰Ûªs most elite junior riders, headed up by the Craig Dack Rookies 15 years Lites Class. Keiron Hall currently holds a 15 point lead in the class but has names like Alex Morris, Timothy Lonsdale and Honda Racing's Ross Beaton all ready to pounce should the youngster slip up. The Yamaha MX Development Series was created to nurture the Motocross stars of tomorrow and the Championship has already produced several riders who have the potential to progress to the international level. Gates open: - 7.00am.
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For more information in relation to the 2007 Yamaha MX Nationals Development Series go to www.ozmotox.com.au. Click on the link to access the website.

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