Unfortunately, the news for Jayce Cosford
wasn‰Ûªt good as a fall in the first race saw him taken to hospital with a broken leg that will have him sidelined for some time.
had his first race in seniors and dominated the MX2 Expert class with three emphatic victories. Rogers was hurt at the opening round back in February but was happy to be back on track again and hopes to be moved into the Pro class for the coming rounds where he can test his speed and endurance against the likes of Tanti and Wilson.
also made the trip up from New South Wales and had some issues in the MX2 race on Saturday but was able to get back on track on Sunday and contest the MX1 Pro class on his YZ250F. Budd finished third overall on the back of his 4-4-3 results.
In the junior divisions, Jake Cannon
claimed fourth in a fast and furious 12-15 years 85 class that saw the top five riders laying it on the line. Cannon finished with 3-5-4 results with a fall in race two costing him a possible podium result. After two rounds, Cannon leads the series on his YZ85.
In the 13-15 years 250cc class, Zac Watson
dealt with poor starts and some crashes to finish fifth while Charli Cannon again gave it to the boys to charge home in seventh.
Round three of the Sunshine State Motocross series will hit the picturesque MX Farm at Gympie on August 1-2.
Good numbers all attended the re-start of the NSW racing calendar and they all converged on the Dargle MX complex to contest round two of the East Coast MX Series. The venue provided the perfect setting for not just to motocross riders to get back into the swing of things, but also the off road riders and the likes of Luke Styke
, Jeremy Carpentier
, Blake Hollis
and Jess Gardiner
all enjoyed the hit out alongside the motocross regulars.
Styke, Carpentier and Hollis contested the MX Open class with Styke and Carpentier making it a Yamaha 1-2 on the podium. Style finished with 2-1-1-1 results in his four motos while Carpentier claimed 1-2-5-3 finishes to take second.
Blake Hollis was a front runner in the MX250 Pro class but an 11th in race two slowed his march to the podium. He finished with 3-11-4-3 to round out the day in fifth place.
showed she just isn‰Ûªt all off road and charged to a second place finish in the Women‰Ûªs class. The off road champ finished with 2-2-3-2 results to give her second on the day and valuable track time before the resumption of the AORC.
The next round of the East Coast MX will be held at Nowra on August 8-9.
Sunshine State Series results: https://speedhive.mylaps.com/Events/1781729
East Coast MX results: https://www.eastcoastmx.com.au/results/2020/index.htm
QLD SSMX Results ‰ÛÒ Round Two
1st Aaron Tanti -99
2nd Noah Ferguson ‰ÛÒ 95
3rd Jay Wilson ‰ÛÒ 91
1st Levi Rogers ‰ÛÒ 105
2nd Jake Kowal - 86
3rd Logan May - 85
1st Dean Ferris ‰ÛÒ 105
2nd Lochie Latimer ‰ÛÒ 96
3rd Rhys Budd ‰ÛÒ 86
12-15 years 85cc
1st Byron Dennis ‰ÛÒ 99
2nd Braden Plath ‰ÛÒ 98
3rd Ryley Fitzpatrick ‰ÛÒ 92
4th Jake Cannon ‰ÛÒ 84
East Coast MX Results ‰ÛÒ Round Two
1st Luke Styke ‰ÛÒ 137
2nd Jeremy Carpentier - 123
3rd John Bova ‰ÛÒ 115
1st Jess Moore ‰ÛÒ 140
2nd Jess Gardiner ‰ÛÒ 126
3rd Tanesha Harnett - 122
1st Blake Fox ‰ÛÒ 140
2nd John Bova ‰ÛÒ 124
3rd Cameron Torpy ‰ÛÒ 112
4th Tyler Darby ‰ÛÒ 112
5th Blake Hollis - 108