After an ultra-successful round two off the MX Nationals at Appin, Sydney, that saw Yamaha teams win seven out of the eight races contested as well as all four class victories, again the same focus and energy will be required for round three of the championship as it hits the hills of Broadford in Victoria this weekend.
Two rounds into Australia‰Ûªs most prestigious dirt bike championship sees Yamaha‰Ûªs factory supported teams leading the MX2 (250cc) and MXD (under 19) championships and running second in the premier MX1 (450cc) division. This weekend will see the three main classes again competing as well as the opening round of the Australian Women‰Ûªs championship and it promises to be a pivotal round in the points chase.
Kade Mosig enters round three in good form and riding a wave of confidence after taking the round win at Appin just a fortnight ago. Mosig proved that he has the right combination of speed, fitness and race savvy to be a legitimate championship contender and knows that he will need another strong showing at Broadford.
‰ÛÏRound two went extremely well but as a team we moved on pretty fast and starting working on improving for the next round,‰Û