After a five week break in the series, Yamaha Racing and its three factory supported teams are refreshed, revitalized and ready to go this weekend when the championship picks up at Nowra for round six of the MX Nationals.
The break in the series has allowed some injuries to heal, some training to be done and some fine tuning to be finalized so each rider and team can come home in the second half of the series in good form and with strong results.
CDR Yamaha ‰ÛÒ MX1
Dean Ferris and Dan Reardon return to Nowra fighting fit and ready to make their mark on the championship. Ferris currently lies in third place at the halfway point and with some race and round wins already to his name.
A final moto fall in Wanneroo has been the fire that has driven Ferris in the break and now with his health back to 100%, Dean is looking to put up a huge fight to secure his first MX1 championship.
‰ÛÏI took a week or so off after the WA round just to heal up a bit and have been head down ever since. I started with some good off track fitness and then got back on the bike and instantly felt the improvement.
‰ÛÏNowra isn‰Ûªt a track I have raced a lot in the past but its dirt and jumps so I‰Ûªm sure I will be fine. I‰Ûªm glad the break is over as I‰Ûªm ready to go racing again,‰Û