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Penrite AMX Pro Motocross Championship Results 2021 Round 2 Canberra

Penrite AMX Pro Motocross Championship Results 2021 Round 2 Canberra

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2021 Penrite ProMX Championships

Round 2 Fairburn Park, Canberra -ACT (2 May)

2021 AMX Championship - Round 2 Overall winner Luke Clout in Canberra 2

Photo: 2021 Penrite ProMX Championship Round 2 MX1 winner Luke Clout  in Canberra (All photos by: ProMX Photographer Karl Phillipson/Optikal)

Clout closes in on Duffy after Canberra victory

New South Wales rider Luke Clout was the overall Thor MX1 winner in the second round of the 2021 Penrite ProMX Championship Series.  The CDR Yamaha Monster energy rider is now challenging series leader Regan Duffy (WA, KTM) after winning both motos at the Fairburn Park circuit in Canberra on 2 May. 

Clout showed great speed in the opening round in Wonthaggi, Victoria in April, finishing second in the opening Moto. But his DNF in the second due to a mechanic failure relegated him to tenth overall.

Scoring maximum points in Canberra, Clout is now on 73 points, just 13 points behind Duffy, who finished third on a countback, after tying on 40 points with Hayden Melross (Yamaha, NSW) in second. 

Duffy finished third in Moto 1 after trailing Clout and Honda Racing Brett Metcalfe (SA). The veteran South Australian rider was awarded second in Moto 2, which was the first Thor back-to-back moto of the season, with points combined from two shorter races.

 

2021 AMX Championship - Round 2 Overall winner Luke Clout in Canberra leading Hayden Melross

Photo: 2021 ProMX Championship – Round 2 Overall winner Luke Clout (Yamaha) in Canberra leading Hayden Melross (Yamaha)

Clout won the first leg of the second moto, but was second to Kirk Gibbs (Honda, SA).  Gibbs finished in fifth overall ahead of reigning MX1 Australian Champion Todd Waters (Husqvarna, QLD).

With Clout taking the overall win in the Thor MX1 class at Canberra  from his team mate Hayden Mellross, the CDR Yamaha riders are now within 13 and 12 points, respectively, of the MX1 championship leader and red plate holder Regan Duffy who is on 85 points. 

Waters is in second place just 7 points behind Duffy and Kirk Gibbs and Brett Metcalf are also in challenging positions – tied on 70 points.

Round 2 - MX1 Results

Thor
MX1 Results

2021 AMX Championship - Round 2 Series leader Regan Duffy in Canberra

KTM rider Regan Duffy (WA) in Canberra leads the Thor MX1 series, finishing equal second on points in round 2

MX1 – Round 2 Results

1 Luke CLOUT 50
2 Hayden MELLROSS 40
3 Regan DUFFY 40
4 Todd WATERS 38
5 Kirk GIBBS 34
6 Brett METCALFE 29
7 Jayden RYKERS 27
8 Aaron TANTI 24
9 Jay LAMB 23
10 Jai WALKER 21

MX1 – Overall Standings

1 Regan DUFFY 85
2 Todd WATERS 78
3 Hayden MELLROSS 73
4 Luke CLOUT 72
5 Kirk GIBBS 70
6 Brett METCALFE 70
7 Jayden RYKERS 52
8 Jai WALKER 43
9 Maximus PURVIS 42
10 Jay LAMB 42

Round 1 – Wonthaggi VIC April 11th

Round 2 – Canberra ACT, May 2nd

Round 4 – Maitland NSW, June 27th

Round 6 – QMP Qld, August 8th 

Rounds 7 & 8 – Coolum QLD, August 14th & 15th

Deferred due to COVID-19 restrictions
–  
Round 3 Gillman SA, September 5
–  Round 5 Wodonga VIC, Date TBC

 

Webster's perfect run continues in Canberra

Victorian rider Kyle Webster (Honda) continued his perfect start to the 2021 season winning both motos in the Pirelli MX2 class at Canberra, having achieved the same result in his home round.  Webster was the overall round 2 winner, ahead of Noah Ferguson (GasGas) and Jay Wilson (Yamaha). Heading into this second round, Ferguson was outside of the Top 10, with Wilson in seventh.

Webster blasted out of the gate in the opening moto to lead from start to finish, winning by 14 seconds ahead of a pack of riders battling for the remaining podium places.  Wilson and Ferguson finished second and third, respectively, ahead of  Dylan Wills (Husqvarna) and Rhys Budd (Yamaha), who charged back to fifth after a mid-moto collision with Alex Larwood (Yamaha).

Noah Ferguson won the holeshot in the second moto to lead early.  Webster was caught up in the traffic, but by lap 3 he had fought his way into the lead. Once he hit the front he was never headed and went on to win by 8 seconds ahead of Serco Yamaha’s Nathan Crawford in second, who recovered from his first moto crash and DNF. Ferguson finished third in Moto 2, finishing second overall with a 2-3 finish, ahead of Rhys Budd and Serco Yamaha’s Jesse Dobson.

Webster now leads the series on maximum points (100) – way ahead of Rhys Bud (69), Jesse Dobson (67), Jay Wilson (66) and Nathan Crawford (60), who are battling it out for the minor placings at this early stage of the season.

Pirelli
MX2 Results

2021 AMX Pro - Round 1 Victoria - MX2 Overall winner Kyle Webster

Honda rider Kyle Webster continues his winning way in the second round of the MX2 Series  in Canberra 

MX2 – Round 2 Results

1 Kyle WEBSTER 50
2 Noah FERGUSON 40
3 Jay WILSON 37
4 Rhys BUDD 34
5 Jesse DOBSON 29
6 Dylan WILLS 29
7 Jayce COSFORD 28
8 Korey McMAHON 25
9 Nathan CRAWFORD 22
10 Levi ROGERS 22

MX2 – Overall Standings

1 Kyle WEBSTER 100
2 Rhys BUDD 69
3 Jesse DOBSON 67
4 Jay WILSON 66
5 Nathan CRAWFORD 60
6 Dylan WILLS 51
7 Noah FERGUSON 50
8 Alex LARWOOD 47
9 Levi ROGERS 44
10 Jayce COSFORD 38

Flying Fox leads MX3 class after two rounds

New South Wales rider Blake Fox (GasGas) now leads the Maxxis MX3 class after a perfect round at the Fairburn Park circuit in round 2 at Canberra. Fox won both motos on the day to finish the outright winner ahead of Ben Novak (Honda) in second and Ryder Kingsford (Yamaha) in third. 

Heading into the second round, Fox and GYTR Yamaha Junior racing team’s Ryder Kingsford were tied on 50 points, with Kingsford awarded the first round victory on a countback for winning the second moto. 

Fox was keen to make amends, but Kingsford led Moto 1 early.  Outside of the top ten, Fox stormed through the field to take the lead early in lap 2, with Kingsford making a mistake and dropping back to eighth.  Fox went onto win the opening moto by 11 seconds ahead of Novak and Thynan Kean (Honda), with Kingsford finishing fifth.

Moto 2 saw Connor Towill (KTM) lead until the mid-way point of the race.  But with Fox, Kingsford and Novak storming through, he eventually slipped to fourth place.  The leading trio maintained track position from this point on.

Novak finished second overall at Canberra with a 2-3 result and is now third on the leaderboard on 76 points, narrowly behind Fox (97) and Kingsford (85).

Maxxis MX3 Results

2021 AMX Championship - Round 2 MX3 winner - Blake Fox jumping high

Fox flying high at Fairburn Park in Canberra.  He was the overall  Round 2 winner and now leads the MX3 series

MX3 – Round 2 Results

1 Blake FOX 50
2 Ben NOVAK 42
3 Ryder KINGSFORD 38
4 Jack MATHER 31
5 Thynan KEAN 31
6 Seth BURCHELL 30
7 Kayden MINEAR 23
8 Connor ROSSANDICH 22
9 Kobe DREW 22
10 Connor TOWILL 19

MX3 – Overall Standings

1 Blake FOX 97
2 Ryder KINGSFORD 85
3 Ben NOVAK Honda 76
4 Kobe DREW 60
5 Kayden MINEAR 59
6 Jack MATHER 57
7 Thynan KEAN 57
8 Connor ROSSANDICH 39
9 Seth BURCHELL 37
10 Brock FLYNN 36

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