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Prime time at Landrake! 2024 BSMA O’neal Nationals Round 4 – Race Report & Results

Prime time at Landrake! 2024 BSMA O’neal Nationals Round 4 – Race Report & Results

Round 4 of the BSMA Oneal nationals took place at Landrake Moto Park in uncertain weather conditions. Heavy showers had preceded the event and, indeed, on the morning of the event. But the weather gods had just made the circuit in prime condition after the track team had added tonnes of additional topsoil. What looked like it might have been a mudder was in epic condition from the get-go!

Race Report and Images by Ady Cowshall – Images of Speed

The mixed capacity Senior schoolboy class hit the track running with an early lead from Jamie Kuehn cut short by the Corke brothers and Noel Brookes pushing Kuehn back to fourth where he remained for the duration. Max Corke put in consistently faster lap times than brother George to take the flag with a comfortable gap. George himself had a good lead over third-placed Brooks. Corey Gordon made some quick passes in the early laps to move into 5th ahead of the battling duo of Zane Stephens and Ruben Allway. Brookes was the first of the 2 strokes over the line, with Stephens second and Ashton Bubb third.

The uphill start definitely favoured the more powerful 250f’s as, again, the second moto was headed by the trio of Max Corke, Allway and Kuehn with Brookes hanging in their roost. The 919 of George Corke made the pass on Brookes and then went past Allway to set after Kuehn, Max already setting sail for another victory. Brookes followed past Allway, then had a spill, dropping down the order, helping Stephens pull through with a late charge up to fourth, an unlucky Kuehn who had held second until the final lap before the brothers went one-two again. A frantic last couple of laps saw places changing, Allway losing two places to Stephens and Gordon.


Race three ended any hopes of the Corke brothers emulating what the Aussie brothers are doing Stateside as George had a mare of a first lap, leaving him down in last place. Max was in fine form and out for a gate-to-flag win. Kuehn was up there and wasn’t to lose another runner-up spot as he pulled a big gap over the chasing pack, helped by Brookes going down on lap one, dropping outside the top ten! Alfie Crealock-Lovell had his best ride of the weekend, enjoying the fast going on the freshly groomed track holding down third place for the majority of the moto until a mistake lost him two places to Allway and Stephens. Stephens then made his own to allow Lovell back up to fourth while Brookes fought hard to make it back into the top five.

The final race saw the brothers back at the front with the only pass inside the top four coming right at the end, with Kuehn nicking third off Brookes. Stephens again had to pull through from that disadvantaged start to nab fifth.

The Mx1 and Mx2 combined class came onto track next and it was Josh Taylor out of the gate to scorch off in front. George Hopkins clung onto his roost for a lap or two but started to drop back a little as heat from the Greedy brothers put him into defensive mode. Ash finally got around brother Josh just before half distance, and it looked a tall order to get any further than Hopkins as Taylor had built a nice gap, but once Greedy had passed Hopkins, he put his head down and closed in on his prey. Taylor didn’t look troubled and held his composure to cross the line with Greedy a mere two seconds off. Both Leon Williams and Henry Siddiqui lost early ground due to the start but came back strong, Williams taking fifth away from Jacob Bowden in the last few laps and Siddiqui closing in but not able to bridge the gap to sixth-placed Bowden. Race two again saw Taylor nail the holeshot. Hopkins managed to put the MX2 machine up there, but Ash Greedy was pushing to get past Taylor.

Greedy bridged the gap with the leader, and what must have been an uneasy 5 laps culminated in a silly mistake by Taylor, handing what looked like another victory to Greedy after Taylor had survived the pressure being applied. Greedy crossed the line, looking back in disbelief. Williams put in a hard ride to cross the line in view of the mx2 winner, Hopkins while being pushed hard by Leon Ongley just two seconds down. Sunday saw Taylor get another blinding start and make no mistakes to take a comfortable win, while Ash Greedy and Hopkins traded places several times. Greedy eventually came out on top, but only by a narrow margin. Hopkins then lost third on the final lap to the second Greedy. Williams and Ongley holding back the mx1 machine of Sion Talbot in seventh. It was the final race, and it was Taylor out front by the time they came past the finish line. after some close laps, he broke the spirit of Greedy as he put down 4 quicker laps on the trot to take his third win. Talbot got off to a great start, Hopkins passing him early to go onto third and first mx2 with four wins, while the younger Greedy showed great speed to come through by mid-race to fourth, passing Ongley and Talbot. Tommi Davies took his best result but lost out on the final lap to Keelan Southwood, who also secured his best result.

Vets with over 35 and 45 combined saw a blistering pace from Rob Lewis as he blasted away from the field for two laps until he pulled up looking down at his almost new YZF450, what turned out to be a loose bolt on his rear brake lost him an almost certain win! Picking up the pieces was Sam Callow, who looked to be on for the win. Stefan Little, however, had other ideas and came through from fifth to catch and pass Callow, relighting the fire in Callow to go back after him and retake the lead two laps later. Richard Green topped the over 45’s, taking a comfortable third over last year’s champ, Mark Morris, who was getting heat from Thomas White.

Race two saw no bike letdowns for Lewis as he stormed off to the lead, looking maybe a little more cautious of any impending brake failure or maybe finding the track conditions deserving of more respect. Callow was there ready to pick up any scraps that might have been handed out and in no danger of attack from behind as he’d set off after Lewis and got away from any late race charge from Little, who had again come through to get into third position. Green again headed the older boys and held a commanding lead over Morriswho looked a little uncomfortable in the deep ruts and had to keep an eye on Scotty Williamson only a few seconds further back. Lee Baggs, Jamie Paget and White had all gotten between Green and Morris. Sunday on the groomed track, Lewis really put the hammer down, stretching his advantage at the flag to over 20 seconds from Callow, who held Little at a safe distance. Morris was intent on getting back on top of the over 45’s and missed out by three-tenths as Green beat him to the line in Race four, and it was Little who got the gate; Lewis was down in fifth but made a two for as they dropped into the first downhill going around Callow in the process, Callow latched onto him and followed him to the front as both passed Little before the lap was over. Lewis again showed his dominance and liking for the new 450 Yam by pulling another 20-second lead out, but Callow had done enough to secure the overall win by 4 points. The running order being much the same through the rest of the field.. Green again getting the better of Morris.

The Clubman class saw a domination from Connor Jago. After making the pass in race one on Thomas Andrews, he went on to a comfortable win. Early race leader Andrews went out with a DNF halfway into the race, opening the race up to the battle between Jamie Collins and Frankie Elwell. Elwell, spurred on by seeing Andrews out, made his move into second only to be harassed by Matthew Rayson as he rapidly closed in towards the finish. A little further back, Adam Hardy managed to hold off Jamie Collins, and Tristan Daniels held back Guy Britton for sixth.

Moto Two saw the track becoming a lot tougher. Collins hit the front with Hardy tucked in behind, and Rayson and Jack May all had the jump on Jago. The first move went to Rayson as he moved into second, and while challenging Collins for the lead, Jago was on them, passing them both and pulling away to take the win. Collins couldn’t stop Rayson from getting past and then had a race-long battle with Hardy as the pair traded plastics the entire race, Collins just getting the edge at the flag. Daniels was a distance fifth ahead of Shea Ryan and Britton. Race three, and it was Elwell, Collins, Hardy and Rayson all in front of Jago again. Jago made light work of getting to the fore and set off to the flag again unchallenged. Collins and Rayson were in close combat throughout, but Collins held firm and took second Andrews back after two dnf’s from the previous day running in sixth before a mid race lie down dropped him to ninth before a recovery back to fifth at the line pipping Hardy in the last few corners. Daniels close behind in seventh followed by Britton, Ryan and Riley Halstead rounding out the top 10. A much less frantic final moto as Jago got away from the start and held a slender lead to the flag from Rayson, Collins and Elwell, Andrews being the only casualty of the top five after a mid-race lapse dropped him to fifth. A special mention to a much-improved ride from Thomas Jago, notching up a couple of eleventh-place finishes and grabbing equal 12th overall after a first-round barely managing to complete a race!

The Small Wheel 85 class provided a battle royal between the white and orange machines of Frankie Donoghue and Keedan Williamson, the latter getting the jump in race one but being passed and having to follow looking for the repass opportunity that never came as they crossed the line seconds apart thrilling the crowd. Oscar Bird started out in third with Callum Harper fourth; Harper was passed by Henry Lewis and Max Beard. Lewis overhauled Bird for third by half distance, but the leading duo were long gone. Bird held fourth ahead of Beard, and Freddie Gurney caught a napping Harper on the last lap for sixth.

Race two saw a top 3 remain static with roles reversed in the top two, Lewis again third not too far adrift and a much better showing from Finley Rundle finishing fourth after a few place changes in the early laps. Beard started well but struggled with conditions but picked up a spot as Bird fell towards the end, coming home sixth behind Gurney, Harper taking another seventh. Theo Stead Oliver Bardoe and Rhys Jones rounding out the top ten. Race three saw the Donoghue, Williamson battle continue, Williamson with the race-long lead but a mistake on the final lap allowing Donoghue to go two one up. After an early mishap from Rundle dropped him down the leaderboard, it was Gurney holding Lewis at bay, just! A similar battle ensued behind them with Bird and Beard, Bird going back and forth between fifth, sixth and seventh before finally nailing fifth down by a wheel over Beard. Rundle narrowly missed out on seventh held off by Harper. Moto 4 saw the lead pair out front again, with Donoghue holding the lead and Williamson pressuring to take it. On lap four, it all went wrong for Williamson as he fell down the leaderboard, leaving the number 99 out on his own. Lewis inherited second while the remaining places were all well spaced, Rundle third, followed by Gurney and Bird for fifth.

Big wheel 85s saw some great racing with a mixed bag of results due to riders pushing hard in some technical conditions. From qualifying, it looked to be a battle between Danny Flude and Jensen Severn, and when the gate dropped for race one, it was indeed Flude out front, but Severn had work to do to get on terms as he was down in seventh. Spencer Newman was lying second initially before Oliver Burridge got past by mid-race; a three-way scrap between Newman, Archie Congdon and Severn had developed, Newman coming off worst while Severn went on to catch and pass Burridge, and Congdon followed suit… Flude, by now, had an unassailable lead, leaving Severn with second and Congdon a few seconds further back in third, having held back Burridge’s attempt to retake the place. Race two saw Flude lead and Severn start to get dropped in second but after a few laps Severn hit the after burners and got back into contention starting to pressure Flude, that seemed to cause a mistake from Flude causing a fall and handing the win to Severn. Flude was up quick enough to retain runner-up from Burridge, Congdon fourth from Newman with Lewys Morgan taking sixth.

Sunday saw Flude again get out of the blocks quickest, but two laps in, Burridge was in front after another spill from Flude. Congdon was up there, closing in on Burridge, while Severn was languishing in sixth at the start and didn’t seem to get into gear. After a couple of laps, he’d passed Newman and Morgan to move into third with Flude’s demise. Mid-race and, Morgan snuck back past Severn for third, and with a lap and a half to go, Congdon moved into the lead to take the win. Flude could only manage fifth but only one spot behind his main rival. In the final time out, Flude got to the front and went on to the flag without a hiccup, while Severn was on the floor at the start, leaving him with a mountain to climb. Burridge was in second and on his own. Morgan passed Congdon early on and pulled into a safe third, his best ride of the weekend, while Congdon seemed to have given his all in the previous moto and had nothing to go back at Morgan with. All the time, Severn was coming at a monumental pace through the field, clicking off positions to get to within 3 seconds of fourth-placed Congdon at the flag. Charlie Ward came home seventh for his best result.

The Autos had to deal with some major ruts by the time they hit the track, and it was a mission for some just to get around; fair play for those struggling to race such a big track with ruts big enough to swallow them up. Cohen Llewellyn had no real issues in the first race, setting a pace to put him inside the top 12 of the 65’s! With Jaxon Hooper the best of the rest, some half a minute down by the flag, the whole top five were spaced apart with no real challenges being made. Harley Sims came in third, followed by Frankie Williams, Roczen Rae Pickersgill and Dexter Morgan in sixth. Race two saw the ruts claim Llewllyn not once but twice in the space of a few yards, Hooper made hay while the sun shone and rode an immaculate race really coming to life with his opportunity. Williams was passed for second by Sims. Pickersgill was in fourth on the first lap but faded back to seventh by the end. Llewellyn was back to fourth by the second lap and taking chunks of time out of the riders in front, but for some reason, stopped after moving up places for some sort of adjustment, losing valuable time to Hooper. The time that wasn’t to be made back up as Hooper was riding at his best and took the flag. Llewellyn managed to get back to second, but was some time down. Sims third with Williams fourth and Morgan rounding out the top five. Race three was in no doubt after Llewellyn stormed off from the start. Hooper tried to keep pace but was almost half a minute down by the finish. Sims and Wiliams came in next, with Jesse Eyles’s best result of fifth. Blake Barker made a late race surge to pick off Morgan and Pickersgill to finish sixth. The final race saw a great battle for the lead as Llewellyn held it. Hooper shadowed the whole race, getting to under a second as they crossed the line! Third-placed Sims was over a minute and a half down. Such was the leading pair’s pace!

The Junior 65’s came out last to the most severe track conditions. Line choice was key: it was Oakland Winnall who set the early pace but was hounded by Ronan Watson; it wasn’t long before Watson made a move for the lead. Credit to Winnal, he stayed in it, coming back on a few occasions to challenge and keep Watson honest to the end. Riley Rogers held third all race but only had a small margin over Mason Staddon, having one of his best rides; Tyler Peaty looked back to being where he wanted to be, battling for podiums as he made a move into third but was himself to come under pressure from Rueben Matta who made the pass on Staddon mid-race and took third from Peaty on the final lap. Ronnie Morgan and Preston Chorley all kept the pressure on those in front all only separated by just over ten seconds. Race two saw a static top four as Watson went from gate to flag for the win. Harrison Ashwood, outside the top ten in race one, was ready in second to pick up the pieces if it went wrong for Watson, while Matta was likewise positioned. Peaty was again riding well and on a borrowed machine to hold fourth while Staddon dropped a couple of places to Rogers and Chorley.

Race three saw another good win for Watson, this time followed by a great battle between Winnall Peaty and Ashwood. Ashwood came past both his rivals only to be overhauled by another new face to the top five in Will Kremer as he came from nowhere to move into second, ousting Winnall and Ashwood. Chorley went out with a lap to go, and Matta put on a late charge to move past Winnall and Peaty. The final race of the weekend chucked up some more drama as Watson was no where to be seen on the first lap, Peaty was out front and looking good. For the first three laps, second place changed each circuit until it was Winnall hounding Peaty. The lead changed on lap four Winnall taking the reins but Peaty wasnt done, desperate for the win he wouldnt let Winnall off the hook. Chorley had joined the party as the three went at it for the final lap, Ashwood close to joining the lead group. Over the line, it was Winnall by a whisker, with Chorley a bike length further back and Ashwood watching the action. Morgan and Staddon crossed the line with Watson seemingly feeling the effects of his early race issue..

A fantastic weekend with perfect track conditions, close racing in all groups, and a slick run programme.

Results

MX1

Pos Competitor Class Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 Josh Taylor MX1 178 45 43 45 45
2 Ashley Greedy MX1 174 43 45 43 43
3 Josh Greedy MX1 164 41 41 41 41
4 Sion Talbot MX1 149 37 34 39 39
5 JACOB BOWDEN MX1 146 39 39 35 33
6 Leelan Southwood MX1 140 35 35 33 37
7 CALLUM GORDON MX1 140 34 37 37 32
8 RICKEY CARTER MX1 133 33 32 34 34
9 TOMMI DAVIS MX1 131 32 33 31 35
10 Arnis Parberz MX1 121 31 30 30 30
11 JAKE CAREY MX1 116 29 31 28 28
12 STEVE  BIXBY MX1 93 30 32 31
13 3200517 MX1 58 29 29
14 MARK MORRIS JRN MX1 57 28 29

MX2

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 George Hopkins 180 45 45 45 45
2 LEON WILLIAMS 170 43 43 43 41
3 Leon Ongley 164 39 41 41 43
4 Tyler Rowe 150 35 37 39 39
5 HARVEY JAMES 139 34 35 35 35
6 JAKE OGORMAN 128 29 33 34 32
7 TEEGUN NIGHTINGALE 124 31 30 32 31
8 GEORGE ELSDEN 121 32 29 31 29
9 JONAS BROWN 118 30 28 30 30
10 ALFRED SMITH 99 33 32 34
11 ELLIS BUBB 97 31 33 33
12 Henry Siddiqui 80 41 39

Adult Clubman

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 CONNOR  JAGO 180 45 45 45 45
2 MATTHEW RAYSON 168 41 43 41 43
3 Jamie Collins 162 37 41 43 41
4 Frankie Elwell 151 43 30 39 39
5 Adam Hardy 148 39 39 35 35
6 SHEA RYAN 134 33 35 32 34
7 GUY BRITTON 134 34 34 33 33
8 Riley  Halstead 123 31 31 31 30
9 RIKKI KNOWLTON 118 24 33 29 32
10 DAN DAVIES 114 26 29 28 31
11 TRISTAN DANIELS 110 35 37 34 4
12 Max May 105 25 25 27 28
13 THOMAS JAGO 105 30 21 30 24
14 Harry Titcombe 101 23 26 25 27
15 JAMIE AITKIN 93 22 27 19 25
16 JOE HUMBERSTON 86 18 20 22 26
17 JOEL KREMER 84 16 22 23 23
18 RYAN HENWOOD 78 28 23 24 3
19 THOMAS ANDREWS 74 37 37
20 MICHAEL SUMMERS 73 20 17 17 19
21 LEO RIXON 72 15 18 18 21
22 JACOB DEEN 70 19 11 20 20
23 Tom Frowen 69 17 9 21 22
24 Jack Baulch 62 13 19 14 16
25 Jack May 60 21 32 7
26 JORDAN EDWARDS 57 29 28
27 OLLIE WICKERS 56 32 24
28 Ashley Volz 55 26 29
29 LUKE GRIFFITHS 55 12 15 11 17
30 JEREMY ABSALOM 53 14 8 13 18
31 Val Williams 47 9 10 15 13
32 ETHAN BAILEY 44 11 12 10 11
33 Steve Titcombe 39 8 13 9 9
34 ALEX TAYLOR 36 16 8 12
35 SCOTT MAYHEW 29 10 14 5
36 NATHAN  HEATH 27 27
37 Sam Ravenscroft 25 7 7 3 8
38 Sean Harry 22 12 10
39   10853093 21 6 15
40 Kav Greensmith 21 7 14
41 10744782 16 16
42 Jordan Herbert 16 6 6 4
43 Stevie Grey 12 5 5 2
44 LIAM BARROW 6 6
45 15270709 5 5

Vets Over 35

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 SAM CALLOW 174 45 43 43 43
2 Rob Lewis 170 35 45 45 45
3 STEFFAN LITTLE 166 43 41 41 41
4 JAMIE PAGET 152 37 37 39 39
5 THOMAS WHITE 150 41 35 37 37
6 LEE BAGGS 148 39 39 35 35
7 RYAN THOMAS 132 33 33 33 33
8 PHILLIP JONES 130 30 34 34 32
9 BEN BOWDEN 124 31 32 30 31
10 KRISTIAN GIBBONS 119 29 31 29 30
11 JAMIE EPPLESTON 114 28 26 31 29
12 Mark Hoskins 112 27 30 27 28
13 Danny  Morris 108 26 28 28 26
14 James Collins 107 25 29 26 27
15 Ed Lewis 100 34 32 34
16 Ryan Hoskins 51 24 27
17 THOMAS WHITE 48 23 25
18 Rob Penfold 32 32

Vets Over 45

1 RICHARD GREEN 180 45 45 45 45
2 MARK MORRIS SNR 172 43 43 43 43
3 SCOTTY WILLIAMSON 164 41 41 41 41
4 JON JONES 156 39 39 39 39
5 IAN LEGG 144 35 35 37 37
6 EDDIE CHARMAN 144 37 37 35 35
7 GRANT MAYHEW 136 34 34 34 34
8 Michael Ravenscroft 33 33
9 PETER MILLER 33 33

Senior 125

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 NOEL BROOKS 178 45 43 45 45
2 ZANE STEPHENS 174 43 45 43 43
3 ASHTON BUBB 155 41 41 34 39
4 Ashton Somerville 151 34 39 37 41
5 Silas Manderville 150 37 37 41 35
6 CADEN TOMLIN 146 39 35 35 37
7 FIN STEAD 132 33 33 39 27
8 AIDEN BURKE 127 32 34 30 31
9 JAYDEN WILLIAMS 125 31 31 29 34
10 MAX MONK 120 30 25 33 32
11 JACK RANNER 116 26 32 32 26
12 JAY DUGDALE 115 22 29 31 33
13 HARRY JOHNSON 114 28 30 28 28
14 LUKE HODGSON 109 25 28 27 29
15 LOUIE LEWIS 101 24 26 26 25
16 Charlie Hollamby 96 21 27 24 24
17 Zac Murphy 95 23 24 25 23
18 Jack Davies 59 29 30
19 Braidy Tucker 35 35
20 GETHIN MORGAN 27 27

Senior Open

1 MAX CORKE 180 45 45 45 45
2 JAMIE KUEHN 166 41 41 43 41
3 GEORGE CORKE 161 43 43 32 43
4 Rueben Allway 152 37 37 41 37
5 COREY GORDON 151 39 39 34 39
6 ALFIE CREALOCK LOVELL 142 34 35 39 34
7 Jack Hollamby 138 33 33 37 35
8 McKenzie Gordon Smith 137 35 34 35 33
9 LUIE HUTCHINS 124 30 31 31 32
10 Henry Fenner 123 31 28 33 31
11 Brandon James 118 28 30 30 30
12 DANIEL CHARMAN 116 29 29 29 29
13 Freddie Brannan 109 27 27 28 27
14 Freddie Inch 92 32 32 28

Big Wheel 85

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 Danny Flude 170 45 43 37 45
2 OLIVER BURRIDGE 166 39 41 43 43
3 ARCHIE CONGDON 164 41 39 45 39
4 JENSEN SEVERN 164 43 45 39 37
5 LEWYS MORGAN 151 34 35 41 41
6 FREDDIE RICHARDS 137 35 34 34 34
7 CHARLIE HOBDEN 129 32 33 31 33
8 CHARLIE WARD 128 33 31 29 35
9 MAX GREENWELL 115 28 26 32 29
10 RYLEE MORTIMER 111 24 28 28 31
11 Jack Brown 111 26 30 27 28
12 Spencer Newman 109 37 37 35
13 HAYDEN CLARKE 106 25 25 26 30
14 Marcu Witt 99 23 27 23 26
15 SAM VERBEETEN 96 31 33 32
16 CADEN  PILL 95 22 24 24 25
17 RILEY LAWRENCE 89 20 22 22 24
18 RICCO HARDY 87 21 23 21 22
19 SONNY BIXBY 86 27 29 30
20 Mickey Angle Hookey 82 30 25 27
21 HARVEY SHIPP 77 18 21 18 20
22 Jake Collins 71 16 19 17 19
23 HARRISON DOHERTY 62 19 20 23
24 Harvey Rowe 61 29 32

Small Wheel 85

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 FRANKY DONOGHUE 178 45 43 45 45
2 HENRY LEWIS 164 41 41 39 43
3 KEEDAN WILLIAMSON 162 43 45 43 31
4 FREDDIE GURNEY 152 35 37 41 39
5 FINLEY RUNDLE 146 33 39 33 41
6 OSCAR BIRD 143 39 30 37 37
7 MAX BEARD 142 37 35 35 35
8 CALLUM HARPER 135 34 34 34 33
9 THEO STEAD 128 32 33 31 32
10 Taylor Udy 123 31 29 29 34
11 OLIVER BARDOE 122 30 32 32 28
12 LUCAS GROVES 112 26 26 30 30
13 CHARLIE TUNNICLIFE 111 27 28 27 29
14 RHYS JONES 106 28 31 24 23
15 CHARLIE PARKER 105 29 24 25 27
16 BLAKE HIRST 104 25 25 28 26
17 Harrison Parry 102 24 27 26 25
18 THEO ELDERSHAW 89 23 21 23 22
19 BRAD SHELDON 86 20 22 20 24
20 JACK PARKER 85 22 20 22 21
21 OLIVIA SALT 84 21 23 21 19
22 Kian Walsh 58 19 19 20

Junior 65

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 RONAN WATSON 169 45 45 45 34
2 TYLER PEATY 154 37 39 35 43
3 HARRISON ASHWOOD 153 30 43 41 39
4 Rueben Matta 151 39 41 39 32
5 RILEY ROGERS 143 41 37 32 33
6 OAKLAN WINNALL 141 43 16 37 45
7 RONNIE MORGAN 138 34 33 34 37
8 MASON STADDON 137 35 34 33 35
9 Huey Sansom 119 31 26 31 31
10 Emilio Wilberforce Hunt 118 27 31 30 30
11 CHARLIE PARK 117 28 32 29 28
12 JACOB WRIGHT 112 29 30 24 29
13 Preston Chorley 109 33 35 41
14 THOMAS BAILEY 109 25 29 28 27
15 RILEY BEAGLEY 103 26 27 25 25
16 WILL KREMER 101 32 43 26
17 TAYLOR CLARKE 92 22 24 23 23
18 MARC BONNEFIN 91 24 25 20 22
19 LOUIE ELDERFIELD 87 23 22 21 21
20 FREDDIE DENNIS 84 19 19 26 20
21 FREDDIE PRESTON 83 17 20 22 24
22 Jasper Morgan 77 20 21 18 18
23 FRANKIE TUCKER 76 21 28 27
24 MORRISON HIBBERT 75 16 23 19 17
25 HARVEY WOOD 72 18 18 17 19
26 Havana Grey 32 15 17
27 FREEDIE CURTIS STEVENS 16 16

Auto

Pos Competitor Total Points r 1 r 2 r 3 r 4
1 COHEN LLEWLLYN 178 45 43 45 45
2 JAXON HOOPER 174 43 45 43 43
3 HARLEY SIMS 164 41 41 41 41
4 Frankie Williams 156 39 39 39 39
5 JESSE EYLES 143 34 35 37 37
6 ROCZEN RAE  PICKERSGILLL 140 37 34 34 35
7 BLAKE BARKER 135 33 33 35 34
8 Tyler Rixson 129 32 32 32 33
9 ALAN LEE ROACH 117 30 28 28 31
10 Walter Barnett 116 31 22 31 32
11 RALPH JONES 115 28 29 29 29
12 114 25 31 30 28
13 ALFIE RUNDLE 113 26 30 27 30
14 KEENAN JONES 106 27 26 26 27
15 DEXTEER MORGAN 105 35 37 33
16 Tommy Tucker 96 23 24 24 25
17 JAMES BURRIDGE 92 22 23 23 24
18 JENSON HIBBARD 82 29 27 26
19 FRANK PENFOLD 74 24 25 25
20 Troy Herbert 21 21