Matt Moss & Max Anstie Victorious at Round 3 of Australian Supercross Championship
The following press release is from the Australian Supercross Championship:Moss And Anstie Star In Newcastle Supercross ThrillerIn an eventful night of supercross action at the Newcastle Triple Crown, it was BBR 102 Motorsports Matt Moss and Team Honda HRC Australia’s Max Anstie who came away victorious, posting three strong results across the three main event
The next press launch is from the Australian Supercross Championship:
Moss And Anstie Star In Newcastle Supercross Thriller
In an eventful night of supercross motion at the Newcastle Triple Crown, it was BBR 102 Motorsports Matt Moss and Group Honda HRC Australia’s Max Anstie who arrived absent victorious, publishing three sturdy success throughout the 3 primary party structure.
An generally attention-grabbing format, the Triple Crown produced some excellent racing across the night time, when the technological Newcastle monitor reached up and bit it is truthful share of racers all over the night time.
In what was a sturdy return to kind, 9 time Australian Supercross Winner Matt Moss took P1 immediately after winning most important event’s 1 and 3, even though Husqvarna Manufacturing facility Racing’s Dylan Wills posted a strong trio of success to land 2nd in general and notch a occupation to start with SX1 podium.
With Justin Brayton and Aaron Tanti moving into the evening tied on points, Brayton used a calculated tactic to the night present, even though a several mistakes from Tanti finished in a massive crash during the next principal celebration and a DNF for the third, which substantially hampers his 2022 title hopes.
SX1 Round three Provisional Factors
The SX2 Class belonged once once more to the Englishman Max Anstie, who recorded a one, one, 3 scorecard for his third all round in a row, followed by teammate Wilson Todd in next posture, and New South Wales area Rhys Budd in 3rd.
SX2 Round 3 Provisional Points
The SX3 Course saw a heated struggle among Jack Mather and Cole Davies, who break up race wins with the former taking the overall gain. Davies finished 2nd with a one – two scorecard, although Jake Cannon took the ultimate place on the podium.
The series now heads to the remaining spherical in Wagga Wagga on December the third, where each and every championship will be decided in a thriller at the Wagga Wagga Worldwide Speedway.