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Timeline Photos1st place p4 125 . One of the best Island classics ive had in a long time even with teenie weenie crash in qualifying ( oops)
All the bikes ran like troopers with one mild hiccup from the xs with the swing arm trying to disconnect
Made pbs with results on xs breaking the top 10 mark i have been fighting for a long time .
Big thank you to Ivan Hoey, Tim Scrivens, Eric salmon ( and partner ), scotty and dad for being my epic pit crew over an intense weekend of back to back.
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Motorcycling Australia shared a post.
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Congratulations Team Australia for taking out the Intetnational Challenge on Australia Day at the Phillip Island Classic.
👏👏👏 Alex Phillis (winner of race 3) for individual honours who won the Ken Wootton Perpetual Trophy. Despite American Josh Hayes taking the chequered flag in the last race, Australia finished on top.
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Only three points separates Australia and Team America (351-348) after day one of racing in the three-nation International Challenge at Phillip Island’s historic bike meet, the Island Classic, with California’s multi-AMA champ Josh Hayes scoring victory in race one and Melbourne’s Alex Phillis winning race two.
Aboard his 1980 Suzuki 1260, 26-year-old Phillis was the player of the day, taking second in race one and winning race two to lead the Ken Wootton Memorial Trophy battle on 79 points; with Melbourne’s Jed Metcher (Yamaha) clocking 3-2 finishes to finish second overall on 77 points; with American gun Hayes just a point behind (76) with his race one victory and a fifth place in race two aboard the Mojo Yamaha.
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