It was another successful week on track for our Australian riders competing overseas.
Jack Miller – in another stunning display secured his second straight victory in mixed weather conditions at the French GP. The win now gives Miller a solid foundation to chase the Championship.
Remy Gardner – is happy with his points haul from the French GP which ensures he remains the Championship leader, only 1 point ahead of Raul Fernandez.
Harry Khouri – had a solid test session at Aragon with his RT Motorsports team ahead of his WorldSSP300 season kicking off.
Moto3 Junior World Championship
Senna Agius – took time away from the Moto3 circuit to get some training in on his motocross bike.
European Talent Cup
Jacob Roulstone – has released a video of his team putting together his race machine from the ground up prior to each racing meeting.
Italian Superbike Championship
Jack Mahaffy – had a weekend he would rather forget at the Misano World Circuit.
Wil Ruprecht – has dominated against some of the best riders in the world to lead the Italian Enduro Championship, at round 6, after again displaying the Aussies talents.
Andy Wilksch – has again performed superbly finishing 16th overall gaining valuable experience and confidence at round 6 of the Italian Enduro Championship.
Mackenzie Tricker – continued her winning ways on the weekend taking another victory in the Women’s Elite class.
Will Riordan – is on the brink of breaking into the top five after scoring a 6th on the weekend.
Lyndon Snodgrass – showed his technique via video through a tight one line track during a training session.
Tahlia O’Hare – has been getting plenty of track time before her MXGP season gets under way.
Jason Doyle – hoping the speedway season has seen the backend of COVID-19 and racing can again commence.
Chris Holder – and his team had a tough at the office.
Jack Holder – put in a sensational performance delighting speedway fans.
Brady Kurtz – in his debut scored some well deserved points.
Keynan Rew – despite a solid run earlier this weekend, his meet was eventually cancelled due to rain.
Matthew Gilmore – is in Poland is looking ready to race.
Rohan Tungate – is battling fitness issues and isn’t quite ready to race at 100%.
Sam Masters – scored a swag of points in his recent race.
Zane Keleher – is excited to get his international racing career back on track.
Jake Allen – hits the track today with his fellow Aussie team-mate Jason Crump for the Ipswich Witches.
Fraser Bowes – had a great first meeting in Poland last week competing bin four races.
Zach Cook – is ready to race having completed his club press day duties.
Jye Etheridge – keen to be back on track and is ready for the season to get under way.
Nick Morris – is confident and happy leading into the 2021 season for Leicester.
Jordan Stewart – is happy to welcome back Bill Allen for the 2021 season.
Jason Crump – had a tough debut for the Ipswich Witches .
Ryan Douglas – is back in action for the Leicester Lions.
Ty Proctor – is ready to hit the track for the King’s Lynn Stars.
Dominic Fletcher – was a late call-up for the Spanish Supermotard Championships junior talent team and boy did he impress. Now back in Australia, you can read his race wrap on his Facebook page.
Josh Brookes – is ecstatic to have fans trackside again as he prepares to defend his title.
Josh Hook – is getting itchy fingers waiting to throw a leg over his bike.
Jason O’Halloran – having smashed out 62 laps at Oulton Park, O’Halloran is ready for the season to begin.
Levi Day – has had a successful day testing his Suzuki and comes away from the test with confidence heading into the season.
Billy McConnell – has released some fantastic on-board footage from his recent test at Snetterton showing the Australian still has plenty of pace ahead of the BSB season start.
Brayden Elliott – had a solid hit-out at the Oulton Park test session with top three times.