We certainly have quite a number of individuals representing the green and gold colours internationally! We’ve followed their social media channels, and these are the results!
Jack Miller made his first podium in his home GP at Phillip Island. He finished the Australian MotoGP in 3rd and received quite the ovation for his performance!
Remy Gardner started 13th on Saturday in Moto2 at his home GP. He finished Sunday in 6th position, placing him 13th overall in the championship with one more round remaining.
Billy van Eerde raced in CEV World Junior Championships in Moto 3 earlier in October. Despite feeling comfortable and qualifying 23rd, he crashed out in Sunday’s race.
Joel Kelso also raced in the CEV World Junior Championships in Moto3 but started with a mechanical problem from pit lane. After a red flag restart, he finished in position 7!
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Good race at Albacete for my second weekend in the European Talent Cup ‼️ The race went well, unfortunately we had a mechanical problem on the grid before the start and we had to start from the pitlane. Lucky for me after one lap the red flag came out and I could restart from my original position on the fourth row. I had a good start and I stayed with the front group until the last laps, our pace was good, the same as the guys in front and we managed to finish in P7 which is pretty good with the pace we showed! I’m really happy about how the weekend went, we worked hard and improved a lot day by day and I can’t wait for Valencia for the last round with the target to fight for the podium! I want to thank Leopard for making this possible, my sponsor, my team, my family and all the people who showed me support during this weekend. Now focused on Valencia ✊✊
Jason Doyle was invited to Dohren Speedway in Germany where he finished 5th, a few behind fellow SGP riders Niels-Kristian Iversen and Robert Lambert.
Harrison Voight raced in the Asia Talent Cup two weeks ago. He started the weekend with a positive and solid performance, qualifying 7th. Voight finished 9th in race 1 but unfortunately didn’t finish in race 2 due to a crash.
Jacob Roulstone pushed for a top 10 all weekend in the Asia Talent Cup. Unfortunately, he didn’t start race 1 due to an engine failure but managed to secure 10th in Race 2.
Josh Brookes qualified for pole position. He then went on to win all 3 races for the Bennetts British SuperBikes final round!
Sharni Pinfold qualified in position 19 at the final round of the British SuperBike Championships. She went on to finish in position 18 for her first race and position 17 for her second race in the Moto3/GP class!
Brayden Elliott finished the last race in position 22 after qualifying 29th at the final round of the British SuperBike championships in the Superstock 1000 class!
Tom Edwards finished off in 6th for the final round of the World SuperSport 300’s! He’s back home to race in the final round of ASBK this weekend, joining us in the SuperSport 600 class!
Tayla Jones finished 1st yet again for the third year running in the Women’s Championship of the Grand National Cross-Country Series!
Despite her bike totally sinking, Mackenzie Tricker won the Women’s race on the weekend and finished 3rd in the championship for the Grand National Cross-Country Series.
Josh Strang finished in 7th on the weekend, placing him 9th overall in the Grand National Cross-Country Series Championship!
Max Fricke announced that after four years with Rospiggarna Speedway, he is moving to Indianerna Speedway in 2020!
Young Aussie Kobe Drew finished up racing his 85 in 3rd position and 4th on his 125 at MNZ’s MotoFest last weekend!