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Daniel Banks and Luke Arbon raced to convincing round wins in the MX1 and MX2 Expert classes respectively at the third round of the 2015 Peter Stevens South Australian Motocross Championships held at Andy Caldecott Park in Keith on Sunday the 25th of July.

With overnight rain in the region providing riders with a slick track to start the day, things became even more challenging for riders, mechanics, officials and volunteers as rain and hail hit the venue as racing got underway.

Kicking off proceedings for the round were the MX1 expert racers, with South Australian’s fastest riders providing some great action packed racing across all three moto’s.

Coming into the round sitting second in the championship standings, Daniel Banks kicked off the day in the perfect fashion leading the opening race from start to finish, leading him fellow KTM rider Tyson Whillas , while championship leader coming into the event, James Booth-Elliott rounded out the top three.

Race two proved to be the race of the day with Whillas taking the holeshot ahead of Banks, with Booth-Elliot and Luke Arbon close in toe.

The four riders battled the entire 20 minute race, swapping position multiple times throughout, but at race end it was once again Banks who claimed the win ahead of Booth-Elliot with Arbon in third.

The championship standings were turned on their head in the final moto when Booth-Elliott snapped a sprocket on the up face of a jump causing the Suzuki rider to crash heavily and forced out of the race.

Banks was able to score his third race win of the day to earn maximum points and in the process walk away from the round with a 30 point championship lead.

“"I had a fantastic weekend winning all 3 of the MX1 races and coming home with a nice points lead in the championship.” Banks commented.

“Overall I'm happy with the weekend, I showed some good speed, fitness and my bike set-up is improving every time I race

“I do this on a very lean budget whilst holding down a regular job. Thanks must go to my sponsors and my support crew.”

Luke Arbon, who was using the MX1 class to get some more bike time, finished the day in second overall, with Whillas rounding out the top three.

The MX2 Expert class was dominated by Luke Arbon aboard his Husqvarna, with the national front runner, running away with all three moto wins for the day.

James Booth-Elliott looked on track to take a comfortable second overall for the round after finishing second in the opening two moto’s of the day aboard his Suzuki RM-Z250, however a puncture in the final race put an end to that prospect and hurt him his chances in the championship title fight after he recorded a DNF.

Seigah Ward took full advantage aboard his KTM to claim second overall for the round, with Yamaha mounted Mitchell Norris rounding out the podium.

In the Championship standings, Ward was able to close the gap to Norris, with the two riders now separated by just a single point heading into round four of the five round series.

The battle for the third spot in the standings is a tight one with Jordan Waters, Nicholas Day and Booth-Elliott separated by just three points of each other.  

The Vets A and B grade and the Women’s class were combined for the round with the riders from all three classes coping the worst riding conditions of the day in their opening race, dealing with not just rain, but some light hail early in the rack.

At the end of the day it was Warren Carroll who raced to three convincing wins in the Vets A class, to take control of the championship standings, while Craig Hage and Steve Liddicoat impressed on their way to filling the podium for the round.

In the Vets B class Jason Milnes continued his impressive run of form to win the round ahead of Steve Carter and points leader Anthony Slade.

Zoe Harkness proved too good in the Women’s class taking all three race wins. Chelsea Newson and Kate Curran rounded out the podium.

In the MX1 Intermediate class, Jake Noble broke through for his first round win of the season, edging out current class points leader Scott Watts for the day, while Brock Smith rounded out the podium.

In the championship standings, Watts continues to lead the way by 46 points over Dylan Clarke, with Smith a further 16 points back in third.

Jake Brown, James Alskne and Cameron Barker battled hard all day in the MX1 Clubman class, with Brown taking the day’s honours ahead of Alskne and Baker. Alskne continues to lead the way in the championship standings, with a 40 point lead over Brown, with Chris Dohnt currently in third.

Troy Edwards was the rider to bead in the MX2 Intermediate class for the round, taking the win ahead of championship points leader Sam Parsons, with Brad Hewitt in third.

Parsons heads into round four with a 20 point lead over Corey Crawford, with Hewitt just two points further back in third.

Nathan Laubsch continued to build on his points lead in the MX2 Clubman class, winning all three races at Keith to easily take home the round win ahead of Ryan White and Travis Klitcher.

Laubsch now has a huge 81 point lead over Jessie Thatcher in the series standings, with Cody Harder a further 8 points further back in third.

Round 4 of the 2015 Peter Stevens South Australian Motocross Championship will head to the Riverland Junior Motorcycle Club in Renmark on the 16th of August.   

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