FRESH HONOURS: Queensland’s Jarred Brook won the Casey Stoner Cup Pro 450 Open title from local rider Boyd Hollis at the annual Kurri Kurri Motorcycle Club event on Sunday.Queenslander Jarred Brook added the Casey Stoner Cup Pro Open class title on Sunday to his growing list of honours.
But Brook, didn’t have things all his own way at the annual Kurri Kurri Motorcycle Club event, with Raworth’s Boyd Hollis second in the open and reversingthe result in the Pro 450 class.
Hollis has only turned 17 and was riding in open company for just the second time.
While three states were represented among all the class winners on the day itwas again 17-year-old Brook who took the major honour.
In the eight-lap Casey Stoner Cup final Brook led from the outset, just ahead ofexperienced campaigner Michael Kirkness, before a tense final lap saw the twobikes touch causing Kirkness to fall and allowing Hollisanother 17-year-old Max Croker through to take the minor placings ahead ofTaylor Poole and Sean McLellan.
The same trio also came out on top in the same order in the Pro 250 class, beforehost club member Hollis won the Pro 450 final heading Brook and Croker.
Anthony Farrell took the honours in the over 35s, while the Women’s classproduced an exciting finish as Gemma Borsato edged out Dale Austin andShannon Fyfe.
The junior racing was a shakedown run for the NSW Junior Dirt TrackChampionships to be staged at the same venue on the Queen’s Birthday weekendin June.
The chance to race at the Loxford Park track before that title showdown attractedriders from Queensland and Victoria and there were plenty of trophies takeninterstate after the meeting.
Mackenzie Childs upheld the honour of the host club when he outshone Billy VanEerde, Max Whale and Kye Andrews in the two classes for the 13 to under 16s.
Ryan Smith and Luke Bush were other host club members who won junior classes.
The Central Coast club also had success with Talon Cardinale a dual winner, whileSenna Agius also had a win.
The other four junior classes were won by visitors from interstate – Gold Coastrider Harrison Voight and two riders from the Harley Club in Victoria, Max Berryand Bryce Holmes.
Berry was clearly one of the standouts of the meeting as he won two finals in the11 to under 13s.
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