17 June, 2024

MX champions take on Mareeba track

MOTORBIKES were kicking up the dust at the Mareeba Motorcross Club’s annual two-day JR’s TNQ Motorcross Series on the weekend in front of a crowd of hundreds of MX lovers.

MX champions take on Mareeba track - feature photo

It was Luke Weaver though, who took out the top prize as MX1 Champion, followed by Ricky Chalmers in second and Braden Plath in third. 

In the MX2 Championship, Caleb Ward took home the top prize, followed by Braden Plath and Riley Ward. 

In the MX1 Clubman Support category, Brennden Miano was victorious, followed by Casey Hayden in second place and Seth Davis in third, while the MX2 champion saw Vinn O’Brien crowned the winnner, followed by Hayden and Tom Storronning in third. 

Young Jackson Walsh took home the junior lites 250cc 4th category win, while Benjamin O’Neill came home with a second place and Brayden Bradford a third. The 85cc mini lites 12-U16 competition was taken out by young Tyler Sacchi, followed by Luca Tognola in second and Daniel Garard in third.

In the senior women’s category, Chloe Hooker came out on top, followed by Samantha Davis and Stevie Williamson in second and third, while Brett Oberthur took out the veteran’s category ahead of Mark Oberthur and Adam Bucknell. 

In the 50 Auto Point category, William Fapani came out on top, followed by Chace Craven in second and Matthew McConachy in third. 

The next round on the JR’s TNQ Motorcross Series will be hosted in Townsville on 13 July. 


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