Cody Dyce in good form at Outtrim
Angus Gelly had a weekend to forget

Dyce on the Charge for Vic YJR

25 Jun 2014

The weekend of 14-15th June saw the Victorian YJR team of Cody Dyce and Angus Gelly head to Korumburra MCC at Outtrim in Victoria for round three of the state junior motocross championship. Both Boys have been working hard after round two to get there Yamaha’s at the front of the pack after an up and down Round two at Swan hill.

Saturday had both Cody and Angus racing there 250's and Sunday they lined up on 125's.The track was in prime condition after the club ripped the track sat morning after heavy rain in the few days before. Good starts were going to be a must on a track that had plenty of traction and huge ruts.

Dyce started his weekend off on the with all guns blazing easily winning his first two 250 races and finishing off the day with a second to claim the round win and gain a valuable 10 points on championship leader with one round remaining. Sunday wasn't quiet as strong with 2-7-2 results. The seventh was due to a small due while leading the race and he gave up a certain victory. Cody sits second in the 125cc championship.

“I was really stoked with my bikes and how I rode at Outtrim. Powelly at SPMX has been working hard on my 250 and the thing was on rails all day. My Dad and I have been working hard on my concrete starts and thanks to him it really helped this weekend,” Cosy said.

Angus had one of those weekends he would rather forget. Angus's Saturday was summed up with poor starts and small mistakes to give him 10th overall for the day. Sunday was a similar affair with Angus struggling to get off the slippery concrete start gate and once again small mistakes costing him dearly to end up 12th overall.

"I had one of those weekends I'd like to put behind me. I feel like my confidence is down at the moment after a few big spills. I know I belong up the front of this pack so I will just have to work harder to get back where I know I belong."

Team Manager Cameron Taylor was on hand to support his riders and had this to say, "Angus had such a tough weekend but I know he is much better than this weekend showed. His confidence is low so we need help him build that back and the speed will come with it.

“Cody rode so strong this weekend, he showed with clear air he was in a class of his own. His 125 results weren't quite as good but starts were the main difference between winning and second today."

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