Joel Dinsdale gets funky winning the 14-15 years Junior Division
Luke Arbon worked hard all night and was unlucky to finish the night in ninth
Sam Duncanson landed in fifth in the Under 19 class

Pleasure and Pain for Yamaha Young Guns at SuperX

8 Nov 2011

The Yamaha breeding grounds of Yamaha Junior Racing and the GYTR Rockstar Yamaha team again proved successful after another night of racing at round three of the Super X championship held in Campbelltown on Saturday Night.

As the championship has just ticked over the halfway point, Yamaha Junior Racing’s Joel Dinsdale and Bill Jackson sit on top of the leader board in the 14-15 years Junior division. Dinsdale took an impressive win on Saturday Night to bounce back from his sixth place in Melbourne but the celebrations turned sour when he fell after the finish line and injured himself. He will now be out for the remainder of the series while his shoulder recovers.

Bill Jackson from Victoria will lead the championship into round four at Maitland this weekend after another consistent performance. He locked down fourth place on the weekend and combined with his second at Melbourne, he now has 40 points, the same as Dinsdale.

GYTR Rockstar Yamaha guest rider Sam Duncanson is settling into factory life and coming to terms with the different bike and team. Duncanson carded a fifth in the Under 19 class on Saturday Night as he charged his way forward after an average start. With one lap to go he was in a three way duel for the final podium spot, but ultimately couldn’t make the passes stick and had to settle for fifth.

Luke Arbon’s night was also looked promising as he contested the Pro Lites category on his GYTR Rockstar Yamaha YZ250F. Arbon took a seventh in race one of the triple challenge, a fourth in race two and was inside the top five in points heading into the third and final race.

But moments after the field exited turn one and again Arbon well placed, he was collected from behind and taken clear of the track in a spectacular fall. He quickly got to his bike, remounted and speed off after the field by could only manage 15th place. His combined 7-4-15 finishes gave him ninth for the night and he remains ninth overall in the Pro Lites Championship.

The team will now head for Maitland and look to build on the momentum gained in the early rounds.

PRO LITES Results – Round 3
1st Brendan HARRISON – JDR Motorex KTM: 25
2nd Gavin FAITH – Carlton Dry THOR Honda: 22
3rd Luke STYKE – Serco Yamaha: 20
4th Matt MOSS – JDR Motorex KTM: 18
5th Steven CLARKE – Team Motul Pirelli Suzuki: 16
6th Robbie MARSHALL – Coastal KTM: 15
7th Dean FERRIS – Monster Energy Kawasaki: 14
8th Adam MONEA – Team 07 Axis Motorsport: 13
9th Luke ARBON – GYTR Rockstar Yamaha – 12
10th Nick SUTHERLAND – Suzuki: 11

PRO LITES - Championship standings
1st Matt MOSS – JDR Motorex KTM: 68
2nd Brendan HARRISON – JDR Motorex KTM: 65
3rd Luke STYKE – Serco Yamaha: 58
4th Steven CLARKE – Team Motul Pirelli Suzuki: 53
5th Gavin FAITH – Carlton Dry THOR Honda: 49
6th Adam MONEA – Team 07 Axis Motorsport: 41
7th Robbie MARSHALL – Coastal KTM: 33
8th Casey TURNER - Suzuki: 33
9th Luke ARBON – GYTR Rockstar Yamaha: 32
10th Dean FERRIS – Monster Energy Kawasaki: 30

UNDER 19s Results – Round 3
1st Errol WILLIS - Raceline Pirelli Suzuki: 25
2nd Mitch NORRIS: 22
3rd Corey LUCAS - Hart & Huntington, ONE Industries, Ringmaster, Novik, Torc 1: 20
4th Geran STAPLETON - Thor Honda Smart, Breese High Performance, Dragon, 2112, BLS: 18
5th Sam DUNCANSON – GYTR Rockstar Yamaha: 16
6th Brayden CONSTABLE: 15
7th Thomas Larsen MOSS: 14
8th Jack MCNEICE – Kawasaki: 13
9th Tristen CACHIA - Coastal KTM, Advanti Motorex KTM, Hart & Huntington:12
10th Jake VELLA: 11

UNDER 19s – Championship standings
1st Errol WILLIS - Raceline Pirelli Suzuki: 50
2nd Corey LUCAS - Hart & Huntington, ONE Industries, Ringmaster, Novik, Torc 1: 38
3rd Geran STAPLETON - Thor Honda Smart, Breese High Performance, Dragon, 2112, BLS: 34
4th Mitch NORRIS: 29
5th Sam DUNCANSON – GYTR Rockstar Yamaha: 25
6th Tristen CACHIA - Coastal KTM, Advanti Motorex KTM, Hart & Huntington: 25
7th Joey SAVAGTY – Raceline Pirelli Suzuki: 22
8th Jake WILLIAMS - WPS, ECM,J-Design, Hart & Huntington: 22
9th Jake VELLA: 21
10th Matthew PHILLIPS – Ballards Offroad Yamaha: 20

Michelin Development Series Results – Round 3
1st Joel DINSDALE - Yamaha Junior Racing: 25
2nd Hayden MELLROSS – Honda Junior Development Team: 22

3rd Kurt WATERMAN – Honda: 20
4th Billy JACKSON – Yamaha Junior Racing:18
5th Lenny MAGYAR: 16
6th Joel WIGHTMAN – Pro-Moto Suspension, Mudgee Honda Centre:15
7th Jake DONAHER – Honda: 14
8th Nathan DENNY - Wodonga KTM: 13
9th Aaron HART – JDR Moss Institute Suzuki: 12
10th Mitchell NICHOLS – Hotondo Homes, KTM Bairnsdale: 11

Michelin Development Series- Championship standings
1st Joel DINSDALE - Yamaha Junior Racing: 40
2nd Billy JACKSON – Yamaha Junior Racing: 40

3rd Joel WIGHTMAN – Pro-Moto Suspension, Mudgee Honda Centre: 35
4th Hayden MELLROSS – Honda Junior Development Team: 32
5th Lenny MAGYAR: 30
6th Jordan NOLES – Honda: 26
7th Blake BLACKWELL – Blackwell Bros Excavation, City Coast MC: 25
8th Kurt WATERMAN – Honda: 25
9th Nathan DENNY - Wodonga KTM: 24
10th Mitchell NICHOLS - Hotondo Homes, KTM Bairnsdale

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Shayne Rice
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