3 Titles for Yamaha motocross season

2nd August, 2009

 Yamaha Racing claim three national titles in successful motocross season 

For Immediate Release: Sunday August 2, 2009.

Yamaha Racing’s Jay Marmont has led an all-blue charge on the 2009 Australian Motocross Championship with the manufacturer winning four out of five classes at the final round of the series at the Coolum Pines Motocross Park onQueensland’s Sunshine Coast.

Marmont sealed his second consecutive Australian Motocross title by winning the eighth and final round of the series with the YZ450F rider joined on the podium by his teammate Cheyne Boyd and fellow Yamaha rider, Andrew McFarlane, who was third overall. 

The trio finished in the same order in the chase to be crowned the nation’s best Pro Open motocross racer.

A broken ignition cable cost Kirk Gibbs a podium finish in the Pro Lites category with the Serco Yamaha rider showing stunning form in the final two races of the motocross season to finish second and third.

Luke Styke claimed victory in the 2009 Under 19s Championship with the GYTR Yamaha Junior Development Team rider  joined on the podium by his teammate Harley Quinlan, who was second, with Josh Cachia making it a Yamaha 1-2-3 in the championship.

In the 2009 Australian Women’s Motocross Championship, Tori Dare was too good for her opposition with the Yamaha rider winning the second and final round of the series. 

Former Australian Motocross Champion, Darryll King claimed a perfect score of 100 after winning each of the four vets races contested at the event.



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