The bikes roared into action for the McDonalds and Sportspower sponsored meeting on Sunday 20 September with plenty of action on the track for everyone to see and some great close racing.
The race results were as follows:
Pee Wee Nippers: Tyler Eade, Kolbie Berry, Dylan McDonald.
High Power 50cc: 1st Danielle McDonald, 2nd Ryan Eade, 3rd Jade Chellas, 4th Georgia Williams.
65cc 7-9 Years: 1st Luke Chellas, 2nd Naite Berry, 3rd Danielle McDonald. There was some very close racing in this
class with only one point separating third and fourth place, and a countback to determine fourth outright. Jack Byron and William Bailey also had a great day and were only just out of the placings.
65cc 10-11 Years: 1st Lachlan Miller. 85 2st/150 4st 9-11 Years: 1st Bailee Williams, 2nd Cambell Williams, 3rd Shelby Bryon. Luke Chellas was also right up there but crashed out in one race, putting him down on points. Burke Williams, Lachlan Miller and Toby Miller also rode well on the day.
85 2st/150 4st 12-15 Years: 1st Jake Rickaby, 2nd Jeremy Hodges, 3rd Brodie Acret. Tom Toohey was riding excellent until mechanical failure put him out for the day. Bayden Cross and Cody Amberge also rode well.
Junior Lites: 1st Jackson Davison, 2nd Joshua Cornish, 3rd Jake Rickaby. Other competitors who rode well in this class were Ben Gibson, Will Sutton, Regan Acret, Cody Amberge and Jeremy Hodges. New to racing this year are Charlie Fay and Dylan Bignell who enjoyed their day and are riding better with each outing.
Senior Lites: 1st James Symington, 2nd Steve Brodie, 3rd Cameron Harvey. This class showed some close racing with Steve and Cameron ending on equal points, requiring a countback to determine the placings. Daniel McGirr, David Delange and Mitchell Lappa were only just off the podium with Lindsay Kerby just behind them.
All Powers: 1st Grant Oxenbridge, 2nd Cameron Harvey, 3rd Lindsay Kerby. It was a close one in this class with another countback needed to determine third and fourth places between Lindsay Kerby and Daniel McGirr. Riley Horan rode well to secure fifth overall.
Opens: 1st Grant Oxenbridge, 2nd Arum Berry, 3rd Lindsay Kerby. Mechanical failure let Steve Brodie down in this class which relegated him to fourth overall. Vance Unger and Jason McDonald also rode well.
Over 35: 1st Steve Brodie, 2nd Jason McDonald, 3rd Mick Sutton, 4th Hank Cornellison.
The Forbes Auto Sports Club will have its Presentation Day on Saturday 17 October at the Forbes Sport and Rec Club for a smorgasbord lunch followed by a trophy presentation. Forbes Long Track will be held on Saturday 7 November with signup starting at 12pm. There will be good trophies for all classes but this meeting is not scored in the 2015 Championships.