F1/F2 recap from St. George MCC Summer Nights Round Three

F1/F2 recap from St. George MCC Summer Nights Round Three

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MOTUL Summer time Evening Sequence hosted by St. George MCC
Sydney Motorsport Park – Gardner GP Circuit
Spherical Three – Pirelli Limitless F1 and F2

Phrases by Nick Edards, Photos by Half Gentle & RbMotoLens


Spherical Three of the MOTUL St George Summer time Nights Sequence 23/24 (aka SNS04) ran over two nights, Friday January 26 and Saturday the twenty seventh. This differs from Rounds One and Two which have been each one-night occasions. Reviews for Rounds One and Two may be discovered right here:

Round One Main Report, Round One Supports;
 Round Two Main Report, Round Two Supports.

The established format was used for each nights which meant three lessons every having a brief qualifying session adopted by three nine-minute-plus-one-lap races.

Races could also be shortened or worst-case situation cancelled, to make sure monitor motion completes by 2230. With sundown at round 2000, there’s loads of motion underneath Sydney Motorsport Park’s wonderful floodlight system.

2024 St George Night Series - Round Three
2024 St George Evening Sequence – Spherical Three

Qualifying on each nights meant that racers who couldn’t attend on Friday, nonetheless had an opportunity of claiming a very good grid place on Saturday.

A progressive grid format was in impact each evenings so qualifying decided grid place in Race One, Race Two grid place was decided by ending place in Race One, Race Three grid was primarily based on Race Two end.

Josh Brookes - 2024 St George Night Series - Round Three
Josh Brookes – 2024 St George Evening Sequence – Spherical Three

Nearly all of racers elected to race each nights. Factors from all six scheduled races could be tallied up on the finish of Saturday’s racing to find out factors for the spherical.

The AGV 400 cc/Method St George lessons additionally made their first look at a St George Evening occasion, displacing the AGV Limitless F3 class which didn’t run at Spherical Three.

Australia Day fireworks - 2024 St George Night Series - Round Three
Australia Day fireworks – 2024 St George Evening Sequence – Spherical Three

The AGV 400cc class sees Yamaha R3s and Kawasaki Ninja 400s preventing for factors.

The Method St George class in the meantime is a splendidly eclectic mixture of two-stroke jewels like Honda NSR250R Moto3 bikes going up towards the likes of the Yamaha MT07/R7, Aprilia RS660 and Keo Watson’s magnificent Saint ST650RR which is a Ninja 650 motor in a CBR250RR body. This class noticed a number of the most intense racing of the weekend.

Pirelli Limitless (Superbikes) and AMA Warehouse 600 (Supersport) have been again once more and as ordinary, each of those break up into F1 (worldwide/nationwide riders) and F2 (clubbies).

Max Stauffer on the grid - 2024 St George Night Series - Round Three
Max Stauffer on the grid – 2024 St George Evening Sequence – Spherical Three

Pirelli Limitless F1 at all times springs some surprises as rider’s schedules and availability imply that while there are some, like Josh Brookes (#25B Livson Racing, FHO Racing, Pirelli, Aria Helmets BMW M1000RR) and Max Stauffer (#27 Dr Mak, RS&C, GTR Motostars, YRD, KYT Helmets, Racers Edge, Ricondi Leathers Yamaha R1), who could make the entire sequence, there are others who solely attend one or two rounds.

Spherical Three noticed the primary and really welcome appearances of Ant West (#13 Hooked on Observe Yamaha R1) and Bryan Staring (#67 MotoGO Yamaha R1) on monitor to additional combine issues up somewhat extra.

Ant West's #13 Addicted to Track Yamaha R1
Ant West’s #13 Hooked on Observe Yamaha R1

Cam Dunker (#3 Physician Mak, KYT Helmets, Yamaha Motor Australia R1) was additionally on deck for his first look on a Superbike forward of his ASBK season within the large bike class, including additional pleasure. More on Dunker’s ASBK plans here (link).

Glen Richards and Wayne Maxwell discuss with Cam Dunker

Absent from Spherical Three was Harrison Voight who had held the sequence lead going into Spherical Three.

Sydney placed on a scorching day forward of the race night with temps above 37° C, threatening to make the night a really carrying train for everybody. Storms later within the night have been an outdoor chance.

The Pirelli Unlimited class in pitlane - 2024 St George Night Series - Round Three
The Pirelli Limitless class in pitlane – 2024 St George Evening Sequence – Spherical Three

As soon as once more although, the climate Gods performed good, a cool change got here by round 1700 which took a number of warmth out of the air and the rain stayed away till half an hour or so after racing accomplished.

So the entire night loved almost excellent climate, racers simply having to watch out to make notice of some residual damp spots on the monitor from earlier rain. These, for probably the most half, dried out because the night progressed.

So factors totals coming into Spherical Three: In F1, Harrison Voight (absent from this spherical) had a 48-point lead over Jake Farnsworth (#49 Price Race Developments, Kingsdene Automotive, YRD, Pirelli, Forcite, Motul, RK Chains, AT1 Race Fits Yamaha R1) with Brookes, Stauffer and John Lytras (additionally absent) in third by fifth.

Harrison Voight pictured at Round Two was a notable absence
Harrison Voight pictured at Spherical Two was a notable absence

In F2, Timothy Griffith (#18 BCPerformance, Leafylooks Landscapes, TAG Avionics, Kenma Australia Kawasaki ZX10R) held prime spot on 131-points, a 23-point lead over Carlos Rendon (#36 Pest Killer Sydney Ducati V4).

Leanne Nelson (#52 West Sliders, True Protein, MotoCity Wollongong Kawasaki ZX10R, Chris Dunne (#202 Damarc Civil, Evo Suspenion Ducati V4) and Ryan Masri (absent from Spherical Three) held third by fifth.


Pirelli Limitless F1 and F2 Qualifying 1 (Friday)

Qualifying periods began proper on schedule at 1730. In F1, Lachlan Epis took pole with a 1m30.737 and he was one in every of solely three riders – together with Josh Brookes and Glen Allerton (#14 Spectra Oils, BMW, GT Racing BMW M1000RR) – to interrupt the 1m31 sec mark.

Josh Brookes and Lachlan Epis
Josh Brookes and Lachlan Epis

Stauffer and Farnsworth took fourth and fifth with somewhat over three-tenths of a second separating the highest 5.

In F2, Leanne Nelson’s 1:34.751 was adequate for prime spot with Tim Griffith simply one-tenth off Nelson’s tempo.

Leanne Nelson topped F2 qualifying
Leanne Nelson topped F2 qualifying

Dominic De Leon (#63, AT1 Professional Race Fits, Motoschool, Airoh Helmets, BCPerformance Kawasaki ZX10R), Ryan Jowett (#57 JC Landscaping Ducati V4S) and Eddie Leeson (#11E GNH Engineering, AWX, Marjason & Marjason, Ricondi Race & Highway Yamaha R1) rounded out the highest 5.

Summer time Nights occasions are very a lot quickfire so there was little hanging round after the tip of qualifying earlier than the racing began.

Qualifying 1 Outcomes

Pos Rider Bike Class Time/Hole
1 Lachlan Epis BMW M1000RR F1 1:30.7370*
2 Josh Brookes BMW M1000RR F1 +0.154
3 Glenn Allerton BMW M1000RR F1 +0.203
4 Max Stauffer YAMAHA R1 F1 +0.318
5 Jake Farnsworth YAMAHA R1 F1 +0.32
6 Anthony West YAMAHA YZF-R1 F1 +1.141
7 Bryan Staring YAMAHA R1 F1 +1.618
8 Cameron Dunker YAMAHA R1 F1 +1.639
9 Paris Hardwick KAWASAKI ZX10RR F1 +3.941
10 Leanne Nelson YAMAHA R1 F2 +4.014
11 Timothy Griffith KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 +4.135
12 Joshua Soderland DUCATI V4R F1 +4.596
13 Dominic De Leon KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 +5.561
14 Ryan Jowett DUCATI V4S F2 +5.979
15 Eddie Leeson YAMAHA YZF-R1 F2 +6.145
16 Ashley Woolford YAMAHA R1 F2 +6.531
17 Carlos Rendon DUCATI V4 F2 +6.601
18 Paul Linkenbagh YAMAHA R1 F2 +6.651
19 Nicholas Marsh YAMAHA R1M F2 +6.696
20 Christopher Dunne DUCATI V4 F2 +6.755
21 Michael Edwards YAMAHA YZF-R1M F1 +6.937
22 Gareth Rees BMW S1000RR F2 +7.191
23 Marc Balestro DUCATI V4 F2 +8.002
24 Ash Edwards YAMAHA YZFR1 F2 +8.526
25 James Berkley BMW S1000RR F2 +11.998
26 Wayne Hepburn BMW S1000RR F2 +13.167

Race One

Sadly, Pirelli Limitless Race 1 needed to be red-flagged on lap two after a nasty accident that left Glenn Allerton with a number of accidents that ended his weekend approach too early. MCNews.com.au have reported in detail on the accident here (link).

The red flag came out early in race one
The crimson flag got here out early in race one

As soon as the monitor was clear, Race One was re-run from scratch with the brief red-flagged race try not contributing to factors or grid positions.

Glenn Allerton’s bike earlier within the day

Epis wasn’t capable of capitalise on his pole place, Brookes ran exhausting from the beginning and took the win from Stauffer with a three-second hole.

Max Stauffer and Josh Brookes
Max Stauffer and Josh Brookes

Stauffer had pulled a wholesome lead over West by the tip of the seven laps, Epis in fourth and Staring fifth.

Dunker’s first race outing on the R1 scored him a really credible sixth place. Quickest lap went to Brookes with a 1m31.023.

Cam Dunker
Cam Dunker

In F2, Nelson transformed pole right into a race win, seven-tenths forward of Rendon, who had Griffith and De Leon proper on his tail.

Leanne Nelson
Leanne Nelson

Ashley Woolford (#11W Royal Precision Lubricants, Servalloy, Ascari Works Yamaha R1) hadn’t been ready to stick with the lead group however purchased the R1 residence to fifth place.

Race One Outcomes

Pos Rider Bike Cl. Time
1 JOSH BROOKES BMW M1000RR F1 10:45.4450
2 MAX STAUFFER YAMAHA R1 F1 10:48.6010
3 ANTHONY WEST YAMAHA YZF-R1 F1 10:53.1040
4 LACHLAN EPIS BMW M1000RR F1 10:54.0310
5 BRYAN STARING YAMAHA R1 F1 10:54.5740
6 CAMERON DUNKER YAMAHA R1 F1 11:03.8300
7 JOSHUA SODERLAND DUCATI V4R F1 11:08.3920
8 PARIS HARDWICK KAWASAKI ZX10RR F1 11:08.6800
9 LEANNE NELSON YAMAHA R1 F2 11:14.3720
10 CARLOS RENDON DUCATI V4 F2 11:15.0440
11 TIMOTHY GRIFFITH KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 11:15.5820
12 DOMINIC DE LEON  KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 11:15.6080
13 ASHLEY WOOLFORD YAMAHA R1 F2 11:23.7000
14 PAUL LINKENBAGH YAMAHA R1 F2 11:24.3770
15 EDDIE LEESON YAMAHA YZF-R1 F2 11:26.8000
16 RYAN JOWETT DUCATI V4S F2 11:26.8930
17 MARC BALESTRO DUCATI V4 F2 11:28.9420
18 NICHOLAS MARSH YAMAHA R1M F2 11:32.8490
19 GARETH REES BMW S1000RR F2 11:35.6940
20 CHRISTOPHER DUNNE DUCATI V4 F2 11:38.4970
21 ASH EDWARDS YAMAHA YZFR1 F2 11:46.7270
22 WAYNE HEPBURN BMW S1000RR F2 12:13.0750
DNF JAMES BERKLEY BMW S1000RR F2

Race Two

Race Two noticed one other early crimson flag as Josh Soderland highsided leaving Tim Griffith nowhere to go, hitting Soderland’s bike and bringing him down as properly.

Josh Soderland crashed out, collecting Tim Griffith
Josh Soderland crashed out, accumulating Tim Griffith

Each riders have been OK and a mammoth effort by Griffith and his crew noticed him again on monitor Saturday, Soderland nonetheless needed to sit the remainder of the weekend out.

Josh Brookes was the man to beat
Josh Brookes was the person to beat

As soon as once more, the restart was from scratch and Josh Brookes was in cost from the beginning not giving Stauffer the chance to assault for the lead.

Max Stauffer
Max Stauffer

On the flag, Brookes had a half-second lead over Stauffer. West took third lower than five-hundredths of second from Staring, whereas Dunker, quickly adapting to the R1, completed fifth.

Ant West
Ant West

Griffith’s absence robbed us of one of many key gamers in F2. De Leon and Nelson seemed in nice kind and it was De Leon who took Race Two by 4 seconds from Woolford.

Dom De Leon
Dom De Leon

Paul Linkenbagh (#60 Smash Media Planning and Shopping for Company Yamaha R1) and Dunne in fourth and fifth.

Paul Linkenbagh
Paul Linkenbagh

Rendon was hampered by mechanical points in each Races Two and Three which put a dent in his factors chase.

Race Two Outcomes

Pos Rider Bike Cl. Time
1 JOSH BROOKES BMW M1000RR F1 9:12.4330
2 MAX STAUFFER YAMAHA R1 F1 9:13.9520
3 ANTHONY WEST YAMAHA YZF-R1 F1 9:14.7680
4 BRYAN STARING YAMAHA R1 F1 9:14.8170
5 CAMERON DUNKER YAMAHA R1 F1 9:21.1350
6 PARIS HARDWICK KAWASAKI ZX10RR F1 9:29.1100
7 LACHLAN EPIS BMW M1000RR F1 9:32.0570
8 DOMINIC DE LEON KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 9:34.7490
9 LEANNE NELSON YAMAHA R1 F2 9:42.7970
10 ASHLEY WOOLFORD YAMAHA R1 F2 9:44.5550
11 PAUL LINKENBAGH YAMAHA R1 F2 9:46.7000
12 CHRISTOPHER DUNNE DUCATI V4 F2 9:50.3280
13 RYAN JOWETT DUCATI V4S F2 9:50.5730
14 MICHAEL EDWARDS YAMAHA YZF-R1M  F1 9:51.8330
15 EDDIE LEESON YAMAHA YZF-R1 F2 9:52.5580
16 MARC BALESTRO DUCATI V4 F2 9:54.8290
17 GARETH REES BMW S1000RR F2 9:58.0060
18 ASH EDWARDS YAMAHA YZFR1 F2 10:01.5960
19 CARLOS RENDON DUCATI V4 F2 10:17.8160
20 NICHOLAS MARSH YAMAHA R1M F2 10:18.5500

Race Three

Within the last race for Friday night, Stauffer was capable of take the lead early and hold Brookes behind him for a two-tenths of a second win.

Max Stauffer in the lead
Max Stauffer within the lead

West, Staring and Epis (who scored quickest lap of the race) all crossing the road in very shut firm.

Lachlan Epis
Lachlan Epis

In F2, De Leon took his second win of the night time, three-seconds forward of Nelson, who had put some air between her and Woolford in third. Linkenbagh and Dunne held fourth and fifth.

Chris Dunne
Chris Dunne

That wrapped up Friday’s races, forward of three extra races to be run on Saturday.

Josh Brookes held the lead within the F1 desk by five-points from Max Stauffer. Bryan Staring in third, Lachlan Epis in fifth and, impressively, rookie Cam Dunker in sixth.

Bryan Staring and Hardwick
Bryan Staring and Hardwick

In F2, Dominic De Leon held a slim two-point lead over Leanne Nelson with Ashley Woolford, Paul Linkenbaugh and Eddie Leeson all inside putting distance with 70-points up for grabs from Saturday’s races.

Eddie Leeson
Eddie Leeson

Race Three Outcomes

Pos Rider Bike Cl. Time
1 MAX STAUFFER YAMAHA R1 F1 4:38.6680
2 JOSH BROOKES BMW M1000RR F1 4:38.7070
3 ANTHONY WEST YAMAHA YZF-R1 F1 4:39.1740
4 BRYAN STARING YAMAHA R1 F1 4:39.2930
5 LACHLAN EPIS BMW M1000RR F1 4:39.9920
6 CAMERON DUNKER YAMAHA R1 F1 4:41.1730
7 PARIS HARDWICK KAWASAKI ZX10RR F1 4:48.7430
8 DOMINIC DE LEON KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 4:48.9560
9 LEANNE NELSON  YAMAHA R1 F2 4:52.2950
10 ASHLEY WOOLFORD YAMAHA R1 F2 4:53.2900
11 PAUL LINKENBAGH YAMAHA R1 F2 4:54.8110
12 CHRISTOPHER DUNNE DUCATI V4 F2 4:55.2830
13 MICHAEL EDWARDS YAMAHA YZF-R1M F1 5:01.7810
14 EDDIE LEESON YAMAHA YZF-R1 F2 5:02.1590
15 NICHOLAS MARSH YAMAHA R1M F2 5:03.1880
16 GARETH REES BMW S1000RR F2 5:03.4170
17 ASH EDWARDS YAMAHA YZFR1 F2 5:05.4660
18 MARC BALESTRO DUCATI V4 F2 5:06.3710
19 CARLOS RENDON DUCATI V4 F2 3:48.3100
DNF RYAN JOWETT DUCATI V4S F2 3:21.5610

Saturday Pirelli Limitless F1 and F2 Qualifying 2

Again on the monitor on Saturday, circumstances have been cooler than Friday with no menace of rain, simply excellent for some extra motion.

Lachlan Epis
Lachlan Epis

In qualifying, it was Lachlan Epis, working on a motorbike carrying Wayne Hepburn’s #41 plate, who did it once more, taking out pole with a 1:30.405.

Cam Dunker
Cam Dunker

Dunker, Stauffer and Brookes have been all capable of get into the 1:30s and Dunker’s second-place on the grid was apt demonstration that he was studying the R1 in a short time. Bryan Staring was fifth quickest.

Tim Griffith
Tim Griffith

In F2, Griffith, on his spare bike, put down a 1m34.728 giving him eighth on the grid total and quickest of the F2 runners.

Leanne Nelson
Leanne Nelson

De Leon and Nelson have been inside two-tenths off Griffith’s mark. Leeson and Woolford, at all times a menace, took fourth and fifth quickest F2, which gave them eleventh and twelfth on the grid.

Qualifying 2 Outcomes

Pos Rider Cl. Time/Hole
1 LACHLAN EPIS F1 1:30.4050* 
2 CAMERON DUNKER F1 +0.115
3 MAX STAUFFER F1 +0.156
4 JOSH BROOKES F1 +0.336
5 BRYAN STARING F1 +0.933
6 ANTHONY WEST F1 +1.838
7 PARIS HARDWICK F1 +3.601
8 TIMOTHY GRIFFITH F2 +4.323
9 DOMINIC DE LEON F2 +4.455
10 LEANNE NELSON F2 +4.482
11 EDDIE LEESON F2 +5.098
12 ASHLEY WOOLFORD F2 +5.185
13 PAUL LINKENBAGH F2 +5.887
14 CARLOS RENDON F2 +6.315
15 CHRISTOPHER DUNNE F2 +6.417
16 HARLEY BORKOWSKI F2 +6.736
17 MARC BALESTRO F2 +7.955
18 NICHOLAS MARSH F2 +8.026
19 WAYNE HEPBURN F2 +14.654

Saturday Race One

Epis would persist with the #41 plated bike for the remainder of the night time’s occasions and that machine was clearly to his liking as, in Race One, he took out second place, behind Josh Brookes.

Farnsworth, Epis, Brookes, Allerton, Stauffer and West
Farnsworth, Epis, Brookes, Allerton, Stauffer and West

Epis saved Max Stauffer two-tenths behind him on the end, Staring and West having not been capable of preserve the identical tempo again in fourth and fifth. Dunker DNF’d after an off in Flip 5.

Max Stauffer & Josh Brookes
Max Stauffer & Josh Brookes

De Leon took one other win in F2 from Nelson, this time with a near-eight-second hole.

Dom De Leon
Dom De Leon

Only one second coated second by fifth with Leeson, Rendon and Woolford coming in behind Nelson.

Carlos Rendon
Carlos Rendon

Race One Outcomes

Pos Rider Bike Cl. Time
1 JOSH BROOKES BMW M1000RR F1 10:38.9270
2 LACHLAN EPIS BMW M1000RR F1 10:40.2570
3 MAX STAUFFER YAMAHA R1 F1 10:40.4940
4 BRYAN STARING YAMAHA R1 F1 10:44.2940
5 ANTHONY WEST YAMAHA YZF-R1 F1 10:54.4500
6 PARIS HARDWICK KAWASAKI ZX10RR F1 11:03.5950
7 DOMINIC DE LEON KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 11:06.8270
8 LEANNE NELSON YAMAHA R1 F2 11:14.3200
9 EDDIE LEESON YAMAHA YZF-R1 F2 11:14.5560
10 CARLOS RENDON DUCATI V4 F2 11:15.0330
11 ASHLEY WOOLFORD YAMAHA R1 F2 11:15.3260
12 PAUL LINKENBAGH YAMAHA R1 F2 11:17.7500
13 TIMOTHY GRIFFITH KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 11:21.7570
14 MARC BALESTRO DUCATI V4 F2 11:23.0650
15 NICHOLAS MARSH YAMAHA R1M F2 11:34.4460
16 HARLEY BORKOWSKI YAMAHA YZF R1 F2 11:34.6860
17 WAYNE HEPBURN BMW S1000RR F2 12:03.8640
18 CHRISTOPHER DUNNE DUCATI V4 F2 10:54.1720
DNF CAMERON DUNKER YAMAHA R1 F1  

Saturday Race Two

Race two and Stauffer took an early lead however Brookes was on prime kind, carding quickest lap of the race, a 1m30.745 ,and took the win by seven-tenths of a second.

Josh Brookes & Max Stauffer
Josh Brookes & Max Stauffer

Stauffer and Epis have been almost inseparable, Stauffer crossing the road simply four-hundredths of a second forward.

Lachlan Epis
Lachlan Epis

Dunker wasn’t fairly in contact on the end however with barely two seconds between himself and Epis, and having a quickest lap lower than two-tenths off Brookes’ mark, he would have been properly glad with the consequence.

Cam Dunker - Image RbMotoLens
Cam Dunker

West took fifth however was 14-seconds again from Dunker.

Ant West
Ant West

De Leon was unstoppable in F2. One other win, this time by almost 5 seconds from Griffith, who was clearly nonetheless feeling crushed up from the earlier night’s accident however placing in a robust effort.

De Leon leads Rendon, Griffith, Nelson
De Leon leads Rendon, Griffith, Nelson

Griffith had Leeson proper on his tail throughout the road. Rendon and Linkenbagh took out fourth and fifth.

Race Two Outcomes

Pos Rider Bike Cl. Time
1 JOSH BROOKES BMW M1000RR F1 10:41.4760
2 MAX STAUFFER YAMAHA R1 F1 10:42.2230
3 LACHLAN EPIS BMW M1000RR F1 10:42.2680
4 CAMERON DUNKER YAMAHA R1 F1 10:44.9150
5 ANTHONY WEST YAMAHA YZF-R1 F1 10:58.8060
6 BRYAN STARING YAMAHA R1 F1 11:00.8190
7 PARIS HARDWICK KAWASAKI ZX10RR F1 11:02.4330 
8 DOMINIC DE LEON KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 11:08.8090
9 TIMOTHY GRIFFITH KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 11:13.1370
10 EDDIE LEESON YAMAHA YZF-R1 F2 11:13.1440
11 CARLOS RENDON DUCATI V4 F2 11:15.6300
12 PAUL LINKENBAGH YAMAHA R1 F2 11:16.2530
13 LEANNE NELSON YAMAHA R1 F2 11:16.2810
14 CHRISTOPHER DUNNE DUCATI V4 F2 11:19.9840
15 MARC BALESTRO  DUCATI V4 F2 11:32.6810
16 NICHOLAS MARSH YAMAHA R1M  F2 11:39.1330
17 WAYNE HEPBURN BMW S1000RR F2 12:05.5200
DNF ASHLEY WOOLFORD YAMAHA R1 F2 3:56.7990

Saturday Race Three

Saturday’s Race 3 was the final race for the weekend and Stauffer took an early lead however Brookes and Epis have been capable of reel him in.

Brookes chases down Stauffer
Brookes chases down Stauffer

Brookes went on for the win, Epis two-hundredths of a second again and Stauffer in third hassling them proper up till the tip.

Lachlan Epis
Lachlan Epis

Dunker wrapped up his debut Superbike race weekend with a fourth, Staring took fifth.

Cam Dunker
Cam Dunker

De Leon made F2 all his by taking out Race Three from Eddie Leeson by over twenty-five seconds.

Dom De Leon
Dom De Leon

Leeson had Griffith simply seventh-tenths again. Nelson and Rendon crossed in fourth and fifth.

Tim Griffith
Tim Griffith

Race Three Outcomes

Pos Rider Bike Cl. Time
1 JOSH BROOKES BMW M1000RR F1 10:42.5620
2 LACHLAN EPIS BMW M1000RR F1 10:43.5450
3 MAX STAUFFER YAMAHA R1 F1 10:44.2030
4 CAMERON DUNKER YAMAHA R1 F1 10:45.9020
5 BRYAN STARING YAMAHA R1 F1 10:46.5160
6 DOMINIC DE LEON KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 11:13.2720
7 EDDIE LEESON YAMAHA YZF-R1 F2 11:13.3410
8 TIMOTHY GRIFFITH KAWASAKI ZX10R F2 11:14.0010
9 LEANNE NELSON YAMAHA R1 F2 11:18.0760
10 CARLOS RENDON DUCATI V4 F2 11:18.3480
11 PAUL LINKENBAGH YAMAHA R1 F2 11:25.2370
12 CHRISTOPHER DUNNE DUCATI V4 F2 11:25.2470
13 MARC BALESTRO DUCATI V4 F2 11:31.8550
14 ASHLEY WOOLFORD YAMAHA R1 F2 11:32.0200
15 NICHOLAS MARSH YAMAHA R1M F2 11:41.7130

General Spherical

What a weekend. Each nights ran to schedule with all lessons finishing their three races.

Even a red flag couldn't slow proceedings
Even a crimson flag couldn’t gradual proceedings

Josh Brookes took the F1 total on 145-points, Max Stauffer the spherical runner-up on 121-points and Lachlan Epis rounding out the highest three on 108-points. Bryan Staring (102), Cameron Dunker (83), Paris Hardwick (76), Michael Edwards (28) and Josh Soderland (15) rounded out the category for spherical three.

Josh Brookes
Josh Brookes

With spherical three added to the general standings, we see Brookes main on 240-points, Stauffer second on 205 and Lachlan Epis is third, some extent forward of Paris Hardwick, who’s some extent forward of Harrison Voight.

Max Stauffer, Jamie Stauffer and Paul Free
Max Stauffer, Jamie Stauffer and Paul Free

In F2 Dominic de Leon took the general on 142-points, Leanne Nelson second on 117-points, and Eddie Leeson rounded out the rostrum on 99-points.

Dominic de Leon
Dominic de Leon

Leanne Nelson now holds the F2 lead on 214-points, 13-points forward of Tim Griffith, Dominic de Leon and Carlos Rendon tied on 198-points in third.

Leanne Nelson
Leanne Nelson

The report on AMA Warehouse 600 F1/F2 and AGV 400c/Method St George will comply with later within the week, so keep tuned for the helps.

On a final upbeat notice, Andrew Burley, who we reported took a foul tumble in Flip 1 at Spherical Two and wanted surgical procedure on arm accidents, was again on the monitor, smiling, in fantastic kind and serving to out the orange military the place he might.

Protected to say we have been all severely completely satisfied to see Burls again within the circus off-track and count on to see him again within the circus on the monitor sooner or later.

Three rounds down, one to go, the MOTUL St George Summer time Nights Sequence 23/24 wraps up with one other double-header in lower than two weeks on Friday ninth/Saturday tenth of February.

Quotes

Josh Brookes #25

“The double-header was one thing that I used to be trying ahead to. We didn’t have the Ducati competitors this weekend however everybody else has stepped up anyway so I had my work reduce out for me in each race with an assault coming from a variety of riders. The primary night time every race was affected by crimson flags however the second night time went with none stoppages and I used to be capable of win all three. With 5 wins from six begins I’m proud of that and I really feel like I’m protecting my response sharp with the excessive depth of the Summer time Evening Sequence.”

Josh Brookes, Glenn Allerton
Josh Brookes
Max Stauffer #27

“It was nice to get to the back-to-back rounds, I spent a number of time behind Josh and he taught me quite a bit. I’m nonetheless combating the identical points and I’ve acquired to strive work out a strategy to repair them. I’ll hold working and pushing ahead, large because of the membership for all the pieces they’ve accomplished.”

Max Stauffer
Max Stauffer
Lachlan Epis #82

“As ordinary the night time racing was wonderful and it was good to be aggressive and have in stated night time racing. At all times good to be rubbing bars with the boys and whereas exhausting we saved in clear. Hoping for a speedy restoration for GA, a kind of ones the place you simply get the shit finish of the stick. Yet one more spherical after which off to Asia for me, trying ahead to it!”

Lachlan Epis
Lachlan Epis
Dominic De Leon #63

“After my efficiency in Spherical Two I wanted to show to myself that I’ve not misplaced my mojo. Spherical Three, I felt optimistic main as much as this occasion and simply knew I had much more to offer. Effectively, the efficiency final weekend has actually confirmed to me that something is feasible, particularly if you end up hungry. It simply all fell into place. Going to be urgent the repeat at Spherical 4. Plan is to go even more durable.”

Dominic De Leon
Dominic De Leon
Leanne Nelson #52

“Wow! One other spectacular spherical by St George MCC. The Evening Sequence simply hold getting higher and higher and so does the racing. I had my finest spherical but. I’m very proud of the bike arrange we’ve achieved within the brief time I’ve had my new Yamaha R1. I’ve positively taken a leap ahead on this bike and over the 2 nights I hit a variety of PBs. I can’t await the ultimate spherical in a few weeks.”

Leanne Nelson
Leanne Nelson
Eddie Leeson #11

“I’d been keeping track of the primary few rounds whereas away at work and seen that over the previous few years the sequence has been getting greater and higher to the purpose it is likely one of the premiere nationwide occasions exterior of ASBK. Numerous mates and a fellow racer spoke very extremely of it and when the chance got here as much as make it down and have a go it didn’t disappoint! A implausible occasion run extraordinarily properly and clearly extremely popular with native, interstate and nationwide racers alike. I couldn’t ask for a greater first expertise to journey and race Jap Creek and would encourage others to return down and provides it a go.”

Pirelli Limitless F1 Spherical 3 General

Pos Rider Complete
1 JOSH BROOKES 145
2 MAX STAUFFER 121
3 LACHLAN EPIS 108
4 BRYAN STARING 102
5 CAMERON DUNKER 83
6 PARIS HARDWICK 76
7 MICHAEL EDWARDS 28
8 JOSHUA SODERLAND 15

Pirelli Limitless F2 Spherical 3 General

Pos Rider Complete
1 DOMINIC DE LEON 142
2 LEANNE NELSON 117
3 EDDIE LEESON 99
4 PAUL LINKENBAGH 95
5 CARLOS RENDON 90
6 ASHLEY WOOLFORD 80
7 CHRISTOPHER DUNNE 78
8 MARC BALESTRO 75
9 TIMOTHY GRIFFITH 70
10 NICHOLAS MARSH 69
11 GARETH REES 35
12 ASH EDWARDS 31
13 RYAN JOWETT 28
14 WAYNE HEPBURN 28
15 HARLEY BORKOWSKI 11

Pirelli Limitless F1 Standings

Pos Rider Bike Complete
1 JOSH BROOKES BMW M1000RR 240
2 MAX STAUFFER YAMAHA R1 205
3 LACHLAN EPIS BMW M1000RR 147
4 PARIS HARDWICK KAWASAKI ZX10RR 146
5 HARRISON VOIGHT DUCATI V4R 145
6 BRYAN STARING YAMAHA R1 102
7 JAKE FARNSWORTH YAMAHA R1 97
8 CAMERON DUNKER YAMAHA R1 83
9 JOHN LYTRAS YAMAHA YZF-R1M 74
10 MICHAEL EDWARDS YAMAHA YZF-R1M 69
11 JOSHUA SODERLAND DUCATI V4R 58
12 MIKE JONES YAMAHA R1-M 52
13 OLI BAYLISS DUCATI V2 49
14 TROY HERFOSS DUCATI V4 R 49
15 ARCHIE MCDONALD YAMAHA R1 46
16 BROC PEARSON DUCATI V4 R 45
17 CRU HALLIDAY YAMAHA R1-M 43
18 GLENN ALLERTON BMW M1000RR 0

Pirelli Limitless F2 Standings

Pos Rider Bike Complete
1 LEANNE NELSON YAMAHA R1 214
2 TIMOTHY GRIFFITH KAWASAKI ZX10R 201
3 DOMINIC DE LEON KAWASAKI ZX10R 198
4 CARLOS RENDON DUCATI V4 198
5 CHRISTOPHER DUNNE DUCATI V4 168
6 PAUL LINKENBAGH YAMAHA R1 159
7 NICHOLAS MARSH YAMAHA R1M 133
8 MARC BALESTRO DUCATI V4 131
9 EDDIE LEESON YAMAHA YZF-R1 99
10 RYAN JOWETT DUCATI V4S 81
11 RYAN MASRI BMW HP4 81
12 ASHLEY WOOLFORD YAMAHA R1 80
13 GARETH REES BMW S1000RR 70
14 CLINT McANALLY DUCATI V4 69
15 HARLEY BORKOWSKI YAMAHA YZF R1 63
16 SIMON REES KAWASAKI ZX10RR 55
17 SCOTT GARDNER YAMAHA R1 48
18 AARON SCHERECK APRILIA RSV4 42
19 DAVE KEANE APRILIA RSV4 33
20 VINCENT NICOLOSI YAMAHA YZF-R1 33
21 ANDREW BURLEY DUCATI V4S 32
22 ASH EDWARDS YAMAHA YZFR1 31
23 WAYNE HEPBURN BMW S1000RR 28
24 HAYDEN ATKINS BMW S1000RR 21

 

MOTUL Summer time Evening Sequence hosted by St George MCC

  • Spherical 4: Friday 9th/Saturday 10th February
MOTUL Summer time Evening Sequence hosted by St George MCC

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