Small earns Sharky Cup

By |2018-08-12T18:36:01+00:00August 12th, 2018|Categories: BLOG|

AUSTRALIA, QUEENSLAND. MX1 Zak Small has finished strong at the final round of the MX Nations held 11/12 August 2018 to claim the memorial Andrew McFarlane Privateer Cup.

The two-day format finale Small qualified ninth, in moto one Small powered his Husky home for a seventh-place finish. In the second moto, Small finished ninth. Overall for the round, Zac Small finished eighth.

Earning 311 championship points, and sitting in tenth overall for the championship, however, he could end up ninth depending on the outcome of suspended rider Kade Mosig’s penalty for failing a drug test. Either way, Zak Small has won the Andrew McFarlane Privateer Cup in 2018.

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