Who will be Victoria’s King of the sand after the weekend, Fogarty and Norton?

By |2018-05-10T22:38:28+00:00May 10th, 2018|Categories: BLOG|Tags: |

AUSTRALIA, VICTORIA, COLAC. Saturday’s racing will include the MX2 Classes of the 2018 Victorian Motocross Championships, Round Two Colac this weekend (12/13 May 2018). Horsham hosted the opening round where Morgan Fogarty won 2 motos and Callum Norton won a moto, however it was Fogarty that claimed the round overall. Lachlan Davis will be missing from the starting gate after a huge crash at the MX Nationals in Appin a few weeks ago. Davis finished second overall at the opening round. Kale Makeham will also be absent from the starting gate choosing to compete in Indonesia. Therefore a) being sand, and b) finishing fourth overall at Horsham Cody Dyce will be looking to advance the pecking order with his Empire Yamaha. Callum Norton has spent the past few weeks in the Heart of Sand testing for the upcoming Finke Desert Race so sand prep will be A1, however, he sits down the points list after a mechanical in the opening moto at Horsham, and the only rider to beat Morgan Fogarty in the opening round.

Sunday’s Racing will include MX1 classes, Callum Norton leads the MX1 class going undefeated at Horsham. Lachlan Davis finished second overall, however, will miss the round. Joel Green finished third at the opening round at Horsham, and James Alen finished fourth.

Who will take the lead in the 2018 Victoria Motocross Championship after the sand at Colac?

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