Charge to title hot

Cameron Stronach has to race against some strong challengers.        Picture: John Innes
Cameron Stronach has to race against some strong challengers.        Picture: John Innes

After three rounds, local rider Cameron Stronach leads the suberbike championship with 204 points followed by his brother Ben on 159 and Anthony McFadden with 150.

Though Cameron has a strong lead and is hoping to secure his third consecutive title, he cannot afford to back off with Ben hungry for another championship, having won in 2006 and 2008.

In the B grade superbike series, Chris Brown leads with 193 points from Ashley Fleming on 157 and Adam Chambers with 143 points, while in the C grade, Mike Howden leads with 189 points from Neil Fraser on 156 and Alex Scaglioni with 136.

Thyron Van Vuuren, competing in the Australian Superbike Championships, leads the supersport 600cc championship on 178 points ahead of Livio Zampieri on 159 and Ray Tschorn on 146.

David Doughty dominated the third round of the 125 GP championship to take him to 183 points, leading from Dave Noblett and Jack Twisse tied on 151.

Tim Boujos increased his 300 production series lead to 145 points ahead of Michelle Marais and Lachlan Hickey on 98 points, while in the 250 series, Hickey leads on 124 from Hayley Green on 105 and Joel Hunter on 101.

Jero Joyce and Corey Blackman have been tipped the ones to beat in the sidecars, while racing now opens up in the clubman 600 and 1000 divisions with Matt Price and Tim De Bruyn having to move up to supersport and superbikes respectively following overall wins in round three.

Practice starts at 8.40am with racing from 10.30am and 1pm.

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