Local pair impress on Bunbury track

Josh Adams (above) and Chris Bosnakis (below) in action.
Josh Adams (above) and Chris Bosnakis (below) in action.

With two seconds and a third, he finished the day on 64 points, taking his total to 128 but it was no match for Jayden Rykers, who again took a clean sweep of the round to win the cup on 150.

Though Dylan Heard finished third for the round, Brody Fewster took bronze in the series on 95.

The event also featured round five of the six-round Quad Championships, including clubman and veteran quads and junior quad riders battling their final round of the year.

Local rider and quad series leader Chris Bosnakis continued his dominance with another round win ahead of Shaun Woodhead and Josh McKay.

The win has put Bosnakis on 375 points ” 67 points ahead of Woodhead on 308 ” and with a maximum 75 points up for grabs in the last round, Bosnakis will be the favourite heading in to the competition.

Luke Ovens is third overall on 266.

Trevor Odgers took all three wins in the clubman quads to take his series score to 241, putting him in second place behind Jemma Merrylees on 335 and ahead of Jeff Hogan third, also on 241.

Merrylees has now done enough to win the championship with one round to go.

Paul Zuchetti won the veteran quads round followed by Craig Pearse and Michael Harcourt.

Jae Dowsett was crowned the junior quad champion ahead of Matthew Lee and Justin Noy, which was how the three riders also finished for the round.

Also featured were clubman lites where Scott Jackman was leading the series title chase but after a crash in the second race, Kaleb Richdale was able to overtake the top spot to win the championship on 329, with Jackman runner-up on 320 and Adman Fanderlinden third on 253.