More than 50 riders competed at the Greenhill Speedway Track last weekend for round five of the Club Championship on Saturday and the Memorial Day on Sunday.
The competitors fought it out over a new seven lap, three round race concept which was trialed over the weekend.
James Chapman was on fire again taking out the Pro 450, the 250cc, the 19'inch senior and the Pro Open
Daniel Oram was impressive on his return after a long stint on the side lines.
Jack Fritsch was dominate in the Mod Class with Chayse Trappel on his tail all day, which made for great racing for the crowd. Chayse claimed wins in the 50cc and 65cc.
In the Trail Class, Daniel Benson proved too strong for Harvey Nichoison but it was very close racing.
Kristian O'Donnell was impressive taking out the 85cc combined Class and finished second in small wheel class.
Mackenzie Booth had a great day with success in the 85cc, 250cc and 19' junior class.
Taree junior Thoren Openshaw was at his best taking out the 65cc and 85cc class and South West Rocks local Chayse Trappel was just too good with wins in the 50cc and 65cc classes.
Local rider Josh Ball looks to be getting better every time he races taking out the Clubman class and is closing the gap between him and legend Mick Booth.
The memorial day on Sunday was a huge success with some fantastic racing.
The major Trophy winners were:
- Brian Purcell pro 450 winner James Chapman.
- Shane Van Ginneken (Cloggy) winner Jarred Loveday.
- Blake Butterfield 85cc winner Thoren Openshaw.
- Cedric Booth over 35s winner Mick Booth.
Round five of the Grass Track series at the Ponds will take place on September 22.
The track is in great shape and a great day of racing is expected.
Registrations are available online, contact the Macleay District Motor Cycle Club for more details.