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I love Australia and can’t wait to see the Aussie fans and go bar to bar with Chad, Jason, Justin [Brayton] and the rest of the field.I’ll be giving it my all to take down the champ in his home town!I look forward to battling against Justin and Dan (Reardon) and all the other teams in Melbourne next weekend and putting on a good show for the fans”Justin Brayton, one of many visiting American riders leads the Championship after a convincing performance at round one.The win boosts Brayton’s confidence as he heads to Melbourne with the Penrite Honda Racing Team.As well as the award of trophies to the top three riders in the Vintage Class, an additional first place trophy will be awarded to each of the Vintage categories: Classic 79 (motorcycles up to 1979) and Classic 82 (motorcycles up to 1982).A first place trophy will also be awarded to the highest placed rider who competed in the original A4DE in 1978 – this will be known as the ‘John Hall 78ers’ and there are some exciting announcements coming as to who will be on hand for this class.
Round one of the Series attracted a full house in Jimboomba, Queensland, a few weeks ago with riders providing world class racing.
Celebrated off-road personality Geoff Udy has been instrumental in getting the Vintage class into the 2018 A4DE: “We now have the pleasure of mustering as many of the original ’78ers to return to celebrate this 40th anniversary by being involved at any level.
I’ll be setting up one of my Suzuki PEs to enter in the ‘John Hall 78ers’, an invitation class within the Vintage class.
What we didn’t realise is the enormity of the enthusiasm from the Vintage Enduro community. Rockstar Energy Husqvarna’s Dean Wilson is joining Chad Reed, Jason Anderson, Josh Grant, and Ricky Carmichael to compete against the Australian Supercross Championship regulars at the AUS-X Open in Sydney on November 11-12.
“I’ve heard a lot about the AUS-X Open and am pumped to head down for it this year!
Aussie hard charger Jason Doyle will take a 14 point lead in the FIM Speedway World Championships when it hits Melbourne for the QBE Insurance Australian SGP in Melbourne on October 28 but young Max Fricke is in doubt after a spectacular crash at the Torun FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland.