Round 3 Redcliffe report

Tour scores Round 3

Round 3 of the Tour and been run and won and it was great to see Watercross racings return to the Redcliffe Bells Beach Location.

Saturdays weather brought smooth conditions for the Enduro Motos with Guy Greenland onboard the Watson Racing RXP-X taking the days honours in the Premier Pro-Am Open Runabout class with great consistant riding of Brisbane Kawasakis Christian D’Agostin 2nd and TWT Concretes first year Racer Brenden Boyd in 3rd position.

The Pro-Am Stock runabout Class is growing rapidly in numbers and with a large field of riders once again Christian D’Agostin lead the points standings for the day followed by the new kids on the block Mitchell Wyatt and Frank Waite.

Sundays dark clouds threatened to dampen spirits but the stoic watercross racers rose to the challenge under testing conditions and ever lowering tidal waters

Stand-up Ski numbers were down and with some mechanical gremlins too key riders the guys all agreed to reduce motos to 3 seeing Joel Barry take out the points followed by Xman and Jake Barker
Lites Ski was taken out by Michael Tisdale who edged his way ahead of Michael Stevens and first time junior rider James-Dean Millar watch out for this kid in the future.

The Closed course Pro-Am Stock runabout field was big with some great racing witnessed, Dennis Mack onboard the Gold Coast Waverunner FZR was unstoppable taking line honors for the day ahead of multiple Australian Pro-Stock Runabout Champion Shane Stuart with mr consistency Kawasaki’s Christian D’Agostin in 3rd position
Pro Open Runabout was dominated {nearly} by multiple Australian Champion Jet Ski Warehouses Ant Antees with 3 moto wins, but it wasnt to be Ants day with a dislodged electrical cable causing a last place finish in a moto he narrowly lost top Honors to Guy Greenland by a mere 2 points with James Masterton a close 3rd.

A huge thanks goes out to Guy Greenland for his tireless efforts in promoting and coordinating the majority of proceedings as well as racing and taking top honors the cream really rises to the top doesn’t it.

A huge thanks to Jordan Ross and Gold Coast Waverunners for the Aquatic event permit at this prestigious location.
The Guys that Set the track and equipment up on Friday, great job, Simon Le Comte team, excellent work, Amanda and Morgan for the scoring.

It’s Fantastic seeing the teamwork involved bringing Watercross Racing back in Queensland and hopefully the new rumoured QLD Super Jetcross Series is announced shortly.

we hope to see as many riders as possible weekend of May 17th at St George Sailing Club, further announcements and information to follow

Race Safe

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