News 23 May 2014

Fan Guide: 2014 MX Nationals Rd5 Wanneroo

Information you need to know ahead of Sunday's fifth round.

Just as the riders have finished dusting off the sand from a tricky round of racing at Murray Bridge, they will put their gear on and roar back into action when the fifth round of the 2014 Monster Energy MX Nationals hits Wanneroo this Sunday.

The MX Nationals makes its way out to the West for the second time in three years, and the WA fans are sure to turn out in their droves to witness the best that Australian motocross has to offer.

After an unpredictable round four held in South Australia, the sand in WA is likely to claim a few more scalps as the championship reaches its halfway point of.

Both leaders in the MX1 and MX2 classes gave up some ground in the outright standings at round four, and with the WA event reverting back to the three-moto format, every point will be worth fighting for.

It’s also been confirmed this afternoon that Penrite Honda Racing has called upon former world champion Ben Townley to replace injured fellow New Zealand rider Cody Cooper aboard the factory-supported CRF450R.

Young local rider Kyle Webster has been given a wildcard entry into the MX2 class in WA, following an impressive second place result in the MXD class at round four.

If you are coming down to watch the action, tickets are available at the gate, with practice starting at 8:30am, followed by racing commencing at 10:30am.

Image: Jeff Crow.

Image: Jeff Crow.

Circuit location

Wattle East Rd
Neerabup, WA

Event entry

Adults: $30
Children (aged 5-15 years): $20
Family (two adults and two children aged 5-15 years): $70

Event schedule

Entry lists

MX1 riders:
1 Matt Moss
2 Jay Marmont
3 Adam Monea
5 Kirk Gibbs
6 Jake Moss
9 Brock Winston
10 Cody Cooper
11 Sam Martin
12 Rhys Carter
15 Lewis Woods
17 Jack Zahra
19 Louis Calvin
37 Jacob Wright
41 Brett Norton
45 Hayden Mellross
48 Kade Mosig
55 Craig Bolton
74 Izaac Jones
88 Mitch Taylor
96 Oliver James
99 Jarrad Hockley
122 Joey Merrylees
141 Blair Outram
211 Billy Mackenzie
242 Rick Bailey
414 Jesse Dobson
999 Geoff Ballard

MX2 riders:
2 Kale Makeham
3 Ryan Marmont
4 Luke Clout
6 Jay Wilson
8 Nick Sutherland
10 Josh Cachia
12 Brenden Harrison
14 Geran Stapleton
15 Luke Wilson
17 Paul Humberston
23 Wade Hunter
23 Kyle Webster
29 Robert Lovett
44 Brody Cassidy
50 Dylan Heard
52 Riley Graham
53 Hamish Harwood
54 Luke Arbon
62 Joel Milesevic
70 Jake Emanuelli
72 Jake Pruiti
81 Joel Evans
94 Kayne Lamont
101 Tristen Cachia
118 Ryan Hunt
199 Nathan Crawford
208 Josh Adams
283 Errol Willis
485 Caleb Ward

Clubman Lites riders:
214 Brayden Luksa
223 Brodie Dyer
229 Jake Fewster
260 kyle spillane
322 Tim Jacobs
351 Kurt Baxter
388 Travis Curtin
408 Harrison Dewar
467 Harrison Smith
475 Luke Gaske
492 Cameron Mackie
495 Joshua Andrews
517 Grant Buchan
528 Mark Rollini
537 Callan Murphy
542 Matthew Murphy
576 Jonathan Dornan
597 Doyle Holl
682 Tom Lilly
686 Russell Anderson
688 Jack Bush
784 James Penfold
901 Paul Foster social media




2014 series calendar

Rd1 – 30 March – Broadford, VIC
Rd2 – 13 April – Appin, NSW
Rd3 – 27 April – Wonthaggi, VIC
Rd4 – 18 May – Murray Bridge, SA
Rd5 – 25 May – Wanneroo, WA
Rd6 – 29 June – Conondale, QLD
Rd7 – 13 July – Swan Hill, VIC
Rd8 – 3 August – Raymond Terrace, NSW
Rd9 – 24 August – Gladstone, QLD
Rd10 – 31 August – Coolum, QLD