News 29 Oct 2014

Jake Moss urges support of Queensland Supercross

State championship series vital for future development.

Image: Jeff Crow.

Image: Jeff Crow.

NPS Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Jake Moss has called on competitors to get behind the remaining two rounds of the 2014 Motorex Queensland Supercross Championship following the cancellation of round one.

The second round will be hosted at Robbie Marshall’s Dundas-based property on 22 November, before concluding at Jimboomba on 6 December. For Moss, the Queensland series is instrumental in nurturing future national talent.

“Last year the series was run really well, a real family atmosphere that had things to keep kids entertained on and off the track,” Moss told MotoOnline. “The racing was good and in a low-pressure environment as well, so it’s a good event to be a part of as a rider or otherwise.

“Robbie’s was a lot of fun last year and I’ve been helping Scotty Bannan in organising the third round, so it’s shaping up to be unreal. We just need to attract as many entries as we can, especially the juniors that will really benefit from these types of events.

“Whether you’re a professional, club level rider or junior, the tracks are designed to allow people to double sections or variations that suit them – it’s all pretty tame if that’s what they choose to do. And then there are the sections that we will do, triples and that kind of thing, but it’s a matter of riding to your ability.”

Last season Moss won the opening round at the Marshall property, but crashed out of the second event at Haworth Park and handing the title over to Daniel McCoy in the process.

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