After impressive results at round one of the Pirelli MX Nationals, The Raceline KTM Thor Team are ready to prove themselves in the sandy Wonthaggi conditions.

Regan Duffy is ready for redemption this weekend, being from Western Australia the deep sand conditions are the prefect platform for Duffy to prove his place in the championship.

Duffy who lives in Victoria during race season training along side Ross Beaton, went back over west to prepare for this weekends sandy conditions .

“I’ve been training real hard coming into this second round, as i feel like this is a track really suited to my riding and i can do really well at. I have been home in Perth since Appin to ride the deep sand in preparation for this weekend, and i have high expectations of myself this weekend”, explain Duffy.

After a solid performance in the extreme conditions at Round One in Appin, Jy Roberts found himself being series points leader and red plate holder coming into this weekend.
“I’m feeling really good coming into round 2. I had some solid bike time after Appin and I’m super keen to go battle with everyone this weekend, and hopefully I can end up back on the box. A lot of people are asking me how I’m handling the pressure, being the points leader but it honestly doesn’t bother me, I just want to get some good points and stay in the championship hunt all season long”, said Roberts.
Hayden Melross is taking only positives away from Round One and has been working extremely hard on perfecting the small things.

“It’s been a really positive two weeks of training since round 1. I’m feeling really great on the bike and i’ve been working extremely hard of perfecting the small things coming into round 2 this weekend”, said Melross