This weekend the Raceline KTM Thor are ready to spring back into action after the six week mid-season break.
Regan Duffy is coming off an extreme high in his career, after winning the Manjimup 15,000 in Western Australia. Duffy is coming into this weekend holding the red plate and is ready to prove his dominance in the MXD class and grow his points lead heading into the final four rounds.
Regan Duffy explained how confident he is feeling.
“I’m feeling better then ever, I’ve had Josh Adams as my training partner this off season so it’s been unreal. Also I’m feeling more confident coming off the Manjimup win” said Duffy
Hayden Mellross had a solid mid-season break competing in the Manjimup 15,000 and the King of MX taking positives away from both weekends, that he is going to be putting into action this weekend to try and close the points gap between him and current series points leader Luke Clout.
Hayden Mellross is happy to be back racing nationals after the mid-season break.
“ I’m super pumped to be heading into round six this weekend after the mid-season break and am ready to chase down the points lead” said Mellross.
After a unfortunate crash for Jy Dickson he will not be competing at round six of the Pirelli MX Nationals.
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