Sunday was a Happy Father's Day for all the HJDBC Dads who were able to attend Series 2, Round 2 as the sun shone for a great round. Who wouldn't want to spend Father's Day fueling bikes and changing spark plugs? The day began with coffee as usual to ensure everyone was ready for the day, bikes scrutineered, riders briefing done and two groups were formed for the morning events. The nippers, 50cc's and Mini-wheels teamed up to compete in the same event areas and the 65cc's and 85cc's worked together on other event areas. Thanks to the efficient marshaling all events; ring return, bending, orange, accler8, accelerate and brake, footing and non-footing clover were all complete before lunch which allowed time for citing laps on the mini-cross track as well.
A good break was had by all at lunchtime including a special birthday celebration for our club president. Happy Birthday to Jeff. A huge thanks from all club members and riders for all you do for our club.
With a much warmer day than usual riders enjoyed the extra break but were refueled on lunch (and cake) to get out and race on the track. All races were heat finals so two rounds were fit in easily for the afternoon. The dry weather also bought tough riding conditions with a dusty track making it hard for some riders to even see where they were going and a few riders stalling in the sand. There were plenty of action packed races though with each round of racing giving different results in many classes.
Nippers - Harper, Keira, & Danny
50cc Beau #798
65cc Ben #580
Mini Wheels Lucy #34
85ccSW Declan #91
85cc BW Jack #151
A big thanks to the parents, marshals and officials for yet another great day.
Our next event on the Calendar is Sutherland Minikhana Interclub held on Sunday 17th September. Please check the website & also facebook page for details on how to register for this event.
Following that we also have the MX Twin Series with KMW coming up at our grounds on Sunday 24th September. We hope to see as many Hornsby riders at both these events as possible...Go Hornsby!
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