The 2015 WAMX Make Smoking History State Championships have been decided.  It has to be one of the most disappointing ends to a season for WA motocross, with the news this week that the rescheduled Byford State round will not go ahead.

The host club the Lightweight Motorcycle Club wishes to apologise to all concerned, but with a lack of volunteers available to re run the washed out third round,   the round was subsequently cancelled and the series standings from all rounds completed will stand.

WAMX, the series promoter exhausted all available avenues to try and run the event but advised “that with great disappointment the rescheduled Round 3 of the Byford Senior State Round will not be proceeding.  We thank you for all your support over the past season and look forward to working with you all again in 2016”.

Veterans

Brendon Parnham is your new Vets champ from Trevor Unstead in second and Scott Petricevich in third.  Parnham lead for much of the series, podiuming on three rounds and unable to quite secure a race win.  His consistency was the key, and a veterans Championship belongs to the 977.

Season Standings After 6 Rounds

1 977 BRENDON PARNHAM 422

2 142 TREVOR UNSTEAD 398

3 71 SCOTT PETRICEVICH 385

4 472 TIM DUNSTAN 371

5 512 NICHOLAS STONE 362

Brendan Parham

Womens Championships

In the Womens Championship Chelsea Blakers is the 2015 champion from Hannah Bagnall in second and Leeha Worthington third for the season.  The womens championship decided over only two rounds with Blakers picking up the opening round win and second place for the final round in Beverley.  This is the second Womens Championship for Chelsea Blakers secured by 16 points from the hard charging Hannah Bagnall and the much improved Leeha Worthington picking up third, her highest positon finish in a WAMX Championship.

Season Standings After 2 Rounds

1 539 CHELSEA BLAKERS 196

2  623 HANNAH BAGNALL 180

3 358 LEEHA WORTHINGTON 161

4 401 STORME GREEN 157

5 685 HANNAH LOVETT 156

Chelsea Blakers

Quad Championships

Quad star Chris Bosnakis battled with Luke Gaisford in the first two rounds, at Esperance and Wanneroo.  When injury had Gaisford was unable to take part in the final round, Bosnakis was the firm favourite, and took out all three races to take the podium and the elusive back to back championship.  Shaun Woodhead picked up second with Tyron Robertson picking up third place for the season.

Season Standings After 3 Rounds

1 46 CHRISTOPHER BOSNAKIS 302

2 2 SHAUN WOODHEAD 254

3 15 TYRON ROBERTSON 231

4 24 DANIEL SOLTOGGIO 221

5 53 ASHLEY MILLS 216

Chris Bosnakis

The Intermediate Lites played out perfectly for series leader Mario Dercole who took the series from Jacob Schaafsma and Kurt Baxter securing the third step of the podium in the championship battle.  The Intermediate Lites turning on great racing across the season between all the top five finishers.

Season Standings After 6 Rounds

1 178 MARIO DERCOLE 456

2 265 JACOB SCHAAFSMA 412

3 351 KURT BAXTER 399

4 227 KENLEN YOUL 396

5 517 GRANT BUCHAN 377

Mario Dercole

Clubman Lites

Alex Christie secured the title by 56 points from Jake McKay in second and Brayden Hahn third for the year.  There were close dices, and top racing in the Clubman Lites all year with the top three, and also from within the top ten for the year.  It was Alex Christie who takes the season victory.

Season Standings After 6 Rounds

1 313 ALEX CHRISTIE 495

2 353 JAKE MCKAY 439

3 283 BRAYDEN HAHN 37

1Alex Christie

MX2 defending champion Jayden Rykers was absent from the final round of racing due to commitments in Europe. This opened the door for Dylan Heard who took over the series lead and is your new MX2 champion, with Rykers in second and Jack Taylor picking up third for the year.

Season Standings After 6 Rounds

1 50 DYLAN HEARD 441

2 1 JAYDEN RYKERS 411

3 350 JACK TAYLOR 402

4 269 JOHN DARROCH 368

5 98 JAKE FEWSTER 355

Dylan Heard

Clubman Open top step of the podium belonged to Callum Evans who secured the series win from Nathan Cox who picked up second with Caleb Mills in third.  Evans found himself on every podium of the year with both Cox and Mills on the box for the last three rounds.

Season Standings After 6 Rounds

1 548 CALLUM EVANS 485

2 479 NATHAN COX 430

3 550 CALEB MILLS 405

Callum Evans

Intermediate Open Only 2 points for the win for new champion Anthony Rubotham with Brock Nelson in second and Stuart Eardley-Wilmot in third for the year, with this class looking to upgrade a couple of hard chargers for the new season based on this season’s results.

Season Standings After 6 Rounds

1 929 ANTHONY RUBOTHAM 435

2 303 BROCK NELSON 433

3 333 STUART EARDLEY-WILMOT 403

Anthony Rubotham

In the MX1 class Dean Porter secures another number 1 plate with Robbo Lovett in second for the year and Mitch Taylor third for the season.  Porter’s consistent results on the podium saw him 55 points ahead at season’s finish from Lovett who podiumed at each of the  rounds this season.

Season Standings After 6 Rounds

1 30 DEAN PORTER 487

2 29 ROBERT LOVETT 432

3 88 MITCH TAYLOR 371

4 57 CHARLIE CREECH 355

5 21 PAUL HUMBERSTON 352

Dean Porter

The winners will be celebrated and crowned at the 2015 WAMX Senior Presentations which will take place on Saturdayevening November 14th at Peel Thunder Football Club, with tickets available on-line at www.wamx.com.au

Photo Credit: True Spirit Photos

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