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Brent Worrall

RJ Motosport Park race report April 24 OMS KTM riders Liam O’Farrell and Kyle Keast steal the show @cmrcracing

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April 24 2011 – A beautiful Easter day greeted riders for CMRC's SWO at RJ Motosport Park. The track was perfectly prepared, and with referee Tim Lee managing the day, the riders experienced a great day of riding.

ProAm racing headlined the weekend with factory OMS KTM riders Liam O'Farrell and Kyle Keast stealing the show. In each of the Under 30
and Pro Am motos the two duelled to the checkers set a competitive tone for the day causing spectators to scramble to the fence in
anticipation of each of their four moto.

 O'Farrell jumped to an early leads with Keast on his rear fender in each moto. Keast was able to take home both first motos in the Under
30 and Pro Am, but costly mistakes in moto 2 cost him the overall and allowed O'Farrell to capitalize on his teammates mistakes. Machine
Racing Ryan Gauld made his debut to 2011 racing season with impressive third place finishes in both Pro Am and Under30. Motopark's Zeb Dennis worked the James Farrington prepped track to strong rides in Pro Am ahead of new a crop of front runners lead by Intermediate rider Robert Mittler.

Oher notables included mini rider Ryan Buchanan who was perfect in 85cc 7-11; Jake Tricco took the overall in the 65cc 7-11 and Yamahas
RJ Marnoch celebrated Easter in style with wins in MX2 Junior and Schoolboy classes.

CMRC racing heads to SJG Fourwinds Mx Park next weekend for the another exciting round of racing. SJG Fourwinds Mx Park is renowned
for a long, fast, sweeping flow and is lead by one of the hardest working promoters in the sport in Barry Heatherington. SJG Fourwinds
Mx Park will be featuring an open practiceon Saturday before Sunday's race.

For more information contact Barry SJG Fourwindsmxpark@gmail.com