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July 25th, 2016, 04:39 PM   #1
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Smile 2016 Stay Upright Supermoto Championship.

This weekend my local club is holding the national titles for Aussie supermoto.

Bayliss confirmed already, rumours that Ant West will be coming along also.

Super stoked. Will post pics next week.

Troy Bayliss will be attempting to regain the Australian Supermoto Championship title he won in 2014 in the PRO (S2) class. Troy will also be going for a perfect trifecta after entering the OPEN and VETERAN’S classes as well.
Oli Bayliss will be contesting the JUNIOR LITES class against some of Australia’s best Supermoto juniors. Oli has only recently started racing on tarmac in Road Racing and is going to have his work cut out for him against the juniors who have a local track advantage.
Far North Queensland Road Racing Club secretary, Jason Allen, stated “It is great to have Troy and Oli Bayliss attending! Troy will most certainly be making sure the front runners bring their A game. Troy will be attempting to regain the PRO (S2) class he won in 2014. It will also be a great experience for the up and coming Oli to get some exposure to the front runners in the senior classes and to contest against some of Australia’s best junior Supermoto riders. The spectators are also going to be exposed to some of the best Supermoto in Australia and also be able to ‘meet and greet’ the Supermoto stars!”
For more information about the 2016 Stay Upright Australian Supermoto Championship check the Far North QLD Road Racing Club website – FNQ Road Racing Club.
Source: FNQ Road Racing Club Press Release

Anthony West in 2016 Stay Upright Australian Supermoto Championship - Australian Motorcycle News

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July 25th, 2016, 05:30 PM   #2
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Awesome Barbed.

It is a damn shame that Smoto has never really taken off in this country as it is for me easily my favourite format at which I have ever officiated as it is purely spectacular.

The big shame is that now we only ever have a one meet national series as gone are the days of the NSW round, the Victorian round etc

Will have to check if live timing is on that weekend so I can keep an eye on who is going around (will be interested if Reekie will have a go against Bayliss etc)
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July 25th, 2016, 05:49 PM   #3
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I'm gunning for my mate Joe Dwyer (Joe Dirt 91) in the senior.
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July 25th, 2016, 05:53 PM   #4
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Ant West confirmed.

So excited, hard to see good racing around my parts.
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