The Official South African National Motocross Championship 2023, Round 8 – Chestnut MX Track Gauteng Results
The official South African National Motocross Championship 2023 has reached its final round, held at the Chestnut MX Track in Gauteng. This thrilling event showcased the talent and skill of some of the country’s top motocross riders, and the results were nothing short of spectacular.
In the MX 1, it was Cameron Durow who emerged victorious, showcasing his dominance on the track. Jesse Wright secured the second position, followed by Davin Cocker in third. The fourth position was claimed by Joshua Mlimi, while Jayden Proctor and Dean Wheeler rounded out the top six.
Cameron Durow continued his winning streak in the MX 2, once again demonstrating his excellence. Stav Orland secured the second position, with Joshua Mlimi coming in third. Davin Cocker, Luke Grundy, and Callan Broskie rounded out the top six in this highly competitive category.
The MX 3 saw an impressive performance by Dean Wheeler, who clinched the first position. Anthony Raynard secured the second spot, followed by Levi Doherty in third. Jonathan Du Plooy, Sheldon Watkins, and Tyrone Watkins completed the top six in this fiercely contested category.
MX High School
In the MX High School, Barend Du Toit emerged as the champion, showcasing his exceptional skills. Kade Van Deventer secured the second position, with Jordan Van Wyk coming in third. Luke Grundy, Blake Young, and Ryan Adler also put on remarkable performances, completing the top six.
The MX Ladies saw a thrilling competition, with Leah Heygate emerging as the winner. Kayla Raaff secured the second position, followed by Ivana Venter in third. The fourth, fifth, and sixth positions were claimed by Jessica Osner, Jadene de Lima, and Zoe Botha, respectively.
Christian Berrington-Smith showcased his talent in the MX 85cc, clinching the first position. Trent Valsecchi secured the second spot, with Aiden Henley coming in third. Blade Tilley, Deruk Van Aswegen, and Ronald Graven also displayed their skills, completing the top six.
The MX 65cc witnessed an exceptional performance by Trenton Kretzmann, who claimed the top position. Evan Frost secured the second spot, followed by Rayden Woolls in third. Cassie Van Zyl, Ross Mckenzie, and Aiden Retief also showcased their skills in this category.
MX 50cc Category
The MX 50cc showcased the talents of Parker Cik, who emerged as the champion. Riley Geldenhuys secured the second position, with Coby Kretzmann coming in third. Dorian Botes, Luan Jordaan, and Alessandro Green also displayed their skills in this thrilling category.
In the MX Support, it was Brandon Wheeler who claimed the top position, displaying his expertise on the track. Keegan Du Plooy secured the second spot, followed by Astin Allin in third. Anru Moster, Brett Field, and Riccardo Caforio also put on impressive performances.
The Chestnut MX Track in Gauteng hosted the final round of the 2023 South African National Motocross Championship. The event showcased the incredible skills of motocross riders across various categories, proving their experience, expertise, authority, and trust on the track. The winners of each category demonstrated their unrivaled talent, making the event a true spectacle for motocross enthusiasts.
This article has provided a comprehensive overview of the results from the final round of the championship, highlighting the standout performances from each category. The South African National Motocross Championship 2023 was a thrilling event that will be remembered for the incredible display of skills and determination by the riders.
With its mix of competitive racing, skilled riders, and breathtaking moments, the championship has solidified its position as a premier motocross event in South Africa. The future looks bright for the sport in the country, with these talented riders set to continue pushing the boundaries and thrilling audiences with their motocross prowess.
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