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Exclusive – MX Nationals Rd 5 Murray Bridge Race Recap

3 years ago

Marking the halfway point of the 10-round series, Murray Bridge in SA was full of action. Motul Pirelli Suzuki’s Todd Waters became the first Australian to win a round in the MX1 class, with Carlton Dry Honda’s Brad Anderson going second and pirvateer rider, Tye Simmonds, rounding out the podium. In the MX2 class, JDR KTM Factory Racing’s Josh Cachia claimed the team’s first victory of the year, with Chyne Boyd and Ford Dale taking second and third, respectively.

For all the race insights, check out our online feature. And if you’re after the results, review our results database.

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