Dean Ferris won the final moto at the Australasian Supercross in Sydney
The 3rd round of the Australian SX series held in Campelltown, Syndney has seen a frustrated Dean Ferris end the 3 x 6-lap race format with a strong win under dry conditions.
With the previous two rounds being marred by rain and mud, Supercross fans were excited to see some exciting racing and the heated Lites class provided some bar bashing. Ferris wheelied off the start in his first moto and was left dabbling in mid pack. He went down halfway through the 6 lap sprint and salvaged 11th spot at the flag.
A better jump in moto 2 launched Ferris close to the front but moments later he was taken out along with half of the field by a wild throttled rider. Bruised and sore Ferris rejoined to end 14th.
Determined to turn his night around Ferris grabbed the hole-shot in the final sprint and never looked backed. He won by a comfortable margin and looking smooth and confident aboard his Monster Energy KX250F.
“Starts are really important with these short race formats and tonight I missed the first one and then bad luck wiped me out of the second start. I’m very frustrated with where are am in the standings so it’s time to put that behind me and now work on some overall wins,” Vowed Ferris.