Berry Sweet Manjimup 15000: Todd Waters lands top podium position after tight win
Husqvarna’s Todd Waters has taken out the top spot at this year’s Berry Sweet Manjimup 15000, with Yamaha’s Matt Moss winning the Allstars Shootout event.
Moss managed a first place position during the opening Allstars MX1, followed by Yamaha’s Aaron Tanti and Waters, but faced a wheel fault leaving him out of the second encounter and overall battle for first.
KTM’s Brett Metcalfe claimed first for race two in front of Waters, leaving third for Kawazaki’s Perth product Jayden Rykers, while Tanti fell behind in eighth position.
In race three Tanti made a surprising comeback flying into first place, followed by Waters and Metcalfe.
The final race followed suit with both Waters and Metcalfe falling behind Tanti — who was just one point short of Waters’ 86-point first place win.
MX2’s four races were won by ex-international rider Caleb Grothues ahead of Codey Rowe and Dylan Hennessey, with Cody Heggs, Steven Pocock and Dillon Kattler landing respective podium positions for the Pro-Expert category.
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