Blake Fox Dominates Maxxis MX3 In Maitland

Published On: June 27, 2021Categories: News

The Maxxis MX3 Class showcased incredible speed and talent as the next generation in Australian Motocross took to the Maitland circuit for Round 4 of the Penrite ProMX Championship presented by AMX Superstores.

In the opening moto, it was KTM mounted youngster Connor Towill who took the holeshot, closely followed by Gas Gas Australia’s Blake Fox and Yamaha Junior Australia’s Ryder Kingsford. Blake Fox blazed his way to the front spot and never looked back, opening up an incredible 21 second lead over the rest of the field. Ryder Kingsford would move to second, before a mistake in a turn saw the Yamaha mounted rider slip down the field and mount a charge back to the front. As the chequered flag waved, it was Blake Fox who dominated the race, from Kingsford who charged back to 2nd and Connor Towill with a career best 3rd position.

In Moto 2 Blake Fox would put on another dominating display of precision, gapping the field by a huge margin en route to the race win and the overall round win. Ryder Kingsford would ride to a solid but distant second position in the moto and the overall podium. The battle for third overall was the real on track battle as Conor Towill would crash out of podium contention after factoring into the lead pack early in the final moto. Cambell Williams on the BCP Yoshimura Honda and Yamaha mounted Cooper Holroyd traded positions and battled furiously over 3rd position in the moto, with Holroyd eventually prevailing for 3rd in the moto and landing in 3rd on the overall podium for the round.

The Maxxis MX3 overall podium from R4 in Maitland NSW. 1st Blake Fox, 2nd Ryder Kingsford and 3rd Cooper Holroyd. 

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