Scott Keegan Takes Control of the E1 Class

Scott Keegan
Scott Keegan

The Yamaha rider has moved into the points lead following rounds three and four of the Australian off Road Championships.

By Hayden Gregory
Scott Keegan
Scott Keegan

Keegan finished second in class on both days of racing to continue his impressive start to the AORC season. The result also places him seventh overall in a strong showing on the YZ250FX.

Fellow Yamaha riders Stefan Granquist and Riley Graham also sit within the top five for the E1 250cc class.

In the women’s division Jemma Wilson backed up her flawless opening rounds with another win and a second place. Wilson leads an outright Yamaha podium ten points clear of Jess Gardiner and a further seven back to Emelie Karlsson.

Class Standings After Round Four

E1
1st Scott Keegan – 87 (Yamaha)
2nd Jack Simpson -85
3rd Glenn Kearney -80
4th Stefan Granquist -78 (Yamaha)
5th Riley Graham- 71 (Yamaha)

Women’s
1st Jemma Wilson – 97 (Yamaha)
2nd Jess Gardiner- 87 (Yamaha)
3rd Emelie Karlsson – 80 (Yamaha)

 

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