PR: Green and Bewley on Fire at Yamaha AORC Round Five

PR: Green and Bewley on Fire at Yamaha AORC Round Five

Active8 Yamaha Yamalube Racing team riders Josh Green and Jarrod Bewley both scored top class finishes at the fifth round of the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC), held yesterday at Coonabarabran (NSW).

Josh Green

Green claimed third in Championship E1 at the race, which was the first of two Yamaha AORC rounds being held this weekend at the Gooana Motor Sports Park.

Conditions at the park are dusty and the course is reportedly tight, rutted and technical.

Green, 21, from New South Wales also landed a top-10 Outright placing yesterday aboard his YZ250F, finishing sixth.

Teammate Jarrod Bewley bagged a podium finish in his class; Championship E2.

Bewley, 24, from Oberon (NSW) was also in the top-10 aboard his all-new WR450F, coming seventh.

The Active8 Yamaha Yamalube Racing team is proudly supported by: Yamaha, Yamalube, Active8 Electrical and Refrigeration, Force Accessories, Michelin Tyres, GYTR, AXO MX Gear, Exks Goggles, Uni Filter, Bazzaz Injection Modules, MTX Helmets, Pro Taper Bars and Grips, Cycra Plastics, DID Chains, Talon Sprockets, Hayman’s Electrical Suppliers, Kustom MX Graphics, KC Tools, Motion Pro, Safari Tanks, Loose Kid industries and Skull Candy.

Round six of the Yamaha AORC is being held today at the same venue.

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Yamaha AORC Round 5

(Results courtesy of Motorcycling Australia)


1st Daniel Milner       YAMAHA

2nd Ben Burrell

3rd Josh Green        YAMAHA               



1st Matt Phillips         YAMAHA

2nd Glenn Kearney

3rd Jarrod Bewley   YAMAHA



1st Toby Price

2nd Stefan Merriman            YAMAHA

3rd Mitch Bowen


Outright Top 10

1st Toby Price

2nd Daniel Milner      YAMAHA

3rd Matt Phillips        YAMAHA

4th Glenn Kearney

5th Ben Burrell

6th Josh Green        YAMAHA

7th Jarrod Bewley   YAMAHA

8th Chris Hollis

9th Stefan MerrimanYAMAHA

10th Luka Bussa