Fox Superflow racing was back in South East Queensland on the weekend and there was no shortage of action between the tape. Two days of racing and two differing conditions for the 320 odd riders that raced the clock at Castle Hill in Ipswich. Let’s take a look at what went down…..
It’s been a red hot minute since we saw over 300 riders at an enduro race in South East Queensland and a welcome sight that signaled the Fox Superflow series is alive and well in Queensland. Castle Hill provided some of the best tracks to race at a Fox Superflow race and despite some rainy weather on Saturday it was an epic weekend of racing.
Saturday saw the rain come in and some tougher racing conditions than Sunday. The trails at Castle Hill hold up well to wet weather and were ride-able with some super fast times posted in the rain. The spattering of rain meant that the trails were prime come Sunday and the pick of the racing conditions were had by all.
The business end of the weekend saw Jake Simpson take the win in Elite Men over Alex Shadbolt and Ehren Keidel – who posted a third place despite racing in the rain. Jess Hoskin again showed why she is the fastest woman in South East Queensland at the moment and Isaiah Kelso posted a time that would have been within a second of the fastest time of the day.
- Jake Simpson 5:41.1
- Alex Shadbolt 5:50.9
- Ehren Keidel 5:51.6
- Jess Hoskin 6:23.6
- Sacha Mills 6:48.2
- Holly Lubcke 6:53.5
- Isaiah Kelso 5:41.8
- Lachlan Woodall 6:42.3
- Chase Miller 6:42.9
- Annie Mayne 7:14.4
- Piper Brennen 8:02.6
- Kate Lister 10:24
It was another well run event from the team at Rocky Trail Entertainment and another awesome event at Castle Hill, Ipswich. The Fox Superflow series heads back out to Mt Cotton in a few weeks time for some of the best tracks to race in Brisbane. The event will fill up fast and there’s little doubt that it will be another big events with two days of racing to get your fastest times.
Registration is open now and as usual Brakes Wide Open will bring you all the action from between the tape.