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Motocross Racing At Pukekohe Could Be Pivotal

Motocross Racing At Pukekohe Could Be Pivotal
MARCH 17, 2021: The 2021 New Zealand Motocross Championships nudge past the halfway stage at Pukekohe this weekend with plenty still left to fight for. With two of four rounds completed, it looks fairly cut and dried already in two of the five bike categories, ...

MARCH 17, 2021: The 2021 New Zealand Motocross Championships nudge past the halfway stage at Pukekohe this weekend with plenty still left to fight for."We are so fortunate, with the way that the COVID-19 pandemic has been playing out, that we are able to race at Level One restrictions this weekend," said Motorcycling New Zealand motocross commissioner Ray Broad.The New Zealand Motocross Championships are supported by Aon Insurance, Kawasaki New Zealand, Pirelli tyres and Fox apparel.In the premier MX1 class, West Auckland's Hamish Harwood has a solid 16-point lead over Mount Maunganui's multi-time former champion Cody Cooper and, in the MX2 (250cc) class, Mangakino's defending champion Maximus Purvis has an impressive 27-point advantage over Mount Maunganui's Josiah Natzke.

Mount Maunganui's Cody Cooper, 106; 3.Mount Maunganui’s Josiah Natzke, 98; 3.

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