• 60 Jason Dunn winner Rnd 1 Motolite Championship #60 Jason Dunn Dominates Round One Motolites
    Business as usual for Jason (Honda RS85). Can he make it Championship
    number five?. - #74 Ron Carrick was 2nd with #75 Corey Smith a close 3rd.
  • #2 The King starts year in style. #2 The King stuns with first round win in Superlite Pro
    King Kenny came out on top under the new rules in Superlites.
    #169 Ian Gregory was 2nd and defending Champion came home 3rd.
  • #39 Ken Watson Commuterlite PRO 39 Ken Watson Wins Round One Commuterlite PRO
    Two 2nds & a 1st saw Ken Watson run out the winner of Commuterlite PRO
    3 Peter Lindsay came in 2nd with 23 James Barclay 3rd all riding CBR125s.
  • #94 Bradley Burt Commuterlite AM Winner #94 Bradley Burt Round One Commuterlite AM Winner
    Bradley won all three race to score max. points for the day.
    Brother Gregory #49 was runner up and #78 Mark o'Toole finished 3rd.
  • #666 Shaun Bray #666 Shaun Bray Superlite AM Winner.
    Shaun (Suzuki GS150) won the 3 races scoring maximum points.
    #48 Shannon Browne Suzuki GT125 failed to score any points
  • #68 Shane Wilcox / Lindsay McKay 68 Shane Wilcox/Lindsay McKay wins 2016 one hour.
    Shane &Lindsays (Honda RS85cr) took a well deserved victory in Motolites.
    #73 B.Thackery and H. Wells was 2nd and #49 John Olip and Tim Smith 3rd. B.Thackery 3rd.
  • #2 Ken Lindsay and Harley Harley Borkowski win one hour Superlite Class 2016 Superlite One Hour Win #8 for King Kenny.
    #2 bike Ken Lindsay/Harley Borkowski proved unbeatable on the day.
    2nd. #56 Hermann Wagus / Jim Murphy 3rd. Shaun Bray / Shannon Browne
  • Father and son team wins One one hour Commuterlite Class 2016 1Hr Commuterlite Winners 39 Ken & Keo Watson.
    Father and son team Ken and Keo Watson set a cracking pace to win over
    555 Nicholas Miller and Adam Cameron, #21 Craig and Lorraine Stewart 3rd.
  • 6 Jason Dunn Motolite #6 Jason Dunn Wins Round One in Motolites .
    Like he's never been away Jason won all three Motolite races. Here he leads
    the field away in race two. 68 Shane Wilcox finished 2nd. 63 Matt Burton 3rd



Round One of the 2017 BRA / PCRA Championship

Round One saw the BRA PCRA racers move South to the ever popular Wakefield Park circuit for first round of the championship on Saturday the 4th Feb..

First round of the year and with everyone chomping at the bit to get going the day produced some great racing in all classes. There was the usual thrills and spills and despite the 40 deg. temperature everyone had a good days racing. Credit to all the marshals and official who did a great job in the sweltering conditions.

Round One Race Results Table. Click Here...



 
2016 SAVA Tyres Bucket Nationals
Round One. (Only Round)

Round two did not happen as it was changed to a two day event and was run on the GP circuit. This doubled the entry cost and country riders had the added expense of an overnight stay in Sydney.

The Class winners from Round one are the the Sava Tyres Bucket National Title Holders as in the Race report below.

The 2016 Sava tyres Bucket Nationals round one was a successful meeting with competitors enjoying some great racing. A strong contingent of North Coast racers competed and made their presence felt keeping the locals honest. The early morning light rain started to ease with practice commencing on a wet track. However when the time came for qualifying the track was starting to dry. Qualy times were down from last years... RACE REPORT Click Here...

2016 Sava Tyres Final Points... Click Here...

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Round 1 Results

QBE International Festival of Speed.

Ago on the wonderful MV

The big event of the year is on at Sydney Motorsport Park this weekend. (24th -26th March.)

This years theme is a celebration of Italian GP motorcycle Racing with the most successful rider of any era Giacomo Agostini being present with the all conquering 350 and 500 MV Agustas.  

For full details check out the IFOS website. Click Here...


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2017 Motolite Championship
#6 Jason Dunn Motolite Class
1st. #60 Jason Dunn
Honda RS 85cr
75 Points
Steady
#74 Ron Carrick Honda RS100 Motolite
2nd. #74 Ron Carrick
Honda RS100
60 Points
Steady
#75 Corey Smith Yamaha TZ Motolite Racer
3rd. #75 Corey Smith
Yamaha TZ85
54 Points
Steady
2017 Superlite Pro Championship
#2 The King leads Superlite PRO Championship
1st. #65 Tim Smith
Honda RSC188
65 Points
Steady

169 Ian Gregory Superlite PRO
2nd. #169 Ian Gregory
Honda CB185
60 Points
Steady
#65 Tim Smith Superlite PRO
3rd. #65 Tim Smith
Honda CB180
52 Points
Steady
2017 Superlite AM Championship
#666 Shaun Bray Suzuki GS125
1st. #666 Shaun Bray
Suzuki 150
75 Points
Steady

48 Shannon Browne Superlite AM
DNF #48 Shannon Browne
Suzuki GT125
0 Points
Steady
 
57 Stuart Ellis Superlite AM Bike For Sale
Bike for Sale
Stuart Ellis's Suzuki 150,
Last Years Superlite AM Championship winning bike.FOR SALE
2017 Commuterlite Pro Championship
39 Ken Watson Commuterlite PRO
1st. #39 Ken Watson
Honda CBR125
65 Points
Steady
3 Peter Lindsay Commuterlite PRO
2nd. #3 Peter Lindsay
Honda CBR125
56 Points
Steady
#23 James Barclay Commuterlite PRO
3rd. #23 James Barclay
Honda CBR125
51 Points
Steady
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2017 Commuterlite AM Championship
#94 Bradley Burt Commuterlite AM
1st. #94 Bradley Burt
Honda CBR125
75 Points
Steady
49 Gregory Burt Commuterlite AM
 2nd. #49 Gregory Burt
Honda CBR125
55 Points
Steady

#78 Mark o'Toole  Honda CBR125 Commuterlite AM
3rd. #78 Mark O'Toole
Honda CBR125
54 Points
Steady

Blair Briggs # 23

WWhen offered the opportunity to ride a commuterlite Honda at the 2nd PCRA round I was pretty excited, I've watched many of the races and have been enthralled by the close competition. My PCRA years have been spent on a Laverda 1000 triple, an exotic Italian classic owned by Crispen Trueman. The Laverda is a big bike she weighs a fair bit and puts out around 100hp so my track knowledge is based around this bike.

Enter May 30th and my commuterlite debut!
Just before I went out on the track I made some enquiries and discovered the CBR Honda had 6 gears, so many choices, I followed everyone around trying to figure things out when our session was declared I only completed one full lap! Would sort things out best I could during the first race. I customarily get good starts and did on this occasion as well, loved the hustle and bustle of turn one but kept myself clear of (causing) trouble, turn two was bit of a laugh I had no previous braking experience except from the Laverda so was miles out and lost most of my gains from the start. Great drive out of T2 and pegged a couple back only to repeat the same mistake at T4 (had seized a 250 Suzuki there about 30 minutes before!) Again good drive had me back in the fray but really that was the pattern of my race. I was learning quickly from the other riders and was really impressed at their commitment and race craft.

Race two and I improved my braking but was still too hesitant into the turns referring back to my big bike past concentrating on fast exits, on a commuter lite I was learning that it didn't work like that, fast in, fast through and fast out, momentum being the order of the day. Race three I had a plug failing so concentrated on entry and braking and brought the Honda home in one piece. Third overall was a pleasing result but was a bit more flattering than my riding deserved. This bike was very well set up and I made no changes during the day, huge thanks to Gary Briggs (no relation) for the bike and sorry Gary for seizing your Suzuki

I am looking forward to the next round on the 13th I hope to be able to complete the season on the Honda. I'm learning so much being on this type of bike it reminds me of my 250 production days in the late 1970's although I must admit I'm a bit more risk averse these days. The commuter lite class has a real sense of community with riders dropping by to see how its going and see how I'm enjoying it, well I'm hooked its that simple.
Cheers

Blair


If you live in NSW and have ever wanted to go bike racing this is the place to be. Home brewed bikes on race tracks offers outdoor fun while racing, and hours of indoor pleasure, home brewing your special machine!

A full list of the bikes that you can use are in our Rules Section. But if you want to buy one ready made see the Links page and in particular The Australian Road Racing forum. Otherwise contact a committee member and see if they know of any bikes for sale.

Anyway, browse around this site and check us out. If you are interested in racing either contact anyone on the Club Committee or come along to one of the meetings on the Race Calendar, check out the racing and introduce yourself.

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