What a cracking event with five races and 125 points up for grabs. Coming into the last round of the series none of the championships were finalised.
The Motolite Championship had #17 Adam Cameron with a healthy points lead(59) but second place #83 Edward Marsden was raring to give it his best shot. On Sunday morning in the first race of the day Adam caused consternation in his camp by crashing out on the top loop and not finishing giving away a swag of points. However all was well no real damage done Adam was able to front up for the next two races and was able to consolidate his points score and he's now the 2018 motolite champ.
#83 rode well and was never in danger of losing second place in the title chase.
#86 Anthony Marsden made a late charge to pinch third place off of #67 Baden Jones who was having a shocker only scoring points in two races.
Commuterlite PRO rider #101 Brad Lumb it would have taken a disastrous weekend for him to lose the championship as he only needed an extra 15 points clinch the title. He was in fine form and won three races and finished 2nd to Leanne Nelson in the other two, Leanne was not a title contender.
#66 Andy Lewer on his well turned out Honda CBR125 continued his consistent run to clinch second in the championship.
#4 Marty Kraaymaat pitting the sole Yamaha YFZR125 against the hordes of Honda CBR125s finished third emulating his third place finish in 2016.
Coming into the final round the Commuterlite AM class had #11 Barry Young was ahead of #56 Robert Hodgson by a mere 1 point with #454 Andrew Collins a further 14 points adrift. In the end Robert had the edge on Saturday with Barry coming home stronger on the Sunday races but it wasnt enough and Robert took the title by 5 points, very close and exciting. #454 Andrew Collins finished third 7 points adrift of Barry.
Superlite Pro saw #38 Junior Murphy with a 69 point lead over #169 Ian Gregory coming into the final round. These two along with Tim Smith, Kurt Wagus and Ken Lindsay have waged great battles over the years sharing the spoils as close racing does.
For these final races Junior won all five with Ian a close second. #65 Tim Smith finished third in the championship.
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