Watch this space.
A protest appeal result is still pending with the MX2 class and the 125cc class results are also not confirmed, but we can tell you that Christchurch’s Justin McDonald (Honda) (pictured above) is the new MX1 champion after the fourth and final round of the Demon Energy New Zealand Motocross Championships at the weekend.
There is no doubt that Rotorua’s Michael Phillips (Honda) has won the MX2 class, Cambridge’s Damien King (Yamaha) has won the 125cc class and Waitakere’s Ethan Martens (KTM) won the under-21 division.
The full story and confirmed results will be posted shortly.
Provisional leading final standings in this year’s Demon Energy New Zealand Motocross Championships.
1. Justin McDonald (Christchurch, Honda) 265 points;
2. Cody Cooper (Mount Maunganui, Suzuki) 263;
3. Brad Groombridge (Taupo, Suzuki) 213;
4. Mason Phillips (Mount Maunganui, Kawasaki) 202;
5. Shaun Fogarty (Gisborne, KTM) 146.
1. Michael Phillips (Rotorua, Honda) 263 points;
2. Scott Columb (Queenstown, Suzuki) 254;
3. Peter Broxholme (Tauranga, Honda) 209;
4. Nick Saunders (Taupo, Kawasaki) 200;
5. Jesse Wiki (Hamilton, Honda) 189.
1. Damien King (Cambridge, Yamaha) 286 points;
2. Ethan Martens (Waitakere, KTM) 258;
3. Mike Cotter (Cambridge, Kawasaki) 227;
4. Hayden McKay (Christchurch, KTM) 195;
5. Cam Negus (Rotorua, Yamaha) 193.
1. Ethan Martens (Waitakere, KTM) 294 points;
2. Tom Managh (Wanganui, Suzuki) 232;
3. Kayne Lamont (Mangakino, Yamaha) 196;
4. Roydon White (Tauranga, KTM) 180;
5. Joel Hansen (Taumarunui, Yamaha) 137.
Photo by Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com