HAMILTON rider Lachlan Davis produced the performances of the day as the Western Region Motocross Series (WRMS) came to a high-flying finale.
Davis won all three races in the senior lites B grade at Lake Gillear on Sunday to secure a convincing victory in the series.
He finished with 452 points, well clear of runner-up Aaron Watts (358) and Shipwreck Coast Motocross Club rider Will McGinley (310).
Davis was one of two Shipwreck Coast Motocross Club senior riders to win their classes after the eight-round WRMS.
Other results included Warrnambool’s Jeremy Laycock finishing third in senior lites A grade, while Allansford’s Stephen Square placed first, second and third in his three races to wrap up third spot in open A grade with 326 points.
Michael Pickert, second in veterans’ over 45, and Glen Taylor, second in veterans’ 35-44, also earned podium finishes overall.
Corey Hawkes and Cameron Pickert were second and third respectively in junior lites B grade.
Teenager Mitch Riordon and Beau Stuchbery went one-two in junior lites C grade and Jak Cameron edged out Brandon Fish-Kidd in junior 125cc C grade, despite Brandon winning all three races in the final round.
Shipwreck Coast Motocross Club president Murray Stuchbery said a field of 215 contested the final round, up on the average of about 170.
He said having to postpone the round two weeks because of a flooded track worked in the club’s favour.
Few other motocross events on across Victoria meant riders flocked to Lake Gillear wanting to tear up the dirt, he said.