WARRNAMBOOL pro bike racer Glenn Wooster took out round two of the 400 Thunder series at Perth Motorplex on Saturday.
He said everything went right for him, while the same could not be said for his fellow competitiors.
His first round opponent, Perth local Tony Hinkley, crashed out in the braking area behind Wooster, while grand final opponent Maurice Allen won through the semi-final in unusual circumstances, after both his and Ryan Learmonth’s bikes failed just on the start line.
Allen pushed his bike the length of the track to score the win, but Wooster proved too good in the decider.
“You go hoping you go and get a weekend like this when everything just clicks,” Wooster said.
The win – combined with his semi-final appearance in round one and highest miles-per-hour speed (185.4mph) from the weekend – launched Wooster to the top of the series rankings.