motorsportzone 2016 series
250 International
Small field of 250 twins with Jason Smith showing the others how it's done before breaking a wheel stud in the last final but 3 wins early on proved too much too overcome for the other competitors.
1st: Jason Smith (ANDERSON / DEA)
2nd: Michael Nicholas (STOCKMAN / YAMAHA)
3rd: Taylor Bertram (F1 / HONDA)

250 National
Still hot of his win at Eastern Creek, Tim Weier showed the way for most of the weekend, Gareth pushed him hard in the last heat even trading paint on the last lap before a drag race to the line.
1st: TIm Weier (ANDERSON / GAS GAS)
2nd: Gareth Crisp (ADE / GAS GAS)
3rd: Lachaln Crisp (STOCKMAN / GAS GAS)

125cc Gearbox
Phil Silcock showed how it's done again this weekend, mixing speed and reliability to take 3 out of 4 wins with Lindsay Jamieson managing to snag race 3 off him after a race long duel. Grant Yarrow, John Bothamley and Sam McFerran showed flashes of brillance before succumbing to mechanical issues over the weekend leaving Doug Amiss and Darryl Bertram to round out the podium.
1st: Phil Silcock (AVOIG /HONDA)
2nd: Doug Amiss (STOCKMAN/ YAMAHA)
3rd: Darryl Bertram (GILLARD / SGM)

85cc Gearbox
All 3 podium positions had a chance at leading during the weekend but it was Scott who managed to come out on top in the end.
1st: Scott Jameison (Gladiator / HONDA)
2nd: Cameron Moxley (GLADIATOR / YAMAHA)
3rd: Stewart Bell (Gladiator / YAMAHA)

Rotax Light
A game of millimeters all weekend, these 3 guys were inseparable all weekend. Every lap they changed positions each one trying to time the perfect run to the flag. Race 4 race finish was a highlight. On the final run to the flag, Gagie lead with Bonaventura and Nuske in the slipstream. With 200 metres to go, Bonaventura and Nuske made their move. All 3 crossed the line within 3/100s of a second apart with Nuske winning, Gagie second and Bonaventura third.
1st: Carmelo Boneventura (Tonykart / Rotax)
2nd Richard Gagie (Experit / Rotax)
3rd: Peter Nuske (Scorpion / Rotax)

Rotax Heavy
Only one competitor in Rotax heavy this time but that didn't stop Nick dicing with the light guys and having a good run
1st: Nicholas Marshall (Arrow / Rotax)