Nelson Lewis is on the Force Accessories Contingency Plan, riding the new 2015 Sherco 300 4T.
“He is pictured in readiness to start the Round 1 of the SA Reliability Trial, the “Phlip Haydon” Trial held at Tarlee on Saturday May 2nd. This trial was an 8 hour event over a number of timed offroad sections as well as road travel to each of the timed sections. Nelson ran well for the duration of the event placing 8th outright.
Previously Nelson competed in the SA Offroad Championship Round 1 at Murray Bridge on April 12th. In this Sprint event he placed 3rd in the C3 Clubman Open 4 Stroke Class.
This weekend Nelson will be competing in Round 2 of the SART at Sedan and the following weekend at Wanbi SA in Rounds 2 & 3 of the SAORC. I will provide results from these coming events as well as additional photographs as they happen.
Thankyou to FORCE for their continued support.”
– Lynda Lewis
Congratulations to Nelson and all the best for the season mate!
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Rounds 1 and 2 of the Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC), were held at Kilkivan, Queensland over the weekend.
Tom placed 3rd both days in the hotly contested Championship Pro E1 class in the sprint format rounds aboard his CRF250r.
Tom: “I am really happy with my results over the weekend. Coming away with only one podium last year and then starting this year with two at the first two rounds is great. The track on Saturday was fast with sketchy rocks that were hard to see in the grass, an the Sunday track was a lot tighter with sandy creek crossings an gullies.
I couldn’t fault my bike all weekend. And I felt really comfortable on it. The next rounds are at Corner Inlet Victoria and is my favourite track on the calendar so I am keen to get down there for the 3hr cross country.”
Rounds, 3&4 of the AORC are in four weeks in Hedley, Victoria.