Kody Paul and Mazaii Tucker among stars remaining unbeaten
A total of five riders remained unbeaten during the latest round of the Bermuda Motocross Club season at Southside Moto Sports Park last weekend.
Competing in the 50cc class, Kody Paul won all three races, beating King Clarke to victory in each, with Messiah Baker earning three successive third-place finishes.
His achievement was matched by Mazaii Tucker in the 65cc class as he overcame Paul in the first two heats before prevailing against Tinho Tucker Wall in the final race.
It was also a triumphant day for Maddox Seymour Durham, who completed a clean sweep of wins. Remington Boden finished second overall after finishing in third, fifth and second across the three races, with Collin Pearman sealing third place after getting on the podium in race two.
In the 85cc ladies class Nyla Goodchild proved the rider to beat as she took the chequered flag in all three heats. Ahlierre Belloquet earned two second-place finishes and a third, with Xao Coddington following up successive third places by finishing second in the last race.
Zico Majors was the final rider to wrap up a perfect afternoon, dominating the Expert class. Allan Degraff and Preston Martin finished second and third respectively in the two completed races.
There was also an impressive display by Anwar Muhammad in the Novice class, who won the first and third races, while also finishing runner-up in the second.
Deige Paynter was second overall following two third-place finishes with a fourth in the final race, while Quadae Baker rounded out the top three after securing a runner-up spot in the last race after finishing fourth and fifth previously.
In the Over-30 class Lorenzo Burch came out on top after following back-to-back second-place finishes with victory in the final race. Ronald Trott was second overall followed by Willem Vermeulen.
Kenneth Matthie looked on course to take top spot in the class after winning the first two races but failed to start the last event, which cost him overall victory.
The 85cc class proved hard-fought with Anyari Persad comig out best of a tussle with A'jahni Foggo after both drivers won a race apiece. Z'naz Jones rounded out the podium places.