24 November 2014

Perriton takes third in FX300 Cup.

Current New Zealand 250 Production Champion Bailie Perriton finished off his Australian Campaign with two fine third placings in two series over the weekend. In exhausting temperatures in Sydney  , Perriton , riding the Fujitsu Scholarship Ninja 300 . Battling all weekend with Brandon Demmery and Kyle Buckley Bailie showed he has the speed and determination , taking out a lap record and third place in the FX300 Australian FX-Superbike Championship on Saturday and third overall for the day in the Kawasaki Ninja Cup for Sunday and third overall in the series  . 
The Ashburton rider now heads home to race for the New Zealand Season on a Suzuki GSXR600 for the Sloan Frost's Fujistu Suzuki Team.
Fellow Christchurch riders Ryan Hampton and Sam Davison both had productive weekends. Hampton (Kawasaki) took second in the  FX-Challenge series and seventh in the Swann Formula OZ series  , 11th in the FX-Superbike Formula OZ Championship on Saturday. Davison who only competed in two of the six rounds took 13th in the  Ninja Cup series overall , but took seventh overall on Saturday and Sixth overall for the day on Sunday. 
Team Honda Racing rider Wayne Maxwell won the 2014 Swann Insurance Australasian Superbike Championship at Sydney Motorsport Park on Sunday.
Maxwell posted an eighth, fifth and fifth from his three races to finish the year seven points ahead of experienced teammate Jamie Stauffer.
Stauffer had been thrust back into championship calculations when he won the opening race of the day, however he had to settle for second place overall.
Troy Herfoss made it a Team Honda Racing trifecta finishing the championship in third place.
Robbie Bugden had an huge crash on Friday and struggled all weekend with the last outing of the Yamaha R1. A mixed season for Bugden , but a new bike and season to look forward to in 2015.




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