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Moriwaki Mounted Waters Leads Pack At Warwick

Teknic Honda protégé  Brodie Waters maintained his lead in the MRRDA’s 250 GP Mono Class, after  winning the third round of the series held at Warwick, Queensland.

Waters was in complete  control of his Moriwaki MD250H, keeping his Motologic prepared machine  consistently at the front of the mixed pack of motorcycles that also includes  two-stroke 125GP bikes.

The young rider finished  with two firsts and a second, setting a new outright class lap record of 1:06.6  in the process.

After an eventful first  qualifying session, the apprentice mechanic said he was very happy to secure a  front row start position.

“It was close in that  first race, but I got away cleanly and was able to hold the lead until the  chequered flag,” he explained.

It looked like the Honda  rider would do the same again in race two, however the race was red flagged and  after the restart, Waters couldn’t quite find the same rhythm.

“By the last race, everyone  was a lot quicker but I still managed to come up from second to take the win so  it was a great way to finish up the weekend.’

Team Manager Paul Free  said Brodie did an exceptional job against the 125’s.

“Even on this shorter  circuit, he is continuing to show what the MD250H is capable of.”

“The four-stroke 250 still  doesn’t have the outright speed of a GP bike, but the bike’s set-up provides  for excellent handling; that coupled with Brodie’s skill, means we are getting  wins on the board.”

The next round of the  MRRDA series, also featuring the Honda CBR150 junior class, will be held at  Wakefield Park, NSW on 23-24 August 2008.

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