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Motul Pirelli Suzuki's Waters Lands Australian Supercross Podium At Toowoomba
Posted by: newsla on Nov 13, 2012 - 06:23 AM
Motul Pirelli Suzuki's Waters Lands Australian Supercross Podium At Toowoomba

2012 Australian Supercross Championship (Round Three)
Toowoomba, QLD
10 November 2012


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Queenslander Todd Waters clinched his first Australian Supercross Championship podium result of the season with a fighting third in the premier Pro Open category at Toowoomba on Saturday, 10 October.

Waters rode his 2013 model Motul Pirelli Suzuki RM-Z450 to the final podium position alongside international stars Chad Reed and Ben Townley at the penultimate round of the season, elevating him to third in the series with one round remaining.

Rain resulted in a challenging mud race at round three in Queensland, however Waters rose to the occasion with second in his heat race before battling to third place in the reduced 15-lap main event.

"The weekend went really well," the 21-year-old Gold Coast resident said. "I qualified fourth and the track suited me - it's a shame it rained. In the heat race I was second and I had to pass a lot of good guys to get that result. To finish the final on the podium was good, I didn't feel as good as in the heat, but we did what we had to do for the podium.

"The final round will be a big battle for the podium in the championship, but this week I'm just going to do a heap of starts and make sure I'm well rested for the weekend. After that all I can do is go out and give it my all for the team."

Motul Pirelli Suzuki Pro Lites contender Steven Clarke rode his RM-Z250 to the opening heat race win of the night, before finishing fourth in the final. Clarke sits fourth in the standings after three of four rounds, now 16 points out of the lead.

"It was a promising start to the night with my heat race win, but the final was really tough in difficult conditions," Clarke commented. "I had to work my way up to fourth, just didn't stop trying in the mud. Hopefully it's dry for Newcastle and we can finish the year with a strong result."

Team manager Jay Foreman was satisfied with the results on a difficult evening at Toowoomba, now busy preparing for what will be the team's home round in Newcastle this weekend.

"It was a very rewarding result for Todd and he was riding really well throughout the round at Toowoomba," Foreman said. "Steven was also impressive in the conditions, so we will take a lot of confidence into this weekend's final round and look to finish the season with some more good finishes."

The series will conclude at Newcastle Showgrounds in New South Wales this Saturday, 17 November. Visit www.australiansupercross.com.au for complete series details.

Formed as a weaving loom manufacturer in 1909, Suzuki Motor Corporation of Japan started producing motorcycles in 1952.

Suzuki is an established brand in the Australian market, as the third-highest selling motorcycle brand.

For further information on Suzuki products, interested customers should visit their local Suzuki dealer, who can be found through the Dealer Locator on www.suzuki.com.au.

Motul is a synonymous brand name when it comes to the motorcycle community and their passion for performance and excellence. Riders using Motul synthetic oil, ride their bikes with upmost confidence. They know that the oil they are using in their bikes has a proven pedigree that not only protects engines but also improves performance.

The uniqueness of Motul lubricants is that the oil available on the store shelf is a direct result of Motul's research and development on the racing circuit.

Focused on improving the reliability and performance of lubricants, Motul has remained an industry leader, consistently pioneering many of the most important developments in engine oil history.
1953 - Motul produced the world's first multigrade oil.
1966 - Motul produced the world's first semi synthetic oil.
1971 - Motul produced the world's first 100% synthetic oil with ester.
2004 - Motul produced the world's first double ester technology.

Due to their ability to produce oils that will genuinely endure and protect during the toughest conditions in motor racing whilst also providing extra horsepower, Motul has become a dominant presence in National and International Motorsports. Maintaining this relationship over many decades has come via a commitment to evolve side by side with the engine technology of tomorrow.

For more information on the any of the products in the Motul range, visit www.linkint.com.au or www.motul.com.au.

Pirelli Motorcycle Tyres have a long history of outstanding success in a range of racing disciplines.

In 2011 Pirelli Scorpion MX riders won the premier World MX1 World Championship and MX2 World Championship which brings their MX World Championships up to an impressive 56 titles.

In Australia Pirelli has taken out the Motocross Nationals Pro Lites Championship and Under 19s Championship in 2011, as well as winning the 2011 Australian Four Day Enduro.

Pirelli is one of the biggest tyre manufacturers in the world in terms of sales revenue.

Pirelli has been producing motorcycle tyres for over 100 years and is well known in the motorcycling world for their technical precision and their advancements in cutting-edge motorcycle tyre technology.

The Pirelli range caters for all segments of the motorcycling market with performance tyres suited to motocross, enduro, trials, scooter, ATV, cruiser, touring, sport touring, sports and racing bike applications, including the exciting new Diablo Rosso II.

As a reflection of their quality and high performance, Pirelli is used by racing teams around the world including Team Motul Pirelli Suzuki and Raceline Pirelli Suzuki in the Australian Motocross and Supercross Championships. Pirelli is also the exclusive supplier of tyres for the World Superbike Championship.

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