The Proudly Bidvest bLU cRU Yamaha team attended the sixth and final round of the MSA National Enduro series hosted by the Rover Racing club, with the goal of wrapping up the National Championship titles in E2, Masters and the all-important Manufacturers award.
Kyle Flanagan, “Coming into this race I knew I didn’t have to push too hard to win the championship so my goal was just to finish the race inside the top five.” Kyle took second for the day and secured the win in the E2 Category championship on his YZ250X. “Winning the E2 championship has been a lifelong dream of mine and words cannot begin to describe how much this championship win means to me.”Lloyd Kirk came into the sixth round after having contracted flu in Turkey during the Sea to Sky event and not feeling well at all. “My goal for this race was just to finish the race and stay hydrated.” Lloyd placed a respectable seventh for the day and secured second place in the E1 championship. “This has been a rather challenging season for me and I’m really happy to take second place in the E1 championship.”
Bruce May had yet another flawless day out on his YZ250FX. Bruce placed first overall for the day and took the win in the Masters championship with an absolutely flawless season leading from round one through all the way through to the final round at Rover.Denzil “The General” Torlage had a great ride aboard his YZ250X. “The course was very physical with the thick sand stealing my momentum around almost every turn.” Denzil finished the day off in fourth place and secured third place in the Masters championship. “This season was rather challenging but I remained injury free and consistent,” Stated Torlage.
“An awesome team performance resulting in excellent results for the day. Managing the event, Yamaha also become the overall National Championship Manufacturer, yet to be confirmed, for the year,” says Peter Wilkins- General Manager of Yamaha Motorcycles.
Thank-you must be expressed to all sponsors for their support throughout the 2019 racing year: Bidvest, AMP, Shoei, Acerbis, RK Chains, Progrip, Yamalube, GYTR, PSP Racing, Metzeler Carbontech and Hayward Suspension.