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Bonello and Scicluna leads in Trials

 On Sunday 20th March 2016 ‘Assocjazzjoni Sport Muturi u Karozzi’ will continue the ASMK Pasta Poiatti 2015/2016 National Championships at the ASMK Sports Complex at Ta’ Qali. The Sunday event will be the eighth one for the Autocross Class A and B and for the Standard Class. The Motocross Motorcycles Class A and B will be running their 4th event of the Championship. The program starts at 11: 00am.

Meanwhile, an overview of the classification of the National Autocross Championship we still find that Christian Mark Galea on a Fiat Ritmo is still leading the top Autocross Class currently with 139 points. Galea is followed by Malcolm Borg on an Opel Corsa with 102 points. In the National Autocross Standard Class Championship Deane Farrugia is still leading the scale on his Citroen AX with 44 points. Traydon Bailey on his Ford Ka is second placed with 36 points. In Class B Autocross we see that Joseph Micallef on an Opel Corsa is leading this class with 38 points followed by the 34 points of Jonathan Camilleri on his Opel Corsa.

The Scene in the National Motocross Championship is that the Camilleri brothers Clayton and Kyle still dominate this class A. Clayton on a KTM motorcycle leads with 183 points followed by Kyle Camilleri also on a KTM motorcycle with 152 points. In Third Position we find Edward Ciantar on a Kawasaki with 123 points. Class B Gozo Riders dominated this Class. Mario Cauchi on a Honda motorcycle leads the Class B with 163 points and is followed by Etienne Bigeni on a Honda with 147 points. In third place we find Elvin  Debono riding a Kawasaki and has won 140 points.

Meanwhile on Sunday 13th March 2016 the Association organized the fourth Trials event. This was organized in Tal-Malghaq quarry in Qrendi. The day’s competitors were divided into two classes. In Class A great competition took place between four competitors where Damon Bonello on Gas Gas dominated this class by winning the Class A and finishing with only 8 penalty points. Damon was followed in second place by Joseph Scicluna on a Gas Gas who closed the day with 20 penalty points. Third place was won by Rowen Bonello on a Beta but with 26 points of penalty.

In Class B saw the Ian Scicluna on a Beta dominating this class and ended the day by winning his class with only 16 penalty points. Scicluna was followed by Manuel Camilleri on a Gas Gas who closed the day with 39 penalty points. Next event will be published soon.

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