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SR75 SUZUKI'S OLDFIELD SCORES

SR75 SUZUKI'S OLDFIELD SCORES THREE WINS AT CUSSES GORSE

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SR75 Suzuki's Luke Oldfield was on fine form last weekend, taking three wins from four motos aboard his RM-Z450 at Cusses Gorse for round five of the UK MX Nationals.

Oldfield won both of Saturday's races, before a tricky opener to Sunday's action saw him take the chequered flag in fifth. He returned to winning ways for the final race of the weekend, making it a hat-trick of victories.

He said after the weekend, "I am beyond happy. To take another overall win is great and also to halve the points gap to the series-leader is brilliant. I cannot wait for the finale at Foxhills and I hope I can put pressure on the championship leader and push for the Elite Clubman title. Thanks to the SR75 Suzuki team, sponsors, and my family."

Meanwhile, Charles LeFrancois was in action in France at the Lunel Supercross event. Up against the best racers in Europe he carded sixth and fifth from the two SX1 finals.

Saving himself for the main Superfinal, a first turn melee hindered his chances of a podium, but he came through the pack with impressive speed to recover to fifth, passing former world and AMA champion Christophe Pourcel before taking the flag.

He said, "I was excited to get back to racing after the La Tremblade Supercross podium and this race at Lunel is a great atmosphere and always a great test as I come to race the guys from the south of France on their home track.

"I like this challenge and it is great to make some solid result for the team and the crazy race fans here. Thanks to everyone involved and I cannot wait for the next SX Tour event in two weeks."