Race Report - Mitch Wayt #16A wins 2016 QPWC Redcliffe Cup Round 1

On November 6th 2016, the reigning Australian Champion Mitch Wayt #16A, won the first round of the Redcliffe Cup in the Pro-Stock Class against some of Australia's best riders. 

A new track layout featuring a half-course split, attracted a strong attendance of 70 competitors for the 1st round of the Redcliffe Cup.

#16 Wayt took to the water on his 2016 FZR SVHO in the Stock Runabout Closed-Circuit Pro-Class. #16 Wayt started off the day on the back foot, with a solid 3rd place in the first moto.
However, #16 Wayt was able to recover, bouncing back in moto 2 to claim the win after an impressive start. Moto 3 was equally impressive with a blistering start and some fast laps to hold off the quick competition to claim enough points overall to win the class.

  • Pro-Stock Class Runabout Closed-Circuit - 3rd | 1st | 1st = 1st overall

Yamaha Motor Australia would like to congratulate Mitch Wayt #16 on his impressive Round #1 win at the 2016 QPWC Redcliffe Cup. 
YMA would also like to thank the Volunteers, QPWC Club Members and Racers for their time at the Queensland State Titles. 

Mitch Wayt #16 Race Results: QPWC Redcliffe Cup - 06/11/2016        
Race Class Type Moto 1 Result Moto 2 Result Moto 3 Result Overall Result
Pro-Stock Class Runabout - Closed Circuit 3rd 1st 1st 1st

Mitch Wayt's FZR SVHO is jointly tuned by Gold Coast WaveRunners and Worx Racing.

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