The final round of Copper City Dirt Track Tri Series was held on Saturday night under lights at the Cobar Auto Club.
Several young riders made their debut and used the skills they have gained from coaching sessions conducted by the club.
A large field of young Nippers, who aren’t scored, entertained the crowd and gained some confidence over the three rounds.
Trophies were presented to round three winners and also the series winners.
Bayley Bruce won the Cobar Central Motor Inn High Power 50CC class followed by Zaiden Saunders and Mackenzie Eves.
Gilgandra rider Blake Fairey took out the Samuel Baker Electrical Solutions 65CC class closely followed by Bella Fullagar and Molly Fairey.
The Broughton Field Services Junior Lites class was won by Aiden Porter who consistently competed in all three rounds.
Sam Piper and Will Ambrose shared the Urquhart Haulage 12-15yrs 85CC class win and Westin Collins picked up the Cobar Signs 9-11 85CC class prize by a whisker from Kaeleb Saunders in second place and Jordan Bruce was third.
Celeste Collins and Bianca Walsh had a friendly battle in the Brush Stop Hairdressing sponsored Ladies Event, with Bianca having to present the trophy to Celeste.
The pair have put out the challenge to any other ladies who would like to race to join them at the next event.
Logan Coombes from Broken Hill took out the hotly contested Peak Gold Mines Senior Opens and JnB All Power classes.
Joel Mawhinney and Joel Parisi placed second and third in the Opens and Raymond White took out second place in the All Powers class. White won the PJL Senior Lites class with some very consistent riding followed by Mawhinney and Tom Smith.
Lawrence Fairey took the Cynend Over 35 Greybeard trophy home to Gilgandra after a very close battle with Joel Parisi in Round 2.
The club is planning to run a similar series for motocross and will continue with more coaching and practice days.—contributed