Murray Bridge marks the opening round of the 3-round ATV championship run in conjunction with the Monster Energy MX Nationals.

Paul Worth returns to ATV racing after a forced 2 year hiatus through injury. The multiple QLD ATV State Title winner is excited to return to the highest level of ATV racing in Australia saying, “I just can’t wait to get out there and race. I’ve certainly missed the thrill of competing. I’ve been training vigorously and feel great. The Kawasaki is performing superbly so I can’t wait to get out there and see how I fare on the National stage again.”

Paul will be joined on track by long-time team mate and friend Todd O’Leary. Todd say’s, “I feel fit and strong so I’m looking forward to the weekend. Worthy’s a bit quicker than me at the moment so if I can stick pretty close to him for the duration of the motos I’ll be happy. The KFX450R is such a great platform for racing ATVs and we’re thrilled that Kawasaki continue to support us.”

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The Hardiman Kawasaki ATV Race Team will be gunning for a podium at the ATV opener at Murray Bridge this weekend alongside Monster Energy Kawasaki MX Race Team riders Jay Marmont and Adam Monea who will be competing in the MX1 class on board KX450Fs.

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