Scott Keegan has put Kawasaki back on the podium for round 3 and 4 was here in Dungog, New South Wales. Under a glittering sky and rolling atop pristine conditions, riders rode three laps each of the Cross Test and Off-Road Advantage Enduro Test.

With arguably the strongest competitive field in the Championship, Round 4 served another day of tumultuous racing with Kawasaki rider Lachlan finishing 6th on both days. These two day Enduro racing events challenge the mind and body with 11 hours of riding but in his own words, it was a blast!

My goal is to podium and one day represent Australia at the 2019 FIM International Six Days Enduro.
“Now that we have a break until the 21st of July, I have some time to work on my speed and my fitness so we can come into Round 5 & 6 and build on better results .”

2019 AORC Round 3 and 4 E1  Results
1. Luke STYKE
2. Fraser HIGLETT )
3. Michael DRISCOLL
6. Lachlan ALLAN (Kawasaki Castrol Racing Team)

Kawasaki Castrol factory racing rider Scott Keegan coming in third on Saturday and fifth on Sunday after a small spill he lost 30 seconds and clawed his way back to within 10 seconds of third place again .

"The Kawasaki Castrol racing team have given me a great bike which made the weekend a lot of fun, I'm looking forward to next couple of month training and dialing in bike to chase better results at the rest of the AORC events." With a wealth of experience behind him and strong brand and team, Scott couldn’t be happier with his results after breaking his foot preseason with limited his bike time to when fully fit to just a few hours. “A few mistakes cost me a third place on Sunday but I felt great on the bike and pushed my way back to fifth which I'm happy enough with .

2019 AORC Round 3 and 4 E2  Results
1. Daniel MILNER
2. Joshua GREEN
5. Scott KEEGAN (Kawasaki Castrol Racing Team)


“Saturday and Sunday were good days for Matt Murry ! I came out of Saturday and Sunday feeling positive, so I wanted to push myself to see how for up the order I could get and I'm stoked with 4th place on both days. I have always raced 2 stoke so to switch to 4 stroke this year with Kawasaki team was going to have its challenges, so it thought. I took the bike straight away and the 4th places are my best AORC results so far, so I'm super happy and the bikes handling is unreal."

“The Enduro tests were great. I just had to keep hitting my lines and staying smooth, I was really happy with how I went. There were a lot of positives over the weekend , but I still have to keep working hard before Kyogle. It was an awesome weekend at Dungog and was one of the AORC events I have done."

2019 AORC Round 3 and 4 E3
1. Daniel SANDERS
3. Andrew WILKSCH
4. Matt MURRY (Kawasaki Castrol Racing Team)

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