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Jay Marmont got his 2013 Australian Supercross Championship campaign off to a solid start with a 3rd place finish at the series opener in very hot and humid conditions. However a tough start in Sunday’s round 2 race of the double header weekend meant that Marmont couldn’t finish any better than 6th in that race/round.

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Jay Marmont’s 3rd and 6th place finishes for the two opening rounds leaves him in 4th place in the championship, jst 1 point shy of the top 3 with another 4 rounds left to race.

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Jay Marmont say’s “Man it was hot! I had a good start to the series in race one however I had a bad start in Sunday’s round 2 and got stuck in a bottleneck in the first turn and couldn’t do any better than 6th. The KX is working really well but I definitely need to get better starts at the next round. It was a solid start to the series and we can build some momentum from here. I’m looking forward to a cooler round 2.”

Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Adam Monea was forced to sit out the double-header due to injury.

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The 3rd round of the 2013 Australian Supercross Championship takes place in Mt. Gambier, SA on the 12th October.

SX-Open 450 Round 1:

  1. Matt Moss – Suzuki
  2. Jake Moss – Suzuki
  3. JAY MARMONT – MONSTER ENERGY KAWASAKI 
  4. Josh Hill – Suzuki
  5. Lawson Bopping – Yamaha
  6. Daniel McCoy – KTM
  7. Weston Peick – Honda
  8. Kirk Gibbs – KTM
  9. Kade Mosig – Yamaha
  10. Sam Martin - Suzuki

SX-Open 450 Round 2:

  1. Matt Moss – Suzuki
  2. Weston Peick – Honda
  3. Jake Moss – Suzuki
  4. Kirk Gibbs – KTM
  5. Daniel McCoy – KTM
  6. JAY MARMONT – MONSTER ENERGY KAWASAKI 
  7. Kade Mosig – Yamaha
  8. Josh Hill – Suzuki
  9. Lawson Bopping – Yamaha
  10. Tim Vare - Honda

Australian Supercross Championship – Overall Standings

1.Matt Moss – Suzuki 50

2. Jake Moss – Suzuki 42

3. Weston Peick – Honda 36

4. JAY MARMONT – MONSTER ENERGY KAWASAKI 45

5. Kirk Gibbs – KTM 31

6. Daniel McCoy – KTM 31

7. Josh Hill – Suzuki 31

8. Lawson Bopping – Yamaha 28

9. Kade Mosig – Yamaha 26

10. Tim Vare – Honda 21

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