Boost Mobile Honda rider Jed Beaton is out to win the final round – that remains his primary focus. Kyle Webster, the second CRF450R athlete, is equally focused on the team’s objectives. Anything less than a win or podium will be considered a disappointment.

In Beaton’s first season with Honda, he has managed round and race wins in addition to multiple podiums. The deficit to first place is just fifteen points and he is gunning for the top spot.

“I am certainly not happy with where I am, but I need to take the many positives from our first full season together,” Beaton reflected.

“It has been my first full season on a 450F and with Honda. I do not want to be in second – I am going for it this weekend. I am focused on first and nothing else.” Beaton concluded.

Beaton’s teammate, Kyle Webster, is frustrated by his season and wants to finish strong.

“What is there to say? Crashes and struggles at various rounds have hindered my overall position,” Webster said.

“I know I have speed to win – I need to remain positive. We will do everything that we can to finish strong.” Webster concluded.

Wilson Todd continues to sit atop the MX2 championship standings; he is well versed in racing for titles and knows anything can happen. Todd will not leave anything to chance.

“We have a decent advantage, and I will do what I can to wrap things up in the first moto,” Todd affirmed.

“However, I will not chance it and am well aware of our situation. My Terrafirma Equipment Sales Honda has been solid all year – I believe in the team and bike.”

Polyflor Honda’s Brodie Connolly sits in third overall in first full season in Australia and has one goal: Finish on the podium in the final round and championship standings.

“I want to be on the podium this weekend and overall,” Connolly proclaimed. “The first goal is to be on the podium in the final standings. I will not be jeopardizing that. If I can get another podium this weekend, it will be a bonus.” concluded Connolly.


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