Luke Clout returned to Australia following his first full season in America to prepare for the Australian Supercross Championship, unfortunately due to the coronavirus schedules have changed and now Clout has turned his attention to the Australian Motocross Championship which is set to run later in the year. 

“It’s disappointing that Australia Supercross has been postponed but I am looking forward to racing again this weekend in preparation for the motocross championship” said Clout. 

Luke Clout had an amazing first season in America with Penrite Honda, he finished as high as fifth and led some of the world’s best supercross racers on his way to 8th overall.

“The experience was priceless, and I learnt a lot.  Leading some laps was something I will never forget. Everything I learnt will help and I can’t wait to get back behind the gate this weekend” continued Clout. 

Penrite Honda are committed to the East Coast Motocross Championship which starts this weekend in Maitland.  Team director Yarrive Konksy believes racing locally will help Luke prepare for the Australian Motocross Championships.

“Clout hasn’t raced motocross since August last year and he hasn’t raced a 450 since last November. This will give him and the team an opportunity to better prepare for the Australian MX Championship, we also can’t forget that grass roots racing is where we all started and this gives Honda and Australian oil company Penrite a chance to connect with riders of all calibres and with the clubs that are the back bone of our sport” said Konsky.

Luke Clout will also appear on the up and coming episode of Chanel 10’s RPM. The episode was filmed at the MXDOME in Sydney which is the first ever indoor motorcycle facility in Australia. 

East MX Championship 

12-13 September – Maitland

10-11 October – Nowra

14-15 November – Wollongong

For more information contact the team: [email protected]


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