SCT Logistics and Polyflor have taken title rights to Honda Racing’s Factory Women’s team at the final round of the Australian Motocross Championship.

Emma Milesevic heads into the final round, set to be run this weekend, tied for first. The hard charging female champion will leave nothing on the table as she chases the 2023 crown. Racing with backing from Australia’s leading logistics company, SCT, Emma hopes she can end the season in fine form. The SKDA graphics resemble the unique ross white design found on the CRF50R and CRF110R.

“It has been a challenge this year,” Milesevic said. “I have made some small mistakes that have been costly, but I have not given up – the competition is fierce. I will battle until the final flag waves.”

SCT has been logistically instrumental in getting Honda Racing to the track. The Smith family have been very supportive of women in motorsport through Honda Racing and, according to Emma, both Glenn and Geoff raced her auntie, Olivia.

“I appreciate the support that we have received this year from all of the team’s partners,” Milesevic continues. “It is great to see so many companies supporting women in motorsport. The Smith family has been very supportive of women in racing, and I am proud to fly their colors this weekend. In fact, Glenn and Geoff raced my auntie when they were in junior motocross racing.”

Tahlia O’Hare will compete on the second Factory Honda CRF250R. Tahlia had her best finish in the penultimate round last weekend, taking second. O’Hare is chasing third in the championship and likes the sandy conditions of Coolum. Tahlia will represent team partner Polyflor this weekend and her SKDA graphics resemble the special edition teal colorway that you can find on Honda’s CRF50R and CRF110R.

“Sand is something I prefer,” said O’Hare. “Coming from WA, I am more comfortable on sand. I am only a few points from third and I will do everything that I can to get on the podium overall. I am also really pleased with my graphics this weekend. It is cool to represent our sponsors and Honda’s teal white colorways.”


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