Honda Previews Broadford MX
No Fear Honda – MX Broadford Rd 1 Preview Fact Sheet
No Fear Honda – Pre Event Fact Sheet
Team: No Fear Honda (factory off road team)
Event: National Motocross Championships (Round 1)
Where: Broadford, VIC
When: Sunday, April 15; Gates open 7 am. Practise commences 9 am
Fine: Min 14, Max 23
- This is the second year running since 2000 that a round of the National Motocross Championships has been held at the Broadford State Motorcycle Sports Complex.
- 40 riders are entered to contest round one of the national championships in the Pro Open class.
Training & Fitness Updates
All No Fear Honda riders including defending champion Craig Anderson, last year's third place getter Cody Cooper and new recruit Kade Mosig are fully fit, and have spent the last few weeks training and riding in preparation for the first round.
Rider Information & Statistics
- Last year at Broadford, Cody Cooper qualified in pole position and won moto one by 18. 3 seconds. He also clocked the quickest lap, 1.6 seconds faster than any other rider in the field. Cooper took the overall win for the day, giving him his first round win of the season.
- After an impressive ride at Broadford last year, Anderson finished up the round with a championship lead of 25 points.
Combined Pro Open stats for 2006 out of 10 rounds/20 races (Ando did not race in the final round as he had already won the Open division)
- Moto Wins: 9
- Round Wins: 5
- Pole Positions: 7
Craig Anderson – "We've done a lot more testing this year than last so I'm feeling 100% ready for the opening round. The set up on the new CRF450 is excellent, and my physical training has been awesome lately. I can't wait. I'm really motivated and keen to get it done!"
Cody Cooper – "I'm ready to go for sure. My momentum got stronger and stronger with each round last year, and getting some better results in Supercross this year was a boost as well. I plan to come out strong, to get those pole positions again, but to win more races too."
Kade Mosig: "I finished inside the top 10 last year in Lites, and know I can do the same in the Open class. Racing the bigger bike in the Supercross titles earlier this year gave me some great experience and I'm very comfortable on the bike now."
Pip Harrison (Team Manager) – "We have been getting some of our best lap times ever in testing which is really inspiring for everyone. We've also gone to a lot more tracks in preparation. No Fear Honda and Ando are the defending champions so, of course, we are all feeling the pressure already. But we are in a better position for the start of a season than I think we've ever been before."