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    AMCC Race Series Wrap Up at Hampton Downs

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    Conditions at HD can be fickle, but on Sunday they had an extra level of difficulty, we started the morning with cold but dry conditions, which meant the team where excited for some fast laps later in the day. But then the heavens opened up after one race, which lead to “rain, no rain….repeat”, so “wheels out, wheels in… repeat” for the rest of the afternoon. The first of the 3 races for the 300’s was dry (just), Cameron Leslie KTM RC390, got away well as he demonstrated his improving starts.. we had talked about his race plan ahead of the race and he executed it well, dicing with the other leaders for several laps to test the track grip levels (dry and 37’ surface temp at time of green light), then on the “go for it” signal he passed for the lead… and was never headed, but just as he gapped the lead group the rain started an he bought the bike and himself across the line for a convincing win. Haydn Fordyce on the 2021 KTM RC390, ran a very solid race after being boxed in at the start, recovering well he finished just off the podium…. But more was to come! Rain and more rain for the next two races for the KTM 300ss class, however, the surprise of the day was how fast our two KTM guys are in the wet! Cameron got away like a scolded cat, dicing with Hamish Simpson (the latter slipping off and hitting the rear tire of Cameron Leslie) for the lead, he was the winner by some margin, Haydn Fordyce continues to surprise us, chasing Tyler King the whole way to the line getting an incredible P2 place in very tricky conditions. For the last of the 300ss races it was much the same, except that this time Haydn was able to battle through to an amazing P2 placing in the wettest race of the day! Leslie & Fordyce: overall finishing P1 and P3 for KTM in the 300 Supersport Class. The day was long, the weather was awful then it was hot and sunny, then wet and windy.. they changed wheels endlessly, fueled bikes, cleaned and polished, repaired damage and smiled all the way along… cheering their boys on while standing in the rain, the crew really came together on Sunday, showing what they can do. We have some old faces and some new ones, but they all acted like professionals, and I’m looking forward to seeing them in action in the coming months! Overall the entire team, from the lad who does the fuel (Logan's little brother Cameron) to the guy on the top step, worked very well as a team and family, and the riders all learned that consistency pays, that being there at the end and letting the other riders feel the pressure first is the smart way to win a championship.  The team will now clean, repair, service and pack for the Suzuki Series/NZSBK championship starting in just under two weeks at the awesome Taupo circuit. So it's not the end, but just the beginning. See you all trackside!  Credit: Jack Clay

    Husqvarna Mobility presents updated FS 450 for 2025

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    NEW COMPONENTS AND TECHNICAL REFINEMENTS TAKE PURE SUPERMOTO PERFORMANCE TO A HIGHER LEVEL   Husqvarna Mobility is excited to reveal its stunning FS 450 for 2025. Enhanced with multiple revisions for the new model year, the highly capable short circuit racer continues to set the benchmark for pure supermoto performance. New WP XACT Closed Cartridge forks, radiator shrouds, smaller footrests, together with an updated frame and ergonomics, boost rideability and take the on-track experience to an unprecedented level. The FS 450 is the supermoto model of choice for all serious competitors. Assembled with competition focused components, the introduction of WP XACT Closed Cartridge front forks and a refined frame for 2025 combine to enhance the overall handling and balance of the agile machine, especially when approaching corners. Confidence when drifting into and out of every turn is also assured as the new, slightly smaller footrests reduce the risk of them scraping the asphalt. Further improvements include the refined ergonomics as new radiator shrouds and a 5 mm higher and wider seat profile – at its lowest point – ensure riders stay planted in position under hard acceleration. The final enhancement made to this popular supermoto machine are the Swedish-inspired graphics that create a fresh new look for 2025. The FS 450 retains its proven 450 cc SOHC 4-stroke engine for 2025. Producing a smooth and strong power delivery, the engine characteristics can be fine-tuned and personalised thanks to multiple electronic rider aids including Launch Control, Traction Control, a Quickshifter, and two engine maps. Each function can be easily activated or deactivated, even while riding, by using the handlebar-mounted Map Select Switch. Highlighting the build quality of the FS 450 is its long list of race-tested hardware. Alpina wheels are fitted with Metzeler Racetec SM K1 tyres with the front wheel featuring a 310 mm disc made by Braking. A Brembo clutch system delivers exceptional performance in combination with the Suter anti-hopping clutch while ProTaper handlebars and ODI grips add comfort and style to this high performance supermoto machine.   Technical highlights
    • New WP XACT 48 mm front forks with Closed Cartridge technology provide consistent damping performance
    • New radiator shrouds and graphics provide a fresh and progressive look
    • New footrests lower the risk of scraping on the track, and reduce weight 
    • Refined chromium molybdenum steel frame for enhanced flex and cornering agility
    • Updated die-cast aluminium swingarm improves durability of the chain slider
    • Slightly higher and wider seat enhances the rider triangle with a high-grip cover providing maximum control
    • SOHC engine providing class-leading performance and low weight 
    • Quickshifter provides seamless up-shifting
    • High-performance Brembo hydraulic clutch and brake systems
    • Aluminium-polyamide hybrid subframe construction provides specifically calculated rigidity and advanced durability
    • WP XACT rear shock features a CFD-optimised main piston and tool-free adjusters
    • Multifunctional Map Select Switch, which also activates the Quickshifter, Traction Control, Launch Control, and the choice of two engine maps
    • Premium-quality ProTaper handlebars and ODI grips
    • Electric starter powered by a lightweight Li-Ion 2.0 Ah battery
      Alongside the release of the 2025 FS 450 is a concise selection of competition-focused Technical Accessories. Every component allows riders to customise their machine in order to boost on-track performance, reduce weight, or improve durability. Riders can also compete in confidence with the Functional Apparel collection. The whole range is designed for maximum comfort, protection, and style using advanced manufacturing techniques to ensure unrestricted performance.

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