Jason Anderson (Rockstar Energy Husqvarna) took the win at the 2018 AUS-X Open in Sydney, Australia, November 10.
In the three-race format inside the Qudos Bank Arena, the 2018 AMA Monster Energy Supercross Champion won all three of them to secure the overall win. He got out in front early in the first race, and then pulled away for the win.
Justin Brayton (Honda) ended up finishing second and Dean Wilson (Husqvarna) third.
In the second moto, Anderson battled Wilson for much of the race before breaking free and taking win number two on the night. Wilson ended up third in the race, with Dan Reardon (Yamaha) taking second.
Anderson dominated the third and final race by taking the holeshot and riding off with the win and the overall victory.
Wilson took second in the race and second overall.
Reardon, third in the final moto, ended up third overall after going 4-2-3.
Fourth overall went to Brayton (2-6-5).
Aussie Chad Reed competed and finished out the night fifth overall with 7-4-6 placings.
“Getting a win here in Sydney is exactly what I wanted,” Anderson said. “I’ve been training hard and it has started paying off. The fans here at the AUS-X Open are chill and it made for a good night of racing. I always look forward to being in Sydney and hope to be back in the years to come.”
Brayton came away as the SX1 Australian Supercross Champion. The AUS-X Open closed out the five-round championship.
In the SX2 class, Cameron McAdoo came away with the night’s win after going 2-2-2.
Jay Wilson took the SX2 championship.
- Jason Anderson (Hus)
- Dean Wilson (Hus)
- Dan Reardon (Yam)
- Justin Brayton (Hon)
- Chad Reed (Suz)
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