Empire Motorsports are well prepared and ready to take on this weekend’s double-header round at Ranch MX NSW

Deakin Hellier is coming into this weekend with a clear headspace and excited to be back racing, after missing round six in Conondale due to having surgery on his hand during the mid-season break.

“I’m coming into this weekend with a clear positive mind, I want to focus on riding smooth and as efficient as I can. I’m not putting to much pressure on myself nor have expectations coming into this weekend, I’m not sure how my hand will go fatigue wise but who knows I could surprise myself” Explained Hellier

“I’m super keen to try out this new nationals race format, change is always good and I particularly like races that test your endurance and intensity. I can’t wait to battle it out at Ranch MX its a really  fun challenging track”. Finished Hellier

Cody Dyce is caring his top 10 confidence from Conondale in this weekends double header.

I have been able to get a lot of hours on the bike in the past two weeks and am really looking forward to this weekend especially being a double header, I haven’t ridden the track, however I have heard a lot of really good things and that it is a really cool fun track to ride with some sick jumps.” Said Dyce

I’m hoping to keep improving my results like I have been over the past few rounds. The new format this weekend is a lot different to usual but I’m interested to see how it goes and am ready to get out there and give it my all” explained Dyce

To see how the boys go this weekend at rounds seven and eight of the Pirelli MX Nationals watch them live or on demand via www.nrgtv.com.au

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