Reardon piloted his KX450F to the championship by extending his points lead out to 59 points in the Pro Open class and, with one fi nal round to go, has made KRT unbeatable in the title
A second and third place finish on the weekend was enough to seal the championship for Reardon, who fi nished runner-up in the title last year and has gone one better this season.
With the fi nal round at Coolum in Queensland next weekend, Reardon is preparing to finish his last Australian round in peak form before he makes his way to the US at the end of the
month to begin his dream of competing in the AMA.
“It is a fantastic result for Kawasaki and the great team of people around me to wrap up the 2007 championship with one round still to go,” said Reardon. “I can’t thank my family, personal sponsors and support crew enough for putting so much effort into making my dream of winning both the 2007 Australian Supercross and Motocross titles a reality.”
“My goal for 2007 was to win both titles before going overseas to race and we have achieved it. I can’t thank the guys at KRT and the team sponsors enough for their support over the years and for always giving me a fast, reliable bike to ride. Not once this year has my bike missed a beat in racing which is evidence that the product and team just work great.”
“Wrapping the championship up with one round still to go is an awesome effort by everyone involved in the team and we will be out there to continue our domination, whilst having a bit of fun, next weekend at Coolum. I really enjoy racing on that track and I intend on going out there and riding the fi nal round event with as much conviction as I have shown all season.”