American Justin Brayton stretched his points lead in the Australian Supercross Championship with a third consecutive win to start the season at Round 3 of the championship in Adelaide, South Australia.
Brayton now holds an 18-point lead over Dean Ferris at the midway point in the series.
The former BTOSports.com KTM rider topped the charts in qualifying over the weekend, but had to regroup in the main event after finishing sixth in his heat race. He claimed the SX1 holeshot and led all 20 laps en route to the victory.
Defending SX1 Champion Dan Reardon finished second ahead of American Kyle Peters, who finished on the podium for the first time in his career.
Former Monster Energy Kawasaki rider Wil Hahn finished fourth. American privateer Adam Enticknap finished 10th.
Despite entering the weekend with a knee injury, Hayden Mellross extended his points lead in SX2 to 10 after his first victory of the season. American Gavin Faith finished second ahead of Wade Hunter.
Defending SX2 Champion Jimmy Decotis is out for the remainder of the series after suffering a concussion at Round 2.
Round 4 of the championship takes place this Friday.
Australian Supercross Championship
Round 3 - Adelaide, South Australia
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