Henry (Rilusi Suzuki 1000 & Ducati owner) claimed
back-to-back WA superbike titles after winning all
three races in the final round at Barbagallo
task was made easier after Cameron Keevers was
forced to withdraw when he crashed and suffered
concussion after he hit a galah during practice.
Henry put on a dominant display, with victory
margins of five, four and three seconds in the
and claimed the title with 303
points, 49 clear of Ben Stronach.
Cameron Stronach (Wattsy’s Bridgestone Motorsport
Yamaha R1) claimed two hard-fought second places,
while brother Ben (Drilling & Grouting Ducati 1098)
claimed two thirds and a fourth.
Jamie Boland (Weld West Honda 1000) claimed a second
and a third and finished the championships in
place overall (233).
Kevin Boulton (NRW Suzuki 1000) claimed his
fifth-straight win to claim the SteelBlue ‘B’ Grade
before he announced his retirement.
Lubomir Safranek (L & A Tiling Honda 1000) and
Andrew Schrape (Industrial People Kawasaki 1000)
claimed the minor places. Ralph Mammoliti (Causeway
Kawasaki 6000) won the Trakdayz Supersport
Championship, while Mason Coote (Hog’s Breath Cafe
Joondalup Honda 600) was the Superstock Series
Next on the calendar is the 2010 Kings of Wanneroo,
to be held on Sunday, November 21, at Barbagallo.
Guest riders include international Jeremy
McWilliams, WA’s current Australian Superbike
leader Bryan Staring, Motologic Ducati
rider Jamie Stauffer and brother Daniel Stauffer.