NSW Dirt Track Titles: Kurtis Tydd leads way with pro-450 win

FULL THROTTLE: The pro open final was a tightly contested affair.
FULL THROTTLE: The pro open final was a tightly contested affair.

Local riders have had excellent results at the state dirt track titles at Gunnedah – headed by Kurtis Tydd’s pro 450 win and second place in pro open.

Another local rider, Marty McNamara, finished third in pro 450 and won MX open.

Local rider Bailey Walker finished third in under-19.

Local rider Bailey Walker finished third in under-19.

Veteran Gunnedah rider Anthony Dall claimed the over 35cc title, while youngster Jake Whittaker won C-grade and Bailey Walker came third in under-19.

Darryl Woodhead and Shaun Fuller finished third in open sidecar and won support sidecar, while Andy Harrison partnered Newcastle driver Brett Pearce to victory in open sidecar.

Gunnedah's Anthony Dall won the over-35cc.

Gunnedah's Anthony Dall won the over-35cc.

Dall, Gunnedah Motorcycle Club president, said it was a “real good weekend”. 

“We had real big crowds out here,” he said.

He added that over 110 riders competed.

Kurtis Kidd and Marty McNamara finished first and third in pro 450.

Kurtis Kidd and Marty McNamara finished first and third in pro 450.

Local riders Darryl Woodhead and Shaun Fuller won the support sidecar title.

Local riders Darryl Woodhead and Shaun Fuller won the support sidecar title.