Final preparations are underway for the last round of the WoW MX Series, which concludes this weekend at another comparitively new venue - Warwick.
The venue, 130 kilometres south-west of Brsbane, is likened to MX Nationals venue Murray Bridge when both are well prepped, with a loamy top and a hard base.
Looking forward to the finale, Series Coordinator Mel Stagg is pleased with the way the brand-new WoW championship has unfolded, as it has (so far) showcased women's talent across rounds at QMP and Goondiwindi.
"The numbers are shaping up nicely, ahead of where we were last time round," said Stagg. "It's been great to see the girls who've come to every one, and some who've only ridden a single round. Every point really counts now that the end is in sight, so the girls grades are really exciting.
"Warwick will have food and a coffee van as well as camping for $10 - but bring your ugg boots, because it's going to be cold!"
Multiple Australian Dirt Track Champion Briony Hendrickson leads the WoW series A grade classification, having won both rounds to date.
"Briony is on fire in A-grade, and she's just such a pro the way she engages the audience on the podium. We're also excited to have Tarryn Cox back for this round as well. Really looking forward to it."
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