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Toby Lewis was awarded the 2015 outright SART Series Champion on the night. The Kessner KTM rider, on a KTM EXC 450, returned from injury and was fit enough to start off the season with a win in the first round, he then claimed 2 more wins and looked to be unbeaten until round 4, the ‘Swann Insurance 24hour’, where last years series and 24hour winner Todd Barry returned to claim back to back wins in the event breaking Toby’s winning spree. Toby continued his dominance for the remaining 3 rounds to win 6 of the 7 events with a 184 point series winning result.
Taking second place is a familiar role for the Yamaha WR450F mounted Rowan Pumpa, once again denied a Championship claim for yet another season. Rowan chased the series leader in all the rounds for a second year, finishing on 156 points.
Returning from a 5 year break in Reliability Trials, Luke Stevenson was lurking in the background accumulating 126 points to finish in third place.
After placing runners up in the 2014 season Malcolm Rasmus and Nathan Saegenschnitter put in another constant season on their EML KTM 654, building up enough points to secure the title of 2015 Champions in the sidecar category. Completing 6 of the seven rounds with good results in each round, they finished on 140 points, 33 points ahead of their nearest rival. Their only DNF for the season being round 4 the ‘Swann Insurance 24hour’.
Moving up the ranks is Russell Bailey and Greg Greenham, they deservedly claimed second place on 107 points.
Colin Simpson and Ashley Ball were mounted on a new machine this year which showed in their results, they accumulated 95 points to finish third.
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