PERTH rider Phil Colquhoun walked away from a crash in the 600cc and unlimited class one-hour race on the final day of the Tasmanian Motorcycle Club's two-day season-opener at Symmons Plains yesterday.
Colquhoun had a wild ride into the hairpin bend after a mechanical failure caused his brakes to fail approaching the corner.
He was later transported to hospital for a check-up.
Devonport rider Brad Wootton continued his successful weekend taking home the one-hour ironman single rider title.
Wootton followed his success in Saturday's race with another victory in the second race yesterday in the 600cc and unlimited class.
Ulverstone's Kurt Sushames finished second with Flowerdale rider Rob Morton third.
The one-hour pairs title went to Hobart's Mark Delanty and Prospect's Jason Spencer.
Wootton also won the unlimited round from Morton and Sushames, with Spencer successful in the 600cc from Hobart pair Boyd Witzernan and Mark De Jong.
The winner of the up to 500cc class half-hour races was Victorian Tim Podt from fellow Victorian Paul Cassingham and Queenslander Clint Clarke.
The historic class half-hour title went to Hobart's Chris Price from Westbury's Peter Booth and Legana's Paul Smith.
About 60 riders contested the weekend's racing, including 12 from interstate.