LAUNCESTON Junior Motorcycle Club held its second meeting of the year on Sunday, with nearly 90 riders competing at its Low Head home track.
President Gerry Facchin said riders treated spectators to some very close and entertaining racing and some nail-biting finishes.
"In the 125/250 A-grade, the racing was no more closer than that between Mitchell Goss on a 250 Kawasaki and Jordan Lovick on an RMZ 250 Suzuki, where the racing was very fast and competitive," Facchin said.
"In the first round, Mitchell Goss got a flyer of a start when he got the holeshot into the first corner and continued to power away from the rest of the field.
"The second round saw Goss once again get a good start, but Lovick wasn't too far behind and managed to get the upper hand on Goss in that round after very close thrilling racing.
"The final round saw both competitors come within millimetres of each other but due to exceptional riding no contact was made by either rider and the spectators witnessed some truly memorable racing."
Lovick won the meeting with Goss coming in a close second, Facchin said.