When MX pyjamas attack. Reigning champ Jared Mees in practice wearing the new Troy Lee crossing lady outfit. It didn't slow him down, he still came in third in the first night's action. His traditional adversaries, Jake Johnson and Sammy Halbert, were 7th and injured, respectively.
Mikey Rush, in qualifying, he won the first night's race.
Briar Bauman hanging it out. He made the main, but had difficulties and came in last.
Sam Lowe (not the World Supersport one), on the Chip Chism Honda, didn't progress through from the semis.
Jake Johnson - MX gear, MX lid, goggles, front mudguard...
John Wood: Leathers, Freddie Spencer rep full-face, no front mudguard (and just missed out on the main)
Jethro Halbert, tenth in the main. His brother Sammy was there, hoping to race after an off-season cruciate ligament operation, but it seems he wasn't fit enough.
Bryan Smith, always more of a threat on the twins, came 17th in the first evening's main.
Ion Stear, styling, but didn't make the main in this cutthroat field (thanks Stu).
The track looked perfect.
44, Brandon Robinson, would get past #5 Johnson, for fifth place.
#17 Henry Wiles, (still on a Kawasaki, not a Honda as the results say - see comments), fourth in the final.
Brad Baker, #12, would lead most of the evening, but Mikey Rush mugged him for the win. Look at Rush in attack mode; crossed-up, front wheel off the deck.