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Mason busy in Oz
Photo by Dave Payne
Tue 18 Dec 2012 by Press Office
New Bikes for new season
Trying to qualify for National Championship
U-21 Championship at his home track
Mason Campton is having a very busy time back home in Australia as he looks forward to next season with the Comets
He is in constant contact with the Comets management with updates and is very excited about riding for the Comets next season.

He has new bikes being delivered this week ready and will have a first practice on them tomorrow. Then has a team meeting in Brisbane on Saturday.

After that on Boxing Day he is riding at his home track in a meeting organised for all the Aussies that ride in the UK, so that could be a very competitive and interesting meeting at Kurri Kurri, a track created and owned by Masons' father Peter. Hopefully home advantage will see Mason do well!

Then early in the New Year he will be hoping to qualify for the Australian Championships, if successful that will see him ride in 3 rounds of that championship (5th Gilman, 9th Undera and 12th at Kurri Kurri). The qualifying round is at Gilman on Friday 4th January.

Finally he will then be competing in the Australian U-21 championship on 19th January at his home track.

Meanwhile the Comets management are working on his work permit and certificate of sponsorship back here in the UK to ensure everything ready for new season when it looks like Mason will arrive well in tune for the start of his second season in the UK.
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