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Mason aims to qualify
Photo by Dave Payne
Thu 03 Dec 2015 by Comets Press Office
Comets asset Mason Campton will be aiming for a top 4 finish in this weekend's Queensland Solo Speedway Championship.
The young Australian is looking to return to the UK in 2016 following an enforced year away after his working visa was cancelled along with many others last winter. The criteria to obtain a visa states that a rider must have a Premier League average of over 7.00 or finish in the top 4 of an Australian State Championship.

Campton will race in his home state of New South Wales next weekend but before that will travel to Rockhampton in Queensland aiming to secure a podium place. The competition will be tough as many riders are in the same position and the Queensland field includes experienced Premier League riders Kozza Smith and Tyson Nelson, rising stars such as Jake Allen and Matthew Day and the defending champion and 2014 Comets number 1 Josh Grajczonek.

Next weekend in the New South Wales Championship, which is being contested in on a brand new indoor circuit, the field has not been confirmed yet but the seeded riders include Premier League stars Sam Masters, Rohan Tungate, Brady Kurtz and Jack Holder.
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Last Updated :  Thu 03 Dec 2015, 10:19 UK
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