A bumper crowd of at least 8,000 saw Australian Supercross riders Jay Marmont and Troy Carroll dominate their respective classes in Round Two of the 2003 Australian Supercross Championship at Avalon Speedway near Geelong last night.

First-time Supercross Promoter, Full Throttle Sports, ensured the event was a success, with plenty of entertainment for the crowd and an excellent Supercross track with challenging jumps and turns. Rain clouds stayed away, though a chilly breeze that sprung up as the night wore on ensured jackets and jumpers were well utilised.

In the 125cc class, Troy Carroll continued his form from Round 1 completely blitzing the opposition all night. Daniel McCoy took second overall while Jye Harvey managed to finish ahead of Mitchell Hoad for third overall.

In the final lap of the last 250cc Open race, Jay Marmont gave the crowd something to talk about on the way home with a spectacular, mid-air cart wheeling fall which would have made even the most skilled gymnast nervous. Fortunately, Marmont picked himself up and finished the race much to the crowd's delight, thoroughly earning his Round 2 win after missing out on first place by the barest of margins in Round 1.

Geelong's Troy Dorron was cheered on by the crowd all night and ended up second with Lee Hogan in third. Unfortunately Shane Metcalfe, winner of Round 1 at Gosford, had a fall earlier in the night and did not take part in the final race.

Results - Australian Supercross Champion: Avalon (round two):

125cc:
1st Troy Carroll 1-1-1
2nd Daniel McCoy 3-3-2
3rd Jye Harvey 2-8-3

Open class:
1st Jay Marmont 1-1-2
2nd Troy Dorron 2-2-1
3rd Lee Hogan