Jodie rides to first victory and four second places

PUBLISHED: 09:10 30 June 2017

Jodie Fieldhouse.

Jodie Fieldhouse.

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Motor cycling star Jodie Fieldhouse registered her first victory in the Thundersport Superteens Championship held at Mallory Park.

Motor cycling star Jodie Fieldhouse enjoyed an excellent result in the latest round of the Thundersport Superteens Championship at Mallory Park.

After suffering issues with the new bike, a rebuild and some major changes worked wonders for round five of the championship.

Out of four races, Jodie won one and finished second in the other three, all within a bike length of the winner. Jodie was also chosen as rider of the day and returned home with five trophies.

Jodie stepped onto the winner’s podium for the first time at Thundersport to celebrate her 18th birthday. Running number 18 on her bike must also have been a good omen and she was also the first-ever girl to race an Aprilia RRV450r.

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