HOTSAW HOTSHOT: Brad Delosa powers through during the second round of the Stihl Timbersports Australian Championship at Agfest in Tasmania. Brad holds the Australian record for the Hotsaw disclipine at 6.67 seconds.BRAD Delosa’s quest to be world champion again continues with the third qualifying round of theStihl Timbersports Australian Championship at theIpswich Supersprint in Queensland on July 23 and 24.
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Brad sits one point behind the Australian championship leader after two rounds and has his sights set on first place for the next round and the overall competition.

If he can come out on top after the five rounds he will make the cut as Australia’s individual representative at theStihl Timbersports World Championship held in Germany during November.

Brad said the competition is pretty close with only one point separating each of the top four spots which he said should makefor an interesting final round held at Bathurst’s Supercheap Auto 1000 in October.

Brad came second at Launceston’sAgfest in Mayand third in the first round at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide.

The second place in Tasmania was after recovering from abdominal muscle tear sustained during the Royal Easter Show

“I was happy with the performance in Tasmania considering the preparation leading up to it.

“Five weeks of physio and rehab left only two weeks to get ready.”

Brad has been captain of the Australian team who have been world championsfor the last two years and won an individual Stihl Timbersportsworld championship in 2013.

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