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Lexus Blackburn Bay Crits 2020: Race 3, Williamstown – preview (women)

The women's race was strung out early on during day 3 of the 2019 Bay Crits in Williamstown
The women's race was strung out early on during day 3 of the 2019 Bay Crits in Williamstown (Image credit: Con Chronis)

It was a day of success for the Roxsolt Attaquer team in Williamstown at the 2019 Lexus Blackburn Bay Crits, where Australia's Peta Mullens won the race – ahead of Natalie Redmond and Romy Kasper – while Mullens' Italian teammate Valentina Scandolara did enough with her fourth place on the final day to take the overall series win from overnight leader Chloe Hosking.

The almost perfectly square, 930m-long 'circuit' is fast, and provides a fitting finale to the three-race Bay Crits series. Mullens must surely fancy her chances here once more.

Following the first two races in Geelong, the third and final round of the Bay Crits takes place in Williamstown, close to Melbourne

Following the first two races in Geelong, the third and final round of the Bay Crits takes place in Williamstown, close to Melbourne (Image credit: Lexus Blackburn Bay Crits)

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