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It was Luke Styke with the holeshot, but he was quickly passed by fastest qualifier Kade Mosig. Like a thief in the night, Ashkenazie once again materialised in third place, followed by Luke Clout, Scott Columb, Ryan Marmont and Geran Stapleton. Ashkan soon found himself swamped, with Clout putting a mad pass on the veteran, only to be followed by Columb and Marmont on the same lap and have Stapleton all over his back wheel!
Mosig would end up leading from gate to chequers, holding a consistent, but comfortable lead from Styke. Clout ran a strong third, about another five seconds back. Marmont and Stapleton filled fourth and fifth respectively.
Heat 2 - Top 5 1 Kade Mosig 2 Luke Styke 3 Luke Clout 4 Ryan Marmont 5 Garen Stapleton
Styke took the holeshot again, with Willis in second and Marmont in third. Almost surprisingly, Faith missed the holeshot, but by the first couple of corners he was running fourth, closely followed by Columb. Willis was riding well, but once Faith got close enough he put on a really aggressive block pass that resulted in too much contact. Willis was thrown from his bike and at one point looked like a freestyler in the ruler position. There was a collective sigh of relief when he got back to his feet. Although he would remount, it took a lap to get started and any chance of salvaging a decent result was dead and buried. He would finish the heat in an unhappy twelfth position.
By the fourth lap, Faith was all over the back of Marmont and applying serious pressure. The KTM rider did his best to hold off the assault, but eventually lost his second position on the final lap. With another block pass about to occur, Marmont moved high to avoid contact, which was all Faith needed to make his move. With no time left for Faith to catch up, Styke took a solid win from Faith, with Marmont holding down third.
Heat 3 - Top 5 1 Luke Styke 2 Gavin Faith 3 Ryan Marmont 4 Scott Coloumb 5 Mitchel Norris
The holeshot went by in a blur of bikes, which was overshadowed by the mammoth pile-up in the second corner. There were riders down all over the place, with bikes piled on top of bikes. Stapleton managed to avoid the scene and came out in front of a pack of three other privateers (Lucas, Sutherland and Potter). Luke Clout couldn’t get restarted and Mosig also took a while to get going. Clout was over a lap down and Mosig was in a similar position. Stapleton rode smart and safely to take the win, with Sutherland in second and Clarke in third.
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What is the name of the luxury lifestyle magazine?
There is a magazine named Lux which is a Luxury Lifestyle Magazine. It costs 120 Euros to subscribe. !
What is the average income for a luxury lifestyle? | Yahoo Answers
It would depend on your personal definition to luxury. To a homeless person luxury would be to have a good house and decent food, to the middle class possibly 80,000 a year. To the rich luxury would only mean to have more money