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Luke Gough   » rider bio

Birth date September 30, 1986
Birth place Bowarl, New South Wales, Australia
Hometown Hilltop, New South Wales, Australia
Height 5-7
Weight 135
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Luke Gough

Career Highlights

2012 - Made just three total starts in 2012. Finished 25th in the GNC Twins point standings. His campaign included one top 10 finish at the Cal Expo.

2011 - Gough contested in select GNC events, earning three Top 10s and a Top5. He finished the season with a best place finish of fourth-place at the Calistoga Speedway. Raced with Dick Ford Kawasaki/Harley-Davidson.

2010 - Gough raced the entire AMA Pro GNC Series, qualifying for eight main events.  His best finish was a 10th-place at Yavapai Downs May 1st.  Raced with Dick Ford/American Harley-Davidson team.

2009 - Gough raced the AMA Pro Grand National Championship, finished 17th at Hagerstown.  Gough had three main event finishes in the Expert Singles at Daytona Short Track March 5, the Springfield Short Track and Peoria TT.  Raced with Johnson Cams Racing team.

2008 - Gough earned his National Number (62) by qualifying for the main event at the AMA Pro Singles race in Billings, MT. This was Gough's first year competing in the entire AMA Pro Singles Series where he finished 32nd overall.

2007 - Traveled from Australia to race the Short Track and TT at the AMA Pro Singles doubleheader at Castle Rock, Washington.  Gough won the Australian 450cc Long Track Championship (Long Track is the Australian equivalent of Flat Track) for the third year. First rider to ever win that title three consecutive years.

2007 - Traveled from Australia to race the Short Track and TT at the AMA Pro Singles doubleheader at Castle Rock, Washington.  Gough won the Australian 450cc Long Track Championship (Long Track is the Australian equivalent of Flat Track) for the third year. First rider to ever win that title three consecutive years.

2006 - Traveled from Australia to compete in his first AMA Pro Flat Track Singles event at Daytona. He was Australian 450cc Long Track Champion for the second consecutive year and Australian Dirt Track (Australian for TT) Champion in both the 450cc and Over 450cc classes.

2005 - Gough won his first Australian 450cc Long Track Championship.


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