Davids (Kargo Pro) claimed his second consecutive win, while Dreyer made it a hat-trick in the women’s race.
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The victory was a comforting reward for Davids who has had a good run of form recently after a difficult season.
It’s great to get another win under the belt and that things are looking up for me now,” he said.
Davids said he knew he had to drive the pace from the start and had built up a five-minute lead by the closing 10 kilometres.
Despite taking the win, his chances of taking the overall honours in the nine-race Quattro Roag Series are slim.
Three-time series champion Andrew Hill (TIB Insurance) finished third on the day behind runner-up Tyronne White (Thule) to keep his chances of a fourth consecutive title alive.
“I knew I just needed a top-three finish in one of the remaining three races to have enough points to get ahead of Brendon on the log,” said Hill.
The series looks set to come down to a two-horse race between Hill and White.
In the women’s race, Dreyer (USN/Hi-Tec) took an uncontested win ahead of Tiffany Keep (Pure Adventure Wear), with Hayley Smith (Bell Equipment) third.
Taking her fourth win in this year’s series, Dreyer signalled her intent to wrest the overall crown from log leader Natalie Bergstrom (Jowett Cycles).