Following a meeting between the promoters RHL Activities and landowner, all parties have reviewed the weather forecast for the coming days for Culham and the decision has sadly been made to postpone the opening round of the Judd KTM British Youth National Championship on Friday 30-Saturday 31 March 2018.
The decision hasn’t been taken lightly and the RHL Activities team are gutted to be postponing part of the British Motocross Festival. Since the decision has been made the RHL team have been working hard to secure a new date for the Judd KTM British Youth National Championship round and a further announcement will be made next week.
The opening round of the Judd KTM British Youth National Championship will now take place on April 14-15 at Preston Docks. All entries from Round 1 will automatically be put forward to Preston Docks.
The Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship on Sunday and the St Blazey Premier MX on Monday will continue to run as part of the British Motocross Festival.
Gareth Hockey, Director of RHL Activities commented, “The team and myself are absolutely gutted to be postponing the opening round of the Judd KTM British Youth National Championship however the weather is out of our control. The opening round will now take place at Preston Docks on 14th & 15th April. We will be making a further announcement next week as to the re-scheduled round.”
The races at Culham now have switched to a wet weather schedule which is:
Saturday 31st March
8am – Main Gates Open – everyone will queue in access road into the site
10.30am – Vehicles will be escorted and sited individually by the paddock team
12.00pm onwards – Spectator Camping arrival time
Please note the paddock is on a lockdown until Sunday AM.
Anyone who isn’t stopping on the Saturday night will be parked in the car park on the left as you come into the site and will not be allowed in the paddock with your vehicle.
(Please note RHL will work with you to bring any tools & equipment into the paddock)
There will be no walking of the track until advised by RHL Activities – the track is on lockdown