The country’s fastest racers head to Canada Heights in Kent this weekend for Sunday’s third round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean and before a wheel’s even been turned in competition we know there will be a change at the top of the MX1 standings.
Lewis Gregory will take a break from racing while he fully recovers from injuries he's had this season.
His GL12 team announced: "Following Lewis’ crash at Hawkstone International when he was concussed and had a neck injury resulting in nerve problems we have tried a slow return to competitive racing to
British championship MX2 contender Jamie Carpenter looks like he'll be out of action for the rest of the season after damaging ligaments in his knee. The Revo Husky rider, who won the youth championship last season, moved up to the MX2 series this year as team-mate to Mel Pocock.
Jake Nicholls extended his lead in the Maxxis British championship a Lyng with a narrow overall win, taking the stop step of the podium by a single point from Honda's Graeme Irwin. And it was a surprise visitor to the third step of the podium as Estonian Honda rider Gert Krestinov
Hitachi KTM UK’s Jake Nicholls and Ben Watson head to Cadders Hill, Lyng, this Sunday (April 9) for round two of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean carrying the MX1 and MX2 red series leaders’ plates.
At a tough opening round at Culham in March, after heavy
James Dunn has decided to take a step away from full-time pro racing. The former Hitachi KTM rider, who raced Arenacross this year, has had a career marred by serious injuries. He has announced:
"So, a little update for everyone who follows my racing. After the Arenacross series finished this year
Yamaha’s Jake Shipton came into the 2017 season looking fast and strong and was one of the men many thought would challenge for MX1 podium places. But he had a shaky start to the season with a disastrous couple of races in the opening Maxxis British championship round at muddy
It's crunch time for the proposed Northamptonshire Dirt World track as the planning Committee hearing is scheduled for 7pm on Wednesday April 5 at the Council Chamber, East Northamptonshire House, Thrapston.
Even at this stage, planning consent is by no means guaranteed and Dirt World bosses would appreciate any support on
Former MX2 title contender Nev Bradshaw, who retired from pro racing in 2016, has been spotted tearing up the track on a 2002 CR250 as he prepares for the opening round of the ACU British Two-stroke Championship at Canada Heights on April 30.
“I’m going to do the full ACU series
British champ Tommy Searle looks very unlikely to return to action for the second round of the Maxxis British championship at Lyng on April 9, he has exclusively revealed to MotoHead. He is still recovering from knee surgery after he pickled up an injury in pre-season testing in California in