Weston shortlisted for major global award

The Weston Beach Race has been recognised in the 2020 Event Production Awards for Sporting Event of the Year. The Event Production Awards globally recognises distinguished individuals and teams in the successful delivery of outdoor and live events to take centre stage and gain the recognition they deserve. Weston Beach Race, the

British one-two in French sand

Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Nathan Watson has secured his third victory of the season in the CFS: Championnat de France des Sables, extending his series lead following a commanding win at round six in Grayan-et-L’Hopital. Teammate Camille Chapeliere delivered another strong showing in the deep French sand to claim

Brits on top in French beach race

Brits Todd Kellett and Nathan Watson ruled Sunday's French beach race series. Yamaha man Kellett took the race win and moved up to second in the series. And Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Nathan Watson continues to lead the CFS: Championnat de France des Sables beach race series following a

Watson wins in wet France

British MX of Nations star Nathan Watson took his factory KTM to victory in the French beach race series, while his brother Ben took sixth in a one-off outing for fun. And there was more success for the Brits as Todd Kellett took second place, and holds second in the

Watson wins to lead French championship

After last week’s opener in Berck, the Championnat de France des Sables moved north to Loon-Place, near Dunkirk, for round two. Returning to a traditional beach race format, the fight for victory was played out over a gruelling two-and-a-half-hour race. Placing as runner-up at round one following a couple of mistakes, Nathan

Kids go mad for wild Weston!

Check out our exclusive edit from the weston Beach Race youth classes. Wet sand, huge dunes, massive ruts, water and a flat-out straight face the dirt bike stars of tomorrow in the youth racing classes. With class wins coming from Jaydon Murphy in the 125/ 250 class, Charlie Palmer in

Greedy speeds to Weston win

Greedy flat out to victory Welsh racer Ashley Greedy (Yamaha) took an emphatic victory at the 37th running of the Weston Beach Race today (October 20) after a hard-fought three-hour battle in front of a record crowd. Mel Pocock (Husqvarna) took second place, and Jamie Wainwright (KTM) was third.  Mel Pocock led early

Holcombe out of Weston

World enduro champ Steve Holcombe has had to pull out of the weekend's Weston beach race as he's not fully fit from a recent injury. "Unfortunately I’m unable to race this weekend's Weston Beach Race! Knocked my shoulder on a tree whilst testing last weekend and it needs a little more recovery

Weston course takes Shape!

Building the Weston Beach Race course is certainly no mean feat and for 2019 renowned track builder Johnny Groves from Shape and Scape is back with new ideas to make this year’s race, which takes place on October 18-20, better than ever.Moving approximately 200,000 tonnes of sand to create a