After a hard fought season in the 250 Supercross West Coast Regional Championship, STAR Racing Yamaha’s Aaron Plessinger was crowned champion at the final race of the season inside Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas, then proposed to his girlfriend on the podium. She said yes!
Plessinger had an incredible season,
GL12 Racing KTM’s James Dunn and Mike Kras ran 1-2 at the third round of the ACU British Two-stroke Championship at Blaxhall on Sunday.
On a blazingly hot day the pair dominated the action in Suffolk with James topping qualification 0.2 seconds ahead of Mike before ripping to two holeshots and
Apico boss Dylan Brown swopped the boardroom for the pit box by taking up the spanners to act as mechanic for his Apico Husqvarna team rider Stu Edmonds at the immaculately prepared Blaxhall Circuit in Suffolk at the weekend. The host club had been busy during the winter months to
The Rob Hooper Racing Yamaha Motocross team will begin their British Masters campaign at the weekend at a Culham circuit which recently saw their MX1 riders, Kristian Whatley and Ryan Houghton record 5th and 6th positions respectively in the Maxxis British Championships round there.
Team Boss Rob Hooper is looking forward to it
Mike Kras took a double win as he got his defence of the ACU British Two-stroke Championship off to a flying start at a rough, tough Culham Moto Park on Sunday.
The dynamic Dutchman carried his form from the previous weekend’s EMX300 round in Spain to the Oxfordshire circuit and despite
Hitachi ASA KTM
The Hitachi ASA KTM UK team could not have asked for a more exciting start to their British campaign as the weather delayed series finally fired into action at Culham on Easter Sunday. With three rounds of the MXGP World Championship under the team’s belts, it was time for
Easter Sunday saw the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean get underway after the cancellation of the opening round at Lyng. After a week of bad weather there were doubts about Culham but with the track sealed and in good condition the season started for the Apico
Revo Husqvarna UK will be official supported by WP Suspension this year. The MX2 team, running Husqvarna FC 250 machinery, will fit WP’s renowned Pro Components in the form of WP Cone Valve forks and Trax Shocks. Team riders Mel Pocock and Martin Barr will take advantage of the WP
GL12 Racing KTM signed off from the 2018 Power Maxed Arenacross Tour in Wembley Arena on Saturday night with its head held high.
Going bar-to-bar against some of Europe’s best specialist indoor racers mounted on powerful four-strokes was never going to be easy but Mike Kras and James Dunn gave stroker
Phoenix Tools Apico Honda Racing burst into life at the annual Hawkstone International this past weekend. Gert Krestinov was the sole representative for the squad, as Carlton Husband elected to sit out with a niggling injury. Husband has his sights set firmly on the first round of the domestic series