Enjoying a brilliant weekend of warm spring weather, racing on a well prepared and watered circuit, round two of the Judd Racing British Premier Cup hit Little Silver MP last weekend. In the official British Clubman championship it was Ashley Greedy who stole the show, bagging four wins in the
The Thor British Youth Nationals enjoyed an exciting weekend of racing at Brampton, Cumbria for round two of the championship where Wal Beaney, Vinnie Guthrie, Dominic Lancett, Rossi Beard and Jed Etchells took the overall honours. The junior 65cc class provided some superb racing to watch across both days. Saturday saw
The Thor British Youth Nationals championship kicked off last weekend at Culham MX Park in Oxfordshire where Wal Beaney, Charlie Heyman, Dominic Lancett, Rossi Beard and Howard Wainwright took the overall wins for the first event of the six round series. With a strong line up of junior 65cc riders, including
The new Youth 125 two-stroke class has been causing some problems at early season races, it seems. So the ACU has made this official announcement: During 2016 the ACU Motocross Committee debated the possibility of providing a stepping stone class for youth riders to ease the transition from the 85cc class
DEP Exhausts have teamed up with the East Anglia Schoolboy Scramble Club to support their already strong Auto championship, in the DEP Auto challenge. DEP are offering £1600 worth of £50 DEP product discount vouchers, which will mean virtually every rider lining up will be able to get a DEP voucher.
By ACU. The final round of the Thor British Youth Nationals championship, which was held last weekend at a sunny Cusses Gorse, saw Charlie Heyman, Ike Carter, Rossi Beard, Callum Green and George Grigg Pettitt crowned 2016 champions after some seriously close racing between the best youth riders in the