James Dunn split with his JK Yamaha team last week but has been snapped up by the MVR-D Husky team to replace Nev Bradshaw who broke a bone in his hand in his debut for the team in Glasgow on Saturday. Bradshaw himself was a replacement for Kristian Whatley who didn’t show up at the opening Manchester round a week earlier and split with the team two days later.
The MVR-D made the announcement on social media, saying: “Disappointed Nev is out of the series with a broken bone in his hand but very pleased to say we have James Dunn200 to jump in at such short notice!”
It’s not known whether Dunn will stick with the team in 2017 but it seems the deal is just for Arenacross at the moment.
“One door closes, another opens… looking forward to racing the rest of the Areacross series with MVR-D” said Dunn on social media.