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Maxxis stars try new-look Blaxhall

British championship aces Jake Nicholls, Elliot Banks-Browne, Lewis Tombs, Shaun Southgate and George Grigg-Pettitt were called upon to throw some shapes over the jumps as the Woodbridge club held a press call for national and local media outlets at their legendary Blaxhall circuit in Suffolk to help promote the up and coming round three of this year the Maxxis British motocross championship on May 6.

Grigg-Pettitt, EBB, Nicholls, Tombs and Southgate get ready to ride
Grigg-Pettitt, EBB, Nicholls, Tombs and Southgate get ready to ride

Only a small portion on the track was used to comply with regulations and some parts were still a bit boggy after the recent month of rain, but it should be fine come race day in three weeks’ time.

The riders all had fun doing scrubs, nac-nacs and whips just for the entertainment of it. Blaxhall always produces good close racing and with some new parts of the track will make for a longer lap time to spice things up a bit.

EBB gets his style on
EBB gets his style on
The track is drying up well
The track is drying up well
Tombs flies over one of the pristine leaps
Tombs flies over one of the pristine leaps
Local star Jake Nicholls loves the Blaxhall track
Local star Jake Nicholls loves the Blaxhall track
Southgate turns down for fun
Southgate turns down for fun
George Grigg-Pettitt gets on the gas
George Grigg-Pettitt gets on the gas

 

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