Team GB second in World Vet Cup

The British team of Kurt Nicoll, Brad Anderson and Brian Wheeler took a fine second place in the World Vet Cup, part of the World Vet championship at Glen Helen in California at the weekend. It was a close result as the worst any of the Brits had was third

Wheeler takes world title!

Former GP ace Brian Wheeler clinched the over-45 world championship with double moto wins in the World Vet championship at Glen Helen in California on Sunday. But it wasn't such a successful day for former British champ Kurt Nicoll, who took runner-up place behind Doug Dubach in the over-50 class. Yamaha man

Nicoll and Wheeler top 10 in World Vets

Dormer GP stars Kurt Nicoll and Brian Wheeler took top ten finishes in both motos in the Over-40 pro class at the World Vet championship at Glen Helen in California on Saturday. Nicoll took fourth overall with third and fourth place rides, and Wheeler seventh with eighth and seventh place rides. Former

Wheeler romps to 2-Stroke festival glory

A former 500GP rider of the 1990s and a current-day Arenacross expert were just two of the standout riders in the first ever Apico 2-Stroke Festival at Sellindge in Kent at the weekend. Brian Wheeler, the 48-year-old who has battled against such greats as Jean-Michel Bayle, Dave Thorpe, Rick Johnson and

Brunell tops 2-Stroke Festival opening day

There was scorching sunshine, torrential showers and even thunder and lightning, but it didn't dampen the spirits of the all-new Apico 2-Stroke Festival as Arenacross expert Jack Brunell took his Yamaha YZ125 to a double race win in the combined 125 and Open-class Experts race. And in the race for Evo,