Hot on the heels of the recent world and British championship calendars, the MX Nationals and Masters series have revealed their 2020 dates.
The ACU British championship has announced 11 potential dates, of which eight will form the championship. These are:
15 March29 March12 April3 May31 May21 June12 July19 July9 August30 August4
MX Sports Pro Racing, in partnership with NBC Sports, has unveiled the 12-round schedule for the 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing. The 49th season will once again visit 11 different states over the course of the summer, beginning with the legendary Hangtown Motocross Classic
A new GP calendar has been revealed, meaning lots of other British championships have changed dates to avoid clashes.
The season opening GP venue has yet to be announced but will take place in the second week of March and be joined by the FIM Women’s Motocross World Championship. Remaining as
The 2018 dates of the MXGP of La Comunitat Valenciana (Spain) at Redsand and the MXGP of Europe (the Netherlands)at Valkenswaard have been switched. The official dates are now as below:
18 March - MXGP of Europe (NL) in Valkenswaard (EMX125 and EMX250 as additional classes)
25 March – MXGP of La Comunitat Valenciana (ESP) in Redsand (EMX250 and
The British Extreme Enduro will come of age in 2017 with a series of events at five of the wildest venues in the UK beginning on January 15th at Tong near Bradford.
The Parkwood Off-road venue is the cornerstone of the series, it is long-established and will be providing spectacular racing
The MXGP of San Marino, which was set to take place on July 8th and 9th 2017, has been axed in the latest shake-up to the GP calendar. It will be run in 2018. It means the 2017 series will now be 19 rounds instead of 20.
The MXGP of Italy, which was
The biggest ever world championship has 20 rounds scheduled to take place in 17 different countries across four different continents in 2017, with Britain running the Motocross of Nations on October 1 at Materley Basin. The series will return to Russia for the first time since 2012, with the MXGP