The last of the four-leg Ecosse XC Rock Oil Winter Series heads back to Dunbar on the south-east coast of Scotland next Sunday the 25th of February 2018. Described by most riders as a perfect winter venue, thanks to the deep sand track, constant maintenance, speed of signing-on and smooth
Newcastle’s Carlton Husband has been dominant throughout theRock Oil Ecosse XC Winter series, winning all races to date. However, despite leading off the line in the closely fought opening moto on the sandy Dunbar track on the south east coast of Scotland last Sunday, he didn’t have it all his own
The quest is on to find someone to take the challenge to North-East ace Carlton Husband who has dominated the Ecosse XC Rock Oil Winter Series, and the organisers are calling on all northern-based A-class riders to mount a challenge as the third of the four-leg series heads back to, what the
Carlton Husband dominated the A group with three wins from three starts in the second round of the Ecosse XC Winter Series – such is his form that he was even happy to take a handicap in the final race and lined up facing the wrong way. It took him
British championship racer Carlton Husband used his Phoenix Honda CRF450 to dominate the opening round of the Ecosse XC Winter Series as almost 200 riders tackled the deep sandy circuit of Dunbar on the south east coast of Scotland.
In the Adult A class, Husband on his Phoenix Tools Honda ran