British motocross champ Graeme Irwin talks about his switch from Honda to KTM and how he'll contest the British and world championships under a new team structure.
British champ Graeme Irwin is leaving Honda for a crack at MXGPs on the KTM UK-backed team. He'll be joined by Conrad Mewse in the MX2 class, who last year rode for Rockstar Husqvarna. But there is no space in the KTM team for Ben Watson in 2018. It's believed
Tommy Searle will race his 450 in the final round of the British championship at Foxhill on Sunday and is set to face BOTH newly-crowned British champions Graeme Irwin and Ben Watson!
Searle, who many thought woulds ride a 250 to prepare for his Motocross of Nations ride, yesterday revealed to
British Motocross Championship team, Buildbase Honda's Graeme Irwin and Martin Barr, will be taking on this year’s HydroGarden Weston Beach Race, which is being held on October 13-15.
The Buildbase Honda team is the official Honda UK motocross team as run by three time world champion Dave Thorpe, who is no
Buildbase Honda’s Graeme Irwin wrapped up the Michelin MX Nationals MX1 title at the final round of the series at Crookwood Motoparc on Sunday to make it two major championship wins in as many weeks.
The 24-year-old Irishman, who sewed up the Maxxis crown a fortnight earlier, travelled to the new
Newly-crowned British MX1 champ Graeme Irwin will ride both the MX2 and MX1 classes for Buildbase Honda at the final British championship round at Foxhill near Swindon on August 27.
Although Honda has a new 2018 CRF250, it's not been announced whether he'll ride the new bike or one of the
Graeme Irwin (Buildbase Honda) and Ben Watson (Hitachi KTM UK) sewed up the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship MX1 and MX2 titles at round seven of the series at Preston Docks on Sunday.
Irwin won both MX1 races – extending his Maxxis win-streak to eight motos – and clinched the title
Buildbase Honda’s Graeme Irwin raced to the 2017 Maxxis ACU British MX1 Motocross Championship with his fourth consecutive double win at round seven of the series at Preston Docks on Sunday.
The 24-year-old from Carrickfergus in Northern Ireland sewed up the title with one round still to go thanks to a
Graeme Irwin goes into this Sunday's seventh round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean at Preston Docks knowing he could leave at the end of the day as the new MX1 champion, and Ben Watson is on the verge of clinching the MX2 crown, too.
Honda’s Graeme Irwin raced to his third consecutive maximum score at round six of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean at Blaxhall on Sunday to open up a 52-point lead in the MX1 title chase over Gert Krestinov.
His double win at the sandy Suffolk circuit means