Salop MC have issued a provisional date of March 14 for the proposed Hawkstone International in 2021. "As it stands with the current restrictions regarding European travel and no spectators it would be impossible to run so we are only releasing the provisional date and are not making any other
Helmet Impact Dynamics: “Following the crash involving Brad Anderson at the Hawkstone International Motocross event last Sunday, Leatt Corporation would like to make the following statement; Firstly and most importantly we would like to wish Brad a speedy recovery, he was released from Hospital late on Sunday night having received brain
Riders such as Max Nagl, Yentel Martens, Arminas Jasikonas, Ivo Monticelli, current British Champion Evgeny Bobryshev, Calvin Vlaanderen, Jed Beaton, Thomas Olsen, Tom Vialle, Davy Pootjes, Bas Vaessen, Alvin Ostlund, Jago Geerts plus Brits Max Anstie, Tommy Searle, Shaun Simpson, Conrad Mewse, Ben Watson, Adam Sterry plus many more head
Two top GP riders are out of the Hawkstone Park International on February 11. Kevin Strijbos and Thomas Covington will be missing the event to recover from injuries. Strijbos, who this year moved to KTM, fell and broke his collarbone this week. "Well, this just happened today. Crash and broken collarbone.
All three classes are now full for the Hawkstone International on February 11, with triple world MX2 champ Jeffrey Herlings heading the open class field from Max Anstie, Tommy Searle, Gautier Paulin, Jordi Tixier, Kevin Strijbos, Glenn Coldenhoff, Valentin Guillod, Evgeny Bobryshev and Brits Graeme Irwin, Kristian Whatley, Brad Anderson