Hammal at Hawkstone before getting hurt
Taylor Hammal’s hold on the Bridgestone British Masters Red Plate will come to an end this weekend as the RHR rider recovers from a broken thumb and wrist he picked up at last week’s Maxxis British Motocross Championships round at Hawkstone Park.The young racer has
Kullas has the lead but EBB goes down at the back of the pack
Shaun Simpson made amends for his double DNF at the last
round at Desertmartin by romping to a pair of unchallenged race wins at Hawkstone
Park, round six of the Maxxis British championship.
Simpson takes a look to see where
Shaun Simpson walked away from Hawkstone Park with an impressive 1-1 as did Dylan Walsh in MX2. It was also good to see Jake Nicholls back racing after his injury. Report and images to follow.
Easter Weekend saw the Apico Husqvarna team head to Hawkstone Park for the second round of the Michelin MX Nationals in the blistering heat.On arrival at the venue Jamie Law looked uncertain if he would be able to compete after taking a rock to his knee at an event on
Round two of the Michelin MX Nationals travels to the iconic Hawkstone Park in Shropshire over the Easter weekend where in the pro classes, favourite in the MX1 must be Cab Screens Deos Group Honda rider Harri Kullas who romped to two convincing wins at round one and had a
The former British MX2 champ was one of the surprise riders of last week's Hawkstone Park International, dominating both MX2 races until a single penultimate lap slip cruelled robbed him of the top step of the podium even though he finished level on points with overall winner Jago Geerts.
Check out MotoHead's director's cut highlights video from the Hawkstone Park International from the weekend.
Max Anstie took a double win in the MX1 class at the Hawkstone International on Sunday as a rash of crashes ruined the chances of fellow quick Brits.
Anstie romped to a double MX1 win
Brad Anderson, Tommy Searle, Shaun Simpson, Ben Watson and Conrad Mewse were among the top men whose
No Jeffrey Herlings, Glenn Coldenhoff, Kevin Strijbos or Graeme Irwin, unfortunately, due to injuries. And Pauls Jonass is not fit enough yet. But the field is still stacked for the opening International of the year on British soil at Hawkstone on Sunday.
British championship winners like Evgeny Bobryshev, Tommy Searle, Shaun
Kevin Strijbos is out of Hawkstone and will miss six to eight weeks of riding with a recurring elbow injury. The issue restricted him through the final portion of the previous GP season and, consequently, he had surgery after the MXGP final round in Italy.Strijbos resumed his normal riding programme