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
World MX2 Champion Pauls Jonass will be racing at the Hawkstone International on the 11th February.
He said: "I'm very excited to race again at the Hawkstone International. 2017 was my first year to the circuit and I really enjoyed the race and I'm looking forward to coming back and having some good, strong races in
The Buildbase Honda team of Jake Nicholls and Josiah Natzke, plus the Crescent Yamaha team headed by Jake Shipton have all signed up to race the Hawkstone International on February 11 next year.
For MX1 rider Nicholls and MX2 star Kiwi, it will be their first races on Dave Thorpe's team
Max Anstie will face MXGP title rival Jeffrey Herlings in the will be racing at the Hawkstone International on 11th February.
Max said: ''I love coming to Hawkstone to race in front of my British fans. There are not many times in the year I can race in my home country.
The 2018 Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship venues have been revealed and every circuit is either on sand - like Lyng and Hawkstone Park - or similarly soft ground like Culham and Duns. Sand tracks often fare better under harsh weather but the tracks won't suit all riders, like hard pack
Red Bull KTM rider Jeffrey Herlings has signed up to race in the Be Wiser Hawkstone International on 11th February 2018. Herlings is a big fan of the famous Hawkstone Park circuit and missed the International in 2017 due to other racing commitments. One of the fastest riders in the
HIMX are now in a position to release the date of the 11th February for the 2018 Be Wiser Hawkstone International. The organisers have released the date early again to avoid clashing with the other major Internationals and also before the usual early start of the GP season. HIMX are
By Dick Law
As Nathan Watson held the winner’s trophy high after winning this year’s round seven of the Maxxis Enduro GP, world championship series leader and fellow Brit Steve Holcombe was left disappointed after a mechanical problem lost him two laps.
Holcombe was the leader of the event after the first
By Dick Law
British riders occupied the top two steps of the podium at the first day of racing at round seven of the Maxxis world enduro championship at Hawkstone park in Shropshire as Steve Holcombe took a decisive win over Nathan Watson after Watson messed up one of his enduro
All-rounder Brad Anderson is to dip a toe into the world of competitive enduro by making his debut this weekend. But instead of starting at a local event, he's racing in the British round of the world championships at Hawkstone Park!
Fresh from winning the EMX300 crown on a KTM 200