Just a week after being announced as the new MX1 rider for the Buildbase Honda team, Jake Nicholls is already out on the CRF450 testing for next year's British championship. It's not a full-race bike but a stock 2017 CRF with a pipe and spring forks while his 2018 machines
Jake Nicholl has swapped teams and rides with British champ Graeme Irwin. Irwin has gone from Buildbase Honda to Roger Magee's KTM team to contest GPs. And Nicholls has gone the other way, leaving the KTM GP ride for an all-British campaign on Dave Thorpe's Buildbase Hondas.
Nicholls has not yet
After ten years racing in GPs, Jake Nicholls has decided to quit full-time world championship racing to concentrate on racing British events and working during the week. The 27-year-old's most memorable result was a second overall finish in the MX2 class at the British GP in 2013 when he missed out
Hitachi KTM UK MXGP rider Jake Nicholls has spoken about his recovery following his dislocated hip in the GP of Italy last month. “My injuries are all healing well and I have no pain now which is very good and now being able to walk about a bit is helping with
British championship leader Jake Nicholls was airlifted out of Sunday's Italian GP at Trentino after dislocating his hip without even crashing! He now faces an agonising wait to see the extent of his injuries, but has been told he's not allowed to sit up for at least three weeks.
British championship leader Jake Nicholls dislocated his hip in the Italian GP at Trentino without actually falling off!
"Yesterday in the second moto I went in a bit deep around a corner and somehow dislocated my hip. I didn't crash but fell off the bike in agony shortly after," he said.
Jake Nicholls extended his lead in the Maxxis British championship a Lyng with a narrow overall win, taking the stop step of the podium by a single point from Honda's Graeme Irwin. And it was a surprise visitor to the third step of the podium as Estonian Honda rider Gert Krestinov
Hitachi KTM UK’s Jake Nicholls and Ben Watson head to Cadders Hill, Lyng, this Sunday (April 9) for round two of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean carrying the MX1 and MX2 red series leaders’ plates.
At a tough opening round at Culham in March, after heavy
It was a mudder, all right! Check out of video highlights from the opening Maxxis British championship round from Culham!
The Hitachi KTM team scored an amazing 100% record at Culham yesterday with Jake Nicholls taking a double win the in the MX1 class and Ben Watson doing the same in the MX2 class. And Lewis Hall won the MXY2 class. The official version of events reads:
It was a spectacular