Josh Spinks is back from the broken leg he picked up at the British GP last year and will race a 450 Yamaha in the UK this season for PGVM Racing with backing from Answer, Arai, Apico, Putoline and lots of other industry backers.
"Very grateful to have this opportunity and
Just one day after Martin Barr revealed he'd be Yamaha-mounted for the British MX2 championship next year for the Crescent team, Josh Spinks has revealed he'll also be on the blue bikes as his M Smith KTM have decided to switch to Yamaha, backed by Leicestershire dealers Redline.
He'll race a
The weather was hot and the action even hotter at the Apico 2-Stroke Festival Day 1 at Sellindge in Kent. In the Faster class, Brad Anderson and Josh Spinks duked it out for victory while the action in the other classes was red hot too.
As day one of a hot and dusty Apico two-stroke series came to a close at Sellindge in Kent and work has already started on watering preparing the track for day two, Verde KTM’s Brad Anderson was in the lead of the open Fastest race after winning all three of
Fresh from a podium place in the Romaniacs where he extended his lead in the World Enduro Super Series on Sunday, Red Bull KTM factory rider Jonny Walker is to take to a 150 KTM two-stroke to contest the Apico 2-Stroke Festival at Sellindge in Kent at the weekend.
The man who took runner-up place in the British EMX250 round at Matterley swopped to a two-stroke for the first time in more than a decade and took victory in all three races on his 150 KTM in day one of the Apico 2-Stroke Festival on Saturday.
Riding at the new
Ulsterman Martin Barr lost the lead of the EMX250 championship after a crash in the opener saw him stuck in a fence in a crash that also took down last week's race winner Steven Clarke, then Barr was forced to ride from the back of the pack to an eventual
Elliott Banks-Browne turned up the heat and was unbeaten on his Geartec Husqvarna at round two of the Bridgestone British Masters at a sunny Wroxton circuit on Oxfordshire this weekend. He was fastest in qualifying, won both combined MX1 and MX2 pro races and then added another win in the
British MX2 championship racer Josh Spinks has split with the Manchester MC Husqvarna team and will run a KTM as a privateer for the rest of the season.
Spinks announced on social media: "It’s been a tough start of the year for more reasons than one, I decided to hand the
British championship racer Josh Spinks has agreed to ride Husqvarnas for Manchester MC next season but is yet undecided whether he'll race in the MX1 or MX2 class next season.
Spinks started the 2016 season off with the Heads and All Threads Suzuki team but left during the season to ride