After a great round 2, the riders contesting the 2019 AMCA British Motocross Championship have had very little time to rest as they are quickly back in action again this Sunday, May 5TH when they travel to Warmingham Lane in Cheshire.
MX2 leader Jamie Wainwright in action
In the series powered
Kristian Whatley, 3rd in MX2
Coming hot on the heels of his super showing at Fatcats in the recent Maxxis Championship event, young Apex KTM UK star Jamie Wainwright was flying high again on Sunday. Scorching to a blistering brace of moto wins, Jamie took maximum MX2 points in the opening
With new riders such as Kristian Whatley and Nev Bradshaw, new teams, new classes and a series extended to 10 rounds, the eagerly anticipated 2019 AMCA British Motocross Championship is ready for lift off. Hosting round one of this title chase powered by Datatag and supported by Dunlop on Sunday,
Rob Hooper's Yamaha team has made the move to stand down their MX1 racer Kristian Whatley from racing action in the short term, in a bid to rejuvenate the rider's ailing fortunes.
Whatley, who entered the 2018 season off the back of a serious injury which he suffered at the beginning
It's the most impressive trophy in motocross and is up for grabs on Wednesday evening, June 13, at Little Silver Moto Parc near Exeter for the 71st running of the Patchquick Trophy event. The Trophy is said to be worth somewhere in the region of £20,000 and in the past has been
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
Kristian Whatley is no stranger to a bit controversy and rumours, so it would stand to reason that his no-show at round one of the Bridgestone British masters at Culham would start the rumour mongers chatting with loads of conflicting stories. One said that he had an injury that would
The Rob Hooper Racing Yamaha Motocross team will begin their British Masters campaign at the weekend at a Culham circuit which recently saw their MX1 riders, Kristian Whatley and Ryan Houghton record 5th and 6th positions respectively in the Maxxis British Championships round there.
Team Boss Rob Hooper is looking forward to it
Rob Hooper Racing Yamaha UK Motocross team are gearing up for a double helping of racing this coming Easter Weekend. The first stop will be Marshfield on Good Friday and the Mike Brown Memorial Meeting which incorporates the Huck Cup and will see the team’s MX1 riders, Ryan Houghton and
The hard yards have been travelled, the treadmills are being powered down, and the Bench racers are hitting fever pitch as the first domestic Pro Motocross meetings of the season get underway over the next two consecutive weekends.
The Rob Hooper Racing Motocross team, the Official UK Yamaha Motocross team, begin