REVO Husqvarna UK’s 2018 EMX250 championship campaign came to an end at the MXGP of The Netherlands at the world famous Assen facility at the weekend.
With the title out of reach, the primary objective was for Mel Pocock to make sure of second position in the championship which he did
Revo Husqvarna's Mel Pocock took the overall win in the EMX250 races at Lommel to move within two points of championship leader Mathys Boisrame. And Pocock's team-mate MArtin Barr was sixth overall as he holds a strong third in the series.
EMX250’s Saturday race was the final event of the day on
Title hopefuls and Revo Husqvarna team-mates Martin Barr and Mel Pocock lost ground to EMX250 championship leader Mathys Boisrame in the sandy Ottobiano opening race despite both Brits putting in strong rides.
Pocock, who started the race second in the series 13 points behind the Frenchman, set the fastest lap of
Briton Steven Clarke took a strong second place to Frenchman Pierre Goupillion in the muddy EMX250 second moto at St. Jean d'Angeley on Sunday with Brian Moreau third.
Overnight rain changed the circuit into a sketchy rut fest as many of the riders got stuck.
The mud turned the race into a
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
REVO Husqvarna UK team-mates Martin Barr and Mel Pocock sit first and second in the EMX250 championship chase after a dramatic fourth round of the series at the MXGP of Latvia at the weekend.
On the sandy Baltic track series leader Martin qualified third but Mel, who’s still suffering from a
Ulsterman Martin Barr extended his lead in the EMX250 race with a fourth place in the opening Latvia moto, leading home two more Brits Mel Pocock and two-stroke man James Dunn over the line in fifth and sixth.
Barr's fourth place means he is now on 110 points, but Frenchman Mathys
The sun shone, the racing was red hot and MotoHead were there to capture it all! Check out out highlights from the Maxxis British championship at Blaxhall.
Local hero Jake Nicholls proved his Canada Heights double win was no flash-in-the-pan as he took both MX1 wins at Sunday’s round three of the Maxxis British Motocross championship at a sunny Blaxhall circuit in Suffolk, writes Dick Law.
But the large partisan crowd seemed even happier when another local rider
Britons Martin Barr and Steven Clarke were the stars of the EMX250 races in Russia as Clarke won a moto and took second overall, but Barr ended the day leading the series. It wasn't so good for Barr's team-mate Mel Pocock who started the event as series leader but was