Both classes in this year’s Maxxis British Motocross championship went down to the vary last race as Evgeny Bobryshev on his Lombard Express Suzuki wiped away an injured Jake Nicholls 39-point lead to snatch this year’s MX1 championship, while in the MX2s Hitachi KTM’s Conrad Mewse had to fight off
Check out the action from the gnarly Hawkstone Park circuit from yesterday's Maxxis British championship!
Who would have thought with the hot weather we have been having over the last weeks that round five of the Maxxis British Motocross championship would be abandoned with two races still to run. Of those races that did run, Evgeny Bobryshev took a fine win in the only MX1
James Harrison has decided to take a break from pro racing to concentrate on his business interests and so will leave the Cab Screens Honda team with immediate effect. James is in his third year with the team and finished a fantastic 8th place in the British MX1 championship in
Arenacross ace Jack Brunell is to join the two-stroke revolution and race a KTM 250 in the Hitachi ASA KTM team in the UK for the rest of the season.
He’ll compete in the two-stroke class in the Maxxis British championship, kicking off this weekend at Desertmartin in Northern Ireland.
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
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
The smells and sounds of motocross like it used to be filled the Canada Heights circuit at the weekend as the British two-stroke championship ran alongside the Maxxis British MX1 and MX2 races. Briton James Dunn took the overall but his team-mate Mike Kras won one moto and retained the
The Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean swings back into action on Sunday at the spectacular Canada Heights track in Kent. Although officially billed as round three it’s actually just the second event on the eight-round calendar after the original opener at Lyng was cancelled following heavy rain