New Expert class at British championship

This year’s Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship will feature a brand-new series-within-a-series aimed at encouraging participation from riders who have failed to make a dent on the overall top 10. The British Expert Championship – with categories for MX1 and MX2 class competitors – will exclude riders who have finished

Bobryshev back in MXGP

Russian Evgeny Bobryshev is back in MXGPs for 2018, riding Suzukis for the new BOS team. But the former HRC Honda man he'll still race for Neil Prince's team in the British championship. Bobryshev, who is currently racing in the UK Arenacross series on the RFX Suzuki, last month went to

Foxhill revealed as Maxxis finale

The eighth and final round of the 2018 Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship will take place at Foxhill Moto Parc on September 23. To be run by the Langrish club, which for years organised the famous Ken Hall Trophy, the event will build on 2017’s successful season finale at the iconic

British sidecarcross championship revealed

Maxxis Tyres will be continuing their long-standing support of the ACU British Sidecar Cross Championship as title sponsor for the forthcoming season, which sees a six-round series once again during the summer months, with the continuation of the two tier championship format. The championship will begin on the 21 st April

250 two-strokes in MX1 AND MX2!

Two-strokes 250s will be allowed to race in either MX1 or MX2 classes next year as part of a shake-up by the ACU. The only exception is the Maxxis British championship, where current rules which allow 250 two-strokes into the MX1 championship will stand. The changes come after consultation Between the ACU

No to full eight-round British two-stroke series

The British two-stroke championship that ran at four rounds alongside the main Maxxis championship will not be a full eight-round series as was hoped for by many, but a five-round series for 2018. Series Manager Stuart Drummond has unveiled a new-look British Two-stroke Championship and MXY2 series which will both be

British championship venues revealed

The 2018 Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship venues have been revealed and every circuit is either on sand - like Lyng and Hawkstone Park - or similarly soft ground like Culham and Duns. Sand tracks often fare better under harsh weather but the tracks won't suit all riders, like hard pack

Dates for the major UK national series

Following yesterday's announcement about the MXGP series, the Maxxis British championship, MX Nationals and Bridgestone Masters have now revealed their revamped calendars to avoid major clashes where possible. Here are the new dates, in calendar order!  March 3 - 4 = Bridgestone Masters (1) – Hawkstone Park March 11 = Maxxis British