Irish Motocross of Nations regular Stuart Edmonds is to join the Apico Husqvarna team for the 2018 season. Edmonds, who recently made the switch to Husqvarna from TM, will join Matt Burrows in the Maxxis British MX1 and MX Nationals championships.
Edmonds said:” I’m really pleased to work with Apico Factory Racing
The MX Nationals series has revealed its six-round 2018 calendar with top tracks like Lyng, Hawkstone, Canada Heights and Preston Docks still in the plan.
Most of the classes are already full with reserves as we speak, but the official date to settle registrations in full is January 6th 2018, after this
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
The 2018 Michelin MX Nationals season adult classes, Clubmen MX2, Expert MX2 and Pro MX2, will allow a two-stroke 250 or 4-stroke 250 in the MX2 class.
There was talk of the ACU following the same rules for the Maxxis British championship but there has been no announcement yet.
If that does happens,
The MX Nationals is leaving the ACU and joining the MC Federation. It's a major blow for the ACU. Their official information says: "Although it is a shame to see the MX Nationals leave the ACU we are pleased that they have been able to grow and establish their championship
Buildbase Honda’s Graeme Irwin wrapped up the Michelin MX Nationals MX1 title at the final round of the series at Crookwood Motoparc on Sunday to make it two major championship wins in as many weeks.
The 24-year-old Irishman, who sewed up the Maxxis crown a fortnight earlier, travelled to the new
Although the MX Nationals crew managed to get a full day of racing at a very muddy Canada Heights yesterday, the track isn't in good enough condition to be raced on today so has been axed.
The official statement says: Unfortunately due to safety reasons we have had no choice but
The once-popular Foxhills tracks has had another blow as the MX Nationals is to move a round from there to a brand new track. The official info says:
The team at MX Nationals are pleased to announce another brand new circuit on the Nationals calendar.
Round 6 of the series, due to
Jake Shipton faces a battle to recover from a back injury he picked up at the weekend in the run up to Sunday's Maxxis British championship at Blaxhall Pits.
This weekend saw Sherwood park play host to round 4 of the MX Nationals. Jake had a hesitant start to the day
Elliott Banks-Browne romped to a double MX1 win in the pro class, Graeme Irwin extended his championship lead despite battling through illness and the all-new track was a big hit as the MX Nationals went to Sherwood at the weekend. Check out this mega gallery from top lensman Dick Law!