Just two weeks after a horrific first bend crash, Ryan Houghton is back home from the hospital and on the mend. It was during round 4 of the British Maxxis British Motocross Championships at Blaxhall that the incident occurred with 10 or so of the leading pack going down hard
Searle rode hurt but took the red plate
A horrific high-speed crash that wiped out more than half a dozen
of the top men in the first corner of the opening MX1 race may have been the
unfortunate incident that marred the Blaxhall British champions round, but
going down hard didn’t stop Tommy Searle
The Rob Hooper Racing Yamaha team has re-signed MX1 racer Ryan Houghton for 2019, and are currently looking for a second rider to replace Kristian Whatley who is to race two-strokes.
Houghton’s inclusion in the team this year turned into a massive success story, with the rider having his best ever
After two hot and testing pro races, Ryan Houghton climbed on to the top step of the winner’s podium at last weekend’s round four of the Bridgestone British Masters at the historic Hawkstone park track in Shropshire while race one winner and series leader Elliott Banks-Browne had to settle for second
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
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
Rob Hooper Racing Yamaha Motocross Racing team announce the signings of Kristian Whatley and Ryan Houghton for the 2018 season.
Rob Hooper Racing, an official Yamaha UK Motocross team will be competing in the Maxxis British Motocross Championships, the Michelin MX Nationals, the Bridgestone Masters as well as other selected National
I Fly JK Yamaha introduces its new team of riders for 2017 with Britons Ryan Houghton racing in MXGP class, James Dunn in MX2 and Swede Ken Bengstonn in EMX250. Houghton Visuals follows the team over in Pisa, Italy for a week of testing.
Britons James Dunn and Ryan Houghton will race GPs next year for the I-Fly JK Yamaha team. Their team-mates will be Swede Ken Bengtsson in EMX250 and Australian Maddy Brown in the WMX series plus young Italian Manuel Iacopi in the European Championship EMX300 class. Dunn will race the MX2