Simpson rode in pain to salvage British championship points
The broken hand he sustained in the first corner mega-spill at the Blaxhall British championship round means Shaun Simpson will miss the next two GPs, in Russia this weekend and Latvia seven days later. His team say they will re-evaluate after that,
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
Back on his beloved KTM, GP winner and former British champion Shaun Simpson is back on top form. Here he talks about what's changed things around in 2019.
The GP men took on the local heroes as round three of the Maxxis British championship hit the revamped Canada Heights circuit for some bar-banging action.
Shaun Simpson, Tommy Searle, Harri Kullas, Conrad Mewse, Dylan Walsh and Alvin Ostland face British national riders like Josh Gilbert and Jake Millward in this
Team manager Dickie Dye urges on Shaun Simpson
Shaun Simpson beat his arch rival Tommy Searle in both MX1 races to clinch the overall honours in Sunday’s third round of the British championship at Canada Heights, extending his lead in the series to eight points. But it was disaster in the
Round 3 of the 2019 Maxxis British championship is done and dusted, full results below. Reports and images later.
Tim Gasjer took his first overall MXGP win in more than a year after two nail-biting races with Tony Cairoli at Arco in Italy.
Both races saw the men battle hard at the front, leaving the pack behind them. In the first moto the Honda man managed to stay ahead when
The green and grassy hillsides of Matterley Basin are known around the motorsport world and have hosted MXGP races year after year since 2006. This famous setting for motocross is the exclusive host of only one race per year and will again come to life this weekend with the world’s best fighting
It rained, it hailed, it blew a gale and and the sun came out as the Maxxis British championship opened at FatCat near Doncaster. Shaun Simpson and Tommy Searle went head-to-head in the MX1, and in the MX2 it was a battle between GP riders Bas Vaessen, Conrad Mewse, Alvin
Simpson proved he's the mud master
Shaun Simpson proved he’s still the master of the mire by Beating his title rival Tommy Searle in the wet and rutted conditions at FatCat, the opening round of the 2019 Maxxis British championship.
Searle took a race win
But there was a surprise new face on