Shaun Simpson has opened up about his emotional ride to his first MX of Nations podium alongside Adam Sterry and Nathan Watson at Sunday's washout at Assen. After splitting with his RFX team, the Scot worked on the engine of a stock KTM 450 SXF together with father Willie and
The Maxxis British MX1 championship went down to the final round as Tommy Searle battled through the pain barrier to keep his title bid on course and arch rival Shaun Simpson at bay.
With great rides from Elliott Banks-Browne, Harri Kullas and Brad Anderson at the season finale at Landrake, watch
Tommy's the MX1 champ
Tommy Searle fought through the pain barrier to take the
British MX1 title while British-born Kiwi Dylan Walsh romped to a double win to
claim the MX2 crown at Landrake in Cornwall on Sunday.
Walsh takes the MX2 crown
For Searle, it has been damage limitation for half the
rounds as he
Shaun Simpson is hoping to be one of the few British riders in the 2020 FIM Motocross World Championship and is actively planning to establish his own Grand Prix and British Championship race team fielding KTM and WP Suspension equipment. The 31 year old will leave the confines of RFX
One of the best races of the year was the highlight of the MX2 class, while in MX1 Shaun Simpson battled hard to get to the front on the spectacular and revamped Foxhill track for the penultimate Maxxis British championship round. And two-stroke faced four-stroke in the youth races again!
Simpson flies to victory
Shaun Simpson took another double win in the Foxhill Maxxis British championship round, the penultimate round of the series. But Tommy Searle, who started the day 49 points in front but with a broken hand, rode wisely to take third overall.
Searle leads Simpson in moto two
Tommy Searle (BOS Kawasaki) could sew up the MX1 title at round seven of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean at the world-famous Foxhill circuit on Sunday.
The iconic Foxhill track has received a lot of TLC in the month, the Maxxis hardworking team have brought in
Check out our exclusive video edit from the Hawkstone Park Maxxis British championship at the weekend.
With a faster than normal Hawkstone Park circuit for the Maxxis British motocross championship, the fastest men in Britain go for glory once again.After his double mechanical DNF from the last round, Shaun Simpson goes
Kullas has the lead but EBB goes down at the back of the pack
Shaun Simpson made amends for his double DNF at the last
round at Desertmartin by romping to a pair of unchallenged race wins at Hawkstone
Park, round six of the Maxxis British championship.
Simpson takes a look to see where
Shaun Simpson walked away from Hawkstone Park with an impressive 1-1 as did Dylan Walsh in MX2. It was also good to see Jake Nicholls back racing after his injury. Report and images to follow.