The first official race outing for the Crendon Fastrack Honda team ended with a thrilling podium place for British champion Tommy Searle, who came within a few bike lengths of winning the final race in the opening ACU British Motocross championship at Culham in Oxfordshire.
And in the MX2 class,
Tommy Searle got thrown down the Hawkstone track like a ragdoll - then came back to take the overall MX1 win!
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The Crendon Fastrack Honda squad of Tommy Searle, Jake Nicholls and Jay Hague finally managed to get together for a day of testing and riding on their new-look 2021 Honda CRFs this week.
Searle, Hague and Nicholls are team Crendon Fastrack Honda
Riding on a private track, the trio are now making
British champ Tommy Searle has released a new video showing never-seen-before footage of his 2009 season in the USA. Check it out!
British champ Tommy Searle takes his Crendon Fastrack Honda out for a shakedown test in the first of his new Vlogs. Check it out!
Tommy Searle and Jake Nicholls will be joined by Jay Hague in Dave Thorpe's Honda team, which has picked up a new title sponsor called Crendon Fastrack to replace Buildbase which split with the squad at the end of the season.
Searle and Nicholls remain in the MX1 class while 22-year-old
Buildbase Honda’s Tommy Searle secured the MX Nationals MX1 title with a pair of rock-solid rides at the final round of the series at a super-tough FatCat Motoparc to become the only Pro British MX1 champion of 2020.
Tommy’s MX1 team-mate Jake Nicholls was still suffering from a thumb injury
Buildbase Honda’s Tommy Searle secured the MX Nationals MX1 title with a pair of rock-solid rides at the final round of the series at a super-tough FatCat Motoparc on Sunday and in doing so becomes the only Pro British MX1 champion of 2020.
The team celebrate
Competing in the MX2 class for
You can spend a day riding on the Fatcats track alongside British champ Tommy Searle, and his Buildbase Honda team-mates of Jake Nicholls and Steven Clarke, under the watchful eye of triple world champ Dave Thorpe on October 1. With advice and coaching from the team, it'll be a
Tommy Searle maintained his lead at the front of the MX Nationals Pro MX1 Championship chase with a hard-fought second overall at round three of the series at the spectacular Cusses Gorse circuit in Wiltshire on Sunday.
His team-mate Jake Nicholls had a harder time on his CRF450R and had to