It's one of the most historic motocross tracks on earth and every year attracts thousands of riders - from world and AMA champions to local heroes.
With every bike racing made in the last millennium, there are everything from genuine factory two-strokes and four-strokes to home-made specials.
Team USA's Mike Brown, Ivan
Seven-times British champion Kurt Nicoll has revealed the machine he'll race at the tenth Anniversary Vets des Nations at Farleigh Castle in September - a fully restored replica of his 1992 KTM 500 factory racer.
The bike was unveiled yesterday in front of the cameras of MotoHead - and ITV television
Ryan Hughes is back for the 10th anniversary Vets Nations at Farleigh Castle on September 8-9 and will be riding his 1994 Pro Circuit Kawasaki KX 125 wearing his cool Splitfire gear and helmet!
The bike is Chuck Davies' very special KX125 which has had support from Pro Circuit boss Mitch
The South African team headed by Nev Bradshaw made a bid to get on the podium at the Vets MX of Nations at Farleigh Castle, and this TV documentary shows how they did. Filmed by MotoHead for the South African Ignition TV channel, it's been shown more than half a
Check out Brad Anderson coolly rolling to the Farleigh Castle start line on his 1989 Honda CR500, using his heel to activate the start device, then pulling a holeshot and lapping the historic track. No music, just the sweet sound of the EMX300 champion on a big-bore smoker!
Old bikes, ridden by racers old and young from all over the world, take to the historic Farleigh Castle circuit for two days of action in the ninth annual Vets des Nations. In sunshine and rain! Check out our official Vets MX des Nations highlights! With Ando's famous Carla-esque stop
Team England of Kurt Nicoll, Brian Wheeler, Tom Church and Mark Eastwood lead the Evo class in the Vets MX des Nations at Farleigh Castle after the opening day. With around 600 riders competing in perfect conditions, the track roughed up well and provided great racing as Team USA held
Former world champion Alex Puzar is out of next weekend's Vets Nations at Farleigh Castle after breaking his hand in a crash.
It's a huge blow for the man who was aiming to ride this weekend's Vets world championship in Assen on a modern bike then the Vets Nations on a
Newly-crowned American 250 Supercross champ Zach Osborne will race in the Vets Nations at Farleigh Castle on September 16-17, event organisers have announced.
Husky ace Osborne, who bulldozed rival Joey Savatgy out of the last corner at the recent Las Vegas Supercross to take the title and was fined $7500 for