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Another Foxhills blow as MX Nationals moves

The once-popular Foxhills tracks has had another blow as the MX Nationals is to move a round from there to a brand new track. The official info says:

The team at MX Nationals are pleased to announce another brand new circuit on the Nationals calendar.

Round 6 of the series, due to be held at Foxhill, will now be held at a new circuit near Devizes in Wiltshire, still on the 12th/13th August. The new circuit will be known as Crookwood Motoparc.

MX Nationals track builder Alfie Smith has been on site for a week already and the track is coming together nicely and looks to be another great addition to the championship.

We will be posting a video of a full lap next week when the circuit nears completion, but until then here is a teaser.

The last round of the season was due to be held at Foxhill Motoparc near Swindon on the 12/13th August. After several visits to the circuit over the last months we have decided that it is not up to the standard required for an MX Nationals meeting.

Alfie Smith – AS17, Neil Irwin – Mx Nationals, Tim Truman- Crookwood Motoparc.

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