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Herlings to race Canada Heights British round

Five-time World Champion Jeffrey Herlings will take on round two of the British championship at Canada Heights on the 26th May. He raced the opener at Lyng, sharing a win and a second with Conrad Mewse. This appearance is thanks to Stebbings Car Superstore and Sidcup and District MCC who

Try-outs for Team GB’s Junior world squad

Take a behind-the-scenes look as the Team GB Junior World programme enjoyed a positive start to its 2024 campaign when the first training session of the new season took place at a muddy Doncaster Moto Parc (DMP) . The 2024 FIM Junior Motocross World Championship will be held at the

Foxhill hosts Vintage World Cup in July

The FIM Vintage Motocross World Cup 2024 will be staged at the iconic Foxhill circuit in Great Britain over the weekend of 13-14 July, when a new World Cup Winner in FIM Vintage Motocross will be crowned. A one-off event for 2024, it is open to riders aged thirty-five to sixty-five who will

DRT Kawasaki starts UK season with moto win

Having a strong history of DRT competing with an American in the UK with Jack's trainer, Zach Osborne who claimed the 2010 British Champion title, Jack Chambers started out perfectly with a holeshot and a win in race one in the first round of the Dirtstore MXGB British Championship took

Lyng British championship highlights

Watch the MotoHead highlights edits from both the MX1 and MX2 classes from the opening British championship round at wet Lyng... right here! Sit back and enjoy the hardcore aces tackling the tough, muddy conditions and listen to what the podium men in both classes had to say. Including Jeffrey Herlings

Barr heads Apico Honda assault at Lyng

The new-look Dirt Store British Motocross Championship was held at Lyng last weekend to kickstart the 2024 season. The 2-day format of the event allowed the team time to socialise and have a meal Saturday evening before getting an early night for Sunday’s racing. There were no surprises with the

Dutch duo dominate Lyng British opener

Jeffrey Herlings took the MX1 honours while fellow Dutchman Cas Valk claimed the MX2 overall in the wet and muddy British championship opener at Lyng. But they didn't have it easy. Mewse won race 1 In the MX1 class, Conrad Mewse took the holeshot and led every lap of the first moto.

Herlings heads Lyng entry list

Five times world champ Jeffrey Herlings brings his factory KTM to Lyng for the opening British championship round tomorrow where he'll face last year's champ Conrad Mewse, plus Josh Gilbert, Carlton Husband, Billy Mackenzie and more. And in the MX2 class, GP regulars Jack Chambers brings his Bike It KX250 with

All the action from the Foxhill Fastest 40

After Mother Nature postponed the opening meeting, round one of the Motul Fastest 40, powered by Michelin series took place last weekend at the iconic and historic Foxhill Moto Parc in Wiltshire. The tack has been used for many Motocross GPs, and spectacular hills and massive jumps entertained both riders

Rider changes and injury updates

Reigning EMX250 Champion, Andrea Bonacorsi, will step up to the premier class with the Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MXGP Team for the remainder of the 2024 FIM Motocross World Championship season, replacing Maxime Renaux who is currently sidelined through injury. Bonacorsi, alongside Calvin Vlaanderen, will race a YZ450FM in the premier