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Foxhill Revo British championship info

Saturday is the day for the fourth round of the Revo British championship at Foxhill. Here’s all the info you need… And remember ten-times world champ Stefan Everts will be riding a demo lap too!

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The circuit is situated off junction 14 West of the M4. Follow signs to Bishopstone where the venue will be sign posted from there.

The lowland track of Foxhill is notorious for its gorge like terrain. The track is a test of control and ability for the riders not only in speed but in handling too. This round of the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship Fuelled by Gulf Race Fuels will see the SW85, BW85, MXY2, MX2 and MX1 classes compete for more points on the Championship table.
The SW85 previously at Canada Heights showed us what the future of MX looks like. Reece Jones, although not seen on the podium at Canada Heights remains leader of the class, 5 points ahead of Drew stock in second place. Cole Mccullough cannot be ruled of the of the running, although holding the greatest number of wins in the class Drew and Reece stay consistent and hold the top positions. Freddie Gardiner winner of the latest race holds fourth position in the overall championship table. Regardless of the top runners, underdog Gus Mustoe took home 1st place trophy over the weekend at Canada Heights. 
Ben Mustoe, current leader of the BW85 class showed up this last event at Canada Heights as he walked away with the gold trophy and red plate. Ben has created a 13-point gap between himself and Tyla Hooley who, in previous rounds, was a competitor for first place Ben, however at the most recent round proves not to be, despite this he still remains in second place and a hot contender for championship winner. Billy Askew was third on the podium at Canada heights, his results are showing a great improvement at each round of the Championship as he has his first win at the previous round winning the second race of the day. 
Ollie Colmer from the 125cc class was seen back in first place on the podium at this most recent round of the championship after taking a dip into second at Lyng he was back on top taking home the red plate once again at Canada Heights. Ollie has now created 31 point lead ahead of Bailey Johnstone who is another rider showing great strides of improvement, being disqualified in the very first race of the championship and making his way up the table throughout the rounds to now remains in second place ahead of James Barker who was missed on the podium at Canada Heights. Underdog Charlie Palmer who is 8th overall took home a 3rd place trophy at Canada Heights and now poses himself as a contender for the championship title.
Jude Morris stole the show in the open class at the last round at Canada Heights, he took home a full run of gold. Whilst remaining second in the championship table he now poses a threat to class leader Alfie Jones with only 19 points between them it will only take one race to change it all. Although Jude stole the show at the past round Alfie was not letting him get away that easy as he was on his tail in second place both races. Wildcard rider Ben Clark took third position on the podium at Canada Heights. Sam Atkinson, although missing from the podium remains in third place in the overall standings.
MX2 rider Conrad Mewse broke his flying streak of gold at Canada Heights at the last round although picking himself up in the second race his points dropped during the first, nevertheless Mewse ended up on the podium in third position. Although the setback in race one he is still 41 points ahead of second and third place in the overall standings, leaving him plenty of space for a mistake. Ashton Dickinson wound up in first place on the podium at Canada Heights after winning the first race although tied in points with Adamson he remains second in the overall standings. Back from his wrist surgery Wilson Todd claimed second on the podium at Canada heights putting himself back in the running for champion.
After the whirlwind at Lyng for the MX1 class the fight continues between the top riders. There is no distinct leader in this class and although Searle sits at the top of his class there’s only a 4-point difference between him and Dylan Walsh. Second place rider Dylan Walsh managed to get his first win under his belt in the second race at Canada Heights, something that Searle is yet to do. Winner of the first Race Jake Milward is slowly making his way up the table and is now becoming a rival for the top position In the Championship.