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Sterry and Mewse in for MX Nationals

KTM’s GP duo of Adam Sterry and Conrad Mewse are making a rare UK appearance in tomorrow’s MX Nationals at Landrake. With no British championship rounds this year and the other Pro Nationals clashing with GP dates, it’s an opportunity for them to race on home soil.

Bobryshev was styling

Sterry rode his 450 Hitachi KTM in this evening’s Pro free practice before tomorrow’s racing, and many of the top men also took the chance to put in some laps on the rutted circuit.

The track is prime, as Josh Gilbert leaps uphill

Also putting in some quick laps were Tommy Searle, Jake Nicholls, Steven Clarke, Brad Anderson, Lewis Tombs, Evgeny Bobryshev, Joel Rizzi, Josh Gilbert, Taylor Hammal, Jake Millward, Brent Van Doninck, Carlton Husband, Stu Edmonds and Dan Thornhill.

Ando is battling with a hurt shoulder

Dylan Walsh, on the 450 Redline MSR Honda, was on hand but chose not to ride, as did Conrad Mewse.

Tombs almost keeps both feet on the pegs this time

Ando, the sole two-stroke rider out in practice, was seeing if he was fit enough to ride after hurting his shoulder this week. He completed the session so looks fit enough to race on Sunday.

Millward is looking confident
Kullas you like!
Searle is on top form and looking fast
Bobby pushing on
Van Doninck is new to the track but got in the groove
Clarkey is aiming to take MX2 honours
Carlton Husband flies through the Cornish air
Edmonds lights up the rear