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The MX2 Action at Lyng was Hot

A tough opening round at Culham in March challenged the riders within the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship due to overnight rain; however Lyng in April would end up being the total opposite. As the championship moved to Norfolk for round two of the 2017 season Norfolk was basking in the full sunshine and temperatures was sky high. The sandy nature of the Lyng circuit is normally a challenge (more…)

Searle Seals MX1 Championship Lead at Lyng

2015 Champion Shaun SimpsonCadders Hill, Lyng was the venue to open the 2016 Maxxis British Motocross Championship on the 20 March 2016 with the sand based track an extreme test for the MX1 boys after a long winter. As a few of the front runners were fresh from two World Championship rounds in Qatar and Thailand, all eyes were going to be on the reigning double champion and the Wilvo Virus Performance KTM of Shaun Simpson. Starting (more…)

Suffolk Success Gives Anstie Control of MX2

Blaxhall could be the round that Max Anstie became Championship leaderFour Rounds had so far passed in the 2015 Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship and when the action reached the Suffolk track of Blaxhall, the lead of the MX2 championship looked poised to swing in the direction of Max Anstie. Ever since the Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki MXGP rider joined the series at Lyng following injury, Anstie had blitzed the competition, securing six wins from six races, before (more…)

Winter Training Works Wonders for Murphy

Qualifying Pole man, Dean ColhounThe opening round of the ACU British Quad Championship started proceedings at the 2015 Hawkstone International for qualifying at 9:00am but conditions weren’t as predicted. With the forecast saying cloud with sunshine, thirty-nine riders were faced with awful fog conditions on a very damp sandy Hawkstone Park track. With five to six laps predicted during the fifteen minute session, all eyes were on (more…)

Herlings Steals the Show at Hawkstone International

2014 MX1 Favourite Tommy SearleOn the horizon was the start of the World Motocross Championships, but before that, Hawkstone Park in Shrewsbury hosted the HIMX. The annual season opener to the outdoor scene in the United Kingdom is one of the biggest pre-season International events on the calendar, attracting major teams and riders from the World Championship, as well as the British Motocross series. With classes for MX1 and MX2, (more…)