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Nicholls In Control of MX1 After Canada Heights

The British weather has unfortunately been unkind to the Maxxis British Motocross Championship in 2018 as after the cancellation of Lyng in early March, the competitors had to suffer horrendous conditions at Culham Moto Park on 1st April 2018. With Culham becoming the opening round of the championship, this meant Canada Heights would take the slot of round two in what would be much warmer April conditions. (more…)

Locals go to war in BSB

The 2018 Bennetts British Superbikes Championship (BSB) headed south from Donington Park to Brands Hatch for their first of three visits for round two of the season and it appeared that local knowledge could favour the leading two. After a rain affected opening round at Donington Park, young gun Bradley Ray (Buildbase Suzuki) headed to his local circuit as the rider to beat after taking a superb double (more…)

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…)

WSBK Success for Sykes on Home Soil

2013 Double Winner Tom Sykes was Donington FavouriteIn being the only venue to host a British round of the 2014 eni FIM World Superbike Championship, Donington Park was the place to be on the May Bank Holiday. Kawasaki’s Tom Sykes was the defending champion, as well as one of the stars of 2014, but the atmosphere was electric in Leicestershire, with the 2014 season housing not one, but five British hopefuls, all looking to put their name on the 2014 (more…)