In the 2021 AMCA British Motocross Championship powered by Datatag and supported by Dunlop, it’s certainly beginning to get very interesting at the top end of the respective title tables following Sunday’s round four hosted by the Mid Cheshire MXC on a simply brutal Norley circuit. And in MX2 it’s fast becoming particularly intriguing as just one single point separates FUS Marsh MX Husqvarna teammates Nev Bradshaw and Shane Carless. In the other hotly disputed classes it’s Ashley Greedy (LHRT Kawasaki), Kieran Banks (Meredith MX Fantic), Phil Mercer (FUS Marsh MX Husqvarna), Andrew Watkins (MDMX Apico Racing KTM), Oliver Rigby (Edge-One Motocross KTM) and Oakley Kettle (Rikki Priest Academy KTM) leading the way.
Five races creating separate overall results for both Saturday and Sunday was the format used for the first ever AMCA British Motocross Championship ‘Double Header’ weekend. With the chosen venue being Warmingham Lane in Cheshire, the event was to create plenty of thrills, spills and dramatic moments to keep everyone entertained.
Hosted by the very hard working Teme Valley MXC, Boraston in Shropshire was the venue for the eagerly awaited opening round of the AMCA British Motocross Championship powered by Datatag and supported by Dunlop. With all the classes stacked full of quality, the typically unpredictable British weather though failed to play ball and read the good times script!! Following 24 hours of almost continuous rain, the circuit had become an absolute quagmire thus even creating doubt amongst some riders if the event would be able to go ahead!