Date: 24 March 2016
Following an exciting and well supported opening event in the AMCA Superclass and Youth 85cc/150cc Championship, riders travel to Bromsberrow for round 2 on Easter Sunday, the meeting being promoted by the Kinver MXC.

Two weeks ago the series kicked off at Long Lane and after three hectic moto’s its currently Luke Burton who is leading the chase for the 2016 Superclass crown. Although the smooth and stylish Burton stormed to a maximum points score, he certainly did not have it all his own way with a whole host of determined riders hot on his tail! As the action heats up, currently holding 2nd spot in the standings is the fast starting Jack Cox who on his return from injury appeared to have enough speed to suggest that he is rapidly recovering to top form whilst defending Superclass Champion Richard Cannings is holding 3rd and certainly showing that he is very determined not to relinquish that hard earned crown without a fight! In this Unlimited capacity series and after round one, Andrew Smart, another top performer sits in 4th but the 450F aces are certainly not totally dictating proceedings as the high flying 250F pilots are right on the gas! With a strong showing at Long Lane, Josh Waterman is currently the top 250F rider in a super 6th spot with Luke Mellows in 8th. Other riders to look out for at Bromsberrow include James Dodd, Ryan Crowder, Dean Swift, Bradley Tranter, Jack Gardner, Lewis King and Adam Harris on the 250cc Yamaha two-smoker!Over in the Youth 85cc/150cc Championship, James Hanscomb bagged a maximum at Long Lane, chased home on all three occassions by Lloyd Duggan Thomas. Thes two lads should start as favourites again with Finlay James, Finn Corbijn, Ben Evans and Harry Syson determined to hunt them down and thus remain right in contention for the final honours. The Bromsberrow circuit will be signposted from Junction 2 of the M50 with the closest available postcode being HR8 1PB. 

AMCA Superclass Championship(leading positions after round one)
1 Burton 180 points 2 Cox 162 3 Cannings 141 4 Smart 135 5 Dodd 133 6 Waterman 123 7 Crowder 117 8 Mellows 103 9 Swift 90 10 Tranter 87.
AMCA Youth 85cc/150cc Championship(leading positions after round one)

1 Hanscomb 180 points 2 Duggan-Thomas 162 3 James 147 4 Corbijn 133 5 Evans 129 6 Syson 120 7 Lewis 119 8 Glynn 119 9 Lancelotte 111 10 Boam 101.