Round six of the Maxxis British Motocross championship held at Foxhills near Swindon, Wiltshire this weekend, left the Maxxis Apico Suzuki team with some challenging experiences to overcome, but also gave returning face Lewis Gregory a chance to show he can still be a strong runner.
A great start to the day as Steven Clarke took his best Superpole qualifying position of sixth, putting the team in high spirits. The great gate pick was soon to disappear, as the RM-Z250 rider got boxed in on the start. He then hit a fallen rider putting him to the back of the pack, but pushed on to take 13th at the flag. A mechanical fault would see Clarke not able to start race two, so it was all or nothing in race three, and with a top ten gate, he managed to take eighth position. Read More »
This weekend, the sixth round of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship was held at the hilly Foxhill circuit near Swindon, Wiltshire, where Gordon Crockard showed that his determination was back while Mel Pocock struggled in MX2 with set up issues.
The well-prepared track had riders pushing hard in qualifying, with Crockard on the RM-Z450 taking an eighth and looking like this would be his best weekend yet. Read More »
The Maxxis Apico Suzuki team is delighted to finally welcome New Zealander Kayne Lamont to the team, after a nightmare in securing his visa meant the youngster missed the start of his first full adult season, but now arrives ready to contest the second half of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship and Red Bull Pro National series. Read More »
Sole Maxxis Apico Suzuki rider, Steven Clarke battled to a pair of gritty top-ten finishes at the weekend in round three of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship held at Lyng in Norfolk, as the team were forced to go another weekend without second rider Kayne Lamont, due to continued Visa issues. Read More »
Round three of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship held at Lyng in Norfolk, offered near perfect conditions to the Relentless Suzuki by TAS MX team yesterday, as Mel Pocock set out to improve on his fifth place in the MX2 series standings and Gordon Crockard looked to put his crash at Canada Heights behind him. Read More »
Maxxis Apico Suzuki, rider Steven Clarke, ended round two of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship full of optimism yesterday, as the RM-Z250 rider progressed steadily through race day, moving up the order to finish in eighth overall. Read More »
The second round of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship held at the legendary Canada Heights circuit in Kent, delivered highs and lows to the Relentless Suzuki by TAS Team yesterday, as MX2 protagonist Mel Pocock ended his day with a promising sixth overall, but teammate Gordon Crockard ended his in hospital. Read More »
The opening round of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship proved to be a tough start for the new-look Maxxis Apico Suzuki Team at the weekend, after visa problems prevented Kayne Lamont from entering the country and racing, leaving Steven Clarke as sole team rider at the Little Silver track near Exeter in Devon. Read More »
The familiar names of Relentless and TAS returned to motocross at the weekend with a bang, as the Relentless Suzuki by TAS MX Team of Gordon Crockard and Mel Pocock brought home strong overall results at the opening round of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship held at Little Silver, near Exeter.
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A combination of familiar names will return to motocross this weekend, as the Relentless Suzuki by TAS Team make their Maxxis British Motocross Championship debut at the Little Silver race track, near Exeter in Devon, with riders Gordon Crockard and Mel Pocock looking to start their seasons off in the best way possible. Read More »