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Maxxis British Championship heads to Hawkstone

Maxxis British Championship heads to Hawkstone
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This weekend is set to be another fantastic event run by the Salop Club at Hawkstone Park; they have secured the services of the factory Red Bull KTM riders Jeffrey Herlings and Davy Pootjes to race at round four of the Maxxis British Motocross Championship at Hawkstone, SY4 4NA on June 7th.

There is a full grid of riders for the MX1 class, MX2 class and the Veterans class at the historic circuit. The riders have had a long break since the last round at Canada Height and so all are eager to get back out on track.

Lying is third place in the MX1 Championship, Gert Krestinov – Buildbase Honda Racing Team – “I’m excited to be racing at Hawkstone, it is a track where I’ve always had decent results and I am hoping to carry good speed there again and get another podium.”

Fans favourite and currently lying in fifth place in the MX1 Championship Brad Anderson – MBO Power ASA Scaffolding Yamaha Racing  said – “Hawkstone is a fantastic circuit and I can’t wait to get there with my team and hopefully walk away with some good results. I know a lot of people are coming down to watch me so I’ll be looking to put on a good show for them.”

After a stunning show at the British MX GP, top Brit Max Anstie will also be racing at Hawkstone, he led the opening race of the GP for all bar the final two laps, becoming a huge favourite to the fans he is keen for a strong result at Hawkstone Park.

Max Anstie – Monster Energy DRT – “The British GP was something special, I just really wish I’d been able to win the race, the crowd support there was just unreal. I could hear them every lap getting behind me and I hope some of them will be making the trip to Hawkstone for the British round. I really like the track there and can’t wait to get there again.”

Bryan Mackenzie – Pendrich Height Services Kawasaki – “Hawkstone is the next round of the Maxxis British Championship and I’m quietly looking forward to it. Historically it’s an awesome track and it’s one that I like and get on pretty well with. I’ve had a really good start to my season so going to Hawkstone where I’m pretty comfortable, I’m hoping I can keep the consistency of good results coming and push on in the Championship.”

Trade stands are available for the day at Hawkstone Park for £120 plus vat, please contact Martin Beddoes on –

There are a couple of spaces left in the MX1 and MX2 classes, also the Vet Class. It is £120 for MX1 and MX2 entries and they must hold an expert licence and £90 for the Vets class. All entries must apply to Gary Ford on or 07966 367456.

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Tickets cost £20 for Adults and £5 for children under 14 – All tickets are to be bought on the gate only.

Camping is £10 per pitch and open from Saturday the 6th June.

The action kicks off at 09.00 am on Sunday morning – 7th June!



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