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MX Nationals UK series heads to Lyng for round three

MX Nationals UK series heads to Lyng for round three
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After two successful rounds, the Michelin MX Nationals powered by Milwaukee heads to Lyng, Norfolk this weekend and nearer the half way stage of the championship. The Cadders Hill circuit is rich in history and is one of the toughest in the U.K and, no doubt, will once again produce some great racing. With 26 races and 12 different classes over two days of racing there’s plenty of on track action at the MX Nationals and the sand based circuit will definitely add to the challenge.

In the Leatt MX1 Elite championship defending champion Harri Kullas (Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha) will be looking to take the red plate off current series lead Josh Gilbert (SC Sportshomes / Stebbings Car Superstore Husqvarna) as he’s only four points behind and Gilbert will be out of action as he’ll be attending the first round of the AMA Pro Motocross series in California. Teammates Stuart Edmonds and Martin Barr (Apico Husqvarna) are currently tied on points in third and fourth and will be looking to advance with Gilbert out and be top dog in the Apico camp. Tommy Searle (Crendon Fastrack Hitachi Honda) who didn’t make the best of starts in the championship is now starting to claw his back up the leader board and will look to get his first MX Nationals overall win of 2022 as he’s currently in a rich vein of form.

Tom Grimshaw (Chambers Husqvarna) took his first ever pro overall victory last time out at Landrake in the Apico MX2 Elite MX2 and with it the championship lead, so he’ll be keen to do all he can to keep hold of that red plate coming out of Lyng. Last year’s runner up Carlton Husband (Phoenix Tools / Even Strokes Kawasaki) is right there though, only six points back and will be applying as much pressure on Grimshaw as possible. Round one winner Jamie Carpenter (GRT Impact KTM) had a rough ride at Landrake and had to miss the second moto to take a trip to the hospital for a nasty laceration to his upper arm after a first corner crash, so he’ll be determined to get back to winning ways and move up from third on the championship. Calum Mitchell (Fabrican Racing Team), who currently sits in fourth, is no stranger to Lyng and is only seven points behind Carpenter. Two points further back is the hard charging Lewis Hall (LHR Husqvarna) on his 250 2 stroke and he’ll be a threat in the tough, sandy conditions which are more to his liking.

Of course it’s not just about the Elite riders at the MX Nationals, the youth, clubman, amateur and expert classes are the backbone of the championship and provide equally as exciting racing and battle just as hard, as we’ve seen down the years. Once again, you’ll be able to watch all the action on the free to view live stream on MXN TV on Youtube and Facebook. There’ll be continual, uninterrupted coverage covering every race on Sunday from 9.30am.

Advanced spectator and camping tickets are available at www.mxnationals.co.uk priced at £20 for spectating (single cost for both days) and camping at £10 per vehicle and also available on entry at the gate.

Track postcode: NR9 5AL

Current championship standings
 
Leatt Elite MX1
 
1 Josh Gilbert 95
2 Harri Kullas 91
3 Stuart Edmonds 57
4 Martin Barr 57
5 Tommy Searle 50
6 John Adamson 46
7 Glen McCormick 45
8 Petar Petrov 42
9 Jake Millward 41
10 Shaun Simpson 40
 
Apico Elite MX2
 
1 Tom Grimshaw 83
2 Carlton Husband 77
3 Jamie Carpenter  66
4 Calum Mitchell 59
5 Lewis Hall 57
6 Jay Hague 56
7 Jamie Law 55
8 Rossi Beard 46
9 Florien Miot 45
10 Adam Collings 45
 
RFX Expert MX1
 
1 Shaun Southgate 168
2 Jayden Ashwell 166
3 Charlie Putman 151
4 Jordan McCaw 136
5 Richard Bird 116
6 Josh Waterman 112
7 Luke Mellows 87
8 James Dodd 75
9 Jamie Dixon 75
10 Glen Phillips 67
 
RFX Expert MX2
 
1 Louie Kessell 154
2 Josh Coleman 144
3 Bailey Johnson 131
4 Sam Atkinson 122
5 Jack Lindsay 115
6 Jimmy Margetson 113
7 Aaron Ongley 108
8 Ollie Beamish 105
9 Ben Clark 85
10 Kieren Yorke 80
 
Motoverde Amateur MX1
 
1 Harry Bradley  178
2 Billy Wynn 134
3 Joshua McCorkell 121
4 Lewis Taylor 120
5 Aaron Gardiner  118
6 David Rushton 101
7  Callum Gordon 93
8 Ross Millward 81
9 John Kirk 78
10 Dan Holliday  72
 
Motoverde Amateur MX2
 
1 Luca Pegg 185
2 Dan Brough  171
3 Lewis King London 118
4 Logan Wilcox 116
5  Harry Foster 109
6 Alex Buchanan  108
7 Arnis Peberz 94
8 Archie Hicks 93
9 Lewis Glynn 86
10 Sam Ongley 81
 
Worx Sports Insurance Clubman MX1
 
1 Connor Baldry  170
2 Mitch Best  161
3 Billy Saunders 128
4 Grant Martin 120
5 Adam Reeve 112
6 James Thomson 99
7 Michael Graham 94
8 Ivan Kerr 92
9 Keaton Stewart 78
10 Ash Senior  71
 
Moto Connection Clubman MX2
 
1 Ben Wainwright 161
2 Richy Roberts 125
3 Matthew Pocock 124
4 Max Fletcher  117
5 Tom Haddock 105
6 George Boyce 91
7 Toby Lightbown 81
8 Ryan Gardiner 78
9 Charlie West 78
10  Mitchil Collins 72
 
Seven Youth 250cc
 
1 Tyler Westcott 197
2 Jak Taylor 163
3 Bayliss Utting 140
4 Hudson Roper 132
5 Finlay Evans 117
6 Harvey Cashmore 109
7 Aria Elcock 104
8 Seth Manners 89
9 Mckenzie Marshall 88
10 Leon Williams 85
 
Seven Youth 125cc
 
1 Charlie Heyman 200
2 Ollie Colmer 166
3 Tyla Hooley 136
4 Ben Mustoe 130
5 Leon Ongley  112
6 Joe Brookes 88
7 Charlie Griffiths 88
8 Kayde Rayns 87
9 Cole McCullogh 82
10 Raife Broadley  76
 
Syntol Lubricants BW85cc
 
1 Billy Askew 183
2 Josh Vail 170
3 Jake Walker 145
4 Charlie Richmond 128
5 Ollie Bubb 123
6 Ryan Waggott 116
7  Chester Hyde 104
8 Freddie Gardiner 103
9 Gus Mustoe 76
10 Issac Ash 75
 
Syntol Lubricants SW85cc
 
1 Archie Jay Girdham 197
2 Alfie Geddes Green 166
3 Blake Ward Clarke 152
4 Hayden Statt 150
5 Joel Winstanly Dawson 123
6 Lucus Moncrieff 117
7 Finlay Pickering 110
8 Danny Flude 104
9 Maison Jones 87
10 Ryan Clift 74
 

Words: Press Release

Pic: Elliot Spencer. 

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