VMXdN Foxhill fever strikes again

The Wright Engineering National team race is lining up to be the a who’s who of British Motocross. The latest team to enter is no different! VMXdN Foxhill are delighted to announce the Generate/Store 114 Team, headed by Team Manager Kieran Lewis. Kieran has over 30 years of experience in the sport, from riding and racing to supporting many top riders with his drinks company, Generate.

Scott Probert caught the VMXdN fever last year and returned behind the gate in 2022 after a decade away from riding. He is looking forward to this year’s event on board a CR500. Probert is a former top schoolboy rider. He transitioned into the adult ranks riding British, European & World Championship events for top teams such as Wulfsport Honda, LPE Kawasaki & Relentless Suzuki.

Steven Clarke promised he would be back, and true to his word, he is. Last year, he raced VMXdN Foxhill on his ally frame conversion CR500, nicknamed “Frank”, short for Frankenstein. This year on board 2000 CR500. After winning a youth World motocross championship, Clarke moved across the pond. He achieved Top 10 results in AMA, SX & MX. He then returned to Europe to win an EMX 250 title and narrowly missed out on a British MX2 title due to a bike failure in the final round.

2005 FIM 85cc World Champion

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2009 AMA 250 East Coast 9th

2009 AMA 250 National 12th

2011 & 2012 AUS SX 4th

2014 EMX 250 Champion

2016 British MX2 Vice-champion

Do you remember Steve? Jordan Booker’s famous machine from VMXdN Foxhill 2022. Booker, a prominent schoolboy talent, cut his teeth racing in the UK alongside America’s most prestigious amateur events. Once in the pro ranks riding for HM Plant KTM, he showed his potential further. Nowadays, Jordan has found his niche with a big following on social media and riding anything with 2 wheels in the coolest locations. The only question is – will Steve be making a re-appearance?

These three guys have a bucket load of talent, and we have no doubt they will also bring a lot of fun to VMXdN Foxhill on the August bank holiday weekend (August 24th – 28th, 2023). That’s what VMXdN Foxhill is all about great racing, a fun weekend, and good old-school motocross!

The gates open at midday on Thursday, August 24th. Alongside the racing action, there is plenty to keep you entertained with nights of live music, a trade village and a beer tent.

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We highly recommend that you pre-book tickets and camping passes asap.

Saturday, Sunday, and Weekend Tickets and Camping Passes are available via the link https://vmxdnfoxhill2023.eventbrite.co.uk

Words: Press Release

Image: Simon Mitchell