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Weekend watch: National championships galore

Weekend watch: National championships galore

There’s LOTS of racing to keep in the loop with over the weekend!

  • AMA Supercross RD10 – Indianapolis

The tenth round of the AMA Supercross series heads to Indianapolis this weekend. Can Jett win again in the 450SX and start to really dominate or can someone else step up? In the 250SX class, can Vialle make it three in a row in what is an exciting championship battle.

The opening round of the Dutch Masters takes places at sandy, Harfsen. The MX1 class has a nice entry list with the likes of Herlings, Vlaanderen and Febvre in action. MX2 sees Liam Everts return, Rick Elzinga, Hakon Osterhagen and Hakon Fredriksen go up against a lot of EMX talent.

There will be more eyes on the Italian championship than usual this weekend because Ducati will make their Motocross debut. Alessandro Lupino will be racing and against some tough opposition: Pancar, Monticelli and Gifting to name a few. A good first test and Mantova should get rough as well so perfect MXGP conditions.

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The French elite series was set to get underway a few weeks ago and had a superb entry list for the opening round at Lacapelle-Marival but after terrible weather, they had to cancel the event. Guillod, Horgmo and Aranda will go at it in the MX1 class with the MX2 class having lots of young talent entered such as Grau, Guyon, the Reisulis’ and Valin to name a few.

The first couple of Spanish championships have seen some good wildcards. The likes of Mattia Guadagnini, Josh Gilbert, Jorge Prado and Ruben Fernandez have done a round each but for round three it’s mainly just the Spanish regulars again. British talent, Joe Brookes will race the MX2 class though as he prepares for the EMX250 opener.

  • Scottish Championship RD1 – Tain

It might not be a British Championship but there’s still some racing in the UK this weekend as the Scottish championship gets underway. There’s a chance some of the top English riders could travel to race as well with no British Championship racing on. Tain is known to get very tough so is a good test for the riders.

Words: Andy McKinstry

Image: Ducati