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UPDATE: 2023 Revo British MX Championship Calendar Released in Full

RHL Activities have released, for the first time, the full 2023 calendar for the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship. Hawkstone Park will return to the calendar in the middle of June after several years of not being part of the Official ACU British Championship.  The popular Schoolhouse circuit in County Durham replaces Whitby, and at an earlier date.  Sadly for British fans this is the same weekend as the Birmingham round of the World Supercross Championship, although the two events are about 200 miles apart.

Words: Ben Rumbold / Press Release | Featured Image: RHL Activities

RHL’s Press Release reads as follows:

The Official ACU British Motocross Championship will get underway on Sunday 19th March at the newly developed circuit of Oakhanger in Hampshire, where riders will be greeted with a Dutch style motocross track.

(As part of my upcoming role of commentary on the Michelin MX Nationals, as well as the Revo British Championship, yours truly recorded a video tour of the facility for the Livestream, to use as a comparison. When it says “Dutch style”, think Lierop or Markelo – in and around a great wooded area with proper beach-style sand. It looks like being an absolute corker of a venue and when built should be massively popular. All your fantasies about blasting a bike through your nearest set of woods will be met with this one!  It’s a stunning new venue.)

The Championship will then return to the popular venues of Canada Heights, Lyng, Foxhill and Blaxhall.

After a few years off the British Championship calendar, Hawkstone Park will host the first two-day event in June where the 65cc, Small Wheel 85cc and WMX classes will join for the remainder of the season.

The July round will now take place on 1st & 2nd July at another new venue to the series, Schoolhouse in County Durham. This venue has undergone extensive works during last summer by ex-British Championship competitor and well known for his work designing and building tracks, Johnny Douglas Hamilton from Terraforma.

The final round of the 2023 season will take place at Oxford Moto Park which was built in 2022 for the final round of the Michelin MX Nationals UK and provides numerous table tops, step ups, rollers, bowl tears and more.

19th March – Oakhanger
2nd April – Canada Heights
23rd April – Lyng
14th May – Foxhill
28th May – Blaxhall
17th & 18th June – Hawkstone Park
1st & 2nd July – Schoolhouse *
9th & 10th September – Oxford Moto Park

*Subject to Contract & ACU Approval