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MAXXIS British Championship Entry List

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What are your thoughts? Should we be going back to the fastest 40 riders on the line through qualification? Support races for those who don’t make it and more races for the paying public?

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Rider

Team Name

Bike

3 Tony Craig Mickey Oats Motorcycles Honda
5 Josh Waterman Dyer & Butler Suzuki
6 Brad Tomlin (Reserve) G H Motorcycles Yamaha
8 Stephen Sword Tyco Suzuki by TAS Suzuki
14 Brad Cavill (Reserve) S J Hodder Ltd Honda
17 Jason Dougan Route 77 Energy MVRD Honda Honda
18 Josh Spinks Redline KTM UK KTM
20 Harry McKenna Buff Honda Honda
22 Kevin Strijbos HM Plant KTM UK KTM
24 Shaun Simpson Monster Energy Bike it Yamah… Yamaha
25 Jamie Law D 3 Racing KTM
26 Aston Bird Gateway Kawasaki Kawasaki
27 Lewis Gregory Apico Suzuki Suzuki
31 Alex Snow Oakleaf Kawasaki Kawasaki
33 Wayne Garrett JAR Honda Honda
35 John May St Blazey MX Honda
36 Matthew Moffat Team Dean Moff Star Racing KTM
37 Gert Krestinov Maxxis Henderson LPE Kawasak… Kawasaki
38 Daniel Hutchinson Bikesport Newcastle KTM
41 Alfie Smith JK Rinaldi Yamaha Yamaha
42 Nathann Parker Team STR KTM KTM
50 Martin Barr Maxxis Henderson LPE Kawasak… Kawasaki
51 Luke Blanchard (Reserve) Yamaha
90 Michael Mahon VMX KTM KTM
91 Mattis Karro Team STR KTM KTM
106 Will Worden Gibbs Performance
111 Kelvin Townsend (Reserve) Suzuki
118 Jamie Smith Regent Motocross Honda
129 Ross Hill Danger UK Suzuki
180 Maarten Cremers Phoenix Tools Honda Racing Honda
190 Luke Benstead Colchester Kawasaki Kawasaki
212 Marc De Reuver Lanes Kawasaki Kawasaki
221 George Baldwin (Reserve) GB MX Racing Honda
227 Kristian Whatley PAR Honda Honda
293 Ryan McLean Yamaha
295 Ross Rutherford Bikesport Newcastle Honda
311 Lewis King TM UK TM
331 Ashley Greedy TM UK TM
355 Ross Flashman (Reserve) Colin Flashman Motorcycles Honda
438 Jackson Evans Phoenix Tools Honda Racing Honda
700 Sam Simmons Motoward Yamaha Yamaha
701 Dorron Coutts PAR Honda Honda
704 Ashley Wilde Sandbach Scrap Metal Kawasaki
731 Jake Shipton (Reserve) Poole Yamaha Yamaha
911 Peter Mitchell Rockstar KTM KTM

MX2

5 Graeme Irwin Samsung Yamaha Yamaha
7 Arnaud Tonus Monster Energy Bike it Yamah… Yamaha
11 Matt Burrows SBW Honda Honda
12 Luke Hawkins Apico Suzuki Suzuki
19 Ryan Houghton Buildbase Honda Racing Honda
24 Luke Remmer (Reserve) MX Protech Yamaha
26 Carlton Husband (Reserve) Dixon Racing Academy Yamaha
44 Elliott Banks Browne HM Plant KTM UK KTM
50 Sean Mitchell HM Plant KTM UK KTM
51 Alan Keet Dyer & Butler Suzuki
63 Jordan Divall Evotech Stevens Honda Honda
66 Lewis Tombs John Banks Honda Honda
68 Shane Carless Rockstar KTM KTM
71 Alexander Eriksson Twisted 7 Kawasaki Team Gre… Kawasaki
73 Luke Norris MNE Kawasaki Kawasaki
87 Michael McCammond (Reserve) JAR Honda Honda
92 James Dodd Oakleaf Kawasaki Kawasaki
99 Nathan Watson PAR Honda Honda
100 David Goosen Maxxis Henderson LPE Kawasak… Kawasaki
111 Ray Rowson Maxxis Henderson LPE Kawasak… Kawasaki
114 Jordon Booker Buildbase Honda Racing Honda
119 Mel Pocock Monster Energy Bike it Yamah… Yamaha
121 Bryan MacKenzie Rockstar KTM KTM
125 Mark Perfect (Reserve) Rockstar KTM KTM
131 Nicolas Aubin Buildbase Honda Racing Honda
141 Damon Strydom (Reserve) Apico Suzuki Suzuki
144 Luke Mellows Meredith MX Suzuki
151 Matt Bayliss Wooldridge / Helyar MX Honda
162 Stuart Edmonds Tyco Suzuki by TAS Suzuki
177 Sunny Thompson Lanes Kawasaki Kawasaki
200 James Dunn HM Plant KTM UK KTM
214 Lewis Trickett (Reserve) Twisted 7 Pro Circuit Monste… Kawasaki
271 Tom Kelly Rev Racing Honda Honda
272 Neville Bradshaw Evotech Stevens Honda Honda
303 Jake Millward Oakleaf Kawasaki Kawasaki
321 Bradley Pocock Route 77 Energy MVRD Honda Honda
338 Zach Osborne Monster Energy Bike it Yamah… Yamaha
356 Anthony Reville Rev Racing Honda Honda
444 Jim Davies TM UK TM
511 Kieran Scheele Dirtbike Gym Eastwood Honda Honda
571 Ryan Pottenger (Reserve) TM UK TM
685 Steven Lenoir Samsung Yamaha Yamaha
711 James Cottrell Pulse DB Racing Honda
811 Adam Sterry PAR Honda Honda
871 Connor Walkley Maxxis Henderson LPE Kawasak… Kawasaki

MXY2

3 Christopher Bayliss Wooldridge / Helyar MX Honda
5 Ben Howell KTM
6 Gradie Featherstone WPR KTM Team KTM
10 Oliver Osmaston MXW Racing Honda
11 Sam Winterburn Yamaha
14 Daniel Maxey Kawasaki
17 Fraser Wakeford Dixon Racing Academy Yamaha
18 Ryan Monckton Honda
19 Jamie Ellis Honda
20 Alec Carefoot Carefoot PLC Honda
23 Luke Newman Kawasaki
34 Liam Knight Mavrick Racing KTM
44 Simon Booth Hammond Racing Suzuki
54 Joe Bamfield Samsung Yamaha Yamaha
69 Jacob Joyce Bubblitex KTM
74 Jordan Martin Yamaha
77 Arminuas Jasikonis Route 77 Energy KTM
84 Connor Clark Grizzly Racing.NL KTM
92 Jordan McClelland JRM Pallet Solutions Suzuki
94 Zac Wood Bikesport Newcastle Kawasaki
95 Dan Thornhill Suzuki GB Youth Team Suzuki
99 Ben Watson PAR Honda Honda
100 James Rutter Spectrum Hose Honda
102 James white TMC Moto X Honda
108 Oliver Townsend N P Racing Honda
111 Lloyd Pettett Motocross Racing Services Honda
114 Robert Davidson Honda
117 Mark Carvill Carvill Developments Ltd Kawasaki
122 Jonathan Cole (Reserve) Dextra Crescent Suzuki
131 Jack Gardner MX Racing KTM
148 Michael Eccles WPR KTM Team KTM
152 Matthew Callaghan (Reserve) Honda
153 James Harrison Lanes Kawasaki Kawasaki
179 Duarte Claro (Reserve) KTM
311 Jack Kelly Malin Honda Honda
313 Murray Clunie Scorpion Site Services KTM
337 Glen McCormick WATT Kawasaki
360 Nathan Dixon Feehily MX Honda
511 Jay Lamb KTM
591 William Wall (Reserve) Honda
681 Tommy Alba Oakleaf Kawasaki Kawasaki
714 Brad Todd Rev Racing Honda Honda
735 Dima Fricks (Reserve) Motoward Yamaha Yamaha
888 Conor Campbell Yamaha
994 Damon Brooks Kawasaki UK Kawasaki
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Impressive Second for Benistant at MXGP of Trentino as Bonacorsi Delivers Career-Best Result

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Monster Energy Yamaha Factory MX2’s Thibault Benistant returned to form at round four of the MX2 World Championship with an impressive runner-up finish at the MXGP of Trentino. Adding to the team’s success in Pietramurata, Italy, was Andrea Bonacorsi, who delivered a stunning career-best result of sixth overall in front of his home crowd. At the same time, Rick Elzinga put in a hard-charge for ninth overall.

In Race One, Benistant got off to a great start and ran third before passing Sascha Coenen on Lap 12. Continuing to ride with a high pace, the French sensation closed in on the eventual race winner, Kay de Wolf, during the final laps of the race and crossed the line just under four seconds adrift of victory.

Another strong start in Race Two saw Benistant quickly engage in a battle for a place on the podium. Holding fifth until just past the halfway point of the race, Benistant capitalised on a mistake by Mikkel Haarup and moved into fourth. From there, the 198 chased home his teammate Bonacorsi and secured fourth for second overall. As a result, he has regained third position in the MX2 Championship Standings.

Bonacorsi, spurred on by his passionate home crowd, delivered a career-best race and overall result in Pietramurata. Despite having a rider fall in front of him at turn one, the 20-year-old put in a spirited ride through the field to finish 12th in Race One.

In Race Two, ‘Bona’ emerged from the first corner in second and immediately gave chase to the early leader. After slipping to third on lap seven, he maintained his impressive pace and kept the position to the flag. Following his breakout ride, Bonacorsi maintains 12th in the championship chase, but has closed the gap to the top 10.

One week on from his impressive sixth-place finish in Sardinia, Elzinga carried that same speed and momentum into round four and placed fourth in Race One. An unfortunate crash at the start of Race Two gave the Dutchman a lot of work to do on a circuit that proved challenging to pass on. Maintaining his razor sharp focus, the 44 fought back to 13th, which was enough to maintain ninth position in the MX2 Championship Standings.

The next round of the FIM Motocross World Championship will take place in Agueda, Portugal, on the weekend of May 5th.

Click here for all the results from the MXGP of Trentino.

Thibault Benistant

 2nd MXGP of Trentino, 40-points

 3rd MX2 Championship Standings, 148-points

“It wasn’t an easy weekend for me despite being on the box. I rode well, but there is still room for improvement and to show what I am really capable of. I know my speed can be better. Of course, I’m happy to finally be on the podium for the first time this year; it’s a big step in the right direction. But I want more, so we will keep working. It’s still a long season.”

Andrea Bonacorsi

 6th MXGP of Trentino, 29-points

 12th MX2 Championship Standings, 83-points

“Today I was able to show what I can do with a good start. I know I can run up front in MX2 and I proved that I can in race two. I’m really proud of myself with sixth overall and now we’ll keep working and focus on the next race in Portugal.”

Rick Elzinga

 9th MXGP of Trentino, 26-points

 9th MX2 Championship Standings, 110-points

“I’m not a ‘hard-pack’ rider, but I tend to ride well here. I felt good on the bike all weekend and put in a really good ride in Race One after making a mistake. I really pushed and made it all the way up to fourth. So, I was happy with that. In the second one I had another good start but in turn one a few of us crashed and my bike got tangled with another rider. It took two laps to catch the pack, but I kept pushing and ended up in 13th. My speed is good, and I’m happy with my riding, so we’ll keep working ahead of Portugal.”

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The MX Vice SMX Review Show Episode #22 – Lars Lindstrom

HRC Boss talks about their amazing 2023 season

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In 2023, MX Vice is running a regular SMX Review show, where we talk all things AMA, frequently with a star guest or pundit. This time Ben & Brad are joined by Honda HRC USA Team Manager Lars Lindstrom, talking about the red team’s amazing 2023 season, his time as Chad Reed’s mechanic, and his riders’ plans for the Motocross of Nations!


Images: HRC Honda


Lars (crouching with his arm on the front fender) has enjoyed a great year with his team in 2023

Massive thanks to Lars for joining us and we wish you and your team all the best for the rest of the year!

This podcast was recorded prior to the Washougal National, so apologies for the delay and for the few sound issues.  None of these were caused by Lars or his systems. Enjoy the podcast!



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Live Results – AMA Pro Motocross Round 6 – Southwick

Practice Times & Race Results from The Wick

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The action is underway at Southwick for round six of the AMA Pro Motocross series. Will Jett Lawrence dominate again, and how will Hunter fare after his issues at RedBud?

Featured Image: HRC Honda

This page will have all of the results from The Wick. The results are posted in an easy-to-view fashion, with the latest results at the very top of the page. If you do not immediately see the most recent results, hit the refresh button in the top-right corner and then the issue should be rectified.

450 Updated Championship Classification

450 Overall Results

450 Moto Two

250 Updated Championship Classification

250 Overall Results

They said the sand might suit him! Tom Vialle takes his first overall win in the USA, and the 250 wildness continues through the pack as the red plate changes hands for the first time in either class this summer!

250 Moto 2

450 Moto 1

250 Moto 1

450 Consolation Race

Just for British fans, SC Sporthomes Husqvarna rider Charlie Putnam finished 19th in the Consolation Race after not making the cut in Qualifying.

250 Combined Qualifying Times


450 Combined Qualifying Times



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