Next Wednesday night June 25th it will be that time of the year again where riders will make there way down to Devon to Phoenix Moto Parc (formily Whiteway Barton) where they will be trying to get there name inscribed on that famous Patchquick Trophy which they say is worth somewhere in the region of £20,000. The evening again has kindly been sponsored by local businessman Barry Moore of Phoenix Tools Kingsteignton and will cater for 40 Expert riders and 80 Juniors with the fastest top 40 Juniors going for the Vic Ashford Junior Cup which last year was won by Todd Kellett. In the Experts topping the line up and hoping to get his name inscribed on the Trophy for third time having won it in 2012 and 2013 will be Hampshires Kristian Whatley, but it wont be plain sailing for Kristian as there is plenty of other talent in attendance like 2011 winner and local Devon rider Alex Snow who will have plenty of local support, Irishman Graeme Irwin will be making his first attempt to win the Trophy, Welshman Shane Carless, 2013 Premier motocross Champion Luke Hawkins, Luke Mellows, Ben Butler, Dan Thornhill, Kelvin Townsend plus many others as entries are still available for both Experts and Juniors.
Phoenix Moto Parc has easy access with excellent viewing and will be signposted off the A380 Exeter to Newton Abbot road with the first race at 6-15 pm.
(for more info or to book in to ride ring Mel on 01626 365335)