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Premier MX Hits Foxhill For 2 Dayer

Wednesday June 22, 2016 at 2:14pm
Premier MX Hits Foxhill For 2 Dayer
This Saturday and Sunday 25th/26th June the Phoenix Tools Premier Motocross Championship moves up in to Wiltshire to Foxhill Moto Parc, Swindon for rounds 5 and 6 in the 10 round series which will also include rounds 3 and 4 of the R C Motorhomes 2-Stroke Championship  and the Tyremarks/Framptons Evo/Super Evo Championship.

 

In the Gabriel Insulations Expert Championship its local Wiltshire based rider Jamie Skuse on the Tony Maunders Racing Suzuki who will have plenty of local support who heads the standings by 44 points from fellow Wiltshire rider on the Stones Supplies/MotoXtreme kawasaki Jordan Carter with fellow Tony Maunders Racing rider Kelvin Townsend there in 3rd but there are plenty of other riders in attendance including the likes of Ben Hunt on the FWC Racing Yamaha, Luke Craig, Sam Gabriel on the Gabriel Insulation Services Husqvarna, the A D Homes/Wulfsport Suzuki of Tom Moore, Luke Dean on the Meredith Mx Suzuki who took the overall at the last round, Tommy Alba on the D S C Kawasaki, Josh Taylor on the JTR/Moto 33 Yamaha to name a few plus Wildcard entries from Liam Garland on the G M Electrical/MBO Sport KTM, Charlie Putnam on the Ifly JK Racing Yamaha and Richard Carter with more expected.

 

In the M D Racing Over 35 class its Wayne Shimell on the Tyremarks Husqvarna who has a commanding lead over the Cheddar Mx/M D Racing Honda of Ben Harmon with Jonathan Morrissey on the Holden Engineering KTM just 4 points adrift of Harmon in 3rd with the Ace Comfort Cooling Kawasaki of James Price there in 4th just 3 points behind Morrissey so the battle will be on. In the Over 40’s its Stuart Rawlings who leads from Richard Green and James Knatchbull but its close behind them with the likes of Richard Tapscott, Rob Lewis, Mark Gleadhill and Martyn Tucker to name a few all out to move up the standings. The Over 50’s class has David Ford leading the proceedings, but Ford will be up against it again as he was at the last round where Mark Roberts took a hat trick of wins who for sure will be looking to do well again at Foxhills.

In the Tony Maunders Junior Championship young Harry Linton on the Bridgestone KTM that heads the Championship by 69 points from the Topline KTM of Ross Churchill who moved up in to 2nd at the last round, but right on his heels is the Oakleaf Building Honda of Dave Anthony who trails by literally 6 points with Jamie Buckingham on the Alex Buckingham M/c Husqvarna just 9 points behind in 4th but there are many other riders all out to do well like jay Lewis, Harry Mitchell, Jamie Dixon, James Bailey, Rob Bassett plus many more.

In the R C Motorhomes 2-Stroke Championship it’s the Moto 64 KTM of Leighton Holmes who heads the proceedings from Will Worden on the R C Motorhomes/Gibbs Performance/Armaid KTM who took his first win in the Championship at the last round so he will be looking to carry on where he left off, but hoping to spoil the party will be the likes of Ben Milward on the Inchains Yamaha, Jamie Skuse, James Kensington, Grant Bryant, Scott Rundle, Lewis Barfoot plus many more.

 

In the Framptons/Tyremarks Evo/Super Evo Championship its Andrew Williams on his 125 Kawasaki that leads the Championship after the opening 2 rounds from Ben Brewer and Adam Plant, but hoping to move back up after a disasterous last round will be Ricky Brown who sit in 4th in the standings.

 

Foxhill Moto Parc has easy parking with excellent viewing and will be signposted off the M4 Motorway at Junction 15 (Sat nav SN4 0DR) with the first race on both days at 10-30am. (There are still spaces available on both days in all classes ring Greta on 07979351595)

 

 

           

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