ACU British MX Championship opens this weekend at Culham Park- Series includes British WMX Championship

ACU British MX Championship opens this weekend at Culham Park- Series includes British WMX Championship

ACU British Motocross Championship 2021 opens this weekend at Culham Moto Park, bringing a much needed boost to 2021 Motocross calendar in the UK as well as Europe.

ACU British MX Championship Round 3, Lyng- Cadders Hill Circuit- including WMX Round 1.

Navigating months of planning, negotiations and plethora of changes due to COVID pandemic, the titled rights sponsor Revo, promoters RHL Activities, ACU and circuit organizers are ready to kick-start the 8 Round Series which includes very first WMX Championship.

With race schedule set across classes from 65cc, 85cc, MXY2, WMX and the premier MX1-MX2 categories, racing will take new turn on delivering top notch viewing whether on screen or at venues which looks set to include spectators after R1.

MXGB schedule as follows:

  • R1 Culham MotoPark May 1st
  • R3 Lyng Cadders Hill, May 23rd (WMX Round 1)
  • R4 Canada Heights June 6th
  • R2 Foxhill June 12th

    ACU British MX Championship 2021 R5 at Desertmartin, Northern Ireland.

  • R5 Desertmartin June 20th
  •        Little Silver June 26-27th WMX Round 2
  •        Whitby July 10-11th WMX Round 3
  • R6 Blaxhall Circuit, August 8th
  • R7 Duns, August 28th
  • R8 Landrake September 11th

Up-dates to come.

Words: Sharon Cox.

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