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JUDD RACING BECOME TITLE SPONSOR OF UK NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP!

Judd Racing are delighted to announce they will be the title sponsors of the JUDD RACING MX PREMIER CUP - the Official New 2016 MCF National Championship organised by LS Promotions and Claudio Bernardinelli.

90 Racing MXC, along with White Rose MX, hosted the weekends Norther Team Challenge in the sand at Fat Cat Motoparc.  Following the heavy rain, Neil for Fat Cat had the tracked prepped to perfection and with the sun shining and the paddock filling up with over three hundred riders it was shaping

Wayne Smith is the latest top motocross rider to sign up with the MC Federation and take out a Trainers licence to pass on his knowledge to help improve the riding of both Adult and Youth Motocrossers.  Waynes latest two days of training took place at the popular circuit at Haverigg on the Cumbri

Following a successful meeting in the Devon sunshine, Ringwood MXC return home to Dorset where the ever popular Tincleton circuit will play host to the penultimate round of The 2015 Summer series.

Three riders from the UK made the trip across the water to compete in the 2015 Cverte Festival in the sand at Loon Plage on the outskirts of Dunkerque in northern France, The event was part of a Euro Sand Cup that will also include some MCF sanctioned events in the UK, more details will be releas

Newton-le-Willows MCC have their final championship rounds of the 2015 season this coming weekend; the 19th and 20th of September at Brogden Farm, Barnoldswick.

Hot off their winning weekend as 2015 MCF Team Event and Elite Youth League champions, South Somerset MX Club held the last two rounds of their club championship at Launcherley and after a season of skilled, feisty and full-on racing there

Congratulations to Portsmouth Auto Rider Ethan Sims who became the Shaun Simpson Rider of the Meeting after his brilliant ride at Culham at the end of August.

Thankfully the weather forecast changed for Portsmouth MX’s latest summer championship round, but despite a couple of days without rain, the Grittenham circuit was tough going, especially for the youngsters, with riders falling into ruts as deep as their bikes! Despite a couple of nasty crashes, there was some outstanding riding as usual.

Newton-le-Willows MCC has always been well supported over the years with female competitors, some who have ridden at World Championship level (Stacy Fisher).

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