The AMCA 125 2 Stroke Championship (which includes 150 2 Strokes)
  • AMCA MX1/MX2 Championship riders will not be allowed to compete in the same year (2 Championship classes in one season)
  • Only Senior and Expert riders will be eligible will be eligible
  • The top 25 from the previous season are automatics, riders still have to pay the registration fee to confirm their place
  • A maximum of 300 Championship points can be scored if riders compete in AMCA club Motocross events, 60 points per every meeting ridden at (Practice & 1 Race) can be scored up until 2 weeks before the last round (18 August 2019)
  • Registration Fee £100 / Entry Fee £45

Qualification

If over 40 riders register then qualifiers will be run before the Championship gets underway

2019 Calendar

Round 1 March 31 Mid Cheshire @ Norley
Round 2 April 21 Teme Valley @ Boraston
Round 3 May 5  @ Warmignham Lane
Round 4 May 19 Mid Wilts @ Bushton
Round 5 June 2  @ FatCats
Round 6 June 16 Cannock @ Lower Drayton
Round 7 July 7 North Area @ Hawkstone
Round 8 July 28 Faringdon @ Culham
Round 9 August 11 Cheltenham @ Brookthorpe
Round 10 September 1 Wrekin @ Long Lane

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Media

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Round 1 - April 29
Mid Cheshire @ Norley

After years of being a MX1 front runner, Richard Cannings has decided to compete in the 2018 AMCA 2T chase instead. And on his SevenSeven2/M & S Brettle supported 250cc Yamaha, Yorkshireman Cannings started the campaign in style with a blistering maximum points haul.

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Round 2 - May 13
Teme Valley @ Boraston

There was to be drama in the opening 2T clash at Boraston as the gremlins struck Richard Cannings aboard his M and S Brettle/Dirtshifter Yamaha.

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Round 3 - June 10
Cannock @ Lower Drayton

What a great contest the opening 2T moto was to be as James Lane, Jordan Saunders and finally series leader Richard Cannings all led the way.

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Round 4 - July 8
North Area @ Hawkstone

On a day of maximum points hauls, Richard Cannings (M & S Brettle Yamaha) extended his 2T series lead with three smooth, untroubled start to finish victories.

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Round 5 - July 29
Faringdon @ Culham

Extending his 2T series advantage, Richard Cannings cruised to a big opening moto win at Culham, leading from gate to flag in style. In the early stages, Mark Young held 2nd with Sean Eckersley in 3rd but the man on a serious charge was Jake Parker.

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Round 6 - August 12
Cheltenham @ Brookthorpe

Getting incredible drive and grip where others failed, Richard Cannings saw off the early attention of Ben Gillett to win the opening 2T moto.

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Round 7 - September 9
Wrekin @ Long Lane

With 84 points separating 2T leader Richard Cannings (M & S Brettle Yamaha) and Sean Eckersley this title race was still very much on. However whilst the day was then to go very much to plan for Cannings, his rival Eckersley did not enjoy the best of fortunes!

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Media 2017

Round 1 - April 9
Dursley @ Minchinhampton

With Ben Saunders having departed to MX1, there's going to be a new AMCA 2T Champion in 2017 and moto one at Minchinhampton certainly started the campaign in style. After Matthew Nash had grabbed the holeshot only to be passed by Tony Griffiths, it was then Brad Turner who became the pace-setter.

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Round 2 - April 16
Dursley @ Nympsfield

Shaun Buchan made a super quick start in the opening 2T action at Nympsfield only to slip off on the tight turn one, an incident which also held up Turner. At the front is was Sam Smith leading all the way to take the win from Bradley Doyle and Kendrick.

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Round 3 - April 30
Cannock @ Lower Drayton

Brad Turner was back to his very best, starting with a comfortable gate to flag victory in moto one ahead of Sam Smith, Jordan Saunders, Bradley Doyle who had initially gated 10th, James Lane and Jack Waterman.

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Round 4 - May 28
Corby @ Bevercotes

Earlier the 2T class had opened proceedings and it was Dylan Hodgkins who grabbed the holeshot before series leader Brad Turner quickly found a way through.

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Round 5 - July 2
North Area @ Hawkstone Park

What a wonderful sound it was hearing a full line-up of 2T aces blasting up the main Hawkstone Hill! Leading that charge on every occasion was the immaculate Championship leader Brad Turner.

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Round 6 - July 30
Teme Valley @ Boraston

Jack Waterman made a great start in the opening 2T clash of the day to lead the first three laps before suffering from severe arm-pump and dropping back to 10th.

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Round 7 - August 13
Cheltenham @ Brookthorpe

Grabbing maximum points to increase his 2T Championship advantage was Brad Turner as Jordan Saunders and Shaun Buchan completed the top three.

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Round 8 - September 3
Dursley @ Frocester

Enjoying the Frocester terrain, Jack Waterman led the charge in 2T moto one for three laps before being overhauled by Championship pace-setter Brad Turner. Getting home in 3rd was Shaun Buchan passing Jason Kenderick late on.

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Round 9 - September 10
Cannock @ Lower Drayton

Needing just 7 points to bag the AMCA 2T crown, Brad Turner got the job done in the best possible fashion by winning moto one from gate to flag. Next best in this opener was Jordan Saunders, the man destined to finish as the series runner-up whilst Jack Waterman buoyed by his super Frocester showing took 3rd.

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Media 2016

Round 1 - May 1
Cannock @ Lower Drayton

What a great sight it was to see a full line-up of two-stroke machines on the Lower Drayton start-gate. The opening round though of the AMCA Championship quickly developed into a serious head to head battle for honours between Ben Saunders on a 150cc KTM and James Lane on the 250cc orange mount. On conclusion of three highly competitive clashes it was Saunders taking the all-important overall win with also a 2-1 count in his favour on moto victories.

Lane's one success came in race two when he reeled Saunders in before snatching the lead with just the final turn remaining, breathtaking stuff!

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Round 2 - May 15
Dursley @ Nympsfield

Matthew Bath led the first 2T Championship battle of the day but by the end of lap one had dropped down to 5th behind James Lane, Jamie Powell, Ben Saunders and Kristofer Ayres. Five laps in and super Saunders was in control only to then be repassed by his very determined rival Lane with just two circuits remaining.

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Round 3 - June 5
Dursley @ Frocester

Ben Saunders decided to switch to a 250cc KTM mount and what a wise move it proved to be! Storming to all three moto wins, he has now regained the series lead, 6 points clear of James Lane. On Sunday, Lane certainly did his very best to halt the Saunders express, chasing him home in all three clashes and even briefly leading moto three.

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Round 4 - June 26
North @ Hawkstone Park

In a very entertaining opening 2T clash at Hawkstone, Jamie Powell, Jake Edey and finally Ben Saunders took turns to head the contest. Eventually though it was series leader Saunders who was able to see off the close attentions of Edey before racing onto the win.

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Round 5 - July 10
Teme Valley @ Boraston

With series leader Ben Saunders dominating the opening 2T race at Boraston, Elliot Stones and Jason Kendrick both took turns to fill the 2nd place spot in the early exchanges.

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Round 6 - August 7
Cheltenham @ Brookthorpe

What another stunning performance Ben Saunders was to produce in the 2T Championship races as he swept to a big three moto success. The only occasion the immaculate Saunders was seriously headed came in the final scrap of the day as Richard Lloyd briefly led the opening lap.

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Round 7 - September 11
Newport MXC @ Long Lane

Needing just 57 points to clinch the 2016 2T crown, the immaculate Ben Saunders got the job done in moto one at Long Lane by scorching to another smooth, big win. Also currently in fine form, Jamie Powell got home in 2nd from Luke Phillips, James Lane, Dylan Hodgkins and Richard Lloyd.

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