In a 2019 AMCA 125cc Championship duel which as been both compelling and simply thrilling, it was no surprise that just 12 points separated the two top pilots of Lewis Dowdeswell and Chris Povey going into Sunday’s final round!
There was carnage at the start of the opening MX2 moto when unfortunately, Jaydon Murphy one of the many outstanding performers in this 2019 class, Jansen Day and Jack Wankling were involved in a big opening turn crash, all being forced out of both this contest and the remainder of the meeting.
In what as already been a simply enthralling season, it comes as no surprise that the lead at the top of the AMCA MX1 British Motocross Championship standings as changed yet again! Following round 7 held at the iconic Hawkstone Park, it’s now Welsh Marsh MX Husqvarna ace Shane Carless back in control.
Apex KTM UK were certainly very happy with their days work following Round 5 of the AMCA British Motocross Championship held at Fatcat Motoparc on Sunday. All three of their riders present bagged podium places with Jamie Wainwright (MX2) and Brad Malin (125cc) winning their respective classes whilst MX1 ace Gary Gibson took 3rd overall.
After showing great patience and endless months of hard work, Mid Wilts MXC finally got their chance to promote an AMCA British Championship event on Sunday, and their hosting of round four in the 2019 series powered by Datatag and supported by Dunlop certainly proved to be a very exciting and interesting affair!
What a 22nd birthday it was to be for AMCA 125cc Championship contender Lewis Dowdeswell giving himself the very best motocross present possible.
It was to be a very profitable round 2 of the AMCA British Motocross Championship at Boraston, Shropshire on Easter Sunday for the FUS Marsh MX Husqvarna Team.
Coming hot on the heels of his super showing at Fatcats in the recent Maxxis Championship event, young Apex KTM UK star Jamie Wainwright was flying high again on Sunday. Scorching to a blistering brace of moto wins, Jamie took maximum MX2 points in the opening round of the AMCA British Championship at Norley in Cheshire to thus signal his intentions to be a major contender in the race for the 2019 title.