Englishman Guy Martin is coming to New Zealand to compete in the Suzuki Series, but only in the final round at our world famous Cemetery Circuit.
All roads lead to Hampton Downs this Saturday.
There is a huge buzz in the air as the popular Suzuki Series gets set to kick off at the undulating race circuit near Meremere, where all the pre-season fine-tuning, training and practice will finally be put to the test.
Watch the start to this year’s Bel Ray Cross-country Series, the opening round staged on farmland east of Huntly on Sunday.
The third round of the popular KTM Extreme Enduro Series heads to Tokoroa on Saturday, where what could be described as a “supercross of enduro” has been set up as part of this weekend’s Tokoroa A&P Show.
Taihape’s Sarah Elwin is probably still pinching herself after winning her first national motocross championship title at the weekend.
Defending champion Kimberley Murphy had been the dominant force at the extremely dusty opening day of racing at the annual New Zealand Women’s Motocross Championships near Te Awamutu at the weekend.
Taranaki’s Mikayla Rowe reaped the reward for her tenacity and determination and for her bike’s reliability when she won her first national motocross title at the weekend.
His concept is for a slightly modified version of supercross racing called Speedcross, which features double jumps and tabletops, just like in regular supercross events, but also has a long sweeping speedway-style section.
The 15-year-old Kawasaki ace was runaway winner of the 90-minute junior race at the opening round of the Bel Ray Cross-country Championships near Huntly on Sunday, winning the marathon by more than a minute from Pukekawa’s Isaac Clark (Gas Gas EC200), with Gisborne’s Duncan Summerfield (KTM 150 XC) taking the third spot on the podium.
We had seen glimpse of it throughout the Grand Prix season, but not too many, probably not even 23-year-old Ferris himself, could have hoped for such a surprising result.
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