The fourth round of the 2021 Michelin MX Nationals British Championship powered by Milwaukee takes to the Landrake Moto Parc in Cornwall.
It’s all-change for the MX Nationals as it approaches its penultimate round at the fast and flowing Cornish circuit. The series has returned to the ACU and reverted to the Fastest 40 running on Sunday only.
Some wildcard places are still available – email@example.com or call 07802 632862 to find out more!
Thirty-four points separate first to sixth in the Michelin/Milwaukee Pro MX1 class. Harri Kullas is currently leading with 179 points followed by Todd Kellett and Jake Millward. Former British MX champ Shaun Simpson rounds out the top six on 135 points, but he has Tommy Searle, a point adrift, sitting right behind him. The Pro MX2 is led by John Adamson with Carlton Husband in second and James Carpenter third.
Positions are close across all classes and with plenty of points still up for grabs, there’s all to play for.
The final round of the series at Cusses Gorse takes place just one week after Landrake and will include the hugely-popular Saturday evening Phoenix Tools Straight Rhythm.
Top three after three rounds;
Pro MX1: 1. Harri Kullas 179, 2. Todd Kellett 175, 3. Jake Millward 137.
Pro MX2: 1. John Adamson 195, Carlton Husband 180, 3. James Carpenter 177.
British Expert MX1: 1. Ben Edwards 294, 2. Richard Bird 212, 3. Joe Clayton 202.
British Expert MX2: 1. Cullen Scott 226, 2. Jake Preston 224, 3. Tom Murphy 205.
British Amateur MX1: 1. Sean Wainwright 272, 2. John Kirk 230, 3. Brad Thornhill 192.
British Amateur MX2: 1. Shaun Springer 278, 2. Dan Brough 260, 3. Aaron Gardiner 186.
British Clubman MX1: 1. Alex Christopher 273, 2. Ivan Kerr 266, 3. Mathew Pocock 243.
British Clubman MX2: 1. Guy Prince 236, 2. Ben Wainwright 226, 3. Elliott Pugh 216.
MXY2: 1. Alfie Jones 244, 2. Ben Clark 232, 3. Jude Morris 199.
MXY1: 1. Charlie Heyman 237, 2. Raife Broadley 193, 3. Jayden Haigh 163.
BW85: 1. Billy Askew 232, 2. Ben Mustoe 200, 3. Tyla Hooley 196.
SW85: 1. Cole McCullough 243, 2. Chester Hude 231, 3. Hayden Statt 186.
A weekend spectator pass is £20, with under-12s admitted free-of-charge. An overnight camping pitch (with a spectator pass) is £10. Tickets can be purchased in advance via a simple-to-use link HERE
On Sunday, you can catch the action free-of-charge by watching the MXN TV Live Streaming via Facebook or YouTube.
Gates open at 7am and practice gets underway from 9am. A full line-up of Pro, Adult and Youth riders will provide plenty of action when the gate drops for the first race of the weekend at 11am.