WOR IS FOR WINTER OFF ROAD EVENTS WOR Events are pleased to announce an exciting and brand new WINTER HARE SCRAMBLES series for 2014/15 that kicks off on Sunday, 5th October 2014 for Solo's and Quads. Running over five rounds with the riders’ best four to count, the series will utilise some of the WOR's best winter tracks including the three separate blocks of fantastic forestry at the Llandrillo Forest complex in North Wales, the very winter-friendly Carrog Isa farm near Llangollen and the club's amazing open moorland special in Mid Wales at Clatter. The format of the days racing will be the NEW POLARIS BRITAIN SUPPORTED QUAD HARE SCRAMBLES running for 2.5 hours and starting at 9am... followed at noon with a 2.5 hour solo race in the WULFSPORT supported series. The dates are as follows : Rd. 1 Llandrillo Forest Block 1 - October 5th Rd. 2 Llandrillo Forest Block 2 - November 16th Rd. 3 Llandrillo Forest Block 3 - December 7th Rd. 4 Carrog Isa - January 11th 2015 Rd. 5 Clatter - 1st Feb 2015 Also expect some stubble cross and motoduro meetings throughout the winter and the likelihood of the Tough Ones Little Brother Extreme coming back into the race and events schedule. All inquiries to by fired at info@worevents.com or text / call 07803698061 MWTRA WINTER CROSS COUNTRY FOREST CHALLENGE Regs for the first round of the Mid Wales Trail Riders Association’s Winter Cross Country Challenge in Ceri Forest on October 26 can now be downloaded HERE! OAKLEAF KAWASAKI BIDS FAREWELL TO SHANE CARLESS FOR 2015 As the season draws to a close, the annual game of musical chairs begins. It is with regret that Oakleaf Kawasaki bids goodbye to Shane Carless for 2015. WOR EVENTS MICHELIN XCE SERIES The fourth round of the Michelin Cross Country Enduro series 2014 took place last Sunday at WOR Events’ superb Firbank venue on the edge of the Lake District. The racing at the sharp end in the Expert class was as good as it gets and was probably the fastest and closest race of the year so far. CWAC ‘JACKO’ MEMORIAL ENDURO The Central Wales Auto Club held their fourth ‘Jacko Memorial Enduro’ on Sunday in Radnor Forest near Knighton with an excellent entry of 80 riders who enjoyed an excellent days competition with everybody enjoying themselves from Beginners to Experts. This was a round of the Welsh Championships for Sidecars and Sportsman and in these classes competition was fierce. In the sidecar experts a close-fought battle was eventually won by Dave Williams and Simon Brown of Llanidloes from Jonathan Williams and Neil James of Llandrindod by just 17 seconds after three tests. In the sidecar Clubman class, Gareth Rowlands and Will Green from Llandrindod took the win from Rob Francis and Antony Mills. The Beginners class was a tussle between friends Hywel Thomas and Will Toy with Hywel coming out on top by nine seconds There was a large entry of sportsman with Midlander Mitch Reynolds travelling to Mid Wales and taking the honours from Harrison Weale. In the old boys’ class Anthony Griffith took the win with impressive test times from local lad Carl Davies. Another local, Andrew Rowlands from Beguildy took the win in the competitive Clubman class from Phil Jenkins of Ffarmers with Phil Jones of Milton Keynes in third. The overall win was taken by Adam James of Rhayader in the Experts class from Aaron Martin. The CWAC would like to thank all competitors and everybody who helped to put on this superb event. Results are HERE!   Photos are HERE! FIM MEN’S TRIAL DES NATIONS The outcome of the 2014 FIM Trial des Nations held today in Andorra was never really in doubt with their lineup of Toni Bou – Repsol Honda, Adam Raga – Gas Gas, Albert Cabestany – Sherco and Jeroni Fajardo – Beta, Spain were always going to be far too strong to stop. Harnessing the might of the current top four riders in the World, the Spanish squad marched easily to its eleventh straight win in this season-ending team competition and took their outright tally to twenty one victories since the first FIM Trials des Nations was held in Poland back in 1984. FIM WOMEN’S TRIAL DES NATIONS In what is the closest ever finish in the FIM Women’s Trial des Nations Great Britain represented by Emma Bristow - Sherco, Rebekah Cook – Beta and Joanne Coles – Gas Gas stole the narrowest of wins over the Spanish team of Sandra Gomez – Ossa, Mireia Conde – Beta and Elisabet Solera – Gas Gas. After two tense laps of fifteen sections Great Britain and Spain finished tied on fifteen marks apiece with the best two scores in each hazard determining their eventual totals. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF LEON (MEXICO) Jordi Tixier is crowned MX2 world champion despite the return of Jeffrey Herlings in a valiant attempt to retain his crown. ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF FRANCE Second place on Day 1 of the French GP is good enough to see Danny McCanney crowned as Junior World Enduro Champion. The final day of racing at the GP AMV of France brought to close a thrilling season of the 2014 Maxxis FIM Enduro World Championship with the crowing of Enduro 3 World Champion Matt PHILLIPS. Laia SANZ secured her third Women’s title while Davide SORECA became the new 125 Youth Cup champion in Brioude, France. FIM WOMEN’S TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIP Emma Bristow – Sherco showed no sign of nerves today as she became the 2014 FIM Women’s Trial World Champion. Bristow is only the third winner of the series and has brought to an end the six year run of Laia Sanz with the Spanish rider last losing the title to Iris Kramer back in 2007. With Sanz absent from this year’s campaign, the pressure was most definitely on Emma to step up to take the crown having been the runner-up in the championship for the previous seasons. Rebekah Cook – Beta put up a brave fight against her compatriot, and her win last Sunday in Spain forced today’s last day showdown. SIMON REES MEMORIAL HARE AND HOUNDS Regs are now available for Rhayader MC’s popular ‘Simon Rees Memorial Hare and Hounds’ which this year takes place on October 05. Download your entry form HERE! WOR EVENTS 2014 PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLES SERIES WOR Events unleashed another brand-new venue on the lucky riders last weekend at the final round of the Putoline Hare Scrambles series. Situated near Welshpool on the Shropshire / Powys borders, the Manor Park circuit was a revelation and the 250 plus riders that rode there had an absolute stonker of a weekend with the four mile per lap course having something for everyone in its fast and flowing nature. BRITISH QUAD CHAMPIONSHIP Thirteen-times British champion Paul Winrow is on the verge of a fourteenth title after he stretched his series lead to 42 points at the penultimate round Culham on Sunday with second overall. Victory – for the first time ever in the British championship – went to Stefan Murphy thanks to three consistent rides, but even he admitted afterwards he was gifted the win by Winrow, who pitted in the final lap of the third race to repair a damaged exhaust to ensure it passed any post-race noise test. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF STATE OF GOIAS Team HRC’s Max Nagl wins both MXGP motos in Brazil but Tony Cairoli is crowned world champion. Romain Febvre takes his first overall GP win in MX2. FIM TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Toni Bou – Repsol Honda became the first ever rider to win eight FIM Trial World Championships as he took the victory once again, this time on the final day of the 2014 series at the Spanish Grand Prix held at Arnedo. Having already won the first day, Bou knew that only an absolute disaster would prevent him sealing the title, but like the true champion he has become over the last eight seasons Toni created history in style as he claimed his seventh win of the current campaign. Emma Bristow – Sherco had to produce a last lap fight back to win the opening day of the second round of the 2014 FIM Women’s Trial World Championship held at Arnedo, Spain. Britain’s Rebekah Cook – Beta kept the fight for the 2014 FIM Women’s Trial World Championship very much alive as she won the second day of the Spanish Grand Prix by a single mark from her compatriot. GETTING TO KNOW ALBIE WILKIE The 2014 150 Championship had two main title contenders coming out of the first round at Valkenswaard: the Finn Jere Haavisto and Brit Albie Wilkie. After a season of extremely close racing Wilkie went on to win the Championship, by just two points from Haavisto, in a thrilling ride on the sand of Lommel. As overall winner, Wilkie won a fully supported 2015 EMX250 ride with the JTech team aboard a Honda CRF250R. But who is Albie Wilkie? WOR EVENTS 2014 PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLES SERIES WOR Events returned to the Cumbrian fell side at Firbank last Sunday for the penultimate round of the club’s very popular Putoline Hare Scrambles series. The course was plotted over a four mile pure Cross Country track that had lots of flowing and testing moorland on offer for the riders. BRITISH ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP Provisional results of the Rhayader British Championship Enduro are HERE! Photos are HERE! LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen was crowned the 450 Pro Motocross Champion at the final round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series held at Miller Motorsports Park marking his first 450 career championship. WOR EVENTS MICHELIN XCE SERIES The old historic, fallen mansion at Llwyn Onn Hall, near Ruthin in North Wales was last weekend’s setting for the latest WOR Events race production. This once-a-year, picturesque and very popular venue hosted the third round of the Michelin XCE series. A straight two hour race around the old gardens and parklands of this once stunning building is demanding enough for any rider as the course in the woods is deceptively tough and technical and mixed with the grass type special tests area it offers an enjoyable yet challenging ride. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Yamalube Star Racing’s Jeremy Martin clinches the MX250 AMA Pro National MX Championship in Crawfordsville. Ken Roczen does his championship aspirations no harm at all by taking the overall 450MX win. ROGER MAUGHFLING TRIAL Results from Central Wales Auto Club’s ‘Roger Maughfling Trial’ are HERE! Photos are HERE! TYLA RATTRAY AND HUSQVARNA PART COMPANY After recent discussions, it has been agreed by both parties to bring an early termination to Rattray’s contract with Husqvarna Motorcycles’ MXGP team Red Bull IceOne Husqvarna Factory Racing. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Following its final break in action for the 2014 season, the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, sanctioned by AMA Pro Racing, began its stretch run on Saturday with the 10th round of the summer from Central New York's legendary Unadilla with the Red Bull Unadilla National. With just two rounds and four motos remaining, Red Bull KTM's Ryan Dungey made another major jump in the 450 Class title fight by earning his third win in the last four rounds and closing to within single digits of his teammate Ken Roczen atop the standings. In the 250 Class, Valli Motorsports Yamaha's Christophe Pourcel became the fifth different winner this season in the division, signifying the Frenchman's first victory on U.S. soil since the 2010 season. TALENT OF TOMORROW - EPISODE 4: THE CHAMPION Two points was all that separated the title race in the 2014 Honda 150 European Championship, and the prize of a season with Honda Jtech in EMX250 in 2015. Albie Wilkie and Jere Haavisto were locked in a battle for the crown all season, with precious little to choose between them. Wilkie took three overall Grands Prix victories with four race wins and eight podiums, to Haavisto’s two Grands Prix triumphs, five race wins and nine podiums. Going right to the wire, the title was only decided in the final race of the season. The final episode of the Talent of Tomorrow series charts the fight, and sportsmanship, between these two contenders in the series showdown aboard their CRF150Rs. WOR EVENTS 2014 PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLES SERIES WOR Events provided one of their best tracks of the year last Sunday. As the rest of the UK came grinding to a halt in the tail end of hurricane Bertha, The WOR team simply cracked on with it and staged round 8 of the Putoline Hare Scrambles with a 10 miles per lap Hare Scramble spectacular, the rain and windy conditions not interfering too much at all with the slick and clockwork running of the event. FIM JUNIOR MOTOCROSS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Almost three hundred of the world’s fastest racers descended on a wet and windy Lierneux in Belgium to contest the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship which saw Team USA run out the eventual winners. MAXXIS ACU BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Shaun Simpson and Matiss Karro claim the winners’ spoils at Cusses Gorse. Simpson is the new British MX1 champion while Karro now has a healthy MX2 lead going into the final round in September. BWLCHCILIAU ENDURO The Builth Wells Club made the concious decision to switch the normal date of the Bwlchciliau Enduro from November to August to get away from the bad weather which often plagued the event in late Autumn and hopefully take advantage of some more clement summer weather. But, the notorious fickle British weather had other ideas and sent along the tail end of Hurricane Bertha to spoil the Club’s best laid plans and soak Bwlchciliau Forest in heavy rain which made the going extremely tough for the competitors who once again found themselves having to battle against wet and slippery conditions. IRISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Bold Dog/CCR Racing Suzuki rider Stuart Edmonds stamped his authority once again on the CCM Racing Irish Motocross Championship round 5 with a brace of wins at weather affected Desertmartin where racing was stopped after two blocks due to torrential rain. POWYS ENDURO Results of the 2014 Powys Enduro are HERE!     Photos are available HERE! ENDURO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF ITALY Australia’s Matt PHILLIPS (KTM) took a convincing win in the Enduro 3 class on Day One. France’s Christophe NAMBOTIN (KTM) edged one step closer to his first Enduro 1 world title with victory, while home favourite Alex SALVINI (Honda) bagged a much deserved race win in the Enduro 2 category. The FIM Maxxis Enduro World Championship GP Acerbis of Italy drew to a celebratory close with both Christophe NAMBOTIN and Pela RENET crowned Enduro 1 and Enduro 2 World Champions. With Day Two in Lumezzane greeted with torrential rain and thunderstorms it was in fact both NAMBOTIN and RENET who weathered the storm best to clinch their respective titles. There was also delight for the home crowd as outgoing Enduro 2 champion Alex SALVINI (Honda) picked up his second victory of the weekend. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF BELGIUM Albie Wilkie wins the EMX150 Championship with the last throw of the dice. Tony Cairoli storms both MXGP races to take maximum points away from Lommel. Max Anstie finally gets it together to win the MX2 GP. KTM RACING SIGNS PAULS JONASS FOR FIVE YEARS KTM Racing has announced that it has signed Latvia’s Pauls Jonass as a factory rider for a five-year period from 2015 to the end of the 2019 season, Pit Beirer, Head of KTM Motorsports has confirmed. ULSTER UNDER-23/QUADCROSS/SIDECARCROSS/OPEN TWO STROKE CHAMPIONSHIPS A superbly-prepared Tandragee Motocross park greeted the meagre entry for Round 5 of a full Ulster Championship round. BRITISH SPRINT ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP Danny McCanney and Steve Holcombe shared the spoils of victory at rounds nine and 10 of the Enduro21.com ACU British Sprint Enduro Championship, powered by Husqvarna Motorcycles at Black Dog Woods.   FIM TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Adam Raga – Gas Gas stole the narrowest of wins at today’s French Grand Prix held at the ski resort of La Mongie to take the fight for the 2014 FIM Trial World Championship to the wire. Raga defeated current series leader Toni Bou – Repsol Honda by three minutes and eighteen seconds after the arch rivals could not be separated by any means other than the overall time taken by each rider to complete today’s event. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF CZECH REPUBLIC Chiara Fontanesi is the 2014 Women’s World Motocross Champion as she takes second overall on the day behind Livia Lancelot. Australia’s Meghan Rutledge just misses out on the world crown by a mere five points. Jeremy van Horebeek takes the overall MXGP win while Jordi Tixier capitalises on the absence of the injured Jeffrey Herlings to claim top honours in MX2. Albie Wilkie took his fourth race win and his third consecutive overall Grand Prix victory in the Honda 150 European Championship to maintain his points advantage over Finland’s Jere Haavisto. Brian Hsu steers the Rockstar Suzuki to two race wins in the EMX125 championship to take a healthy points lead going into the final round at Lommel in Belgium next weekend. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP KTM take a clean sweep at Washougal as Ryan Dungey goes 1-1 in the 450 class while Marvin Musquin gets back in the groove with a maximum points score in the 250 class. DAVY POOTJES SIGNS WITH KTM RACING KTM Racing has signed young Dutch talent Davy Pootjes as a factory rider for the Austrian brand, Pit Beirer, Head of KTM Motorsport has announced in Loket. MAXXIS ACU BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Shaun Simpson blasts to three straight MX1 race wins at FatCat Motopark to extend his lead in the championship chase while Matiss Karro does exactly the same in MX2. HERLINGS UNDERGOES SURGERY FOR BROKEN LEG KTM Racing has confirmed that Red Bull KTM factory rider Jeffrey Herlings has sustained a fractured femur during a crash at the Everts and Friends charity race in Genk, Belgium on Monday. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Eli Tomac on top of the box at the eighth round of the AMA championship in Millville. KNIGHTON TWO-DAY BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIP ENDURO Revised provisional results of the Knighton BEC Enduro are HERE! RED BULL ROMANIACS KTM’s Jonny Walker has claimed a second consecutive international Hard Enduro victory in 2014 following a winning performance at Red Bull Romaniacs. Making his third appearance at the Sibiu based event, Walker delivered five impressive performances en route to becoming the youngest ever Romaniacs winner. FIM TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Reigning champion Toni Bou – Repsol Honda was back at his very best on a rain hit opening day of the British Grand Prix as he took the win by a massive thirty-one marks. Bou was simply untouchable and dropped only a single mark on his first lap, his dab being on flat ground in the final section. Already fourteen marks clear after the first twelve sections Bou’s third victory on the bounce was never in doubt. The fight for the runner-up spot was yet another fierce contest between Albert Cabestany – Sherco and Adam Raga – Gas Gas. Although Cabestany held the initial advantage Raga posted his best score on the closing lap to snatch second place come the flag. Bou completed a perfect weekend as he won the second and closing day of the British Trial Grand Prix held at Nord Vue, Penrith. Bou now leads the 2014 FIM Trial World Championship by ten points with two events and three counting days remaining. With sunshine overhead and in drier conditions Toni defeated his nearest title challenger Adam Raga – Gas Gas by fifteen marks on the day. Jeroni Fajardo – Beta made it an all-Spanish podium for the second day in a row as he recorded his equal best result of the season to date. HSF LOGISTICS MOTORSPORT SIGN ROBERTS JUSTS FOR 2015 The HSF Logistics Motorsport Team has signed an agreement with Roberts Justs. The fast Latvian rider will ride for the team alongside Brian Bogers in the World MX2 Series in 2015. Roberts has been riding in the World Championship for several years now and has a lot of experience. WOR EVENTS 2014 PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLES SERIES The PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLES round seven took place last weekend at Berwyn Leisure Park in North Wales. Running on a five mile lap the course was a fast and flowing affair with a lot of off-camber sections and tricky climbs and drops. Veteran Ady Smith proved his age was no handicap as he ran out a comfortable winner. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The Red Bull KTM Factory team score another 1-2 at Budds Creek only this time Ryan Dungey heads home Ken Roczen. FIM TRIAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Toni Bou claims his 60th world trial victory as he wins the Belgium Trial Grand Prix. Emma Bristow scoops the winner’s spoils by taking a convincing win in the opening round of the Women’s World Trial Championship. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF FINLAND Tony Cairoli and Jeffrey Herlings take yet another maximum points haul from the Finnish Grand Prix in Hyvinkää. RHAYADER EVENING MOTODURO Shaun Buchan takes the overall win in the Rhayader Club’s midweek evening Motoduro at Cwmythig Hill. SHERCO TO REFOCUS ON WORLD ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP Sherco have announced their intention to refocus on the World Enduro Championship. As part of this process, in order to refocus on the FIM Enduro World Championship (Enduro Outdoor) the decision has been made not to renew the contract of David KNIGHT for next season. Jordan Curvalle: "Working with David KNIGHT was a good experience, he brought us our first World Indoor success and a great vice World Champion title. We wish him all the best for his future projects." David Knight: “Thanks to Sherco, we had some great results with second in the Indoor World Championship and first in the British Extreme Championship. I understand that Sherco want to concentrate on EWC and they can't fully commit to Extreme Enduro which I need to compete at the highest level. I wish Marc and the team all the best for the future.” EUROPEAN WOMEN AND YOUTH TRIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS Germany’s Theresa Bauml wins both days of the Polish round of the Women’s European Trial Championship and is now tied on points at the head of the championship with fellow German Ina Wilde. In the Youth category it was Britain’s Dan Peace who stood atop the podium on both days and now holds a clear advantage in the championship points standings. ULSTER UNDER-23/QUADCROSS/SIDECARCROSS/OPEN TWO STROKE CHAMPIONSHIPS After the rain-affected round at Seaforde, the Cookstown Club had the Desertmartin track prepared immaculately, and the weather was a vast improvement for the fourth round with only two showers to keep the dust down! WOR EVENTS 2014 PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLES SERIES Superb weather, a brilliant open moorland track and a cracking turnout of riders over the weekend saw WOR Events stage another quality meeting at Firbank on the Cumbrian Fells last Sunday. The track was last used for an Enduro event back in 2010 by WOR in fact, and the club returned to stamp their mark over it again with a great four mile loop that was old-school multi-lap enduro at its best, bogs, climbs, rocky outcrops, natural jumps, ditches etc.... LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM Factory rider Ken Roczen sweeps to victory in both motos at RedBud. WORLD MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIPS - GRAND PRIX OF SWEDEN Tony Cairoli (MXGP) and Jeffrey Herlings (MX2) stamp their authority on the Swedish GP in Uddevalla as the championship leaders both score maximum points. MATHIAS BELLINO’S SEASON ENDS WITH KNEE INJURY Bel-Ray Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Mathias Bellino has been forced to call a premature end to his 2014 enduro- racing season due to a knee injury. Bellino – who recently won the Enduro 3 class on day two at the GP of Sweden and sits third overall in the championship – broke the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left knee during round two of the French Enduro Championship in Scaer.  WOR EVENTS 2014 PUTOLINE HARE SCRAMBLES SERIES Baden Hall never fails to give riders a great day out and last Sunday’s Putoline Hare Scramble Round 5 by WOR Events was probably the best course layout yet if you listened to the event’s feedback from the competitors. MAXXIS ACU BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Whilst Shaun Simpson (Hitachi Construction UK KTM) extended his lead in the MX1 class, Matiss Karro (Wilvo Forkrent KTM) has closed to within three points of the series leader Mel Pocock (Hitachi Construction KTM UK) in the MX2 class after a hard day’s racing at Whitby. KTM RACING ANNOUNCES HERLINGS TO STAY IN MX2 FOR 2015 KTM Racing, after consultations with their factory rider Jeffrey Herlings announce that the Dutch rider will remain as part of the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team and continue to contest the MX2 World Championship in 2015. LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Red Bull KTM Factory riders Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey each took a moto win at the Muddy Creek National to finish first and second overall for the day at the fifth round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship Series. SEEWER SIGNS TWO YEAR SUZUKI DEAL Rockstar Energy Suzuki Europe has confirmed a contract with ‘rookie of the season’ Jeremy Seewer for the Swiss to remain in factory ‘yellow’ with the RM-Z250 for 2015 and 2016. MRA ULSTER MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP The scenic Tinker Hill track played host to Round 4 of the 2014 Ulster Motocross Championships promoted by Quad Racing Ireland on a beautiful summer’s day where spectators witnessed motocross racing at it’s best.
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