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MX1 :Robert Hamilton #3 KTM450 Qualifying: P2 Moto One: P 6th Moto Two: P 2nd Moto Three: P 4th Overall: Joint 3rd Overall MX2: MX2: David Robson #21 KTM250 Qualifying: P 11th Moto One: P 8th Moto Two: P 22nd Moto Three: P 5th Overall: 7th Overall Management Comment The gate dropped on round one of the Irish Motocross season on Sunday, as usual the track was prepared to perfection , even with a week of heavy rainfall…

“Training by Champions” MRA Training Day Ireland’s Premier practice facility at Magilligan Motocross Park hosted the first of six MRA training events planned throughout the 2019 season. Fifty-seven riders were catered for over the two-day event, ranging from Auto’s right through to Youth 250F riders with all fully absorbing the knowledge and experience passed on by Multi Ulster and Irish Championship winners, Phillip McCullough , Martin Bar and Robert Hamilton. Riders came from near and far, the furthest being young Finn…

SR75 Suzuki’s Valentin Teillet topped this morning’s Pro Lites qualifying with a best average time of 26.063, which proved to be the best time across both Pro classes. FRO System’s Cedric Soubeyras, the current championship leader, and strong Pro AX Champion contender was just under two tenths of a second adrift on 26.258, whilst Wooldridge Demolition’s French star Julien Lebeau posted a time of 26.717. In the 450cc Pro class, Team Green Kawasaki’s speed machine Greg Aranda put in a…

Dirt Bike Ireland recently caught up with Stuart Edmonds at Magilligan Mx Park. 2019 has started reasonably well for me, despite recovering from two major arm injuries I am feeling fit and confident. Obviously I missed a lot of training and even more bike time but when I first got my leg back onto the bike it was as if I’d only been off the bike for a couple weeks and I got back into the swing of it fairly quickly. Even though I am feeling good on the bike, the more I’m out…

The Arenacross Tour opened the doors of the SSE Arena, Belfast to just shy of 200 primary schools today, when it launched its Arenacross for Schools initiative today. Pupils aged between eight and 10-years-old attended an interactive day at the city’s leading venue, taking a peak behind the scenes of Arenacross and learning about the various intricacies of producing a world-class event such as Arenacross. They witnessed the hard-working production crew building, digging and sculpting the challenging indoor racing track,…

It’s only a matter of days now until the 2019 Arenacross Tour bursts into action with a heady line-up of international racers chomping at the bit to, not just win a hefty pot of cash but to also earn the accolade of lifting the highly-revered 2019 Arenacross Pro trophy. It’s a stellar cast of top-notch racers – possibly the best mix of international racers ever to grace the Arenacross start-line. #1 (G) Cedric Soubeyras, FRO Systems, France, Husqvarna, Pro Lites…

The 2019 Arenacross Youth 65 class has been confirmed, with 14 eager youngsters ready to attack the whoops when the gate drops on the Arenacross Tour at The SSE Arena, Belfast on Friday the 18th of January. The reintroduction of the petrol-powered class was welcome news for the nation’s 65cc racers and the class includes a good mix of new-to-AX hopefuls as well as several young AX veterans. The 2019 line-up will include a couple of nine-year-olds – Zane Stephens…

When the Arenacross Tour opens on Friday the 18th of January 2019, it will welcome the biggest-ever line-up of ultra-competitive Irish riders from both Southern and Northern Ireland, to the SSE Arena, Belfast. Six of the Irish racing contingent, who between them will contest the Pro Lites, Supermini and Youth 65 classes, attended a press launch yesterday, the 6th of December, at the city’s popular arena to talk about their upcoming Arenacross season. Arenacross supporter Graeme Irwin, MXGP contender and…

When the Arenacross Tour opens at The SSE Arena, Belfast on Friday the 18th of January 2019, it will welcome an unprecedented number of ultra-competitive Irish riders from both Southern and Northern Ireland. The Belfast crowd will be ready to erupt when the Pro Lites take to the Arenacross dirt-filled racing battleground as they’ll have not one, but three homegrown heroes to get behind. Headlining the Irish racing onslaught in the Pro Lites class is Martin Barr, arguably one of…

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