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It’s well known in motocross, and likely that every professional rider will explain, the race start is fundamental to good results, which is why the Thor British Youth National Championship collaborated with Apico Factory Racing to create the Apico Factory Racing Holeshot Award.
The Thor British Youth National Championship takes a trip across the border into Scotland on June 24th & 25th for the fourth round of the 2017 series.
The Duns motocross track is one of the best off-road facilities in the country, and is looking forward to playing host to some of Britain’s rising stars that will compete there on June 24 and 25 for round four of the Thor British Youth National Championship.
2017 will be the final year in the youth ranks for Tom Grimshaw, who has been competing in the Thor British Youth National Championship for four years.
The Thor British Youth National Championship reached the halfway point at Desertmartin, Northern Ireland last weekend, May 20 and 21, for round three of the series where Wal Beaney, Vinnie Guthrie, Dominic Lancett, Rossi Beard and Howard Wainwright, enjoyed the overall honours
With a short break since the second round of the Thor British Youth National Championship, which took place at Brampton, Cumbria, RHL Activities is in full swing putting the final things in place and the lorry loaded for the trip across to Desertmartin in Northern Ireland.
With the Thor British Youth National Championship heading into round three at Desertmartin, it’s a good time to catch up with a rider who is enjoying a strong season so far.
Howard Wainwright, who competes in the Open Class at the BYN, is currently leading his category as we head into the halfway point of the year. RHL Activities caught up with Howard to see how things are going back at base