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ALL SYSTEMS GO @ AGUEDA | 12.04.2018

There's been a whole bunch of panic this week concerning the Portuguese GP, and yes, they've had a lot of rain, and yes, sections of the paddock have been under water, but the organisers & track builder Greg Atkins have just posted this shot - it's all systems go to get Agueda ready for this weekend's GP. Let's go !

MEL P IS BACK | 24.03.2018

Just days short of the fourth anniversary of the horrific incident at Hilton Park which so nearly cost him a hand 2012 European EMX250 champion Mel Pocock stormed back into the international limelight as he took his REVO Husqvarna to victory in the opening round of the 2018 series at Red Sand this afternoon. The 25 year old from Eastbourne ran down the continental kids midway through the half hour race to grab maximum points, and there was more joy for the REVO camp as Martin Barr qualified fastest and stormed through to tenth after first lap incidents had left him way back in twenty-fifth. Steven Clarke, another ex-champ, added to the UK joy with fourth.

HAWKSTONE ON THE 12th | 24.03.2018

Quick reactions from the ACU, faced with a dilemma after the announcement of the Bulgarian GP on August 25/26, the date scheduled for the Hawkstone Maxxis. Only a handful of GP riders would be affected but a couple of dozen Brits are in Spain for EMX250 and EMX300 this weekend .. and those are the support classes at Sevlievo. Not offficially announced yet, but the Hawkstone Maxxis will move forward a fortnight to August 12, a wise choice as nothing else is planned for that weekend, the original date of the cancelled Swedish GP.

AND BULGARIA MAKES 20 | 22.03.2018

Knew it already on Saturday, only the date was not yet fixed. Sevlievo in Bulgaria returns to the GP schedule for the first time in four years as replacement for Sweden ... and the date is August 25/26. It was inevitable that Youthstream would not miss any opportunity to add a 20th Cairoli v Herlings clash and the date was a no-brainer with Turkey the week after so the team trucks can get two races in for the price of one and a half. Hardest hit are the Euro classes .... which will not race Turkey, so they have to go all the way to Bulgaria for one race. The classes involved are EMX250 and EMX300 ..... GL12 will be pleased !

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