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By woodbridgedmcc, Jul 22 2019 08:18PM

The 2019 Bickers Lifting / Stebbing Car Superstore ACU Eastern Motocross Championship returns to the Blaxhall Circuit (IP17 1LG) on Sunday 28th July for the third round, hosted by the Woodbridge DMCC.

Blaxhall will feature a bumper line up with nearly 200 riders competing across the Expert and Junior classes in an action packed 15 race programme.


In the Expert Class a bumper line of the region best riders and a selection of national stars will be competing across the three Championship races. Current Championship leader Luke Benstead will be looking to extend his 5 point lead over reigning Champion Shaun Southgate as he hopes to defend his title.


Both will have their work cut out against Jake Nicholls as he makes his return to the Suffolk circuit after his season ending accident last year. Alongside Nicholls will be his team mate Lewis Tombs who took all three race wins at the opening round in April, so long as he recovers from a crash at Hawkstone this past weekend.


Other riders to look out for include Tom Grimshaw, Connor Hughes, Sam Nunn, Jack Brunell, Declan Whittle, Josh Peters and the return of former British Championship and club member James Cottrell.


In the Junior Classes 160 riders will be split across four groups with the fastest 40 contesting the Junior Championship. The battle at the top of the Junior Championship is super tight with Kane Fisher leading the way by just one point over Jack Youngs, but the pair will both have to look over their shoulders as a host of other riders will be looking to claim the 2019 title.


All the action starts at 9:15am with the first block of racing start straight after Practice. Admission prices are £10 for Adults and £5 for Unaccompanied Children with the Blaxhall Circuit being located using the postcode IP17 1LG.


By woodbridgedmcc, Jul 1 2019 07:26PM

Recently the Woodbridge DMCC club has lost another true gentleman of our sport with the sad passing of Bob Harvey. In his day, Bob was a fine expert grade rider,and competed on a number of different machines, notably on one of the popular BSA Victor bikes, but it was the sight of Bob charging around the Eastern region's circuits on a little Italian Moto Gori that will be remembered by race goers.


On retiring from competing, Bob was heavily involved at the early stages of the Norfolk and Suffolk schoolboy club, and along with his brother Wilf, hosted many youth meetings at Blaxhall and early enduro events, which raised money for the eventual purchase of the Blaxhall facilty.


Once again, another family affair, as sons, Matthew and Simon followed in Bob's footsteps. Simon concentrating on trials and enduro bikes, whilst elder son Matthew became one of the Eastern centre's top riders and with the support of Yamaha UK, represented his country in the European under 21 des nations.


The Woodbridge DMCC sends its sincere condolences to Pauline, Matthew, Simon and the Harvey families.


By woodbridgedmcc, May 24 2019 11:29AM

Sunday 2nd June will see the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean head to the Blaxhall Circuit in Suffolk, hosted by the Woodbridge and DMCC. The event features a bumper line up with 160 of the country’s best riders competing across four classes.


The fourth round of this prestigious championship is sure to provide thrills and spills on the spectacular sandy venue just off the A12 when the action starts at 9am with practice and qualifying. The race programme features an exciting line up of eight races include two 25 minutes plus 2 lap motos for both the MX1 and MX2 classes – and two championship races for the MX2 Youth and a new line up of Youth 85cc Support riders.


For the host club, Woodbridge and DMCC the return of the event for the fifth year running, is testament to the standard of the venue, their organisation, which even saw them named as ‘Maxxis Organiser of the Year’ for the past three years running.


In the MX1 class the battle at the front of the Championship is between two former champions Shaun Simpson (RFX KTM powered by PAR Homes) and Tommy Searle (BOS Factory Holeshot Kawasaki). Both riders will be head to Blaxhall after competing at the previous three Grand Prix’s and with just 8 point separating the pair the racing is sure to be close.


Local interest comes from Bury St Edmunds rider Lewis Tombs who currently sits third in the championship standings following a great start to the season onboard his Buildbase Honda. Tombs was a late addition to the MX1 class after taking a replacement rider for the injured Jake Nicholls and took his first ever British Championship podium at the opening round and has never looked back. Tombs is a regular at the Blaxhall Circuit and will be looking to take another trip onto the podium at the end of the day.

Other local riders to look out for include Chelmsford’s Ryan Houghton, current Eastern ACU Expert Champion Shaun Southgate along with Luke Benstead, Connor Hughes and Declan Whittle.


In the MX2 class Swedish Grand Prix rider Alvin Ostlund currently leads the Championship by 1 point over reigning champion Conrad Mewse, who will unfortunately miss the event after injuring his wrist at the previous round. With Mewse missing from the meeting the battle at the front will be very close between Ostlund, Dylan Walsh, Josh Gilbert, Martin Barr and Bas Vaessen as the top 6 are all separated by just 27 points.


Local riders to watch out from in the MX2 class include Ben Clark and Tom Grimshaw who will both be looking to use they track knowledge at Blaxhall to good advantage and record some impressive results in the two races.


Blaxhall also features the fourth round of the MX2 Youth Championship which features the leading youth riders from across the country. Joel Rizzi currently leads the championship after taking victory at all the three previous rounds. In second place is the hard charging Ike Carter who will be looking to take more race wins and close the gap in the Championship.


The final class competing at Blaxhall is a Youth 85cc support class. This is the first time the Blaxhall Circuit has hosted a 85cc class alongside the British Championship and with a line up of top National and Local youth riders it is sure to produce some exciting racing for the crowd as the future stars battle for the top honours. Riders to look out for include top Nationals Ollie Colmer and Sam Atkinson, while local interest comes from Freddie Wyard (Ipswich), Thomas Harris (Norwich) and brothers Kiean and Ashton Boughen (Kings Lynn)


The event is supported by SMT GB, while Foxwood Trade will be sponsoring the Holeshot Award in all classes and Steve Lumley Planing Ltd have helped with supporting the venue development.


Blaxhall Circuit is located just off the A12 north of Woodbridge and if using Sat Nav please use the postcode IP17 1LG, the circuit will be signposted from that point. All the action starts at 8:45am with the Qualifying sessions followed by the first main race at 10:55am.


Admission prices are £20 for Adults £5 for Children under 15 and Children under 5 are Free, Family Tickets are available at £45.


By woodbridgedmcc, May 19 2019 04:20PM

With just two weeks to go until the gates drop for the fourth round of the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean at Blaxhall Circuit on Sunday 2nd June. It is with great pleasure that the Woodbridge and DMCC club are able to announce the additional support from Steve Lumley Planing Ltd alongside the existing sponsors SMT GB and Foxwood Trade.


This is the fifth year that local road planing company Steve Lumley Planing Ltd, a keen supporter of both two and four wheeled Motorsport in the area has once again stepped forward to help support both the event and the Woodbridge DMCC with the supply of over 100 tonnes of Road Planings.


Steve Lumley Planing Limited specialises in Road Planing operations within the East Anglia region, from the north coast of Norfolk, through Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex and into Hertfordshire. Based in the market town of Bury St Edmunds, the operating depot is perfectly located adjacent to the A14 trunk road, thus enabling the road planing equipment to be moved to most parts of East Anglia with ease, and in the quickest possible time.


This kind support has allowed the Woodbridge Club to continue the ongoing improvements to the facilities at the Blaxhall circuit. The road planings have been used to make access to the venue a much smoother process and allowing for the continued resurfacing of existing roadways at the venue.


The Blaxhall Circuit near Woodbridge is signposted off the A12 using the postcode IP17 1LG. Admission prices are £20 for adults and £5 for children aged 5-15 with a family ticket £45. Practice starts at 9am with the first race of the day at 11.00am.