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By woodbridgedmcc, Mar 26 2021 09:57PM

For 2021 we will be changing our Media Process for Photographers and Videographers wishing to go trackside at Blaxhall.

All Media Personal wishing to go trackside will be required to £2 Million Public Liability to cover Photography/Videography.

As an addition for the Revo MXGB ACU British Motocross Championship, all Media wishing to go trackside must have a current DBS certificate, this is a new require from RHL/ACU for the Championship.

Finally, members of the Media Must apply to Track Access by email to [email protected] with a copy of your Public Liability and DBS Certificate (if required) on the Friday one week prior to Club events, and Friday two weeks prior for ACU British Motocross Championship.

Open Motocross and NGR 25th April – Restricted due to Covid

Eastern Motocross Championship 23rd May (TBC) – Deadline 14th May (PL needed)

Eastern Motocross Championship 11th July – Deadline 2nd July (PL needed)

MXGB 15th August - Deadline 30th July (PL and DBS needed)

By woodbridgedmcc, Jan 22 2021 02:37PM

The Woodbridge and DMCC are busy preparing for an exciting and action-packed year ahead at their

Blaxhall venue following the challenging year of 2020 with the impacts of Covid-19. During the 2021

season the Woodbridge club will be hosting six Motocross events including two practice events and

four race meetings including a round of the prestigious Revo ACU British Motocross Championship

on the 15th August.

For the 2021 season the club hope to start the season with a Practice Day on Saturday 13th March

and finish the year with a second Practice Day on Saturday 25th September. The running of the

opening Practice Day will be subject to a relaxation on the current National Lockdown and a final

decision on the event will be taken in mid-February.

The first race meeting of the season will take place on Sunday 25th April as the club hosts the second

round of the Stebbings Car Superstore/Instanda ACU Eastern Motocross Championship for both

Expert and Junior classes. The Stebbings Car Superstore/Instanda ACU Eastern Motocross

Championship events often feature a number of National riders along with the top local Experts such

as Jake Nicholls, Lewis Tombs, Shaun Southgate, Luke Benstead, Luke Parker and Declan Whittle who

will all be challenging for race wins. Alongside the Experts will be packed line-ups of the top local up

and coming Junior riders making for a great start to the season.

On the 23rd May the club will be hosting an Open meeting which will feature both Experts and

Juniors in an action pack day of racing.

Sunday 11th July will see the Stebbings Car Superstore/Instanda ACU Eastern Motocross

Championship return to Blaxhall for the fifth round of the Championship. With the Championship

coming to the final stages of the season the racing will be close in both the Expert and Junior

Championships as the leading riders look to secure vital Championship points.

The final race of the season at Blaxhall will see the return Revo ACU British Motocross Championship

on the 15th August following the cancellation of the event last year due to Covid-19. As four times

winners of the ‘ACU Organiser of the Year’ the Woodbridge and DMCC will be looking to host

another top-class event for round seven of the eight round championship. In 2021 the Revo ACU

British Championship will feature the MX1, MX2, Youth Open and Big Wheel 85cc classes.

With Grand Prix riders from across the World competing against Britain's best World and European

talent, along with some of the best home-grown riders in the four championship classes of highly

competitive racing it will be a great day out for the whole family. Local front runners will include Jake Nicholls (Ipswich), and Elliott Banks-Browne (Bury St Edmunds) who will both compete in front of

their home crowd alongside other local stars.

The final event of the year will be a Practice Day on Saturday 11th September allowing local riders to

test their skills against the sandy Blaxhall Circuit.

All dates for the 2021 season will be subject to Covid-19 restrictions at the time of the event and

these restrictions will determine if the event can take place and if Spectator Attendance will be

allowed by the Government and Local Council.

For any more information about any of the events taking place at Blaxhall during the 2021 season

please visit the clubs website www.woodbridgemcc.co.uk or Facebook page.

By woodbridgedmcc, Dec 2 2020 03:24PM

The Laurie Bird trial, scheduled for Sunday 27th December has a change of venue. The venue is now at the Blaxhall facility instead of at the traditional Butley site.

Although the covid situation is eased in the region, it is felt that the Blaxhall venue is predominantly more covid secure.

By woodbridgedmcc, Oct 13 2020 09:12AM

Sunday saw the Woodbridge and DMCC club host their first and last race meeting of the 2020 season at the Blaxhall Circuit in a year when Covid-19 halted the sport. With the number of riders reduced, the meeting saw 160 riders tackle the demanding Suffolk venue.

Following the morning practice sessions, the riders were separated into the groups for the races later in the day and allowed for the track to be maintained prior to the races.

In the A Group several National riders and local Expert riders were competing and in the opening race British Championship rider Dan Thornhill made a strong start ahead of Newmarket youngster Sam Nunn until he suffered a crash. As the race progressed Tom Grimshaw charged from a first corner crash to pass Thornhill and take the victory. Luke Parker and Declan Whittle also both recovered from a bad start to finish third and fourth ahead of Reece Martin in fifth.

The second A Group race saw a great battle between Thornhill and Grimshaw after Thornhill made the start and took the early lead prior to Grimshaw moving ahead before Thornhill retook the lead and the race win. Behind the front pair Josh Peters took third with Charlie Putnum in fourth and Martin in fifth.

The final race for the A Group saw Dan Thornhill and Luke Parker battle for the race win with Thornhill getting the advantage and taking the Overall victory on the day. Third place again went to Peters with Brad Thornhill in fourth and Martin in fifth.

In the B Group there was plenty of close racing as Matthew French took all three race wins for the overall, while Josh Deadman claimed second with a third and two seconds on the day ahead of Joe Phillips in third overall. Fourth overall went to Shane Brown and Lee Butson claimed fifth.

The C Group saw Jack Whitlam took the opening two race wins and the overall along with claiming the combined C and D Group at the end of the day. Second overall for the C Group went to Edward Jary and third to Mark Goodson.

In the D Group Lee Keyton took the overall win after finishing as the first D Group rider in the combined C and D final race. Second place tied on points with Keyton was Joshua Fullalove and Toby Souchotte in third.

The event marked the end of a tough year and the club looks forward to 2021 when they hope to welcome spectators back to events at Blaxhall.