After recently being announced as the Maxxis British ‘Organiser of the Year’ for the third year running in 2018, Woodbridge & DMCC are pleased to announce that they have signed an agreement with the new Championship promoters, ACU Ltd., that will see the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship supported by Pro Clean return to the Suffolk circuit on Sunday 2nd June.
After the success of the previous events the club will continue to set the high standards for the event and will be looking forward to some of the World’s best riders returning for more close and intense racing around the demanding Blaxhall Circuit.Once again, the event will include both the premier British Championship classes for MX1 and MX2 with riders such as current Grand Prix stars and former British Champions Tommy Searle and Shaun Simpson battling against local stars Jake Nicholls, Elliott Banks-Browne, Lewis Tombs and a host of other International stars.
For the 2019 season the event will take place at the start of June and conside with the end of the local school holidays which will provide the ideal day out for families in the area. Once again, the event will see the club hosting all four of the Championships classes including ACU British 2 Stroke Championship and the MX2 Youth Championship which will feature some of the fastest youngsters in the country.
Speaking on behalf of the Woodbridge DMCC Press Officer Richard Blyth commented “As a club we are delighted to have the Maxxis ACU British Championship return to Blaxhall again in 2019. We are excited to be hosting round 4 on June 2nd and being awarded all four classes means the fan get a full day of racing action which should provide a great excuse for local families to visit Blaxhall at the end of the school holidays in the area.”
Woodbridge DMCC are already busy working hard to ensure the 2019 event is a bigger and better event for all the family, so be sure to mark the 2nd June on the calendar and come join in the excitement, and visit www.woodbridgemcc.co.uk for more information.