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19TH JUNE

OFFICIAL ONLINE PROGRAMME

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WELCOME

TO BLAXHALL

Woodbridge and DMCC would, once again, like to welcome you to the Blaxhall Circuit in Suffolk for Round 5 of the

2022 Revo ACU MXGB British Motocross Championship fuelled by Gulf Race Fuels.

Blaxhall has played host to several British Championship events in the 90's and the early 00’s before becoming a

regular venue of the ACU British Championship since 2015.

For the host club, Woodbridge and DMCC, the return of the event is a testament to the standard of the venue &

their attention to detail, which has seen them named as 'Organiser of the Year' for the past five events.

The club, originally founded in late 1956, started life off as the Rendlesham and District Club. The club’s name

changed from this to Woodbridge DMCC in 1966 when it held its first Scramble at the Blaxhall circuit. The club is

extremely lucky to own this fantastic venue.

Since it’s involvement in the ACU British Championship in 2015, the club has gone from strength to strength and

regularly hosts events for 200 riders. It is one of the top ACU motocross clubs in the country. As a club we are

continually looking to improve our venue and facilities to make everyone’s attendance at Blaxhall a more

enjoyable experience meaning the preparation and planning never stops from year to year.

For the 2022 event the club have once again been busy making changes to the track layout which now sees the

flowing sandy circuit running in reverse for the first time since 2010. This will create some exciting racing for

both riders and spectators.

Obviously today's event would not be possible without the kind support of our event sponsors, including GH

Motorcycles, G & B Finch Ltd, Foxwood Trade and Steve Lumley Planing Ltd, and supporters Ernest Doe.

Woodbridge & DMCC Ltd would like to thank all our sponsors, the hard-working club members and friends of the

club for their countless hours of dedication over the years. We are also very grateful to the local landowners and

neighbours of the circuit for their support of the event.

If you would like to find out more visit the club website at www.woodbridgemcc.co.uk or ‘Like and Follow’ us on

both Facebook and Instagram.

We hope that you have an enjoyable day here at Blaxhall.


IMPORTANT

INFORMATION

THE BLAXHALL CIRCUIT IS A WELL PRESENTED VENUE THAT IS SURE TO PRODUCE SOME GREAT RACING IN ALL CLASSES

AND HAS BEEN AWARDED THE ACU BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIP ORGANISER OF THE YEAR IN 2016, 2017, 2018 AND 2019,

2021.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

TECHNICAL CONTROL: SATURDAY 15:00 - 18:00

SUNDAY 07:30 - 08:30

SITE ACCESS: SATURDAY 09:00 - 20:00

SIGNING ON: SATURDAY 15:00 - 18:00

SUNDAY 07:30 -08:30

VENUE SPECIFIC INFORMATION

Do You Allow Dogs? Yes on a lead at all times

Do You Have Water Facilities? No Water Filling For Riders

Do You Have Wash Bay Facilities? No

Do You have Time Restraints? No entrance before 8am.

Entrance gates close at 8pm

Tear Offs NOT ALLOWED

Motocross within the Woodbridge DMCC club takes place

at the clubs own purpose built track at the Blaxhall

Circuit. The club is lucky to own this great venue in

Suffolk near to Woodbridge and just off the A12. The

sandy circuit has been host to a number of British

Championship rounds in the early 90's and was firmly

part of British Open and Under 23 championship.

Within the Eastern Centre, the club is a major part of the motocross scene

winning the Club title numerous times and seen a number of club members

winning the Centre title and competing at national and World Championship

level, such as Jake Nicholls, Syd Bales and Aston Bird of recent years. The

Woodbridge Club hold a number of Motocross events each year including ACU

Eastern Motocross Championship rounds and a round of Revo MXGB ACU British

Motocross Championship Fuelled by Gulf Race Fuels.


OFFICIAL INFO

FLAGS

RHL OFFICIALS

Motionless - danger, take care, ride with caution.

Waved - Great Danger, NO overtaking, prepare to

stop

Sighting Laps & First Lap of Practice.

Great Danger, all riders to stop.

Course is clear, ready to start.

Rider is going to be lapped.

Finished, end of the race.

Medical attention required.

Incident Officer: Darren Bachelor

Chief Technical Officer: Mark Aspden

Chief Timing Officer: Lynsey Hamer

Chief Medical Officer: Robert Ashton

FIM Environmental: Darren Bachelor

Logistics: Max Edmunds

Race Team Admins: Rhys Roberts & Willow Matthews

Media Manager: Eloise Massey

Official Commentator: Ben Rumbold

Official Presenter: Bradley Wheeler

Photography: Andrew Conway & Steve Milner

CLUB OFFICIALS

Clerk of the Course: John Blyth

Ass. Clerk of the Course: Dean Warner & Paul Aldridge

ACU Steward: Andrew Hay

Club Steward: Jo Leek

Club Technical Officer: Ben Coles

Incident Officer: Richard Blyth

Safety Officer: Debbie Blyth

Chief Marshal: Steven Leek

Club Commentator: Chris Czora

First Aid : EAMC Ambulance Service

Event Secretary/ Child Protection: Debbie Blyth

Event Manager: Richard Blyth


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CALENDAR

ROUND ONE: CULHAM

ROUND TWO: FOXHILL

ROUND THREE: LYNG

ROUND FOUR: CANADA HEIGHTS

ROUND FIVE: BLAXHALL

19.06.22 - IP17 1LG TWEAKED. OUTSIZE. COASTING.

OUND SIX: FATCAT

09/10.07/22 - DN3 3EH RUCKSACK. STONES. REVISITS.

ROUND SEVEN: WHITBY

30/31.07.22 - YO21 1TN CONVEY. VIBRATES. BOOTH.

ROUND EIGHT: WARMINGHAM LANE

13/14.08.22 - CW10 0HL GRINS. DARKEST. CIGAR.

ROUND NINE: LANDRAKE

10/11.09.22 - PL12 5EP CHIPPER. PRINTING. FUEDS.


Don't forget to vote for your rider of the round over on the Revo MXGB Instagram page

WINNER WILL RECEIVE SCOTT

PROSPECT 6 DAYS 2022 FRANCE

GOGGLES

P R E V I O U S W I N N E R S

MX1:

TOMMY SEARLE

125CC:

JOE BROOKES

MX2: DYLAN WALSH

250CC:

TYLER WESTCOTT

P E R V I O U S W I N N E R S

H O L E S H O T

MX1:

TOMMY SEARLE

125CC:

GEORGE HOPKINS

MX2: DYLAN WALSH

250CC:

CHARLIE PALMER

PHOTOS: ANDREW CONWAY


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SUNDAY

RACE SCHEDULE

PRACTICE & QUALIFYING

CLASS START TIME START PRACTICE

125CC

250CC

MX2

MX1

08:45

09:20

09:55

10:30

UP TO 5 MINUTES

UP TO 5 MINUTES

UP TO 5 MINUTES

UP TO 5 MINUTES

FREE PRACTICE

10 MINUTES

10 MINUTES

10 MINUTES

10 MINUTES

TIMED QUALIFYING

15 MINUTES

15 MINUTES

15 MINUTES

15 MINUTES

RACE ONE

CLASS START TIME

125CC

250CC

11:10

11:50

20 MINS +1 LAP

20 MINS +1 LAP

B R E A K

MX2

MX1

13:00

13:50

25 MINS +2 LAP

25 MINS +2 LAP

RACE TWO

CLASS START TIME

125CC 14:40

250CC 15:20

MX2 16:00

MX1 16:50

20 MINS +1 LAP

20 MINS +1 LAP

25 MINS +2 LAP

25 MINS +2 LAP

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B A R R Y M O O R E

My role as team manager is to make sure everyone is happy under the awning, you definitely get better

results from your riders if they are feeling they belong on the team, making sure the race truck is ready

and stocked with everything we could potentially need on a race weekend, Chris helps out massively on

that front

A race weekend consists of leaving work normally

Friday lunchtime depending on where the meeting

is , we then collect Craig on route who is petar’s

mechanic, many stops in motorway service

stations , setting up the awning and hospitality

area for riders and sponsors.

A normal day for me running my business and a

team can be quite stressful especially before the

season starts, organising all the products required

and this season has been extremely challenging.

Riders on my team have to have a desire to go out

and give 100% , that’s what I want from my riders ,

it’s not all about winning but it’s good when it

happens for sure ,

I’m quite fussy who I have on my team because

you need a good feeling under the awning where

we all get on

My background in motocross goes back to

when I was 10 and wanted to race but my

parents couldn’t afford for me to go , so when

I turned 21 I had saved up enough money to

buy my first bike which was a gagiva 125 , I

raced the local southwest amca series before

going ACU and retired from racing at 40 , once

motocross is in your blood it’s hard to leave

the sport.

Since my business Phoenix tools was formed

in 1996 I’ve always supported riders at some

level running with my graphics and have been

running a team at British championship level

for nearly 15 years now , over those years I’ve

had some great riders


THE FUTURE OF CHAMBERS

RACING

With Tim Chambers and Tom Grimshaw

We caught up with Tim Chambers and Tom Grimshaw

from the Chambers Racing team to discuss how the

team works and the future of Chambers Racing.

We spoke to Tim Below.

Can you explain your role as a team manager

during race weekends and regular weekdays?

I organise the equipment, clean the truck, drive

the truck, pay any outstanding invoices. Assess

the riders progress & help them to improve their

race craft whenever possible. I like to raise their

hopes & achieve their ambitions in the sport.

Promoting British riders to be at the top of the

sport is my goal. I also may have a beer & a rest

at the weekend !!

What is your background in motocross? Where did your love from the sport start?

I raced MX from 78-88, helping Ken Hanson, Phil Mercer, Wyse brothers, Peter

Archer, Perry Leask, James Smith. Chris Lillywhite, Mark Hucklebridge, Cristian

Burnham, Wayne Smith, Shaun Simpson George Fountain, And the current riders 10

in all classes. My love for the sport came from riding & racing, then to watch Ken

Hanson wrag a CCM full chat, balls out, no fear, made the hair on my neck bristle. To

then watch, Noycey, John Banks, Vic Eastwood in GPs, Thorpe, Nicoll, Nicholls, Banks,

Wrighty battling the World was so overwhelming, I thought I’d like a piece of that.

What made you start a team?

Watching so many guy’s with talent, who hadn’t got the

means to make it in the sport, just a helping hand.

What do you see for a future in the team?

Depending on how the sport changes, I would love to do a

full GP campaign, however, I work to race, I wish it was

easier to go to the GP’s, but the format is wrong.


Tom is currently sat in fourth in the championship, one point

behind Jamie Carpenter, how does he feel about this?

I’m sure he would rather be in the top spot, or above his

current position, he’s a cool young man, lots of admiration

for all the riders, they put it on the line every week, as does

everyone in the team. The plan is to improve every season &

we are currently achieving that goal, next weekend MX2

French GP, points are the goal.

Tom, how do you feel about your position in the

Championship?

As it stands I’m sitting 4th in the championship which I am

really happy with but I also know there is still a lot of racing

to come so we will keep pushing for better.

Will a race win or podium position be on the cards for Tom

in the coming rounds?

We know this is possible, & I’m positive you will see us on

the box in the very near future.

Same question for you Tom.

A little goal of mine is to get on a British championship

podium so I am gunning for that!

When it comes to race win I know we are a little

of that but definitely if the opportunity is there

I will take it.

Where does tom see his future going

within the team and his racing career?

I know he will contest GP’s,

I’m happy to take him there,

like most Teams we cannot afford the fly away’s,

but If MXGP were to consider a change or even pay the

riders, that would encourage us to attend & compete.

What made you choose Tom to be part of the team?

Young, talented & 100% commitment

from all in the family, he’s now part of a bigger

family who all give 100% every weekend .

.

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