Matt Winstanley makes a rare race appearance on a motocross bike for the
fourth round of the British Masters Motocross Series at Abram this weekend.
Winstanley will take a break form his challenge for British and world
supermoto titles to return to motocross for a rare outing.
Winstanley, who quit full-time motocross to concentrate on supermoto, will be
racing a KTM 250cc four-stroke machine against the 125cc pro class regulars
at the British Masters event on Sunday, July 17.
He will come up against Danny Smyth and Ben Saunders who will both be looking
to challenge for honours at the Abram circuit near Wigan. But Winstanley is sure to have extra support this weekend as he will be
racing on his own doorstep.
The pro open class honours will be fought out between Alex Rach, Jordan Rose
and Jody Smyth. Both Rach and Rose have won races earlier in the series and as Abram is the penultimate event in the championship they will be keen to strengthen their
There will also be a full programme of amateur and youth racing on both
Saturday and Sunday, July 16 and 17, with the pro 125cc and open class riders
joining the action for Sunday.
The action gets under way at 9am both days with a full programme of racing on
what is a new circuit to the series. The event organisers have been busy working on the track at Abram in a bid to make it an exciting event for riders and spectators alike.
For more information log onto the series website at www.britishmastersmx.com