O'Neal Yamaha's Brad Anderson aims to make it three wins in as many rounds of
the British Masters Motocross Series at Foxhill on June 26.
Anderson has won both round so far, at Culham and Hakwstone, and aims to
complete his hat-trick at the testing former grand prix venue near Swindon in
Anderson leads the Pro 125cc championship standings by 11 points as he aims
to defend the title he won last year.
"I'm really happy to be leading the series after the first two rounds," said
"I want to make it three wins at Foxhill. It's always a big challenge racing
at Foxhill but I am determined to defend the title."
Anderson leads the Molson Kawasaki of rising young star Tommy Searle by 11
points with Innovate Honda' Danny Smyth 13 points further back heading into
Innovate Honda's Wayne Smith will be bidding to make up ground from fifth in
the series after a mechanical problem at Hawkstone hit his title hopes.
Anderson's O'Neal Yamaha team-mate Glen Phillips is well placed to take
control in the Pro Open class at Foxhill.
Phillips lies second in the series going into Foxhill, just two points behind
the Honda of Mark Eastwood.
With Eastwood not expected to contest the whole series Phillips is in the
right place to take over at the top at Foxhill and mount a serious challenge for
double title joy for the O'Neal Yamaha team.
Jordan Rose, on the Meredith TM, and Innovate Honda's Alex Rach lie third and
fourth respectively and are both serious contenders for honours at Foxhill.
Rach will be looking to build on the race win he had at Hawkstone where he
won a terrific battle with Eastwood.
There will be a full programme of pro, amateur and youth racing at round
three at Foxhill, with the action getting under way at 9am on June 25 and 26.
The youth and amateur riders race on both Saturday and Sunday and the pro
classes join the action on the Sunday.
For more information log onto the series website at www.britishmastersmx.com/