Off-road round-up

Published: 01 June 2006

There's been a packed off-road race schedule over the past week, so here's your chance to catch up.

In the Maxxis British MX championship round at Landrake on the Bank Holiday weekend, CAS Honda rider Ken De Dycker dominated the MX1 class with two wins from the RWJ Honda of James Noble. Julien Bill took third in race one, with Mark Hucklebridge finishing the podium positions in race two. De Dycker leads the championship on 231, from Noble on 198 and Mark Jones on 158.

MX2 saw Billy Mackenzie take race one from Carl Nunn and Brad Anderson, but the second race went to Nunn, followed by Tommy Searle and Mackenzie. Mackenzie leads the championship on 211, from Searle on 203 and Nunn on 200.

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Britian's Davd Knight claimed a convincing victory in the Red Bull Hare Scramble at the Erzburg Rodeo event, taking his second win in two years. His time of one hour, 17 minutes was nine minutes clear of second place. Behind Knight came Andreas Lettenbichler, Cyril Despres, and Graham Jarvis.

And in Supermoto Sam Warren placed 12th at the French round of the world championship following a catalogue of bad luck including a fuse blowing in first practice, a fall in second practice, and a puncture in qualifying with left Warran 17th on the gird. The first race saw steady progress up to 14th, with a better start in race two gaining him a 12th position at the end of the race, and 12th overall for the meeting. Warren is now in the top twenty in the championship standings.