Team Vampires Rock KTM back on top

Scooter Webster 1st Red Bull Nationals

Harvey Cashmore 1st Best of British National

Team Vampires Rock KTM took to the beach at the second round of the Red Bull Pro Nationals at Weston Super mare. The weather was perfect and the crowds turned out in the thousands to witness the best MX riders in the country tackle what was the hardest track I have ever seen.

Scooter Webster on board the 125 was back in action after his broken hand sustained in a practice session. Scooter missed the first round of the series so was determined to make his mark on the second round and that’s just what he did. Scooter took the overall win in the 125s juniors with a blistering pace and showing world class skill for such a young rider. Scooter now is back in contention for the championship even after missing the first round.

With David Keet still out of action with a broken leg during round one of the Red Bull Nationals, Jordan Hearn got the call to ride under the Vampires Rock banner in the small wheel 85 Class. Jordan did the team proud with some great starts and gutsy riding all weekend. Jordan managed four top 20 finishes coming from the back in most cases after going down in race one and two in deep sand.

In the 65s class it was left to Ozzie Murray our youngest rider to fly the flag. With 42 on the gate all the riders in the 65s deserve a medal just for getting round and finishing. It wasn’t a case of will they fall off? It was how many times and will they get the bike out of the deep sand and manage to set off! Ozzie showed true grit and finished all four races just outside the top 20.

With no Auto class in the Red Bull Harvey Cashmore headed to the BSMA Best of British Youth National. Harvey cleaned up with five out of five wins showing great control and skill.

 

 

 

 

 

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Steve Steinman

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