Jonny Walker will carry a slender one point lead into the final round of the 2016 Maxxis World SuperEnduro Championship despite a difficult night at round five of the series in Prague last weekend.
Picking up a lower leg injury in practice Walker was forced to compete in pain yet managed to pick up championship points in all thee Prestige class finals in the Czech Republic.
It was Colton Hakker who took full advantge last time out, taking the round win and moving himself into second place in the championship.
Cody Webb remains in striking distance of taking this years crown, sitting just 7 points from the championship lead. 2016 MAXXIS BRITISH MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP Round 1: Lyng, Norfolk
With the first euro round of the 2016 MXGP season just around the corner a handful of championship contenders will use this weekends opening round of the 2016 British motocross championship as a hit out to keep their race form at 100%.
Having won the MX1 title for the last two years, Wilvo Virus Performance KTM‰Ûªs Shaun Simpson is the man to beat. The Scotsman was unbeaten around Lyng last year winning all three motos and will be a solid bet for the win heading into this weekend.
Now onboard a Monster Energy DRT Kawasaki and in full health, which is something that has plagued Tommy Searle‰Ûªs previous seasons, the man from Kent, now residing in Derby, will definitely be one to watch as one of Great Britain‰Ûªs most talented riders yet to add a British title to his CV.
Also looking hungry for a slice of podium pie are Dave Thorpe‰Ûªs boys Kristian Whatley and Graeme Irwin who seem to be running a hot pace on their Buildbase Honda‰Ûªs at the moment, while the locals will be pumped to see the #45 of Hitachi Construction Machinery Husqvarna‰Ûªs Jake Nicholls back on the cable after spending the best part of the last two seasons couch bound and on the mend. CLICK HERE
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