Round two of the Irish MX Championship produced some fantastic action around Tandragee Motocross Park with Belfast’s James Mackrel winning four out of his six races and leaving the Co.Armagh venue with two overall victories in the MX1 and MX2.
Ballyclare’s Martin Barr powered his Crescent Yamaha to the overall MX2 win at the opening round of the Bridgestone Masters at Culham Park, Oxford after finishing second in race one and taking victory in race two.
World Superbike king Jonathan Rea said himself that he took a knife to a gunfight after new arrival Alvaro Bautista powered to a dominant treble in the season-opener at Phillip Island in Australia in February.
Repsol Honda’s Marc Marquez was just unstoppable at the 25-lap Argentina GP. The reigning world champion’s victory was his 45th MotoGP win and his 79th podium as well as his biggest ever-winning margin in a dry MotoGP race.
The Nutt Travel Ulster Adult Motocross Championship opener attracted one of the largest entries for many years with over 220 riders lining up to race at the NIMC meeting around the immaculate Robinson’s MX Park, Claudy.