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ENTRIES ARE FULL 7th FEBRUARY

To keep everyone informed the team have been processing the entry applications and we can confirm that all classes are full.
There are still a few days for some riders to take up a Reserve option to which they have been notified.
Please - no further applications for an entry as we do not want to disappoint.
New country teams have already entered this year, so again there is little point in Sonia receiving any further applications for Evo Team places.
There are still some spaces left for the Twinshock MXdN Team Races

New Team USA member announced.

New Team USA member announced.

No sooner than Team Great Britain announced Kurt Nicoll as a lead rider, Team USA have hit back with a massive signing of Tim Ferry to spearhead their Vets MXdN Evo Team challenge later this year.
Now forty four years old, Ferry from West Palm Beach, Florida is a former East Coast Supercross Champion and also represented his country in the Motocross of Nations at Donnington Park in 2008, but this will be the first time he has ridden in the Vets MXdN. Dave King announced the signing today reporting that he will be riding a specially prepared Yamaha YZ250 from no other than Doc Wobbly.
Timmy stated, " I have only heard good things over the past ten about the Vets Motocross des Nations and I really want to race at Farleigh Castle".
We will keep you posted with further team members as they are announced

Twinshock support class explained. 12th January.

A leak on an unauthourised facebook page has caused panic amongst some Twinshock riders, so here is an official update.
There will be no Twinshock Under 50 class for 2020, but there will still be support Twinshock races for riders from the age of forty to seventy five. Unfortunately, any twinshock rider under the age of 40 will need to be part of a National Twinshock Team whereby one rider has to be over 36 and one over 32.
For clarity, apart from the Twinshock Vets MXdN and Evo VetsMXdN Team races, the support classes will be as follows-
British Evo Challenge
All 125cc Machines
Evo Over 50 (Riders / Pilots)
Evo 250cc
Evo Open
Super Evo Machines 1990 - 1996
Twinshocks - Riders over 40

Full Regulations will be posted here on the 18th January ahead of the entries opening on February 1st.
All foreign riders will be contacted by the Event Manager on the 22nd January.

Nicoll confirmed for 2020

Nicoll confirmed for 2020

One of the favourites wherever he competes, Kurt Nicoll has confirmed that he will be participating in the 2020 event.
Drafted into the British Team a few years ago by Dave King, "King Kurt" always puts 100% into all his races and the Vets MXdN is no exception.
A spokesman for the organising Club commented, "We are delighted that Kurt has once again confirmed his intention so early on. It looks like he will once again form part of the British Team which he has represented so well in the past. Kurt will also be invited to take part in one of the individual classes so fans will be able to watch his super smooth action in nine races over the weekend."
Further details of entry criteria will be posted on this site after the 17th January.

Team Entries for 2020

The format for the team races will be similar to last year.
The organisers expect more entries this year from National Teams so spaces may be limited, especially in the Evo competition.
Below are the basic rules;
A Country entry must consist of minimum 3 riders, maximum 4 riders. 2 riders must be over the age of 40 years, 1 rider over 36 years of age and 1 rider over the age of 32 years on the day of the event. Maximum 15 Countries. Entry priority will be given to teams of recognised countries included in the team name. The best 3 riders points will count per race.
Team entry fee for either Nations class will be £450 per team of a recognised FIM Federation or £700 for a second team from any nation in classes 7 & 8. Cheques payable to West Devon Motorcycle Club, which must NOT be post dated. Entry priority will be given to FMNR entries before second team entries are considered, which will be after 1st July 2020.
Entries may also be made on line from February 1st onwards.

TEAM RIDERS SHOULD ENTER AS A COMPLETE TEAM WITH ONE PAYMENT.

Healey first legend to be signed.

Healey first legend to be signed.

Ex world number two, Mike Healey is the first rider to be signed up for the legends parade for 2020.
The hard riding American has been hunted down by Dave King and he has agreed to attend in September and will demonstrate a factory 1991 250cc KTM on the Sunday legends lap.
It was in 1991 that Healey was just three points adrift of an actual world title when he was pipped by Trampas Parker, 241 - 238.
Details of further signings will be announced in due course.
Our picture shows Dave King with Healey taken recently.

Date confirmed for 2020 edition

Date confirmed for 2020 edition

The organisers have announced the date for the twelfth running of the event to be on the weekend of the 12th & 13th September 2020.

As usual entries will go live on this website from February 1st. However details of classes, registration system, Team entries various other news will be posted here in December and January.

Anyone wanting advance information should contact Di Thompson by e-mail whose address is at the bottom of this page.
Team Entry enquiries should be directed to Sonia.goggin@acu.org.uk

Team Belgium and Germany MX Classic take honours

Team Belgium and Germany MX Classic take honours

In what many describe as the "best ever", the eleventh running of the event took place in perfect conditions over the weekend.
As expected, Belgium, USA and England were the front runners in the main Evo competition which was decided in the final moto of the day when the Belgian squad doubled their advantage to nineteen points over the USA quartet. England suffered an early setback when Stephen Sword crashed heavily early on Saturday in the qualifying session so the three remaining riders had to ensure they finished all four motos.
In the secondary Twinshock Vets MXdN, Team Classic Germany dominated proceedings, packing their three point scoring riders into the top six positions in every moto. England finished second thanks to the USA suffering one maximum in the final moto when only two of their team finished the race.
Impressive racing was also witnessed by the large crowd in the supporting races and we look forward to a full report from our Media Partners, Trials and Motocross News on Thursday.
Details of the 2020 event will be released on this website during November.