Ando bounces back from a huge get off in the head-to-heads to keep Honda’s win streak alive in barmy Belfast…

Lucky to survive a turn one skirmish in the dash-for-cash head-to-heads uninjured PAR Honda’s Brad Anderson bounces back to take a convincing win in the British Open final at the second round of the British Supercross championship held at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena on Saturday night. The #60 racer leads every lap of the 15-lap main to take the win ahead of Neville Bradshaw and reigning SX Champ Tom Church.



The Lites class is won in similar style by Nico Aubin who now sits level on points with Bradshaw at the top of the 250F pack at the halfway stage of the series. Bradshaw edges out Barr for the runner-up position as the local hero makes a few untimely mistakes in his debut ride on the LPE Kawasaki.


Check the next issue of DBR for a full race report including plenty of stunning racing, crash and fighting images as tensions boil over in Belfast. For more British supercross news log on to



Pro Open

1      Brad Anderson

2      Neville Bradshaw

3      Tom Church

Pro Lites

1      Nico Aubin

2      Neville Bradshaw

3      Martin Barr


1      Buster Hart

2      Bobby Bruce

3      Liam Brosnon


1      Harry Kimber

2      Rossi Beard

3      Callum Beeken

85cc SW

1      Taylor Hammal

2      Luke Reading

3      Will Keogh


1      Gradie Featherstone

2      Scooter Webster

3      Joe Jefferies

Youth Lites

1      James Dunn

2      Chris Bayliss

3      Dan Thornhill

Clubman Lites

1      Chris Bayliss

2      Daniel Brough

3      James Harrison


1      Michael McAnneney

2      Justin Reid

3      Jamie Clark