Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha are ready for 2022 to kick off at the annual Hawkstone International on February thirteenth, with all three of our riders fit and raring to go.

After a successful Revo ACU British Championship pursuit in 2021, Cab Screens Yamaha are raring to go for the 2022 season, with a line up of MX2 rider Sam Nunn, and MX1 riders Dan Thornhill and Harri Kullas.

“I can’t believe that in just over one week we will start the 2022 season.’ said Team Director Lee Webber. “That felt like the shortest off-season ever! I know it’s been a tough time for everyone to try and get products in, so I can’t thank everyone enough for once again putting everything in for the team in the off-season and backing us again for 2022.”


“As well as many sponsors that have come forward again for this year, we also have some new sponsors who I am very excited to work with. I am always grateful and thankful to all sponsors new and old, as are all of the team. We will give it 100%, as we always do, in 2022. Looking forward to seeing you all in the paddock”

Sam Nunn joins the team in MX2 on board the Yamaha YZF250. ”It’s nearly go time for this season to start and I’m really looking forward to it. The off-season has been going really well, I’m feeling good on the bike and can’t wait to get everything underway”

MX1 rider Dan Thornhill is also going into his eighth year with the team. “Super excited to get the season underway. I’ve been working away, enjoying my training and riding. Spent some time in Spain with RMJ academy and back in the sand now in prep for Hawkstone”

After a superb 2022, Harri Kullas is feeling fit and ready – “I have had a pretty good winter. We went to cycling and skiing camp so physically improving year by year. Now I am doing my first riding camp and so far all is going well. I started riding really easy as it is a long season, so I want to build up my pace slowly I have couple races in February to warm myself up and then real season
starts in about a months time, so I will be physically ready”

PC – Nuno Laranjeira