Jamie Law will make a welcome return to the Apico Husqvarna team for the 2019 season in both the Maxxis ACU British Motocross Championship and Michelin MX Nationals and other selected races.

JLaw, as he’s known around the paddock, is one of the most experienced riders at British championship level and feels as competitive as ever – still maintaining a strict fitness regime to keep himself at the sharp end of racing.

With familiar machinery and products and the support of the Apico Husqvarna team and Dulson Training, Jamie’s confident of a competitive assault on the UK’s premier off-road championships.


“I am really happy to have reached an agreement with the Apico Husqvarna team and still be supported by Steve Dulson of Dulson Training, where I can bring everything together from the last two seasons under one awning,” said JLaw.

“I’ve had great support from Apico Factory Racing who continued to help me last season when I moved to the Dulson set up. With everything in place now for the 2019 season – both team-wise and training – I’m itching to get back in the saddle and give my all to achieve good results and repay the faith my sponsors have in me.”

Speaking about Apico’s plans, boss Dylan Brown said: “2019 sees the team moving up a gear and return to a three-rider line-up. In the few years since the team has been running, we’ve had some of the best British talents in the paddock on the Apico Husqvarna team.

“We are pushing even harder in 2019, getting more involved in the racing and increasing our visibility at the British championships.

“Racing is what we at Apico are passionate about and want that to reflect in Apico Husqvarna and our other supported teams and riders.

“This increased support will help the riders relax and enjoy their racing, which in turn should help the team to improve on last year’s results and be in with a shout of podiums.”

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