Round three of the Revo MXGB Championship got underway at the popular Canada Heights circuit in Swanley, with Ashton Dickinson grabbing the overall MX2 win.
Heading into qualifying on the hot and humid Sunday morning, it was the youngster Ike Carter who grabbed the pole position in MX2 qualifying, followed by the Dixon racing Kawasaki rider Wilson Todd. Hitachi KTM MXGP rider Conrad Mewse didn’t seem to gel as much as he usually does with the circuits we have seen him ride at so far, and finished up with third gate pick for the day.
MX2 race one saw Carter shoot out of the gate just behind Wilson Todd as Todd moved forward for an early lead in the moto. Just behind him was Dickinson pushing hard to try and make a pass. Meanwhile further down the pack Gabriel KTM’s John Adamson had a good start, but crashed and managed to salvage seventh, just behind Crendon FastTrack’s Jay Hague.
As he was leading, Carter then made a mistake out front allowing Todd and Dickinson to fly right past with ultimately Dickinson taking the race win.
Heading into moto two, we saw Adamson fly out the gate to grab the holeshot, as he proceeded to lead for the next few laps as the Troy Lee ASA United GasGas rider Steven Clarke pushed on behind him in second place. Mewse struggled slightly in the first half of the race but eventually he pulled through to take the moto two win ahead of Clarke, with Todd in third and Dickinson in fourth.