Verde KTM’s Jake Millward took an MX1 win today at round three of the Revo MXGB series at Canada Heights.
It came as no surprise that the SS24 rider Shaun Simpson put his KTM 450 machine on pole position in this morning’s MX1 qualifying, followed by Hitachi KTM’s Adam Sterry and Revo Kawasaki’s Dylan Walsh, returning after a huge off at last weekend’s FatCat moto park.
Moto one is where things heated up with Millward grabbing an early lead out of the gate and pushed on in front of Crendon FastTrack’s Tommy Searle and Walsh.
Sterry went down of the start of the first moto, which left him with his work cut out but still managed to push his way through the pack up to eighth position. Meanwhile Walsh and Searle came together while trying to make the move for second, and both went went down allowing Simpson to fly through and claim second place.
Apico Husqvarna’s Stuart Edmonds had a good ride claiming sixth position just behind Walsh and ahead of Liam Knight, but it was Millward who took the win on board his KTM in the first MX1 moto.
Gabriel KTM’s Knight had a great start in moto two sitting in third place for a few laps, just as Walsh pushed into the lead and checked out completely.
Brad Todd also had a great start in the second moto, sitting in second before making a mistake allowing Kullas, Searle and Sterry to push past, with Kullas taking a well earned MX1 overall. Meanwhile the Oakleaf 4four Motorsports rider Elliott Banks Browne had some really bad luck due to a mechanical problem in both motos causing him to DNF.