Hitachi KTM’s Adam Sterry left the opening Revo MXGB round at Culham with ‘solid’ results that saw him bag fourth in the championship, 16 points behind leader Evgeny Bobryshev

Sterry benefited from a solid off-season and set the fastest time in MX1 qualifying. After starting on the cusp of the top five in the first race, he was struck by arm pump and opted to settle for fifth to put solid points up on the board.

The second moto was another step in the right direction, as he made some quick moves early on to clinch fourth at the chequered flag and the same spot in the overall classification.

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“Happy to be back racing at the British Championship after four years away. The day started off well with P1 in qualifying and I felt good on the bike,” said Sterry.

“I got a good start in the first moto but made a few mistakes and had a bit of arm pump. My gate did not drop as fast as the others in moto two; I made some good passes at the start of the race though and ended up in fourth.

“It was a solid day, overall, and I know I have more in the tank. I am looking forward to the next round at Lyng.”

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