Cab Screens Crescent Yamaha’s Harri Kullas grabbed a fourth overall at this weekends opening round of the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship, with some top ten finishes.

Harri kicked off his Revo ACU British Motocross campaign this weekend as one of the title favourites, at Culham in Oxfordshire, after finishing runner-up in the series last year. 

Harri placed ninth in qualifying on the technical hillside circuit and then got off the line well in race one, before getting pushed wide in turn one. Harri was sixth early on, before passing a stricken Dylan Walsh for fifth, but could never quite get close enough to the top four to gain any more places.  

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A storming start in race two saw Harri Kullas holeshot on his Yamaha YZ450F, only to be passed quickly by Tommy Searle, then a few laps later Josh Gilbert and Shaun Simpson also moved past, for Harri to finish an eventual fourth, and fourth Overall.

“It was a decent start to the Revo ACU British Championship.” said Harri. “I had a couple of good starts on my Yamaha YZ450F and finished fifth and fourth in the races.”

“The track was pretty gnarly with lots of braking bumps and many ruts. I was just not quite fast enough today, but I gave my best as always. This was all I could do and I have to be happy with the outcome today. We go back to work and enjoy this long season.”