Harri Kullas continued his Revo ACU British Motocross campaign this weekend, with round two at Foxhill, Wiltshire.

Harri won at the same venue in 2021, so was in confident mood, and he put in the fastest lap in qualifying on board his Yamaha YZ450F, giving him Pole Position for the races.

Harri holeshot race one and never looked back, being followed by Dylan Walsh in the early stages but building up a lead of thirteen seconds at one point, before backing off the last few laps for a comfortable win in front of Josh Gilbert and Tommy Searle.


Harri had an awful start in race two, but a brilliant first few corners saw him move to fourth before a fall from Dylan Walsh and a pass on Ashton Dickinson put him second. Harri then put in a blistering few laps to close the gap to Tommy Searle at the front, but didn’t manage to make a pass and backed off to settle for second place and the overall win.

“Overall a great day.” said Kullas. “Obviously I need couple races in me early season as I improved a lot from first round. We had great weeks of training and testing with my team and mechanic. Very grateful to have such a good people around me supporting. Like they say, hard work pays off. I had great qualifying with pole position and then in the first race managed to pull holeshot and control the race from start to finish.”

“Second race had awful start but after few corners managed to put myself top five. Once I got to second place I managed to close the gap to Tommy quickly and we had great fight till the end of the race, but unfortunately for me I couldn’t make the pass. Still, overall win is great day at Foxhill”