Cab Screens Yamaha rider Harri Kullas took the overall win at round four of the Revo MXGB Championship.

Qualifying saw Kullas fly through into first position which looked like an easy effort for the Estonian rider, much like we saw from him at the last round of the championship at Canada Heights. He was shortly followed by Hitachi KTM’s Adam Sterry and Revo Kawasaki’s Dylan Walsh to round out the top three.

Moto one of the morning saw the Kullas dominate, winning by 17.5 seconds to add another British motocross win to his tally. He came under pressurer from Walsh, but just as he tried to make the pass on Kullas he crashed out causing him to DNF and sit out the rest of the day.


Meanwhile further down the pack Shaun Simpson had a huge off heading down one of the historic hills, heading straight through the chestnut fencing but managed to claim a 12th-place finish.

Race one top five MX1

151 Harri Kullas 2:25.434    100 Tommy Searle 2:23.535  3 Josh Gilbert 2:20.994  777 Evgeny Bobryshev 2:19.308  303 Jake Millward  2:27.673 

Heading into moto two of the day, we saw the Estonian rider taking the holeshot again ahead of the returning Par Homes Husqvarna rider Evgeny Bobryshev, followed by Crendon FastTrack’s Tommy Searle and SS24’s Simpson. Bobryshev’s teammate Josh Gilbert also had a great start to finish up sixth in the points today.

Shaun Simpson’s drive and determination shone through today at Foxhill, with him catching championship leader Kullas and making the pass to take the moto two win by 1.5 seconds. Searle however faded slightly in the second moto, as the spread-out field separated towards the end of the race, but he still managed to get a third place finished to top off the day, before heading to Hawkstone Park tomorrow for MX Nationals.

Race two top five MX1:

24 Shaun Simpson  2:19.692    151 Harri Kullas 2:19.082  100 Tommy Searle 2:16.641  777 Evgeny Bobryshev 2:27.780  811 Adam Sterry 2:23.977 

You can check out all of today’s results HERE.