Pop by and you’ll be able to register for the 2017 race series and championship events, check out some of winning bikes and riders (if they’re not asleep)
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Pre85 Party time…
Replace the race boots for a pair of dancing shoes, buy the missus a new frock and get along to the 2016 WME Pre85 Motocross Series Presentation dinner and dance at the Hilton Hotel in Swindon on 12th November ’16…
This year our special guest will be none other than GP legend and full on Vintage MX rockstar – BRIAN WHEELER… so the evening is sure to be a real cracker
Of course the music will be provided by WME’s resident rockband The BLACK PEARLS – who are actually errrr…. real rockstars..!!!
Call Nigel or Paul or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book…
Huge congratulations to #230 Jason Aylett for winning the 2016 WME Pre85 overall WESTON CIDER CHALLENGE CUP.
RESULTS WME Pre85 Championship Round 9 – 24/09/16 PontrilasWME 2016 Round 9 Race Results
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After 8 rounds of WME Pre85 Motocross Series action in 2016 – it couldn’t be any closer at the top of all the Championship classes, and with 180 points potentially available going into the final round of 2016 mathematically it is still all to play for across all the WME championships including the overall WESTONS CIDER CHALLENGE CUP Rockstar…!.
2016 WME Pre85 rookie Jason Aylett has ridden like a full on Rockstar in his first year of WME action having taken 6 overall wins. Going into the last round he has a dominant 121 points lead over his next rival and only has to cruise to safe points finishes in each race to be crowned WME Pre85 top dog in the 2016 WESTONS CIDER CHALLENGE CUP. Jake Chamberlain has worked very hard for his current 2nd place position, But as we all know Jake is now out of the final round through injury picked up at the last WME International in Belgium and is sure to be demoted off the 2016 overall rostrum. 2nd and 3rd WESTONS CIDER CHALLENGE CUP podium places will be a close run thing – fought out by Kevin Butcher, Jim Shand, Dean Warren and Kevin Reed who are currently all separated by just 20 points.
Barring any disasters Jason Aylett also looks set to take the LUCAS OILS 500cc Championship this year and given Jake Chamberlains cruel luck in Belgium it looks like Kevin Reed (only 20 points behind) should overhaul poor Jake to secure 2nd place this year. But with 159 points in hand over 4th placed James Reeves and Nathan Smith, Jake will hope he’s done enough already to round out the 500cc podium when the dust settles at Pontrilas – but mathematically either James or Smith could still take home enough points to nick 3rd place in 2016 WME Pre85 500cc championship and pile some more pain onto Jake’s miserable month.
The action at the top of the WMB 250cc Championship has been frantic all season. Anyone of 3 riders could win it and all the podium places will be settled at Pontrilas. 3rd in 2015 Kevin Butcher has lead the 250cc class most of this season but Jim Shand (2nd in ‘15) is only 9 points behind and really wants to win it this year. On form Dean Warren has missed a round this year but has been closing on the top two fast in recent weeks, just 4 points further behind Dean could overhaul both Jim and Kevin to snatch the Championship at the last gasp. This is set up for a photo finish and the 250cc racing will be intense, clearly none of these guys can afford any mistakes or DNFs.
3rd overall in the 125cc championship in 2015 Dave Russell, has ridden his pants off all year, consistently finishing right up there against the bigger bikes. Quite frankly Dave fully deserves to take the 2016 MATT GARDINER 125cc Championship at Pontrilas and with a 55 points gap over Neil Griffiths, Dave needn’t take any chances. He will hope Neil has his hands full dealing with the very capable Chris Pritchett who is just 14 further points adrift and will no doubt be trying very hard to swap places with Neil in the final reckonings. It looks like Nick Mauger will just miss the championship podium this year and just behind him Matt Harris, Zac Hackett and Sam Russell are within 34 points of each other in the battle for 5th Overall this year…
3rd in the 2015 4 Stroke championship Dom Durkan has consistently been the best finishing Pre85 thumper rider all season and has lead the RH LEGAL SOLICITORS 4 Stroke championship since round one. However Jordan Pope is now only 24 points behind Dom going into the last round and as we all know Jordan is super quick when he has reliability, It is very possible that Dom could be disappointed this year right at the very end – which would be harsh… Behind Dom and Jordan, Ade Dark should be able to do enough to maintain his points gap for 3rd place in the 2016 4 Stoke championship. However it only needs for Ade to have just one DNF and last years 500cc class champion Paul Kirby to turn up on his game and this could change in favour of the number 27.
SPEED, GPS Track Map, Elasped & Best Time deltas and Vertical G’s…. All essential data for the average Vintage MXer. Jason Aylett is not just an average rider though…. Check out the on-board telemetry from Jason Ayletts CR480R – with a couple of practice laps around Farleigh Castle at WME Pre85 Round 8 in August
A couple of practice laps on board the CR480 around Farleigh Castle with Jason Aylett.
So here you go Rockstars – get yourself organised and treat yourself to an early Christmas pressie by registering for all the Fun-Fun-Fun in 2017 right here.
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