Following the UK Government announcement the Bridgestone British Masters jumped and put out the below statement regarding the opening round which was scheduled for the 20th & 21st March at Culham. Check out the official statement from the organisers of the series below.
Following on from the latest Government announcement, we can confirm that the 2021 Bridgestone British Masters series will be going ahead but with a revised calendar.
Round 1 at Culham MX Park on the 20th & 21st March is now cancelled.
Round 1 will now take place at Hawkstone Park on the 17th & 18th April and will be the Tommy Morris memorial meeting.
As the motocross calendar is already extremely busy, we are not able to reschedule the cancelled Culham MX Park date.
We wish to avoid clashing with other championships wherever possible and the restricted daylight hours and likeliness of bad weather later on in the year make running a meeting unfeasible. Therefore the 2021 Bridgestone British Masters series will be a 5 round championship.
Entries and payments which have been taken or carried over to Culham MX Park will be automatically transferred to Round 1 at Hawkstone Park on the 17th & 18th April. If you would not like us to do this, you must notify us via text on 07747808366 immediately. Registered riders who have yet not booked in, you have until Friday 26th March to enter. After this date, any untaken spaces will be offered to Wildcards with Wildcard entries opening at a later date.
The 2021 revised Bridgestone British Masters calendar is as follows: –
Round 1 – Hawkstone Park – 17th & 18th April
Round 2 – Wroxton Motocross Track – 22nd & 23rd May
Round 3 – Foxhills MX Track – 12th & 13th June
Round 4 – Iron Works Moto Park – 31st July & 1st August
Round 5 – Pontrilas Motocross – 18th & 19th September
Thank you for your cooperation.
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