Last Updated: 17th August 2018
Wroxton - HMX Round 5 - Sunday 19th August 2018
All systems go for this weekends 5th Round of the HMX 2018 season.
The action gets under way with practice at 9:15am
Entries for the event are now closed, however there are still spaces in the 85's and Rookie classes, so anyone interested in entering can do so on the day.
Signing on is from 7:30am till 9:00am on Sunday, as well as 5pm till 6pm on Saturday.
Camping is available at the circuit from 12pm on Saturday.
Dogs must be kept on leads at ALL times. Charcoal BBQ's and any fires are forbidden. (Only Gas BBQ's please)
To keep an eye on the weekends weather forecast click here.
A reminder that only RACE RESULTS transponders will work with the Hampshire Motocross Club timing system, so if you do not have one you will need to hire one for the event.
Transponder Hire fee's are payable on the day.
Wroxton Noise Testing!
There is a chance that there will be noise testing at Wroxton this weekend, with any machines that test over the 100db level failing the test.
Riders will then have to get the bikes below the required levels or unfortunately go home (or watch).
If Any riders think they may have a problem with the noise test levels, it may be adviseable to try to sort it out prior to the event.
Foxhills is on the Calendar!!
The scheduled event at Grittenham on September 30th has been switched to the world famous, former British Grandprix and Motocross Des Nations circuit of Foxhills near Swindon, Wiltshire. Some of the worlds best riders have raced the hillside circuit, with some of the biggest drop off's seen on any circuit in this country.
Keep an eye on the website, and the clubs facebook page for updates and entries.
As a result of the switch Grittenham will now be run on Sunday 14th October, and another date coming in on October 28th at West Meon.
HMX Round 4 - Grittenham - Sunday 22nd July 2018.
Grittenham again saw some superb racing throughout all of the groups last Sunday, with Round for of the 2018 HMX season.
The extremely dry weather made the last block of racing impossible, and the right call was made in cutting the last block of the day.
To view the results from Grittenham click here.
The updated Championship Standings are also available to view.
Need a Race Result Active Transponder for this season? You can order yours now online for just £70 which includes the mounting bracket.
These active transponders are zero maintenance and have a lifespan of 5-6 years so save money over hiring one at each event.
CLICK HERE OR ON THE IMAGE TO GO TO THE ORDER FORM
HMX Rules & Regulations;
Click here to read all the Rules and Regulations for the coming 2018 season.
2018 Season Calendar;
Click here to see the comfirmed dates and venues for the 2018 season.
HMX Membership 2018;
Click here to download the printable version of the 2018 Membership form.
Click here to complete your 2018 Membership online.
All the final championship standings are now available to view.
Each 'dropped' round is identified and highlighted in yellow.
This years AGM will took place on Thursday 19th October, at the Swan Pub in Arlesford, SO24 9AD.
A full report on the discussions and planned changes will be issued soon.
The main changes for next year are the dropping of the shootout classes and replacing with a three race A & B group.
The clubman championship is back for next season, this will be open to solo A & B riders with the exeption of this years top twelve finishers in the Solo Main championship.
The Veterans championship will be seperated into over 40's and over 50's, allthough the class will remain as one Vets class at each event and will not be scored seperately on the day.
Championship Trophies for each class will be awarded down to 12th place at next years presentation evening.
Riders will not drop their lowest score.
Can all riders please ensure that they display the correct number on their bike to correspond with their transponder. Having different numbers is proving a nightmare for the lapscorers checking the results. Any rider that does not comply with the rule will face possible exclusion from the event.
A Lap of The Track ;
Want to see the tracks you will ride with HMX?
There are GoPro laps of all the HMX tracks on the 'Events' page of the website.
The club have now secured the new Active Monitor transponder system. Any members that already have the red transponder will receive a free upgrade to the new one. The new transponder also comes with a new mounting bracket. The transponders can be swapped over at the first couple of race meetings. Any riders that no longer wish to ride at the club, the transponders they have will be bought back by the club for £30. Riders that do not own a Race Results transponder, can purchase one from the club for £70 (adults) and £50 (youths). Please note that only Race Results transponders will work at HMX events, so if you own a MyLaps transponder, this will not work. ransponders can be hired on the day.
Keep an eye on the website for further updates.
MARSHAL CLUB. There are many benefits being part of the Marshal Club, if you wish to join then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
By joining doesn't mean you have to marshal at every event , but we can never have enough members. As without our Marshalling Club racing won't happen.
MEMBERSHIP. Membership for 2018 is now open.
MCF LICENCE. Those who have renewed your licence with the MCF would have noticed a fairly hefty price rise with cheapest licence now at £67.50, but all licences now come with personal accident insurance, which is no bad thing. I fully support MCF in this move, and you too should also see the benefit. Please visit the MCF web site, I know insurance isn't the most interesting subject, but you never know what's round the corner.