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HMX joined the MCF part way through the 2011 season. You will need a MCF licence to race with Hampshire Motocross Club in 2017. For full details check out the MCF web site to see what benefits you and the club will get. Day licenses will be available but it is recomended you join the MCF as this will save you money in the long run and also reduce the form filling and admin on race day plus it will allow you to ride other MCF events.

Solo Main - Chris Wratten
Quad Main - Shaun Taylor
Solo Vets - Steve Wells
Solo Clubman - Bradley Sheath
Solo 2 Stroke - Jim Webber
Solo Under 23 - George Couchtrey
Solo MX2 - James Moore
Solo MX1 - Chris wratten

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Click here to download the 2017 season membership form

Last Updated: 16th October 2017

Latest News:
The annual presentation evening will be on Saturday 4th November at The Holiday Inn in Eastleigh (SO50 9PG) starting at 7:30pm.
Tickets are priced at £5 per person and will include buffet food. To reserve and purchase your tickets click on the image below.

Championship Standings;
All the final championship standings are now available to view.
Each 'dropped' round is identified and highlighted in yellow.

Dropping a Round;
Each rider will be able to drop a round at the end of the season, which will normally mean dropping a round that the rider could not attend. Any riders that compete in every round, will drop their 'lowest' points score. The latest standings that are online, do not now include for dropping any rounds, as this will take place after the last round of the season.
Riders can only drop a round that is actually run. This system was discussed and passed during the AGM held at the end of last season. Anyone that did not attend the AGM cannot really complain about the system, and if it is something that a rider feels strongly about, this years AGM will be the place to raise those concerns. The system will be reviewed again for next season.

This years AGM will take place at 7pm, on Thursday 19th October at the Swan Pub in Arlesford, SO24 9AD.
There are plans to make some big changes next season, so if you want your say make sure you are there.

Rider Numbers;
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.

Clubman Championship;
It has been decided that this season the Clubman Championship will be dropped. Over the years it has caused numerous headaches for the people who have to compile the standings after each event. The club apologies for this as many riders enjoy having the Clubman championship, however it is the best decision to make in light of the other numerous championships that are in place.

Upgraded Transponders;
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.

Following the clubs AGM at The Swan, Arlesford on Thursday 17th November, many changes were discussed and a plan put in place for the coming season, as well as future seasons to come.
The biggest change being the regrateful omission of the Quads for the 2017 season.
Due to dwindling numbers over recent seasons, it is no longer viable with such low entries.
In place of the Quads for the 2017 season, will be a Small and Big wheel 85cc class(s), as well as a Youth Rookie class (14 to 17 year olds)

>>> Membership is now online so click here to join the club for 2017 <<<

Youth members that have a parent with adult membership will receive a discount for family membership.

If you would prefer to download, print and post your membership click on the link below for a PDF form.
>>> Click here to download the 2017 season membership form <<<

Race fee's for the year will be 45 for adults and 35 for Rookies/85cc class's

Race format will remain similar to recent seasons with timed qualifying for adult solo's and 2 group (A or B) races, timed practice for Vets, Rookies and 85cc riders, with 3 group races to follow.
Two Stroke/Under 23's, MX1 and MX2 shootout races will remain. (one race per event)
Races will be 15 minutes plus 1 lap for B group, Vets, Rookies and 85cc classes. A group races will be 20 minutes plus 1 lap.

Provisional Events Calendar is available to view. Events Calendar
The dates are now all confirmed, although Grittenham may be penciled in for another visit later in the season..
It is the clubs intention to allow riders to drop their worst score of the season, this will be confirmed either way shortly.

Also worth mentioning is that any Cancelled events this season, due to weather etc, will not be rescheduled and will just be dropped from the calendar.

Presentation evening will again take place at the Arlebury Park Venue, Arlesford, on Saturday 4th February 2017. More details to follow.

Keep an eye on the website for further updates.

MARSHAL CLUB. Geoff is back at the helm again this year with the successful Marshal Club. There are many benefits being part of the Marshal Club, if you wish to join then please contact Geoff via email

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 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.

HMX - Marshal Club - Marshall Raffle

We already have a good number of registered marshals however still need more to register. There will raffles for the marshals throughout the season so not only will you be paid for marshalling you will have a chance of winning a prize. Please support this new venture by registering with our chief marshal Geoff Lawes at or via the Contact page. Get your friends and family who are at the racing to join up now and support the club. Remember, no marshals means no racing. Why not get paid for marshalling this season and get up close to all the race action!

Call Geoff on 07887 794155 if you want to marshal this weekend.

Club Membership

Club Membership for 2017 will open after the AGM which is being held on the 17th November 2016. All club numbers will be retained until the end of December 2017. So, if you want to keep your old club number you can but make sure you renew before the end of the month.

Also members numbers must be less than 300. Race numbers above 300 are reserved for non-members to avoid confusion with the point scoring system..

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