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Ashbrook Hawkstone International releases official MX2 Entry List!

Ashbrook Hawkstone International releases official MX2 Entry List!

Just two weeks away now is the big curtain-raiser to the British outdoor Motocross season – the Ashbrook Hawkstone International Powered by Syntol Lubricants!

Words: Ben Rumbold, Featured Image: Claudio Cabrini / Red Bull KTM Factory Racing

The official Entry List for the MX2 class has been released for this year’s event, with a much more international feel than 2023, as the class will race separately from MX1 this time around, with the traditional Superfinal being the only time that both sets of riders will meet on track – for the fastest riders only of course!


There are still a few places left on the gate for those who feel ready to take on the legendary circuit in front of  what is sure to be a full and enthusiastic crowd.

Star attraction here is doubtlessly the reigning MX2 World Champion Andrea Adamo, who makes his debut in the Shropshire sands, while his Red Bull KTM Factory Racing teammate returns to Hawkstone Park where he won the Youth Support class several years ago.

Last year’s winner Joel Rizzi leads the British charge on his debut for the new Dirt Store Kawasaki team!

Tickets are available on the gate for the one-day event, with Saturday night camping allowed, on Sunday, the 25th of February – get there early as this is always a popular one!

Joel Rizzi will have his sights set on the Red Bull KTM boys at Hawkstone Park.

Here is the list of starters for MX2, MX1 Entry List to follow next week!

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No Name Machine Country
3 Federico Tuani AIT Racing Yamaha Italy
10 Harvey Cashmore Chambers Racing KTM England
11 Richy Roberts powered by Pinewood Energy KTM Wales
18 Max Smith KTM England
28 Charlie Griffiths RFX KTM England
32 Calum Mitchell Lexa MX Husqvarna England
33 Dan Brough powered by Pinewood Energy Husqvarna England
45 Jake Nicholls TRU 7 Honda Racing Academy England
72 Liam Everts Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team Belgium
77 Tobias Sammut Seventy 7 Racing Kawasaki England
80 Andrea Adamo Red Bull KTM Factory Racing Team Italy
99 Tom Hughes Motoverde/Malcolm Rathmell/DP Brakes Yamaha Wales
171 Arai Elcock Ashbrook/Work and KTM England
172 Cas Valk Gabriel SS24 KTM Netherlands
202 Tyler Westcott HJA KTM England
207 Xavier Cazal AIT Racing Yamaha France
231 Rory Jones IDS Transport Racing/Ride MFG/J4M54 KTM England
271 Logan Wilcox Wulfsport Meredith Suzuki England
300 Ben Franklin Chambers Racing KTM England
312 Hakon Osterhagen JM Racing Honda Norway
337 Glenn McCormick Chambers Racing KTM Ireland
404 Domonic Newbury Kawasaki England
408 Scott Smulders KMP Honda Team powered by Krettek Holland
411 Shaun Mahoney First Call Travel Ltd KTM Wales
419 Joe Brookes 426 Motorsport Team KTM England
421 Bayliss Utting Lexa MX Husqvarna England
494 Maximilian Werner JM Racing Honda Germany
555 McKenzie Marshall DK Off Road KTM England
616 Ollie Colmer Ktech/Aristo Cars Racing KTM England
731 Alfie Jones Chambers Racing KTM England
912 Joel Rizzi Dirt Store Kawasaki Wales
925 Lennox Dickinson Honda N Ireland
999 Conner Challinor AD Modular Racing Kawasaki England


Liam Everts will be looking to emerge victorious from Hawkstone Park in a direct clash with his World Championship-winning teammate. (Image: Ray Archer)