World champions Tony Cairoli and Ken Rocen dubbed it the best GP of 2011, Tommy set the place alight with a blistering ride, and there’s was even a British winner in the shape of super Vet Phil Mercer – we can only be talking about the British Motocross Grand Prix and Matterley Basin and MOTO was there to capture all the action from the race of the year.
To celebrate the return of the British GP and the epic Matterley venue, MOTO has gone big on the British GP in Issue 72, smashing out a massive 25 pages dedicated to the biggest race in Britain. All the action, all the excitement and all the bits you saw and didn’t see are here in our massive and unrivalled British GP blowout.
But of course that isn’t all. We know how to look after our readers, so on top of that we’ve brought you a world exclusive sit down interview with the world’s fastest team owner Chad Reed to talk about life as self-funded racer and sinking over a million dollars of his own money into the project. We’re also bringing you an exclusive look at newly crowned British champ and GP hero Brad Anderson as you’ve never seen him before.
On the racing front we’ve travelled to the badlands of Tennessee to bring you the lowdown on the world’s biggest motocross race at Lorretta Lynn’s, and hit the road up to Scotland to witness the crowning of the British champs and the return of Billy Mac at Duns, and we’ve even found time to test the full complement of electronic wizardry from Italian gadget gods GET, including traction control – yes, traction control!
It’s all there and whole lot more in MOTO 72, on sale this Friday, September 9. We’ve even bunged in some free stickers for you.