The 2009 motocross season has only just finished but plans are already afoot for 2010.
The ACU Maxxis British Motocross Championship, the ACU Express Insurance British Youth Motocross Championship
And the ACU British MMX Open and Under 21 Championships have all been going from strength to strength and provisional dates for 2010 are already in place following the earlier release of the provisional FIM calendar.
The dates below will all be subject to change following the FIM congress, to be held in Geneva at the end of October, which may impact on the Maxxis Championship, should this be the case there will be a knock on effect to the other Championships.
The dates for the ACU Express Insurance British Youth Motocross Championship were recently released at the final event of the 2009 season at Foxhill and the dates for all of the Championships are set out below.
Maxxis British Motocross Championship 2010
Rd1 – Sunday 21st March
Rd2 – Sunday 4th April
Rd3 – Sunday 2nd May
Rd4 – Sunday 20th June
Rd5 – Sunday 25th July
Rd6 – Sunday 15th August
Rd7 – Sunday 12th September
Rd8 – Sunday 3rd October
Express Insurance British Youth Motocross Championship 2010
Rd1 – Saturday/Sunday 27th/28th March
Rd2 – Saturday/Sunday 17th/18th April
Rd3 – Saturday/Sunday 22nd/23rd May
Rd4 – Saturday/Sunday 12th/13th June
Rd5 – Saturday/Sunday 10th/11th July
Rd6 – Saturday/Sunday 31st July/1st August
Rd7 – Saturday/Sunday 18th/19th September
ACU British MMX Open and Under 21 Championships 2010
Rd1 – Sunday 28th February
Rd2 – Sunday 25th April
Rd3 – Sunday 27th June
Rd4 – Sunday 18th July
Rd5 – Sunday 22nd August
Rd6 – Sunday 26th September
Having had an extremely successful year in 2009 the ACU is keen to keep up the momentum generated with the Championships, planning meetings are due to be held over the coming weeks to discuss the final formats, venues and organisers for next season, details of which will be released as soon as they become available.
Further dates for Quads, Ladies, Sidecar and Youth Quad Championships will be released shortly.