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The opening round of the British 2 stroke championship at Canada Heights was, in a word, awesome! 

With a full line up of racers ranging from 125cc up to 500cc it was always going to be good, and with some quality names of today and yesteryear in the mix the racing was everything we all hoped for. The fans were treated to some brilliant bar banging action and the proof was in the pudding with many of them staying to the end of the day to watch the final two stroke moto, unlike a lot of the time when many of them go home. 

Just to add some spice and make it more exciting, we threw in the DEP Holeshot award. At £200 a moto it certainly made the start even more exciting. GL12 KTM's Mike Kras pulled the first moto holeshot on his way to a wire to wire race win. In the second moto is the old dog 'Factory' Phil Mercer showed his experience to get his hands on the dough, much to his delight. 

The races were fast and intense and by the end of the day it was Kras who took the overall with two hard earned wins after fighting with Nev Bradshaw, the second moto in particular was brilliant and went right to the flag. Lewis Trickett on his tricked out ASA Honda got third on the box with two solid thirds. 

Such was the interest in the British 2 stroke championship the guys at Too Fast Media made a documentary on it, focusing around Nev Bradshaw and his 12 year old Honda.....running our DEP system! It's well worth a watch, and you can do so by clicking here

Fair to say then, that the opening round of the 2017 British 2 stroke championship has been nothing but a success. Like many we're now excited for the second round this coming weekend at Hawkstone Park. 2 strokes ripping around one of the most famous motocross circuits in the world.....what is there not to like about that?!  

Below: Mike Kras and Phil Mercer collect their Holeshot awards from DEP's Frankie Elwell (son of the big boss man!) 

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