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After the success of the opening round of the British 2 Stroke championship, the series moved onto Hawkstone Park this past weekend....

And once again it was the big man Mike Kras who took the overall win with a double victory aboard his GL12 KTM with another immaculate performance.  And just like the first round he had to work really hard for it. In two excellent motos around the famous old circuit Kras was pushed hard, this time by ASA Honda's Lewis Trickett, especially in the second moto as it went right to the flag. It was a solid performance from Trickett as he's starting to get back to form after a major injury last year. 

Third overall this weekend was Neville Bradshaw, making it the same riders on the podium at round one, just in a slightly different order. Bradshaw was a bit of an iron man this weekend by also racing in the MX2 class, and maybe that just took the edge off him challenging for the win. Let's be honest, four motos around Hawkstone is a tough gig, especially when you've official quit pro racing and are in your 30's. 

It was another good weekend of 2 stroke action, which highlighted how good it is to have 2 strokes back at the main British championship races. It was also a good weekend for us at DEP, with another clean sweep on the podium! Good work lads! 

Now there's a bit of a break in the British 2 stroke championship. The next round is at Blaxhall on the 16th July. Not so much of a rest for Kras and his new GL12 KTM teammate James Dunn (who finished 5th by the way, after his return to racing after a long injury lay off) as they're competing in the EMX series. So a trip to the German GP is next up for them. Good luck from us all at DEP chaps.