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It's been another bobby dazzler of a weekend for Team DEP. Not only was the weather good for a bank holiday, so were a fair few of our supported riders. 

The GL12 KTM team were at it again at the sharp end of the pack, this time at the Maxxis British Championship at Blaxhall Pits, Suffolk. James Dunn was in formidable form as he swept to both motos in the British 2 stroke Open championship ahead of his teammate Mike Kras, who this time had to settle for second and couldn't match Jimmym's pace. Mike took comfort in holding on to the series leader red plate with an 11 point lead over Ash Wilde. 

Young GL12 KTM hotshot Ike Carter had his 125 singing from the get-go. Qualifying 2nd in the MXY2 class as the leading 125cc rider (the MXY2 class is a mix of 250 Fourstrokes and 125 Two strokes) he went into the three races feeling confident. A 7-4-2 scorecard was impressive stuff giving him fourth overall on the day and just missing out on the podium, but that blow as softened a little by the fact Ike was the leading 125cc rider in the class. 

Not too far away at Mildenhall the annual MX Master kids event was happening, once again to great effect with a stacked out entry of youth talent. One such kid being Ashton Boughen who has just started using our recently new and improved KTM65 pipe, to good effect. Ashton smashed the 65cc A class with a 3-1-1-1-1 scorecard to take the overall win. 

Alfie Jones also done the business in the Big Wheeled 85cc class going 1-2-1-1-2-1 for another DEP Powered overall victory. What makes that victory even more satisfying is that Alfie was race testing our new KTM85 pipe, which will be available in about three weeks time. We're looking forward to seeing how Alfie gets on at this coming weekend's Judd KTM British Youth Nationals championship. 

Meanwhile over in France, Tom Guyon took his 125 VRT KTM 3AS machine to victory in the opening round of the French junior championship. So a good weekend all round. Sunshine,  race wins and #deppower.