Revo Seven Kawasaki Final Round.

REVO Seven Kawasaki’s Dylan Walsh holeshot both MX1 races and continued his recovery from injury with a rock-solid showing at Sunday’s sixth and final round of the 2021 REVO ACU British Motocross Championship fuelled by Gulf Race Fuels at Landrake in Cornwall. With his title hopes ended by an injury sustained at Foxhill in June, Sunday was all about signing off the season on a positive note and he didn’t disappoint with a pair of strong rides carrying him to fifth overall with 6-4 finishes. A small slip-off in race two cost him the chance of a podium finish but the 23-year-old from New Zealand never gave up and was closing down newly-crowned championTommy Searle for third when the chequered flag came out. The team now has a few months to regroup before an exciting – and early – start to the 2022 season that will see it continue to break new ground. Mark Yates (Team Principal) “I’m really pleased for Dylan. Since his injury he’s not really done a lot of riding so his bike fitness isn’t 100 per cent but his foot’s good. It’s just a case of getting some races under our belt and yesterday he qualified fifth which is perfectly acceptable – he was only just over a second away from second place. “At the start of the day he told me he was determined to get two holeshots and he did just that. “In the last couple of weeks he’s been playing with the positioning of his bars and levers because he thinks it might have contributed towards arm-pump and he found it a lot better at Landrake. We also made a few
little changes to the gearing. Dylan nailed two holeshots from two starts. Pictures © Nuno Laranjeira