The series is shaking things up in the 2024 season with the move to Pro Saturday and Amateur Sunday, the joint championship venture between themselves and the Apico 2-stroke festival designed to bring the spotlight to the 125 riders, and the introduction of several official titles up for grabs – watch this space for further details coming soon.

Race director Paul Irwin said – “This is a great partnership which will only help bring more coverage to the teams, riders, and their sponsors, delivering more return on investment for all involved. We are delighted to be working with the team at MotoHead.”

MotoHead, are passionate about creating exciting content for their audience, and the Motul Fastest 40 Championship driven by Michelin has widened their audience since 2020, with the introduction of the live streaming platform via their sister company DirtWorld-TV.  By the combined efforts through the three companies, motocross fans will have access to incredible content and live streaming and will be able to get closer than ever to the action and follow their favourite riders.

“We’re also excited to get behind this fantastic series and show our support for motocross racing. Also, we are very happy that the MotoHead team will be covering every round. “
Dave Willet said “This is awesome for UK motocross as it gives exposure across multiple platforms for the sport and the riders. Resulting in the hope of attracting outside companies into motocross”

For further details about the Fastest 40 series please visit their respective websites/social media pages.

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