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Gordon Crockard pilots Hybrid KX250 to NEC Supercross Win

by JohnNicholas on 12/04/2009

The four round Future West Supercross series kicked off at NEC last weekend in Burmingham, England.

The two stroke faithful have a new champion to cheer for in Gordon Crockard. He was mounted on a super-hybrid 2010 KXF250 chassised, KX 250 engined two stroke to a win in the Open Pro Class and a second in the International Pro Open Class. The competition in the International class was pretty stiff with Mike Brown, Zach Osborne, Colton Facciotti, Ben Lamay and Ryan Blizzard.


In the Open Pro Class, Gordon went wire-to-wire for the win. In the international class he started out in fifth place and worked his way up to second place. Finishing less then the length of the starting straight behind Mike Brown.

A big thank you and congratulations goes out to both Gordon and his sponsor Paul Bird Motorsport. We at Two Stroke Motocross give you two thumbs way up!

Gordon would like to say a big thank you to all the guys who have helped bring this deal together for the Future West series, Paul Bird Motorsport Kawasaki, Leo his mechanic, Phillip Coulter at No Fear, Ricky at Norman Watt Motorcycles and his other long term sponsors Bridgestone Tyres, Gaerne Boots, Oakley Goggles, Gavin Boyd and fonaCAB.

Stay tuned for round two which goes off on December 5th at the NEC arena in Burmingham.