British Supercross, Round 2 and 3, Belfast and Glasgow

A TOUCH OF THE BLARNEY AND SIMPSON IN FOR GLASGOW

With round 1 of this years' British Supercross Championship in the history books and rounds 2 and 3 rapidly approaching the competition has just become even more intense with the announcement that Shaun Simpson and his Bike It Cosworth Wild Wolf Yamaha will join the fray at the Braehead Arena on November 26th.

Before the tour reaches Glasgow and Simpson's first appearance it will drop in at Belfast's Odyssey Arena on Saturday November 19th for round 2 of the 5 round series where a Strong contingent of home grown stars will be on hand to defend home turf in front of what is expected to be another full house after last years sell-out crowd.

Former Supercross and Motocross champion Gordon Crockard fresh from a quick racing visit to Australia will be on hand and joined by fellow countryman Martin Barr who won at Belfast last year. Barr will make his LPE Kawasaki debut after leaving Boost Energy KTM. Also joining the Irish rider line up will be Edward Allingham and Rob Hooper's Maxxis Apico Suzuki rider Stuart Edmonds who won the popular Head to Head at round 1 in Sheffield. This year the local lads will be up against the best ever line up of British Supercross riders and teams seen at a British Supercross Championship.

SIMPSON PUMPED FOR GLASGOW

Shaun Simpson the latest great Scot to confirm for British Supercross will enter the series at round three scheduled for Glasgow's Braehead Arena on Saturday, November 26th where he will be making his long awaited race debut with the Bike It Cosworth Wild Wolf Yamaha team. Simpson will be competing in both the British Supercross and British Supercross Lights classes in front of what is expected to be a large and enthusiastic Scottish crowd. Fellow Scot Stephen Sword who is competing in all rounds of the series will be out to gather some much needed championship points after a disastrous start to the Championship in Sheffield back in October. Another Scottish favourite will be current Pro Motocross Champion Ross Rutherford.

Once again the Scottish contingent will have some fierce competition as the best ever line up of British  Supercross talent is coming to Glasgow all with the same goal to win the British Supercross Championship and a slice of the £40,000 up for grabs.

BELFAST - SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19TH, 2011 TICKETS: 028 9073 9074

GLASGOW - SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26TH, 2011 TICKETS: 0844 499 1700

LONDON - SATURDAY JANUARY 14TH, 2012 TICKETS: 0844 815 0815

BIRMINGHAM - SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18TH, 2012 TICKETS 0844 338 8000

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CONFIRMED STAR RIDERS: (more to be announced soon!)

TOM CHURCH - RED BULL KTM - DEFENDING BRITISH SUPERCROSS CHAMP

JACK BRUNELL - RABBIT NO FEAR KAWASAKI - BRITISH SUPERCROSS LIGHTS CHAMP

BRAD ANDERSON - PAR HONDA - MULTI TIME BRITISH MX1 CHAMPION

*SHAUN SIMPSON - Bike It Cosworth Wild Wolf Yamaha - LONDON SX1 WINNER *GLASGOW

NICOLAS AUBIN - BUILDBASE HONDA - FORMER CZECH GRAND PRIX WINNER

STEPHEN SWORD - RELENTLESS SUZUKI - LIVERPOOL SX WINNER & MULTI BRIT MX CHAMP

GORDON CROCKARD - NORMAN WATT KAWASAKI - 2010 BRITISH SUPERCROSS CHAMP

MARTIN BARR - BOOST ENERGY KTM - BELFAST BRITISH SUPERCROSS WINNER

ADAM CHATFIELD - BUFF RACING HONDA - BRITISH SX LIGHTS RUNNER UP

ASHLEY GREEDY - MAXXIS HENDERSON LPE KAWASAKI - HEAD TO HEAD CHAMPION

NEVILLE BRADSHAW - EVOTECH/STEVENS HONDA - 5TH OVERALL IN 2011 BRITISH SX

ELLIOTT BANKS-BROWNE - DB RACING HONDA - CURRENTLY 2ND MAXXIS MX2

CONNER WALKLEY - MAXXIS HENDERSON LPE - 2010 BYMX AND MXY2 YOUTH CHAMPION

LEWIS GREGORY - MAXXIS APICO SUZUKI - FORMER BRITISH SUPERCROSS CHAMPION

EDWARD ALLINGHAM - NO FEAR HONDA