The third annual VMXdN at Foxhill is getting even more international recognition as word spreads of the success and overall 90's vibe of the four-day festival weekend. Entering its third year held at the iconic Wiltshire Grand Prix circuit near Swindon over the August Bank holiday weekend, the venue is like hallow ground to anybody who was around the 90's and 00's motocross scene.

Italy has now entered two teams, and the USA has entered a second squad, with the first to be announced as New England Fairhurst USA.

Steve Wells, the kingpin behind KX500 Tech, will manage the team. Wells will build and run a 2001 Kawasaki KX 250 with number 25 for the +40 category rider—the legend Keith Johnson. Johnson has been a regular at the VMXdN for a few years and runs the AMA National at Southwick, and the vets race there. He is supported by FXR and 6D helmets.

Second up is Chris Canning, another New England legend who will be racing a RM 250 supplied and run by Fathead Racing, running the number 26 plate. Again, Canning is supported by FXR clothing and 6D helmets.

Third, and by no means least, is Heath Harrison. He is the crew chief for the Phoenix/Factory Connection Honda squad in the States—Dylan Ferrandis' boss! Heath is a very accomplished racer in his own right and will most certainly be up the sharp end of the action. He will be racing a CR 250 supplied and worked on by Ultimate Wheels boss Jamie Smith, running the number 27.

In just two short years, VMXdN Foxhill has quickly established itself as the "must-go-to" event on the British MX calendar. The four-day festival weekend celebrates all that is good about the '90s and '00s two-stroke era at a circuit that is synonymous with the insurgent 125 and 250 GPs held there back in the day. 

It's a cracking weekend for the whole family. With a packed schedule, open paddocks, podcast shows, entertainment, Show’N’Shine - brought to you by The Range, and nonstop racing action on Saturday and Sunday, it’s no wonder the camping spaces sold out in 2023! This year’s event is on course to sell out before the gates open, which is unheard of for an outdoor motocross event in the UK.

We strongly advise booking now to avoid disappointment! With a weekend adult ticket starting at just £16 a day, not only is it a great 90s-vibe MX weekend, but the prices are pretty 90s, too!

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