The Cab Screens Yamaha team descended on Hawkstone park this weekend, you can find their race report below.
Following two top 15 results at last weeks international in France, Harri was ready for the Hawkstone International race near Shrewsbury in Shropshire, an event where he finished 4th overall in 2020.
Harri had a good start in race one, slotting into 3rd place early on. Factory Kawasaki rider, Ben Watson, moved past after a few laps, before Harri passed him back to finish in 3rd place, only a few seconds behind Yamaha factory rider, Glenn Coldenhoff.
In race two Harri was 10th early on, then moved up to 6th and looking on for an overall podium, before a fall dropped him to ninth. He finished an eventual 8th for 6th overall in a class with 8 full time GP riders.
Harri finished 6th in the combined class Super Final following a great a good battle with Coldenhoff early on.
After a really positive off-season, spent in Spain and training going well in the UK, Dan Thornhill was looking forward to the Hawkstone International race near Shrewsbury in Shropshire.
Dan had a great start in race one, as he took a tight line round the first corner and slotted into 4th place. A few mistakes early on dropped Dan down to 13th place but he worked hard to move up a few places for 11th place at the end.
In race two Dan started around 15th and put in a really strong ride through to 12th.
In the Super Final, Dan was running a brilliant 10th place until he was forced to retire.
Sam Nunn had his maiden race for the team this weekend, in the MX2 class, on his Yamaha YZF250, at the Hawkstone International in Shropshire.
In a field full of GP talent, Sam qualified in a fantastic 8th place, but then collided with a fallen rider on the first turn of race one, to start from the back of the pack. By lap 5 Sam was up to 14th place until another fall dropped him to an eventual 19th.
In race two, a top 10 start saw Sam put in a professional ride and a fantastic finish, riding a consistent race for an eventual 9th place.