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Charlie Heyman and SJP Moto Claim British and MX Nationals Crowns

Congratulations to SJP Moto team rider Charlie Heyman on his double Championship titles in the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship fuelled by Gulf Race Fuels and the Michelin MX Nationals onboard his KTM 125SX.

Charlie has been in amazing form during the 2022 season in both championships and has been in dominant form, successfully claiming both titles with a round to spare.

After the announcement of the Warmingham Lane cancellation, it was declared that Heyman had successfully claimed the 2022 Revo ACU British Motocross Championship fuelled by Gulf Race Fuels.

During the season Heyman has already claimed 15 of the 18 races competed and has been on the overall podium at every round of the Championship so far, managing to extend his points lead at each event and currently holds a 144-point lead with a round remaining meaning that he cannot be caught.

Along with claiming the Revo ACU British Motocross Championship, Heyman contested the penultimate round of the Michelin MX Nationals this past weekend at the famous Hawkstone Park, where he claimed another clean sweep of race wins to clinch the 2022 MXY1 125 MX National Championship.

For the second year running Heyman has claimed the Michelin MX National Championship in the MXY1 125cc class and during the 2022 season, Heyman has gone unbeaten in the MX Nationals Championship so far, taking 20 race wins out of 20 and has a 116-point lead ahead of the final round.

The team would like to congratulate Charlie on a successfully season, which is only the beginning of a promising career.

Speaking following Charlie’s Championship success, Team Manager Leighton Haigh commented ‘Charlie has been in fantastic form all year and has been a class act in both championships and that is proven by claiming both titles a round early. As a team, we have seen Charlie’s progress since he joined the team and together, we have now claimed several titles. As a team, this would not be possible without the support of our many loyal sponsors who have helped us go racing over the years. We still have a round of both championships remaining and will be focusing on claiming more Championship medals with Josh Vail currently sitting second in both Championships.’