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Indian Motorcycles DTRA Nationals and Hooligans Round 1 - Photo Highlights

We're fortunate to have an outstanding team of photographers working with us at the DTRA, who each capture incredible shots of our riders in their own unique way. We kicked off the 2019 DTRA season at the Adrian Flux Arena, King's Lynn back in mid-April - you can read our race report and see the full results here - and as we count down the days to Round 2, we thought we'd take a look at some of the very best photos from the Round 1 weekend.


You can find all images from the weekend (in albums, sorted by photographer) over on our Facebook page, and you're welcome to share any images you like, but please remember to credit the photographer if you do.


Tom Bing

Lucia Aucott takes her new (old) Ossa for its first official outing in the Vintage class.

John Harrison, winging it.

Dimitri Coste, the most stylish crasher in the DTRA.

'Texas' Chris Jenner shows James 'Leftie' Smith the way in the Thunderbikes class.

John Harrison, #72 - looking straight out of 1972.

Pro class qualifying line up. Eyes on the green light.

Alexz Wigg, English International trials rider, shows he can adapt to any style of dirt riding.

Mike Hill of Survivor Customs, debuting his newly-built 450 framer in the Pro class.



Braking Point Images

Spanish flat track racer Gerard Bailo, representing Noyes Camp and Greenfield Dirt Track, shows why he's a favourite for the Pro class title this year.

Toby Hales, current Pro class #1. Hard to beat, in both style and skill.

Scotty Faulkner, back on his Co-Built Thunderbike.

Youth Junior rider Marcie Skipp, appearing for the first time on her awesome vintage Honda QR50.

Big bro Wilbur Skipp, Youth Senior racer, stylish as ever on his mini Honda framer.

Ross Jackson, back on the track after a busy year of work and family time - and showing the Vintage DTRA racers just how quick his two-stroke Yamaha framer can go.

How fast can-can you go? Dan Ridge gets loose on the corner behind Tom Clemens, Round 1 Thunderbikes winner.

Steve Cain

Hooligan Leah Tokelove returns for another year as part of the Indian Motorcycles team, on her Krazy Horse Scout.

James Smith and Indian's Lee Kirkpatrick get close in the Hooligan class.

Don't forget to check out our Round 1 race report if you haven't already, or take a look at Max Inman's predictions for the 2019 Pro class championship. Our next race will be the Euros Round 1 at Hells Race, Speedway Lelystad, Netherlands - entries are now closed but if you'll be joining us, you can find all the info you need in our preview post here.


Until next time, we hope you've enjoyed this look back at our fantastic season opener - and we'll see you at the races.


Huge thanks to Tom Bing, Braking Point Images and Steve Cain for the photos.