This is the action-packed Official Review of the sensational 2011 MAXXIS ACU British Motocross Championship. There’s almost four hours of hard-sliding, high-jumping drama to enjoy as we bring you the vital highlights from all eight rounds of both the MX1 and MX2 title battles – that’s 48 races to enjoy! The very best footage, including breathtaking helmet-mounted camera sequences, put you at the heart of the incredible championship chases as we join the race for the holeshot, the elbow-to-elbow battles, the massive jumps, the shocking crashes and the down-to-the-line racing. Stephen Sword started the MX1 season as title favourite, but a difficult opening round dented his championship hopes, which were shattered by injury in round five. Sword’s misfortune opened the way for Brad Anderson, Kristian Whatley, Martin Barr and Tom Church to challenge for the 2011 British Motocross crown. American hero Zach Osborne made a strong start to the MX2 season, with a series of wins and consistent finishes. However, he wasn’t on his own in chasing the title and Swiss maestro Arnaud Tonus produced a series of stunning performances to push his rival all the way. Disaster struck for Osborne at round six with a heavy crash, and Tonus was able to fend off the charging Elliott Banks Browne and Mel Pocock for victory.