Max narrowly missed out on first place with only a few points between the top 2 places.
Five rounds have taken place since March and the final round was August Bank holiday with 2 days racing. Going into the 4th round on Saturday there was only 2 points between 1st and 2nd place. With 2 wins and a 4th Max then took the lead overall.
Bad weather hit on Sunday which meant only 2 races were ran in very difficult conditions. Max was hit by a rock kicked up by another bike on Sunday morning which badly bruised his shoulder and then had issues with his goggles which hampered his race. This placed Max into 2nd place overall in the championship.
Max, aged 45, races a CR250 Super Evo bike and started racing motocross at the tender age of 5 working his way through the schoolboy ranks and then into the adult scene. Max has an interest in the spanners side and spent 7 years as a GP technician working for KTM, Suzuki and Factory Kawasaki.
Max will be taking part in the 2019 Super Evo Championship next year and will be hoping to go 1 better and take that prized 1st position.