The first European round of the 2021 FIM MXGP
Under the STAGE 4 Government Restrictions, we are looking to welcome a non-limited crowd at the MXGP of Great Britain on 26th-27th June, with restrictions aimed to be lifted on the 21st June. Should these restrictions be delayed, we will aim to operate under STAGE 3 Government Restrictions (From May 17th). This means we will operate at a limited capacity, currently at 4000. We will therefore prioritse the first 4000 tickets sold in this scenario.
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Free on-site parking is available to all day ticket holders. You do not need to park in the local town or on the side of the road. Sleeping is not permitted in the parking field and vehicles will be checked. Please do not leave valuables in your car and your car is left at your own risk.
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The Matterley Basin circuit is well renowned for being a staple of the FIM World Motocross Championship calendar. After being originally designed in 2006 for the MXoN and British GP by one of the industries most respected track designers, Johnny Douglas-Hamilton (Created in just two weeks). "JDH" returned in 2017 to make changes to the circuit for the MXoN. These were loved by fans and riders alike!
One of the features of the Matterley Basin circuit that sets it apart from the other rounds in the calendar are it's unrivalled panoramic views. There aren't many circuits where you have 95% visibility of the whole race while still offering some of the most competitive racing in history.
The circuit is located in the heart of the beautiful South Downs National Park. Because of this, for 95% of the year the event site continues it's life as a working farm. It is only for a short period around the event weekend that a dedicated teamwork to transform a plain field into a venue suitable of hosting the biggest motocross event in the world with an incredible amount of hard work and temporary structures and facilities.
We also ask everyone who gets to experience the British Motocross Grand Prix in such an exceptional location to treat it with respect so that we can continue to return year after year.
From Southampton Airport join the M27 towards Bournemouth, join the M3 immediately towards Winchester on the M3, exit at junction 9 and the head towards Alresford on the A31 where you will pick up Event signage for the British Motocross Grand Prix.
Journey time 20 minutes. 21km
From Bournemouth Airport head north on the A338, join the A31 and head towards Southampton where the A31 joins the M27, exit the M27 at junction 4 onto the M3 heading North toward Winchester and London, exit junction 10 and follow the A31 towards Alresford where you will pick up the Event signage for the British Motocross Grand Prix.
Journey time 50 minutes. 63km
From Heathrow Airport join the M25 south towards Gatwick on the M25, exit at junction 12 and head south on the M3, exit the M3 at junction 9 and follow the A31 towards Alresford where you will pick up the Event signage for the British Motocross Grand Prix.
Journey time 60 minutes. 89km
From Gatwick Airport head north on the M23 to join the M25 west towards Heathrow exit the M25 at junction 12 and head south towards Winchester on the M3, exit at junction 9 and the head towards Alresford on the A31 where you will pick up Event signage for the British Motocross Grand Prix.
Journey time 85 minutes. 121km
From Dover ferry port take directions towards London, join the M25 west towards Gatwick, exit the M25 at junction 12 and head South towards Winchester on the M3, exit at junction 9 and the head towards Alresford on the A31 where you will pick up Event signage for the British Motocross Grand Prix.
Journey time 160 minutes. 225km
From the channel tunnel take directions towards London, join the M25 west towards Gatwick, exit the M25 at junction 12 and head South towards Winchester on the M3, exit at junction 9 and the head towards Alresford on the A31 where you will pick up Event signage for the British Motocross Grand Prix.
Journey time 110 minutes. 212km
From Portsmouth ferry port, join the M271 towards the M27, head west on the M27 towards Southampton and then join the M3 at junction 4 heading North toward Winchester and London, exit junction 10 and follow the A31 towards Alresford where you will pick up the Event signage for the British Motocross Grand Prix
Journey time 35 minutes. 51km
Matterley Basin, Winchester, Hampshire, SO211HW
N 51º 2’ 38.436” W 1º 14' 6.6366”
The motocross community is built on working together, and we love it when you want to help. Whether it's Track Marshalling, helping with the build of the event, picking up litter or any way you think you might be helpful, we'd love to hear from you!
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About Steve Dixon -
There are few who have solidified their place in the Motocross industry in as many ways as Steve Dixon without actually riding professionally. GP Mechanic, Winning MXoN Mechanic (Team Great Britain, Paul Malin 1994), GP Team Owner (Dixon Racing Team, GP Winners, British Champion Titles & 3rd in MX2 World Championship, 2nd in 125cc World Championship), MXoN Team Manager (Team Great Britain 2009-2011), British Championship Round Promoter(2015), British GP Promoter (2005,6,11,12,13,14,15,16,18,19,20) MXGP Festival Promoter (2012,2013) and MXoN Promoter (2006, 2017).
From Steve Dixon -
"Myself and Matterley have now hosted 2 MXoN's, 2 Festivals, and we're now moving into our 11th British Motocoss Grand Prix here. It's quite an achievement, considering the state that the British GP was in at one point. As with any event there's up-sides and down-sides, especially when the weather is involved, but the level of stability we have brought to this new "Home of British Motocoss" would be hard to argue with. We had some amazing racing last time and we were even treated to some amazing weather. It will be so exciting to be one of the early rounds this time, and see a full roster of the highest level of motocross athletes.
All this has been made possible thanks to the landowner Peveril Bruce, my team, Youthstream, ACU, Winchester City Council and the continued support of the fans who have made Matterley Basin one of the most stable GP venues on the calendar, whilst maintaining it's origin as a working farm for 50 weeks of the year.
Now, my son Bradley works alongside me to bring together every aspect of organising an event from websites and traffic management plans to event programmes and council meetings. Together with a core Events Team that have been involved year-on-year, and a group of dedicated Event Sponsors such as Preston Docks MX, Brenmar, SWP, Austen Trading Ltd, Paines Construction, PG Carmichael Fabrication, Mick Kennard and Justin Barclay the British GP is made possible
My aim for 2021 is for the rider to enjoy the track, and for the fans, traders, staff, sponsors, guests and volunteers to experience a phenomenal weekend of racing and atmosphere come rain or shine."