Ice cool Revvi kids rock in Sheffield! 2023 Revvi Cup @ Sx Worx – Race Report & Results

Jack Frost had nothing on the Revvi Racers on Saturday as they took to the SX Worx circuit in Sheffield for the first Revvi Cup event of 2023, and although it was chilly they weren’t to be deterred and put on a fantastic show for the large crowd of family and friends that gathered to cheer them on.

The 12″ Open 3 years of age class was the most competitive it has ever been with three heats of riders battling it out to make it through to the coveted A Final.

Flying around the circuit with great skill, and winning the Revvi Cup in this class was George Breeze, who had to beat another super fast racer Harvey Nicol who was second while Reggie Woods also rode superb for third.

Maddox Buckley rode well for fourth in the A final, with Rhys Bennison in fifth, Luca Hayes and sixth and George Joyce seventh.

In the B Final Tommy White took the chequers and raced to victory ahead of Jacy Llewllyn, Denny Tyson, Arlo Fellows, Ethan Rudd, George Fenwick, Xavier Laniyan, Blake Read, Oscar Twomey, Jacob Fletcher, Eli Roberts.

George Foames rode a stormer in the 12″ Open 4-5 years of age A final and fought off George Bryan who had a great day with second and Nicky Layt in third, who deserved his place on the podium. Remi-Boe Wright clinched fourth, Ezra Astin, sixth, Eddie Nottingham seventh, Jenson Martin eighth, Theo Ross ninth.

Over in the B Final Noah Mitchell raced to the top spot in front of Oscar Wild, Theo Vaughan, Jackson Fontaine and Esme Fisher.

There was a great battle in the 16″ Standard 3-4 A final which saw Max James-Good getting the better of Louie Smith and Tommy Craig after an epic battle. Great racing guys. Frank Southcott had a great ride for fourth, Freddie Baxter was fifth, Jenson Mason sixth, Grayson Wright seventh, number 23 in eighth and Ethan Rudd in ninth.

The B Final was won by Harrison Thistlewaite ahead of Jesse Thompson and River Mathias.

George Nottingham powered to a tremendous win in the 16″ Open 3-4 year old class keeping second placed Marley Butler and third placed Raife Western at bay. Wheeler Simmons held off the hard charging Reggie Wheatcroft off for fourth after Reggie fell off on lap two. Nicky Layt was sixth, Teddy Tarr seventh, Denny Simmons eighth, and George Breeze was ninth.

Jonah Barks took the B Final win ahead of Theo Malkin.

In the 16″ Standard 5-6 year old Birthday boy Max Stevens made it a birthday to remember by winning the A final in fine style, keeping the dual Smith brothers Eli and Foxy behind him who would finish in that order. Closing in on the leaders with tremendous pace was George Foames who came off on the first lap and fought back with fantastically to finish fourth. Thomas Harrison would end the race in fifth, Eduardo Lukosiunas was sixth, Ollie Vincent seventh, Henry Hutchings was eighth and Mabel Breeze was ninth.

The B Final saw Daisy Cartwright triumph over Noah Louram, Dexter Arnold, Marley Montgomery, Harry Plaice and Heidi Robertson.

The 16′ Open 5-6 year old class is always one of the most competitive and this event was no exception. There was some epic action in the heats with Kolbe Red Sole going unbeaten but he would go down early in the final. Out in front though Austin Roberts was flying and fought off the advances of Marco Reynolds who had a superb day finishing second behind Roberts who took a well deserved victory. Kolbe would battle through the pack for a hard earned third and a place on the podium. Jensen Hawksworth capped off a good day with fourth, Rico Blinkhorn was fifth,Maggie May Layt was sixth, Daniel Beardell seventh, Hadley Dillon eighth and Ronnie Seddon was ninth.

In the B Final Poppy Reeves rode a great race to win ahead of Abbie Naylor, Vivienne Western, Logan Taylor, Jenson Brown, Leo Abbott, Archie Johnson, Shelby Read and Terry Baxter.

The 16″ Open 7-8 year old category was fought out over four point scoring heat races. Carter Spinks came good in the opening race ahead of his friend Henry-James Tempest. Henry-James hit back with the next two victories setting up a final race showdown for the Revvi Cup. The duo battled it out all race long but at the chequered flag it was Carter in front which earned him the title and the cup over Henry James with Lottle Calverley in third, Gene Jenkins in fourth and Henry Spencer in fifth.

Everyone at EXGB and Revvi would like to day well done to all of the little Revvi heroes who took part and rode so well and would also like to say a huge thank you to everyone who came out to race with us, and their families for once again creating a tremendous and supportive atmosphere for the little riders.

A massive thanks of course goes to Don at Revvi for working with us on these events. A big thank you also to Johna and Dan at SX Worx for providing a superb venue, our sponsors at Duck Smart, Monsters of Dirt for the awesome work they do on the awards, Roy, Gemma, Andy and Claire at NORA Motorsport for all of their support and of course our superb team who work their socks up to ensure the smooth running of our events. It’s not easy getting through 52 races that’s for sure…

Next up its Wheeldon Off-Road Centre on the 25th & 26th February for the Revvi South West All Stars!


A Final

12″ Open 3 years of age

1st George Breeze

2nd Harvey Nicol

3rd Reggie Woods

4th Maddox Buckley

5th Rhys Bennison

6th Luca Hayes

7th George Joyce

B Final

1st Tommy White

2nd Jacy Llewellyn

3rd Denny Tyson

4th Arlo Fellows

5th Ethan Rudd

6th George Fenwick

7th Xavier Laniyan

8th Blake Read

9th Oscar Twomey

10th Jacob Fletcher

11th Eli Roberts

12″ Open 4-5 Years of Age

A Final

1st George Foames

2nd George Bryan

3rd Nicky Layt

4th Remi-Boe Wright

5th Blake Martin Benson

6th Ezra Astin

7th Eddie Nottingham

8th Jenson Martin

9th Theo Ross

B Final

1st Noah Mitchell

2nd Oscar Wild

3rd Theo Vaughan

4th Jackson Fontaine

5th Esme Fisher

16″ Standard 3-4 Years of age

A Final

1st Max James-Good

2nd Louie Smith

3rd Tommy Craig

4th Frank Southcott

5th Freddie Baxter

6th Jenson Mason

7th Grayson Wright

8th Number 23

9th Ethan Rudd

B Final

1st Harrison Thistlewaite

2nd Jesse Thompson

3rd River Mathias

16″ Open 3-4 years of age

A Final

1st George Nottingham

2nd Marley Butler

3rd Raif Western

4th Wheeler Simmons

5th Reggie Wheatcroft

6th Nicky Layt

7th Teddy Tarr

8th Denny Simmons

9th George Breeze

B Final

1st Jonah Barks

2nd Theo Malkin

16″ Standard 5-6 years of age

A Final

1st Max Stevens

2nd Eli Smith

3rd Foxy Smith

4th George Foames

5th Thomas Harrison

6th Eduardo Lukosiunas

7th Ollie Vincent

8th Henry Hutchings

9th Mabel Breeze

B Final

1st Daisy Cartwright

2nd Noah Louram

3rd Dexter Arnold

4th Marley Montgomery

5th Harry Plaice

6th Heidi Robertson

16″ Open 5-6 years of age

A Final

1st Austin Roberts

2nd Marco Reynolds

3rd Kolbe Red Sole

4th Jensen Hawksworth

5th Rico Blinkhorn

6th Maggie May Layt

7th Daniel Beardall

8th Hadley Dillon

9th Ronnie Seddon

B Final

1st Poppy Reeves

2nd Abbie Naylor

3rd Vivienne Western

4th Logan Taylor

5th Jenson Brown

6th Leo Abbott

7th Archie Johnson

8th Shelby Read

9th Terry Baxter

16″ Open 7-8 years of age

1st Carter Spinks

2nd Henry-James Tempest

3rd Lottie Calverley

4th Gene Jenkins

5th Henry Spencer

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