Up to 10,000 people descended upon Foxhill outside Swindon on 26 July, drawn by the sound of roaring engines.
Foxhill Motocross track, which is highly thought of within the racing community, hosted the sixth round of the British Motocross Championship.
Foxhill owner Genevieve Mather said, “When spectators get here they are absolutely gobsmacked; it’s stunning to watch from the minute the riders start.
“It’s a wonderful area and a great place to be. The spectators have a really good time and it gives me great pleasure to run it.”
In addition to the main event there was a kids’ quad track, fun fair and trade stands – something for all the family.
Bob Parker, visiting the venue for the first time, commented:
"I am into motorcycling, but this was my first visit to Motocross…"
"The place, Foxhills, was a big surprise, much larger and more established than I had expected. There was plenty of well organised parking, getting in was easy and without waiting."
"The site itself is spread out over a valley and much of the racing you are looking down on so you can see a fair amount of what's going on. There were plentiful facilities for purchasing food and drink (with a licensed bar area) and ample toilet facilities."
"Practice sessions took place in the morning before racing proper started at 12:30, and a full card ensured entertainment through to about 6pm."
"I don't know much about motocross, but the races were easy to follow with a running commentary over the tannoy system. All in all, a good day out with an excellent turnout."