Our first Profile of a Nora Champion of 2022 is with 18-year-old Max Inman who won the Stock Minibike Class with the Dirt Track Riders Association.
Where are you from? Spalding, Lincolnshire
What type of sport do you race in? Flat Track with the Dirt Track Riders Association, Minibike Champs MX.
What bike do you ride? 2019 Honda CRF125F
What Championship did you win? I won the Stock Minibike class with the DTRA
What was your toughest race in the championship? My toughest race was probably Greenfield TT, the last round. I had Paul Young on my tail for the whole final, and he passed me on the last lap, we passed the finish line 0.031 seconds apart.
Who was your biggest rival? My toughest rival was probably Joe Banks, we were battling for the title going into the last round, but unfortunately he broke his ankle in a heat race at the last round.
What was your best race on the way to the title? Kings Lynn, Round 3, my first ever race win.
How does it feel to be British Champion? I’m very happy to be Minibike Champion, but I’m the future I would love it work harder and become champion of other classes.
What are your goals for 2022? My plans for 2022 are to compete in the DTRA Nationals again, and race the Minibike Champs MX championship.
Who would you like to thank for their help? I can’t thank anyone enough.
But massive thanks to my Mum and Dad for always supporting me and getting me into the sport.
Anthony Brown, Anna Butler and the rest of the team, for putting on the best races every year.
Greenfield George Pickering for having the best track and letting me get involved, and getting me on board with Team Greenfield from an early stage, the amount George has done for me is unbelievable.
Again, Anthony Brown, George Pickering, Joe Banks, and many others for making things possible for me when I can’t, always giving me tips to improve, and just making the sport a great place for me.