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Britain's supercross stars Dean Wilson (Scotland) and Max Anstie (England) will take on some of the world's best riders when Birmingham's famous Villa Park hosts the opening round of the 2023 FIM World Supercross Championship (WSX) on Saturday 1 July 2023. They will be using the support of their home crowd to fuel their World Title campaigns and their attempt to claim a share of the US$250,000 in prize money, the biggest purse in World Supercross Championship history.

The International Series has once again chosen the Bright Dawn Foundation to be the benefactor of its CSR initiative in Thailand as competition gets under way at Black Mountain Golf Club today.

The Thai children’s charity has now received US$50,000 from The International Series, which launched in Thailand in 2022, with this year’s cheque handed over by the Asian Tour’s Commissioner & CEO, Cho Minn Thant.

Birmingham City striker Troy Deeney has revealed that he may be interested in creating and owning a basketball club, in his home city, following a recent conversation he had with BBL (British Basketball League) side London Lions’ minority owner Femi Oyeniran.  

On his ‘Deeney Talks’ podcast, the football star, 34, was challenged by the business man to start a professional franchise in Britain’s second biggest city – who have had no major top-level basketball team to represent it for some years.

Former Asian Tour number one Kiradech Aphibarnrat feels this week’s International Series Thailand, at Black Mountain Golf Club in Hua Hin, could help to re-ignite his career with everything working in his favour. Without a win in five years, he is hoping that competing on home soil, at a venue where he has won before, surrounded by family and friends, and on the Tour where it all began for him, will provide the much-needed inspiration he is looking for.

Siddikur Rahman shot one of the lowest rounds of his 18-year professional career today, an eight-under-par 64, to share the third-round lead at the International Series Thailand with India’s Chikkarangappa S, Zach Murray from Australia and Thailand’s Jazz Janewattananond.

Chikkarangappa carded 67, Murray 68 and Jazz 69 at Black Mountain Golf Club in Hua Hin. They lead the Asian Tour event on 15 under by one shot from Koreans Yongjun Bae (65), Mingyu Cho (66), and Jaewoong Eom (68), Micah Lauren Shin (67) from the United States, and Japan’s Yosuke Asaji (68).

The University of Wolverhampton Racing Team (UWR) is driving forward its equality and diversity agenda by appointing its first female racing driver - and the team is back on track for the Britcar Prototype Cup after unveiling a striking new livery for its Praga R1 car. UWR is the only student racing team in the UK competing in the professional motorsport competition.