It was a case of close but no cigar for GL12 Racing KTM at round six of the UK Arenacross Tour in Sheffield Arena on Saturday night. Despite two strong rides in qualification, James Dunn struggled with his starts in his heats and missed the Main Event. British two-stroke champ Mike
Reigning Arenacross UK champion Thomas Ramette of the British SR75 World Team Suzuki team ticked off his first goal for the season by getting a win under his belt last weekend in Birmingham. The fast Frenchie had a terrible night at the second round of the series but clawed himself
Former GP ace Nico Aubin will line up for the remainder of the UK Arenacross Tour with RFX Suzuki, replacing Italian Angelo Pellegrini who broke his arm at the opener. Aubin will have his first-ever AX outing at round three of the series at The Genting Arena, Birmingham this Saturday, the 20th
Kawasaki will have Jack Brunell and Adam Chatfield in the Pro class and Joy Clayton in the Pro Lites class in the 2018 Arenacross Tour, in a team backed by Salisbury-based dealer Holeshot racing. Team Green Holeshot Kawasaki will be owned and run by Kawasaki UK and will compete for victory
The Manchester Arena, where a suicide bomber murdered 22 concert go-ers last week, will be defiant against terrorists and again will be the opening round of the 2018 Arenacross series on January 6.
Tickets for the series go on sale on Monday at the www.arenacrossuk.com website!
The Arenacross Tour 2018
Saturday 6th January
Thomas Ramette and SR75 World Team Suzuki lifted their third consecutive Arenacross UK championship title, after another nail-biting series finale at the Wembley Arena. Three Suzuki-mounted rider were all in with a shout of winning the crown, with Team RFX St. Blazey Suzuki's Cedric Soubeyras and Angelo Pellegrini also looking
Check out what went on as Team Motohead's X Bladez WD-40 Husqvarna team of Collin Jurin, Dylan Schmoke and Fred Hojris tackled the Sheffield Arenacross!
The Pro class Main Event in the second night of the Belfast Arenacross threw up plenty of surprises, with ‘bad boy’ of AX, Welshman Ashley Greedy (PRO Systems PAR Elite) making it through to the final as the promoter’s choice; Buildbase Honda’s Matt Bayliss holding a strong third right up
Reigning Irish MX champ Jason Meara is raring to get out and give it his all this weekend at rounds four and five of the Arenacross championship in Belfast – his home city. But, it could all have been so very different …
Amazingly, the 19-year-old from Loughbrickland walked away from
The massive Manchester Arenacross crowd may have whooped and shouted for Pro riders like winner Angelo Pellegrini on Saturday night, but the biggest cheer of all was reserved for the youngest and least experienced racer of the night – Freddie Bartlett.
Singled out to the crowd in the opening ceremonies, Bartlett