Twelve lucky 11-to-14-year-old have been selected to contest the first single-make race series ever to be staged in the history of the Arenacross Tour, the Team Green Supermini Cup.
The chosen riders were revealed on the Arenacross stand at the NEC’s Motorcycle Live last Saturday, where they got to meet the
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
Dylan Woodcock and Team Green have parted ways but there is no news yet of what he'll do in 2018.
He has been an integral member of Team Green for many years starting on a KX85 and working his way through the ranks to compete in the MX2 class in 2017 on
Team Green have played a major part in the success of many riders careers. Road racer Mason Law and MXer Lewis Hall about how Team Green has helped them in their on-going journey to the pinnacle of their sports.
After climbing through the ranks with Team Green from KX85 to KX250F this year in the MXY2 class, Lewis Hall has signed a deal to stay with Team Green for 2018 as he moves to the MX2 class in the Maxxis British Championship and selected rounds of the EMX250 series.