With the cancelling of the penultimate Arenacross day on Friday, the final round of the 2020 Tour on Saturday 22nd February is just days away and with double points in the Pro class Superfinal, the championship is guaranteed to go down to the wire between one of six riders.
Cedric Soubeyras kept a cool head to clinch the UK Arenacross title from under the nose of defending champ and fellow Frenchman Thomas Ramette at the finale in London's Wembley Arena on Saturday night.
The Pro Main Event was unusually incident-free, but with so much at stake for the leading duo
Just three points separate red plate holder Cedric Soubeyras (Team FRO Systems) from racing rival and reigning AX Pro champ Thomas Ramette (SR75 World Suzuki) as the UK Arenacross Tour heads to the showdown at the capital city’s SSE Arena in Wembley. Can this be the year for Soub? With four
The UK Arenacross series is to go International in 2018. Although there has been no announcement of the date or location of any potential new rounds, organisers have released the following information which means a date change for the Wembley round:
There’s a change a foot to the previously announced 2018
After a disappointing weekend at the Sheffield Arenacross where the MotoHead-backed four-rider XBladez WD40 Husqvarna team were hampered by bad luck, the series finale was set for Wembley and the team spirit was high. For the first time, the Pro team had spent the week together and a mid-week test
Adrien Escoffier won the race, Thomas Ramette won the title, MotoHead's own Collin Jurin ended up on the podium, Cyrille Coulon had a huge moment in the rhythm section, Cedric Soubeyras hit the dirt. And there was lots more in our film from the weekend's UK Arenacross finale at Wembley
Prior to this evening’s Arenacross extravaganza in the series finale at Wembley, it was widely predicted that the championship would go to the wire, and that it did. SR75 World Suzuki’s Thomas Ramette is the newly-crowned first-ever three-time Arenacross Pro champ and, remarkably, he achieved this without winning a Main