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Arenacross riders and teams revealed

The UK’s most successful motocross championship will showcase its strongest-ever line-up of teams and riders when the new season begins at the AO Arena, Manchester on 6 January.

With just over five weeks to go until the start of the 2024 Arenacross British Championship presented by Fix Auto, organisers have announced a star-studded roster of competitors for the new season.

With record prize money topping £140k, Arenacross fans are in for a treat as the championship embarks upon its tenth incredible year of entertaining over half-million motocross fans across the UK.

New to the championship for 2024 is long-time British Championship front-runner Harri Kullas who can’t wait to spark up his rivalry with current British Champions Tommy Searle (Kawasaki) and Conrad Mewse (Honda). But it’s Stark Future that could arrive with more than a shock as current championship number 3, Jack Brunell turns to electric power in his ten-year quest to become series champion.

Throw in the mix the ever-entertaining Ashley Greedy (returning from a multi-year ban), super-fast veteran Nev Bradshaw aboard a 250 s stroke, all-new to the full AX series of Supercross-specialist Dylan Woodcock and multiple British Championship and Grand Prix front-runners, Jake Nicholls, Elliott Banks-Browne and VMXDN hero, Mel Pocock – and we have the perfect mix of talent to tear up and entertain over 50,000 Arenacross fans this winter.

Matt Bates, Arenacross Promoter said: “It’s the strongest British line-up we’ve ever had. It was such a tough call last year to make the series a British Championship, but I’m so proud to say that it was more than worth it as the lineup of riders and teams proves.

“Also for the series to reach its tenth anniversary is also so rewarding for the dedication so many of our team have demonstrated – I can’t wait for the gate to drop in Manchester in just a few weeks’ time!”

Confirmed Teams & Riders

Dirt Store Kawasaki

1. Tommy Searle
2. Mel Pocock

Crendon TRU7 Honda Racing

1. Conrad Mewse
2. Jake Nicholls

Stark Future

1. Jack Brunell
2. Thomas Do
3. Eddie Jay Wade

FUS March Geartec Racing

1. Harri Kulas
2. Elliott Banks Browne
3. Jake Preston

S Briggs 10 Central Honda

1. Ashley Greedy
2. Matt Bayliss

SC Sport Homes Husqvarna

1. John Adamson
2. Charley Putnam

AJP Racing Suzuki

1. Ben Clayton
2. Jayden Ashwell

Mark McCann 64 Youtube Channel

1. Dylan Woodcock
2. TBA

SR75 Suzuki Racing

1. Jake Shipton
2. TBA

Armor Vision Race Division

1. Nev Bradshaw
2. TBA

Confirmed Individual/Reserve Riders (Yet to be Placed in Teams)

1. Adam Chatfield
2. Martin Barr
3. James Mackrell
4. Luke Burton