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Searle signs to race Arenacross

Reigning British MX Champion Tommy Searle has thrown his cap in the arena and signed up to contest the full six-round action-packed 2023 Arenacross indoor motocross championship. The consistently-fast former World number two and back-to-back British Champion led the outdoor series from the opening round to secure the title. He is

Roczen in for Paris SX as Lawrence Bros pull out

WSX champ Ken Roczen is a last minute entry for the famous Paris Supercross on November 12-13, drafted in as replacement for the Lawrence brothers. The USA-based Aussies Jett and Hunter were to star in the annual event but have had to pull out due to international visa issues. A

Will Roczen or Friese be world SX champ?

Marvel Stadium has been transformed for the WSX Australian Grand Prix, with more 6,000 tonnes of dirt creating the ultimate  supercross race track.  The event has attracted supercross fans from across the country with more than 50,000 spectators expected.  German rider Ken Roczen is favourite to take home the premier WSX tittle, however

How Woodcock tackled the Cardiff SX

SR75 Suzuki and Dylan Woodcock made history this weekend, competing in the maiden round of the all new FIM World Supercross Championship (WSX) in Cardiff, UK. The team secured Dylan a wildcard entry to the first ever WSX race and lined-up in the SX2 class onboard the specially prepared SR75

Tomac and Roczen talk Cardiff

A perfect score for Eli Tomac saw him win the inaugural FIM World Supercross Championship Grand Prix, which took place in Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Saturday. The American secured the WSX (450) class win with three GP race victories, while compatriot Shane McElrath took the overall honours in the SX2 (250) class. The wait

Arenacross pre-sale tickets on sale

While the Arenacross team are busily making plans and preparing for the 2023 Tour next January and February, pre-sale tickets are proving to be hugely popular, with all venues reporting an unprecedented and high level of interest. A 20% discount code has been distributed to those Arenacross fans who have signed

Tomac takes triple Cardiff SX win

Eli Tomac’s incredible season continues as he won all three main events in the first ever WSX World Supercross championship at Cardiff. With wins in the AMA Supercross and outdoor Nationals this year as well as the Motocross of Nations, he dominated the brand new event inside the Principality Stadium

Tomac tops Cardiff SX practice

Eli Tomac set the quickest lap in timed practice for tomorrow's World SX opener at Cardiff. The Yamaha man headed Ken Roczen, out for the first time on his non-HRC Honda. Joey Savatgy was third while Briton Dean Wilson was sixth. Deano, out for the first time on his new

How to watch Cardiff SX

The FIM World Supercross Championship has announced broadcast agreements with BT Sport, DAZN, and Viaplay, to broadcast the championship in the UK, Ireland, and throughout Europe, beginning with the upcoming opening round of the year at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium this weekend. In the UK and Ireland, BT Sport will broadcast three

Countdown to Cardiff

The countdown is on to the opening World SX round at the Millennium stadium in Cardiff on Saturday. The organisers are poised to reveal live streaming details for fans who can't make it. And here's an animated track map. And the current entry list is: WSX class entries Ken Roczen – Honda Genuine Eli Tomac