The 2023 Arenacross Tour presented by Fix Auto UK rocks up to the P&J Live Arena in Aberdeen for rounds three and four the of British Arenacross Championship this weekend.
The Arena opens its doors to Scottish fans at 5pm on Saturday the 28th of January when the rider pits are made accessible to all visitors. This is followed by rider autograph signing in the foyer at 6.30pm where there’s also the chance to stock up on refreshments and Arenacross merchandise, before the 7.30pm show opening. The arena reopens at 2.00pm on Sunday the 29th, with rider signing at 3.30pm and a matinee performance starting at 4.30pm.
For those who simply can’t make the trip to Aberdeen, free-of-charge live streaming will be available on the Arenacross YouTube channel from 7.15pm on Saturday for round 3, and again from 4.15pm on Sunday for round 4.
Sat 28th January, Round 3, Youtube Link: https://youtube.com/live/8A6grTOg8nA?feature=share
Sun 29th January, Round 4, Youtube Link: https://youtube.com/live/Ex22A0Q8UJM?feature=share
As the 2023 Arenacross British Championship heads into round two, Crendon Fastrack Honda Racing leads the Pro class by a round 10 points ahead of GTCi in second, with Darjen Kawasaki in third.
2023 British Arenacross Team Championship overall, after two rounds:
Crendon Fastrack Honda Racing – 49 points
GTCi Revo Kawasaki – 39
Darjen Kawasaki – 18
FUS Geartec Husqvarna – 16
Mark McCann 64 YouTube Channel – 16
All Moto Yamaha powered by Start Solar – 12
Troy Lee Designs GASGAS – 11
Tru7 Honda – 9
AJP Geartec Racing Team – 9
Visit www.arenacrossuk.com for more Arenacross news and information on how to book tickets.