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Entry List: The AX World Tour

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The AX World Tour rose to prominence last week, when it was announced that Evgeny Bobryshev will contest the indoor series for the first time. Who will join the former Grand Prix winner in arenas across the United Kingdom, Belgium and Germany though? Well, the entry list for the pro class is now available and can be viewed below. The riders with numbers one through ten finished in that order in the championship last year.

1

Thomas Ramette

2

Angelo Pellegrini

3

Cedric Soubeyras

4

Adam Chatfield

5

Adrien Escoffier

6

Jack Brunell

7

Cyrille Coulon

9

Florent Richier

10

Matt Bayliss

14

Nique Thury

33

Ashley Greedy

44

Elliott Banks-Browne

55

Mike Kras

114

Jordan Booker

122

Dan Reardon

151

Harri Kullas

173

Luke Norris

200

James Dunn

225

Charles LeFrancois

303

Jake Millward

777

Evgeny Bobryshev

871

Fabien Izoird

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Brunell Crowned 2024 Arenacross British Champion

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Jack Brunell (Stark Future Racing) has won the 2024 Arenacross British Championship presented by Fix Auto UK.


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With double points on offer in the final round at the OVO Arena Wembley, the Windsor rider finished in third place to take the title in front of a packed ‘home’ crowd in London.

The result means Brunell wins the championship by 34 points ahead of Harri Kullas (FUS Marsh Geartec Racing) with Adam Chatfield (Mark McCann 64 YouTube Channel) in third.

It’s a double-celebration for the new champion, with his Stark Future Racing Team making history by finishing top of the teams championship.

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Arenacross Races to London for the Finale

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London’s calling as the climactic final round of the epic 2024 British Arenacross Championship presented by Fix Auto UK races to the capital on 24 February at the iconic OVO Arena Wembley.


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After seven edge-of-your-seat rounds crossing the length and breadth of the country, the final is set to entertain fans and families alike with a high-octane mix of indoor Motocross racing and Freestyle Motocross, carefully choreographed into a three-hour live performance that includes lasers, pyrotechnics, and unscripted family-focused action all performed to a heart-pumping soundtrack. 

Local hero Jack Brunell (Stark Future Racing) leads the Traxxas Pro Class by 12 points as he bids to end his decade-long wait for Arenacross championship glory, but with double points on offer, the Windsor native will be looking over his shoulder as several rivals remain in contention to take the crown.

In the team standings, Brunell’s Stark Future Racing team lead on 86 points, with Mark McCann 64 YouTube Channel in second with 71 and FUS Marsh Geartec Husqvarna just two points behind in third.

As well as incredible racing all evening, fans can look forward to an electric atmosphere at the OVO Arena Wembley to celebrate the season finale. Expect jaw-dropping freestyle motocross performances, The Fuel Girls bringing the heat with their fired-up pyro show to warm up the crowd, t-shirt cannons, Mexican Waves, rider signings, vendors and plenty of noise means it’s a night you’ll never forget.

Elsewhere on the card, London’s own 9-year-old Jimmy Ball will be hoping to make a big impact in front of his ‘home’ crowd as he races in the AX65 youth class. Elsewhere Kent’s John Slade (10 years old) will be hoping local support carries him through to victory as the current leader of the AX65 Championship.

Reigning Arenacross British Champion, Kent born Tommy Searle will be unable to compete at Wembley and retain his title following an accident earlier in the series. In his role as series ambassador, he’ll be present throughout the event to meet fans, work with the media and keep a watchful eye on the competition, he said: “I love Arenacross and it’s very difficult to be sitting on the sidelines not taking part, but as a fan the championship battle is hugely exciting to watch.

“I’d love to be out there battling for the title, but I’m delighted to be able to continue being part of the event and look forward to meeting as many fans as possible at OVO Arena, Wembley!”

The event will also welcome one of the fastest rising stars of the dirt racing scene, Olivia Reynolds. The teenager from Northampton has been riding motocross bikes since age of three, has been taken under the wing of the legendary US racer Travis Pastrana and holds the world record for the youngest female to ever land a backflip on an MX bike.

Matt Bates, Arenacross Promoter said: “I can’t believe we’re heading to London already! It’s been an amazing season of the British Arenacross Championship presented by Fix Auto UK, with the best yet to come as we go down to the wire.

“The battle in the Traxxas Pro Class has been epic so far and one thing’s for sure, we’ll be crowning a brand-new Arenacross British Champion in London.

“London is without doubt one of our favourite places to visit and there’s no greater buzz than the sight and sound of the crowd rocking at the iconic OVO Arena Wembley as our riders and show wow the fans.

From racing to freestyle, The Fuel Girls and much more – Arenacross is a high-octane evening for the whole family that’s not to be missed!”

Tickets are selling fast, don’t miss the British Arenacross Championship at OVO Arena, Wembley on 24 February 2024.

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CREO AX Debrief: AX season recap as the team looks towards AMA Supercross

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All season we’ve been making mistakes and coming up short – but as many times as things haven’t gone to plan, we’ve regrouped and doubled down.


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I cannot overstate how proud I am of my guys for finding their groove and doing what it takes to continue fighting. I care about what position they cross the finish line, yet it’s not the most important metric. The measurement I’m concerned with is corrective action. Are they learning race craft? Are they consistently reducing mistakes? Are they managing their emotions?

All I’ve seen all season is improvement. My riders, their mechanics, myself – it’s all refined and coming together – at the most important time of our season.

Jorgen closed out the season with a pair of P3s in the second main both nights. His whoops were dialled. This is paramount, because it’s been his weakness all season, and at the right time before we head into SX, he found his technique. I can’t remember if he pulled any holeshots, but he was always toward the front in each race. I applaud his effort and am so pumped on his two podium performances.

Tyler improved his timed qualifying position average and showed more fight in him in Springfield than I’ve seen all season. On Friday he chased down, masterfully passed, and played perfect defence against Nelko to squirt away and own 5th place. Saturday in the second main after getting pushed off the track he clawed back to 9th and an opportunity to take 8th. On the final lap of the main, the final lap of the season, with two corners to go – he absolutely smoked Norred and claimed 8th. Norred didn’t go down, as Tyler simply moved him, but Norred wanted to start shit after the race. Tyler didn’t buy into the bullshit, and I’m so proud of him for big dogging on the track and keeping his cool afterwards.

Dawson had a bad weekend – it started with a mechanical issue of the cam timing being off after having a new top end put in his bike. It’s worth mentioning his engine guy is an ace mechanic, he just made a one tooth mistake on each cam gear when setting the registration marks. I’ve done it before. However, thanks to the help of Marek, Jorgen’s wrench, we were able to correct the issue and reset the timing through some open heart surgery. Dawson also was on brand new supercross suspension, and the stiff bike on the slick track was not the preferred choice. But he stuck it out, finished the weekend, and is moving on with sights set on a full SX training campaign in Florida with Club 57.

I’d love to report what position the guys finished the season in, but the points online have been wrong all season and are wrong today. It’s been pretty disappointing that this has been an ongoing issue, but at the end of the day the points don’t have bearing on our momentum – which is at 100% and we’re ready to rock in SX.

Thank you for supporting CREO during this AX season, we’ll see you in Arlington.

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