2015 Australian SX Championship & Arena X Series Supplementary Regulations released
MEDIA RELEASE: Motorcycling Australia (MA) in conjunction with the rights promoters would like to announce that the Supplementary Regulations for both the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship and 2015 Arena X Series are now available.
The revamped six-round Supercross Championship, which will be coordinated by MA and encompass rounds in four states, will feature SX1, SX2, SXD and Junior classes.
This year’s edition of the Championship will also feature the Arena X Series, which will run alongside the Supercross in Rounds 1 and 6 respectively.
Supplementary Regulations for the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship can be downloaded HERE, while Arena X Series Supplementary Regulations can be found HERE.
Alternatively, both can be sourced from the Supp Regs page of the MA website.
Entry forms are also now available for Rounds 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 via cloudentries, while Round 5 entries can be found via the MX Nationals website.
Supercross Coordinator Mark Luksich said preparations for the event were coming together nicely for what is expected to be an exciting series.
“We are now just under three months from the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship kicking off in Bathurst, New South Wales on October 10,” Luksich said.
“Plenty of work has already gone in to make this series the best it can be for the riders, organisers, officials, fans and the industry in general, which has coincided with some of the exciting announcements regarding the SX Championships made in previous months.
“The Arena X was very popular last year so we have included it again with two of the SX rounds. This gives riders a great opportunity to learn the SX skills in a professional environment as a stepping stone to their Supercross ambitions.
“We look forward to some great action, great crowds and some new ideas that the four promoters plan to bring to their events.”
To keep up-to-date with all the news from the 2015 Australian Supercross Championship, stay tuned to the Motorcycling Australia website.