World Supercross comes to Cardiff

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The newly formatted World Supercross Championship will kick start in Britain later this year, with the first round destined to take place in Cardiff during October.

Tickets for the Supercross British Grand Prix have gone on sale this week, with the Welsh capital’s Principality Stadium playing host to the event on Saturday, October 8.

An expected 40 of the world’s best riders will line up for the event, including 2020 FIM World Supercross Champion Eli Tomac and organisers say the new format is a ‘fresh beginning’ for global supercross racing.

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The stadium will be transformed into ‘the ultimate dirt bike battlefield’, there will be races in both the WSX (450cc) and SX2 (250cc) classes, and a prize fund of around £200,000.

Tickets start from £35 and are available here.

Phil West

By Phil West

MCN Contributor and bike tester.