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Arenacross Races to London for Epic Finale Tomorrow Night!

Arenacross Races to London for Epic Finale Tomorrow Night!

The epic final round of the 2024 Arenacross British Championship presented by Fix Auto UK is set to go down to the wire at the OVO Arena Wembley tomorrow night (24 February).

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History will be made as local hero Jack Brunell (Stark Future Racing) bids to become Arenacross British Champion for the first time after a decade of trying.


The Windsor rider leads the standings by 12 points, but with double points on offer in the Traxxas Pro Class, Brunell will be looking over his shoulder in London as his teammate Justin Bogle (Stark Future Racing) and Adam Chatfield (Mark McCann 64 YouTube Channel) remain in mathematical contention to take the crown.

In the team standings, the 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.

Matt Bates, Arenacross Promoter said: “It’s always amazing for Arenacross to end our championship at the iconic OVO Arena Wembley, London, and with an almost guaranteed championship win for Jack, everything is shaping up to be an incredible night for the entire Arenacross show.

“Not only this, but making history in Motocross is something that I’m also incredibly proud of; Stark winning their first official FIM sanctioned championship will mark a new era in the sport… and that happened at Arenacross.”

Championship leader Jack Brunell, Stark Future Racing said: “Wembley is so special to me because it’s my home race.

“I can’t wait to get out there and do what I need to do to bring my first championship home. It’s going to be an emotional night for me and my family.”

Limited tickets remain, visit for details now.

Championship Standings

Pos No. Name Total Diff
1 155 Jack Brunell 83 0
2 151 Harri Kullas 71 12
3 19 Justin Bogle 61 22
4 407 Adam Chatfield 55 28
5 33 Ashley Greedy 52 31
6 426 Thomas Do 47 36
7 773 Conrad Mewse 41 42
8 65 Dylan Woodcock 35 48
9 260 Elliott Banks-Browne 26 57
10 14 James Mackrel 25 58

With double points on offer for the final round, this makes a win in the Main Event worth 30 points, although an extra two Bonus Points will be available for the fastest lap in morning timed practice, another two for top Qualifier from the initial heat races, and two more for winning the Head-to-Head Final before the LCQ.

This makes a top score of 34 possible for the night (you can’t be top Qualifier and win the Head-to-Heads!), meaning that although Harri Kullas is not able to ride after injuring his shoulder at Birmingham, it does mean that Justin Bogle, Adam Chatfield, and Ashley Greedy are still in with a mathematical chance.  If Bogle were to collect maximum points, then Brunell would need 7th in the Main Event to still be Champion.  That becomes 9th if Bogle doesn’t get the 4 Bonus Points before the Main Event.

To be Champion, Chatfield needs to win the Main Event even if Brunell doesn’t score at all, as does Greedy, although he would need Bonus Points as well to topple Jack’s total. Both would need Bogle to finish lower than 7th as well!

Points on offer at Wembley:

Pos Points
1st 30
2nd 26
3rd 22
4th 20
5th 18
6th 16
7th 14
8th 12
9th 10
10th 8
11th 6
12th 4