Harri Kullas signs up to race Arenacross
Three-time UK MX1 Champion Harri Kullas will make his British Arenacross Championship debut in 2024 as the latest big name rider confirmed for the series – supported by long-time friend and current MX of Nations Team Manager, Mark Chamberlain.
The 31-year-old Finnish-born Estonian will renew rivalries with old sparring partners, reigning British Arenacross Champion Tommy Searle and current British Motocross Champion, Conrad Mewse as he looks to add Arenacross glory to his already impressive motocross CV.
Harri Kullas said: “I’m so happy to be taking part in the 2024 BritishArenacross Championship – especially as the UK has been my racing home for many years now. The series has grown massively in the past 12 months and it’s where all the top riders and race teams want to be – I can’t wait to head to Manchester in January and equally can’t thank Mark Chamberlain enough for putting this together for me!”
Matt Bates, Arenacross Promoter: said: “Harri has been one of the fastest riders in the UK for many years, so to get him on the start gate for Arenacross proves that we really will have the best in British Motocross lining up for when the season kicks off in Manchester in January. Not only this, over the last 6 months he’s raced at the front end of so many major races including AMA Motocross and more recently, the MX of Nations in France, proving that despite not racing in the MXGP World Championship, he’s still one of the fastest in the World”
Mark Chamberlain, Team Manager said: “Harri has been a great friend for a long time, and with Arenacross going from strength to strength, it made total sense to put together a team and race in a series that we all love being a part of – I think Harri will surprise a few people with how fast he is indoors – roll on January”