World Supercross Finale – Track Map, Preview, Schedule for the weekend!
The Grand Final of the 2023 World Supercross Championship, the Boost Mobile Australian Grand Prix, is finally upon us and promises to pack a punch over two nights with four world titles up for grabs.
Words: WSX Press Release, Images: WSX
Melbourne, Australia’s sporting capital, has embraced WSX and eagerly awaits the high-intensity racing set to go down to the wire with four riders battling it out for the 2023 WSX title! Will current championship leader, Joey Savatgy triumph over reigning champ Ken Roczen, or can the in-form Dean Wilson or hard-edged Vince Friese claim victory? In the SX2 class, England’s Max Anstie has a commanding championship lead over last year’s SX2 World Champion, Shane McElrath, but we know anything is possible when racing, so don’t rule the determined American out yet!
With two incredible nights of race action, including the Yamaha YZ65cc Cup and CR22 85cc junior racing and FOX Australian Supercross Championship on Friday, plus entertainment featuring live music from DJ Brooke Evers, pyrotechnics and FMX stunts there is something for everyone – LET’S GO MELBOURNE!
The final round delivers the BIGGEST supercross track ever built at Marvel Stadium with 7,000 tonnes of dirt brought in for the event. Gates will drop for 20 riders on a full sized supercross track, with multiple rhythm sections which will create different line choices and passing opportunities, technical skills will be tested with a big set of challenging whoops, along with iconic supercross features including a triple, dragon’s back, wall jumps and a steel ramp finish line for added airtime.
Friday 24th November – Australian Supercross Finale
Saturday 25th November – World Supercross Finale