Australian SuperX Championship Round 4 hits Auckland this weekend- all out action, entertainment and fun for all!

Australian SuperX Championship Round 4 hits Auckland this weekend- all out action, entertainment and fun for all!

Monster Energy S-X Open Auckland hits Mt Smart stadium this weekend with massive line-up of racing in SX1 and SX2 classes- Round 4 of 5 in Australia Supercross Championship Series.

Monster Energy S-X Open Auckland Photo Credit: S-X Open Supercross

With packed schedule of racing including Triple Crown final race format, the event boasts exciting line-up with Yamaha Celebrity Challenge, showdown between USA vs NZ with National pride at stake along with X-Games Levi Sherwood making final appearance in front of home crowds.

For 2nd time, current SX1 leader Justin Brayton hits NZ turf with table standings of 70 points over fellow country-rider CDR Yamaha Monster Energy Luke Clout on 67 points. Same Team rider Dan Reardon stands 3rd on 64 points.

SX2 heralds top contenders from Australia and USA battling top 10 positions with even split at 5 Aussies and 5 Americans taking top spots. KTM Raceline Josh Osby holds slim points margin on 62 points with Penrite Honda rider Chris Blose on 61 points. Australia’s Aaron Tanti is only one point behind in 3rd.

Josh Osby KTM Raceline Photo Credit: Josh

All-out sports legends namely Ricky Carmichael, Chad Reed and Ben Townley along with current USA riders: Jason Andersen, Joey Savatgy and Josh Hill will most certainly amp fans off their seats come kick off time.

With dirt rolling in, track formed, jumps scupltured and whoops smoothed out, Round 4 of S-X Open Auckland looks set to celebrate all that fans enjoy- close racing, on track rivalry between Nations, up-close and personal photo signing sessions with sports heros and fireworks a plenty.

Event kicks off Saturday November 16th, Practice and Qualifying from 3.00pm, Gates Open 4.30pm, Racing starts 6.00pm.

Header Photo: Justin Brayton Photo Credit: Justin

Words: Sharon Cox.

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