S-X Open Auckland Preview day before racing at Mount Smart

S-X Open Auckland Preview day before racing at Mount Smart

S-X Open is set to be a smasher at Mount Smart stadium, Auckland November 24th. Track is looking on point, Riders are keen, having taste of the triple today in Media Press morning under blue skies.

S-X Open Auckland Dean Wilson

S-X Open Auckland Dean Wilson

International Riders including USA Justin Brayton, recently winning Australia SX Championship, 2x Australia’s SX Champion Chad Reed, USA based Dean Wilson, Australia’s leading and 2nd in current SX Championship Dan Reardon and Brett Metcalfe, along with Australia’s Lites SX winner 2018 Jay Wilson, joined by NZ’s own AMA East Coast Lites SX Champion Ben Townley and back from Europe Josiah Natzke all had first taste of the track today.

America’s Motorsport icon Ronnie Mac was in full character, looking relaxed and ready for the show-down tomorrow night.

S-X Open Management, along with WEM Kevin Williams fine-tuning organization for the big event, made all feel welcome amongst Media personal, making most of opportunities to get up-close with Riders, giving viewers visual glimpse on behind scenes preparations for NZ’s largest S-X Open ever.

Film edit previews S-X Open, day before racing: it will be a goodun!

Words: Sharon Cox

 

 

 

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