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Entry lists: Aberdeen Arenacross

Entry lists: Aberdeen Arenacross
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The entry list for round five and six of the 2024 Arenacross British Championship taking place this weekend at the P&J Live Aberdeen (26 and 27 January) has been confirmed.

French Supercross specialist Pierre Lozzi steps in for Mel Pocock on the Dirt Store Kawasaki.

MX2 MXGP rider Jorge Zaragoza from Spain takes over for Dylan Woodcock, who’s forced to sit out the visit to the Granite City due to mandatory concussion rest.

And finally, the big surprise is that Crendon TRU7 Honda Racing star, Conrad Mewse is still entered for Aberdeen. With only 10 points separating Mewse and Stark Future’s Jack Brunell at the top of the championship standings, Conrad looks set to grit his teeth and compete to keep his Arenacross British Championship dream alive.

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Traxxas Pro Rider Entry List: Aberdeen

211 Jayden Ashwell AJP Racing Suzuki
11 Ben Clayton AJP Racing Suzuki
14 Luke Burton Norman Watt Geartec Racing
65 James Mackrel Norman Watt Geartec Racing
91 Charlie Putnam SC Sporthomes Husqvarna
2 John Adamson SC Sporthomes Husqvarna
59 Chris Bayliss D.A.D BWR Racing
127 Scooter Webster D.A.D BWR Racing
33 Ashley Greedy S Briggs 10 Central Honda
407 Adam Chatfield Mark McCann 64 Youtube Channel
99 Jorge Zaragoza Mark McCann 64 Youtube Channel
44 Elliott Banks Browne FUS Marsh Geartec Racing
151 Harri Kullas FUS Marsh Geartec Racing
217 Eddie Wade STARK FUTURE RACING
155 Jack Brunell STARK FUTURE RACING
19 Justin Bogle STARK FUTURE RACING
773 Thomas Do Dirtstore Kawasaki
420 Pierre Lozzi Dirtstore Kawasaki
426 Conrad Mewse CRENDON Tru7 Honda Racing

Find out more at www.arenacrossuk.com.

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Words: Press Release

Image: Nigel McKinstry

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