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Arenacross success for SR75 Suzuki World Team in Birmingham

Arenacross success for  SR75 Suzuki World Team in Birmingham

The Muc-Off sponsored SR75 Suzuki World Team claimed an amazing first win at round 4 of the Arenacross UK championship in Birmingham last weekend, with Valentin Teillet racing his incredible Suzuki RM-Z250 machine to first place in the Pro Lites Main Event 1, all in front of a record-breaking crowd of over 10,000 Arenacross and Supercross fans!

Overall the SR75 Suzuki team had an unbelievable weekend at round 3 & 4 of the AXUK championship in Birmingham, scoring more points than any other team on both nights! The team claimed an outstanding 9 podiums in 10 main event races, with countless holeshots putting SR75 team riders Charles Lefrançois and Valentin Teillet out in front on their Suzuki RM-Z machinery, which performed superbly throughout the weekend.

The team currently hold a strong 2nd position in all three main championships; Pro Lite, Pro 450 and Pro Team. With a gap of only 12 points to the top of the Pro Team championship, SR75 Suzuki are now setting their sights firmly on the final rounds 5 & 6 in Sheffield on 15-16th February.

Team Owner, Geoff Walker, commented: "We had a really strong weekend in Birmingham, it's great to take our first win of the season, with both riders clearly on the pace, setting the fastest laps in a few races. Both riders are really starting to gel with our awesome Suzuki RM-Z450 and RM-Z250 machinery and I'm confident we will be even stronger at the next two rounds in Sheffield. I want to say a huge thank you to all of our team partners for their continued excellent support, you all help to make this happen and we truly appreciate it."

The ArenaCross series, along with team SR75 will be back in action at round 5 & 6 of the Arenacross UK Championship in Sheffield on 15-16th February.

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