Stark Future´s Jack Brunell make history in Manchester UK Arenacross

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History was made at the second round of the 2023-24 UK Arenacross series in Manchester, as Jack Brunell took the win riding a Stark electric bike, his first Main Event win in the history of the Arenacross series.

Stark Future’s Jack Brunell scored an emotional win in the Traxxas Pro main event win last night at Manchester’s packed-out AO Arena for round 2 of the 2024 British Arenacross Championship presented by Fix Auto UK. Harri Kullas and Dylan Woodcock rounded the podium.

Defending Champion Tommy Searle the Traxxas Pro Main Event after an altercation with Stark Future’s Eddie Wade left him crashing out of his final heat. He continued through to the Head to Heads where an unforced error this time took him out in the semi-final. Damage to Tommy’s hand meant that unfortunately he was unable to compete in the Last Chance Qualifier, ruling him out of qualification for the Traxxas Main Event.

Bad luck also wento for Conrad Mewse. He look set to take the final by storm, when his bike failed, and he was forced to compete on a spare Team bike for the final. This resulted in him finishing 10th.

Traxxas Pro Main Event – Round 2:

1. 155 Jack Brunell
2. 151 Harri Kullas
3. 260 Dylan Woodcock
4. 33 Ashley Greedy
5. 19 Justin Bogle
6. 407 Adam Chatfield
7. 211 Jayden Ashwell
8. 119 Mel Pocock
9. 44 Elliott Banks-Browne
10. 426 Conrad Mewse
11. 17 Matthew Bayliss
12. 65 James Mackrel
13. 217 Eddie Wade
14. 14 Luke Burton

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