February 17th, 2017.

All roads lead to London this Saturday, the 18th of February when the 2017 Arenacross Tour reaches its climax at the Wembley Arena. And, by all accounts, it’s going to the wire.

Those lucky souls who witnessed just what went down last year, when the gloves came off, will know what can happen when emotions run high. Anyone who missed out should quickly grab a ringside seat and buckle in as, with just 17 points separating first to fifth, and 46 points up for grabs, it’s simply too close to call. What’s more, there are two Brits – Buildbase Honda’s Adam Chatfield and Team Green Kawasaki’s Jack Brunell - in that top five. They’ll want to be flying the flag high in their home city.

The team to beat is RFX St Blazey. At the helm of this team are RaceFX MD Paul Irwin and Steve Annear of West Country-based dealership St Blazey MX. This pair invested heavily in the 2017 Tour and could be about to reap a well-deserved return-on-investment. Right back at the very start of his firm’s involvement with Arenacross, Irwin stated that he viewed it as a good platform from which to promote the company’s major brands; RFX, Bell and Seven. Given the reach AX has beyond the core base of motocross, he could well be on a winner in more ways than one.

Doors open at 6.00pm tomorrow for the final round of the 2017 Arenacross Tour at Wembley Arena. A few tickets are still available via www.arenacrossuk.com

Pictured; RFX team-mates Angelo Pellegrini (l) and Cedric Soubeyras (r) could place the Blackburn-based firm on the Arenacross map.