News 10 Nov 2017

AUS-X Open track map revealed on eve of the event

Saturday show completely sold out as limited spots remain for Sunday's edition.

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The Monster Energy AUS-X Open track map has been revealed on the eve of the prestigious event, which will take place this Saturday and Sunday at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena.

The circuit, which has been constructed by world-renowned builder Jason Baker of Dream Traxx, will see a number of rhythm sections and obstacles that are set to test both the local and international stars.

The Shannons Shortcut remains for 2017, as does the FMX booster ramp for the finish line double, while a steel grated base will be used on the start line that is similar to what is seen in the MXGP World Championship, marking a new addition to the racing.

The event has also confirmed that tomorrow night’s show is completely sold out, signifying that a strong crowd will be on-hand, while Sunday’s edition still has a limited amount of spots available.