World Supercross British Grand Prix
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Cardiff will host the first ever World Supercross British Grand Prix later this year, with the sport’s biggest stars set to light up Principality Stadium on Saturday 8th October. The sport of supercross is intense dirt bike racing in a stadium environment and combines the adrenaline-fueled action and jaw-dropping jumps with live music, freestyle motocross stunts, and awe-inspiring pyrotechnics, making it a perfect family night out. While there are popular domestic championships across Europe and standalone events in cities such as Paris, France, and Herning, Denmark, the World Supercross Championship has historically taken place in the United States.
However, in 2022 a new era of World Supercross Championship finally goes global and will pit the best riders on the planet against each other in stadiums across the globe, including the likes of championship favourite and international superstar Ken Roczen, Cole Seely, Justin Brayton and 40 of the world’s best athletes. And with the UK the birthplace of motocross racing, having the first round of the championship take place in Britain is a fitting appreciation of the sport’s history. Current US champion and former World Supercross Champion, Eli Tomac, will also make a wildcard appearance at the event, adding to the star-studded lineup. His inclusion, alongside archrival Roczen,
On Saturday 8th October Principality Stadium will be transformed into the ultimate dirt bike battlefield for one epic night of unmissable action and intense competition racing, with 10 teams and 40 of the best riders from across the globe doing battle for over US$250,000 in prize money and international supremacy.
Plus, live entertainment featuring AJ Tracey.