Best of British Line-up for Arenacross
The Arenacross Tour presented by Fix Auto UK heads into its 2023 series with the best line up of British Motocross Pros ever seen in an arena, all with eyes firmly set on being crowned the first-ever official British Arenacross Champion.
The Pro class grid will be packed full of world ranking Motocross stars, reigning and former British Motocross champions, many of whom haven’t faced the challenge of Arenacross before.
In the mix are the 2022 MX1 and MX2 champions, namely Tommy Searle and Conrad Mewse, together with former champs Jake Nicholls, Elliott Banks Browne and Shaun Simpson. They’ll be joined by the first ever Arenacross Pro champion Adam Chatfield and British Arenacross experts Jack Brunell, Matt Bayliss and Joe Clayton.
In another first, the 2023 Arenacross series has attracted support from the major manufacturers with the teams running on KTM, GASGAS, Husqvarna, Kawasaki, Yamaha, and Honda machinery.
The full list of 2023 Arenacross Pro riders includes:
- GTCi Revo Kawasaki; Tommy Searle and Mel Pocock
- Crendon Fastrack Honda: Conrad Mewse and Josh Gilbert
- Tru7 Honda; Jake Nicholls and ‘rider to be announced’
- Team Mark McCann 64: Elliott Banks Browne and Joe Clayton
- Gabriel KTM; Shaun Simpson and Ben Clayton
- Darjen Contractors Kawasaki; Matt Bayliss and Chris Bayliss
- FUS Geartec Husqvarna; Adam Chatfield and Jake Preston
- TLD GasGas; Jack Brunell and Jordan Booker
- Apico Factory Racing; Martin Barr and ‘rider to be announced’
- Yamaha Ireland; Jason Meara and James Mackrel
- Team ESP; Luke Burton and Jayden Ashwell
Clearly delighted with the wealth of British talented throwing their weight behind the 2023 Arenacross series, promoter Matt Bates said; “Signing up every top British rider to the series was my goal, and we’ve more than achieved it – and I can’t thank these riders and teams enough for the support they’ve given me in firing Arenacross back into life with a bang. Equally I want to send out a HUGE thank you to the fans of Arenacross who have voted with their feet – ticket sales have never been so strong and we’re looking like the entire series will be a massive sell-out; something I could have only dreamed of whilst sat in the depression of Covid.”
The 2023 Arenacross Tour:
- Round 1: Friday 20th January – SSE Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland
- Round 2: Saturday 21st January – SSE Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland
- Round 3: Saturday 28th January – P&J Live, Aberdeen, Scotland
- Round 4: Sunday 29th January – P&J Live, Aberdeen, Scotland
- Round 5: Saturday 4th February – The Resorts World Arena, Birmingham NEC, England
- Round 6: Saturday 18th February – The OVO Arena, Wembley, England
Click here to purchase Arenacross tickets at Aberdeen's P&J Live.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How can I buy a VIP View Bar Upgrade?
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- How can I book a table at 195 Bar & Grill?
Our 195 Bar & Grill offers a unique dining experience before selected shows at P&J Live. You can check availability and book a table here.
- Will I be able to purchase food at P&J Live?
There is a wide range of food and beverage options available to purchase for concerts and events, including catering outlets offering a variety of hot food options.
Please note - it is against venue policy to allow patrons to bring in their own food and drink to the venue. At P&J live it is our aim to be completely cashless, all of our bars, kiosks and restaurants accept card payments, this is more efficient, safe and ensures a speedy transaction. There are therefore no cash machines on the TECA site.
- Is there parking available at P&J Live?
Yes, there is parking available on-site at P&J Live.
There are various ways to pay for your parking at P&J Live
On site payment machines: We accept both cash and card payments on site, pay on exit is required by entering your vehicle registration at any one of our machines located in the car parks. Please note payment machines only take coins and not notes.
APCOA Connect App: Up to 24 hour after you have left the venue, you can pay for your parking on the APCOA Connect App. Once you have downloaded the app, use location code 6680 for the Sub-T Car Park (underground) and location code 2356 for the Surface Car Park.
You can also pay for parking via the APCOA website here, click which car park you parked in and then you will be able to pay for parking.
- Can I pay by cash within P&J Live?
At P&J Live it is our aim to be completely cashless, all of our bars, kiosks and restaurants accept card and contactless payments. This is more efficient, safe and ensures a speedy transaction.
There are no cash machines on the TECA sites.
- What bus can take me to P&J Live?
Regular buses will be coming in and out of the complex daily for public use. Details on bus routes and operators are still in discussion and any updates will be posted on the getting here page of the website.
Currently, the Stagecoach Bluebird Jet Service 727 runs regularly from Aberdeen City Centre to Aberdeen Airport, stopping in the TECA site.
- How do I purchase accessible seating for a show at P&J Live?
All the tickets for our Special Access Platform are sold via our ticket agent Ticketmaster.
Further information on accessibility at the Venue can be found on our Accessibility page.