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AUS-X Open Supercross event announces landmark move to Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium

Supercross Heros Set to Unleash at Marvel Stadium

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Left-to-right Luke Clout (CDR Yamaha Monster Energy rider), Craig Dack (CDR Yamaha Monster Energy Team Owner), Ryan Sanderson (AUS-X Open Co-Founder), Peter Doyle (CEO Motorcycling Australia) and Adam Bailey (Co-Founder AUS-X Open) -
For the first time ever, in an incredible coup for sports fans, the AUS-X Open is set to run under the roof of the famed Marvel Stadium, in what will be the largest international Supercross and action sports event ever held outside of USA..

The Monster Energy AUS-X Open Melbourne promises to be the biggest off-road motorcycle racing and action sports event in Australian history with Supercross, Freestyle Motocross, live music, pyrotechnics and non-stop entertainment all under one roof on November 30.

Since launching in Sydney in 2015, almost 100,000 fans have been left captivated by ‰Û÷the 20/20 of motorsports‰Ûª due to its short, exciting and energetic racing. This year will be the first time ever, an international Supercross event of this scale and magnitude will be held in Melbourne, featuring the world‰Ûªs best riders going head-to-head on a world championship sized Supercross track.

It will also be an engineering feat, arguably unmatched by any Supercross event in the world and certainly one of the most challenging in Australian history, as supports imported and constructed in the lower level carpark, prepare to handle the immense pressure of up to 6,000 tonnes of dirt, machinery and infrastructure, all positioned in the center of Australia‰Ûªs largest indoor stadium.

AUS-X Open Chairman - Tony Cochrane (Founder of V8 Supercars), states a move to Melbourne will open up a world of opportunity as this exciting event looks to expand and build on its already popular foundations.

‰ÛÏSince its inception, the AUS-X Open has grown from strength-to-strength to a point where we‰Ûªve found ourselves in the fortunate situation of needing to expand to cater for the growing appetite of Supercross racing and more broader sports fans across the country,‰Û
The greatest of all time, 4-time World Champion Ricky Carmichael wows fans at AUS-X Open
Adding even greater excitement, the Monster Energy AUS-X Open Melbourne will double as the Grand Final round to the 2019 Australian Supercross Championship, much to the delight of Peter Doyle, the CEO for the sanctioning body for Supercross racing, Motorcycling Australia (MA).

‰ÛÏThe Australian Supercross Championship is Australia‰Ûªs premiere off-road motorcycle racing Championship. To have the grand finale here in Melbourne, at an incredible event like the AUS-X Open, is a huge positive for the sport and fans alike,‰Û
Luke Clout - CDR Yamaha Monster Energy Rider (Left), Lukah Fawaz - 8-year-old (Centre) and Connor Guillot - 8 year-old (Right) are all gearing up to race infront of a huge Marvel Stadium crowd on November 30
Featuring live music and entertainment, giveaways, stunning pyrotechnics and more; the AUS-X Open Melbourne is an incredible entertainment spectacle for all ages.

Tickets start from $39.99*. For more information and the exclusive opportunity to sign-up to access tickets during the pre-sale before they‰Ûªre on sale to the public, you must ensure you sign up to an exclusive Pre-Sale ticketing opportunity at www.ausxopen.com.

Pre-Sale tickets will be available from May 15 via Ticketmaster.com.au.

The AUS-X Open Melbourne is the final round of the Australian Supercross Championship and is sanctioned by Motorcycling Australia (MA).

Stay tuned to @SXOpenSupercross on social media for some truly amazing upcoming announcements that are sure to blow fans away in 2019 at Marvel Stadium.

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