The engineering to pull of an event like this almost eclipses the event itself, arguably unmatched by any Supercross event in the world. With over 5,100 Railway Sleepers and 1,856 Steel Prop supports imported and constructed in the lower level carpark, to handle and hold the immense pressure of over 850 truckloads and up to 6,000 tonnes of dirt.
Brayton is pleased to see how much this event has grown over the years, since his first year competing with Honda in Australia back in 2016.
‰ÛÏThis Championship has gained so much momentum locally and overseas; I know guys back home who stream this final round because it‰Ûªs such great quality racing. It‰Ûªs just getting better and better, the crowds are growing and it‰Ûªs certainly put Australia on the world Supercross radar.‰Û