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Arenacross Tour is gearing up nicely ahead of big Belfast round

By Paul Lindsay

Published 07/01/2016

The opening round of the 2016 Monster Energy Arenacross Tour - powered by Ford Ranger - lived up to all the hype last weekend, when a sell-out crowd witnessed a spectacular evening of top-level racing in Manchester.

The all-new Tour appears to have found a winning recipe with Thomas Ramette, the 2015 Arenacross Pro champion, seeing off the challengers to his crown and the addition of the outrageous Freestyle exploits proved popular, which augers well for round three at Belfast's SSE Arena on January 15 and 16. Visit for further information and to buy tickets. Individual ticket prices start from £10.00 for children and £19.00 for adults, with a ticket for a family of four from just £49.

Meanwhile, for those who love a bit of nostalgia and the smell of Castrol R, the Comber Motorcycle Show, run by Norman McKeag, will take place on Friday and Saturday, January 29 and 30 at First Presbyterian Church, High Street, Comber. All types of modern and classic machinery will be on display with memorabilia for the collectors to browse, as well as some rare and historic race films from the halcyon days. Admission is just £3.

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