First time Arenacross contender, Greg Aranda dominated the entire weekend by topping every session and winning every race on his more or less stock Kawasaki KX450.
The Pro Class racing format consists of qualifying during the day and two heat races in the evening. The top six riders from the two heat races combined go into the Superfinal event. Being the fastest in both practice and qualifying, plus winning the Superfinal on both nights, Aranda set the bar high for the 2019 series.
The Frenchman now takes the red plate into rounds 3 and 4, taking place at Birmingham on the 1st and 2nd of February 2019.
“I loved coming to Arenacross for the first time. It's great to race in front of the British crowd and my bike was very strong. It was very cool to win all the races,” commented the 29 year-old.
Teammate, Jack Brunell was also in fine form over the weekend, finishing 5th and 4th in both the Superfinals respectively.
With these results, Team Green Kawasaki are the Championship leaders moving into the second of three events for the series which consists of two rounds at each event.
Young gun from Devon, Ben Clayton won three of four races on his KX250 giving Kawasaki the championship lead in the 250cc Rookie class as well.