Australian WSX GP - Live
Posted on November 21, 2023
2023 WSX Boost Mobile Australian Grand Prix will descend on Melbourne, Australia’s sporting capital this weekend featuring some of the world’s best supercross riders fighting it out for four world titles, over two huge nights at Marvel Stadium, on Friday 24th & Saturday 25th of November. Live Timings for the Australian GP: HERE (WSX link live from Wednesday). Live Streaming (Outside of Australia) via WSX.TV
Joey Savatgy (127 points), reigning 2022 WSX World Champion from PMG Ken Roczen (122 points), the inform Firepower Honda’s Dean Wilson (111 points), and hard-edged rider from Motoconcepts’s Vince Friese (108 points) are all in the mix for the WSX World Champion title, should the night go their way.
In the SX2 class, Britain’s Max Anstie from Firepower Honda (140 points) has a commanding championship lead of 32 points over Rick Ware Racings & last year’s SX2 World Champion, Shane Mcelrath (108 points), with Team GSM’s Maxime Desprey (97 points) and Honda NIL’s Chris Blose (93 points) sitting in third and fourth places, respectively. While Anstie will go in the favourite, Mcelrath is the reigning champ & has a point to prove, and Maxime & Blose both have form from the recent round in Abu Dhabi.
Due to injuries, two teams have made changes to their Melbourne line up with CDR’s Aaron Tanti, who sustained injuries in Abu Dhabi, withdrawn from the WSX class (and will not be replaced), while Club MX’s Matt Moss (injured), will be substituted by local Australian rider, Rhys Bud in the WSX class.
Additionally, three Australian Wildcard Riders have been confirmed for the final round, with Dylan Wills taking the WSX wildcard position, while Nathan Crawford & Kaleb Barham will line up in the SX2 class after impressive recent rides at the FOX Australian Supercross Championship.
FOX Australian Supercross Championship, which will take the spotlight on Friday night with Australian domestic titles on the line. On Saturday, WSX World Champions will be crowned in front of a packed Marvel Stadium with LIVE racing beamed out to millions of homes with a global broadcast audience across North & South America, Europe, Asia and Oceania.
Spectators attending will witness not just Australian and WSX World champions being crowned, but an incredible night of entertainment featuring live music from DJ Brooke Evers, pyrotechnics, gravity defying FMX stunts, fan zones & fun activations for the whole family!
The highly anticipated event is supported by the Victorian Government through Visit Victoria, with tickets still available to see the live racing action from www.ticketmaster.com.au