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October 19, 2011

SHEFFIELD SX – ANDO NOT QUITE DONE WITH THE UK

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PAR Honda rider Brad Anderson’s incredible year in the UK has deservedly landed him a place in the sun and a ride with one of Australia’s premier race teams for the 2012 season. Ando’s clean sweep of three major British Motocross championships has left the likable Jordy hungry for just one more title in the form of a Future West ACU British Supercross Championship before flying off to Oz in the new year.

 

This week Anderson has been honing his Supercross skills in anticipation of the first round of the series at Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield this Saturday night. Although the Aussies would like him down under right away they will have to wait a few more months to see him in the flesh but good news is about to surface for his Aussie fans and Ando fans around the world.

 

Future West and Pulse8 Media are set to provide high definition internet coverage for just a 5.99. Unfortunately anyone in England and Wales wanting to see him will have to buy a ticket and go to Sheffield as the internet access will not be available in England or Wales. With the best ever line up of British teams and star riders it’s going to be a night to remember. If you live in England get your tickets now from the Sheffield box office 0114 256 5656. If you live elsewhere cough up the price of a couple of pints and tune in, you wont be disappointed!

 

PAR Honda rider Brad Anderson’s incredible year in the UK has deservedly landed him a place in the sun and a ride with one of Australia’s premier race teams for the 2012 season. Ando’s clean sweep of three major British Motocross championships has left the likable Jordy hungry for just one more title in the form of a Future West ACU British Supercross Championship before flying off to Oz in the new year.

 

 

 

This week Anderson has been honing his Supercross skills in anticipation of the first round of the series at Motorpoint Arena in Sheffield this Saturday night. Although the Aussies would like him down under right away they will have to wait a few more months to see him in the flesh but good news is about to surface for his Aussie fans and Ando fans around the world.

 

 

 

Future West and Pulse8 Media are set to provide high definition internet coverage for just a 5.99. Unfortunately anyone in England and Wales wanting to see him will have to buy a ticket and go to Sheffield as the internet access will not be available in England or Wales. With the best ever line up of British teams and star riders it’s going to be a night to remember. If you live in England get your tickets now from the Sheffield box office 0114 256 5656. If you live elsewhere cough up the price of a couple of pints and tune in, you wont be disappointed!

 

To watch online in HD book now at www.fwsx.com

 

 

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