Tommy Searle became first-ever Arenacross british champion and couldn’t hide his smile after getting his trophy. The GTCi REVO Kawasaki spoke of his race and how this title means a lot.
‘I got a good start, behind Jack. He was riding a brilliant race and I settled into his rhythm more than I should. I was surprised as the rest of the night, he was struggling. I couldn’t get round Jack and into the whoops I decided to double, and Conrad came by’, he began to say quoted on the official website of the competition, before adding:
– It means a lot to Kawasaki and to my team to keep my championship streak alive. It’s good to be here, an absolutely brilliant series and I loved every minute of it. This might be my last year of racing, but I feel good. There’s some young riders like Conrad and Josh coming up but why stop – I’m loving it at the minute. Tonight I focused on the bonus points. If Conrad had those, he would have been champion. I was fastest in qualifying and had a couple of good heat races and got another point. I made it happen early on, so I made my night much easier.
And concluded: ‘Even when me and Conrad came together in Scotland, I lost a lot of points. Over the championship, those moments matter’.