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Heritage Park revved up for Arenacross event

Chilliwack’s Heritage Park will burst in to life again this weekend with rounds five and six of the KTM Canadian Arenacross Championships.

Friday and Saturday evening mark the last two nights of racing scheduled for Chilliwack this year, following two days of great racing in the big red barn last weekend.

A capacity crowd witnessed great battles between pro points leader and BC native Spencer Knowles and American rider Brad Nauditt.

Knowles holds on to a slim points lead in both pro classes heading into this weekend’s competition. The field includes heavyweight pros from Nova Scotia, Quebec, Ontario, Alberta, BC and the United States.

KTM star and Quebec native Kaven Benoit’s presence should add even more spice to an already stacked class.

Doors open at 6 p.m. both days with racing starting at 7 p.m. Check arenacross.ca for ticket prices and info.

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