Chatfield heads up FRO Systems PAR Elite team

By |2016-12-10T13:03:58+00:00December 10th, 2016|Categories: MX SX AX NEWS|

UNITED KINGDOM. The 2013 Arenacross Pro champ, Adam Chatfield, returns to AX freshly motivated and with an all-new, all-British team.

Honda-mounted Chatfield will join Yamaha-mounted Welshman Ashley Greedy as the duo set out on their AX offensive with the focus of putting the FRO Systems PAR Elite team on the podium at each round. The younger Greedy brother, Josh, will represent the team in the Pro Lites category.

Chatfield ended the 2016 series on a high note, finishing on the podium in the last three rounds – winning the final at Wembley. He dug deep in that explosive finale, stayed out of trouble and deservedly won the Main Event. That short taste of glory has given him the incentive to hit the ground running (or riding even …) when the AX gate drops at the Manchester Arena on Saturday the 7th of January 2017.

“I’m really happy to be part of the new FRO Systems team,” said Chatfield. “I’ve known Mark for a few years now and I know when he does something, he does it right. We will have a great set-up and I’m ready to start off where I finished last year – on top. It’s great that a new team will be on the AX circuit, and I trust Mark to put everything in place around me so that I can go out and get the job done. It’ll be fun riding with Ashley too, I think we’ll have some laughs.”

If there’s one thing that will spur on the Brits, it’s a cheering and hollering home crowd – they need you!

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