What is the difference between the Saturday and Sunday events?

Both Saturday & Sunday are the exact same, format-wise. Same riders, same racing, same intense action.

Timings are however slightly different across both days:

– Saturday the Pit Party commences from 12pm with racing starting at 6pm.

– Sunday the Pit Party commences from 10:00am with racing starting at 3:30pm.

With intense racing across two days and the AUS-X Open Event Champion being crowned on Sunday you will not want to miss either!!

When do tickets go on-sale?

Pre Sale commences at 1pm (AEST) on Thursday 25th May and concludes 10pm (AEST) Sunday 28th May.

Sign up to the pre sale link to get first preference for the best available seats!

Tickets on sale to the public at 10am (AEST) Monday 29th May.

Venue Details

Everything in regards to Qudos Bank Arena is covered off in the following link:

Backpacks, prams and much more is all explained in detail.

Ticketek FAQ's

Ticketek is the official seller of all AUS-X Open ticketing.

Any ticketing specific questions are explained in detail in the following link:

Do children get in for free?

Children under three (3) do get in for free, granted they sit on the same seat as the parent (no additional seating will be provided)

Who's competing?

In 2017 we have already announced the return of two time World Supercross Champion –  Chad Reed, current World Number 4 – Jason Anderson and the greatest of all time – Ricky Carmichael who will all go head to head with Australia’s best. It doesn’t end there with many more announcements just around the corner, stay tuned to our social channels and website for details!

Historically the AUS-X Open has attracted World Class talent with Chad Reed, Ricky Carmichael & Cooper Webb kicking off the inaugural event in 2015.  Chad & Cooper returned again in 2016 to take on 4 time World Champion – Ryan Villopoto as well as Justin Brayton.

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Supercross is the ultimate combination of both man and machine, with riders having to be in peak condition to not only prevent physical exhaustion, but most importantly, mental fatigue.

With an incredibly small margin for error, riders must navigate the various obstacles on a Supercross track to extreme precision, lap after lap, round after round, in order to prevent the nasty consequences the sport can provide.



– 10-12 riders start alongside each other.

– Riders race between 5 and 20 laps.

– Each lap is approximately between 30 & 50 seconds.

– The circuit is temporary & man made, with multiple unique obstacles.

– 4000 tonnes of dirt (120 truck loads) shaped and combined with steel ramps.

– Two divisions – the 250cc class and the 450cc class, compete at the AUS-X Open.



Supercross is generally comprised into four elements; the start, rhythm lane (s), whoops & the competition. The start is pivotal; each rider begins on a level playing field – so it’s a time where you can essentially pass the entire field at once, as soon as the gate drops.

Whoops are a series of small bumps, that require 100% commitment & carefully practiced technique. Blitzing across the top of each obstacle and not letting either wheel drop in the gaps is crucial.

For the rhythm lanes, dead eye precision and ultimate commitment is required to nail the fastest, yet most dangerous combination.

Combine the above whilst going bar to bar with 11 other riders all jostling for position, in front of 25,000+ screaming fans, and you have the incredibly exciting sport of Supercross.

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