Thomas Ramette added another main event win to his tally for this year’s Monster Arenacross series, taking his total for the campaign to five as he took the win in Sheffield for round 10 of the 11 round championship.
The Frenchman won his opening heat race, with his teammate Cyrille Coulon in second, before going on to take victory in his second heat, ensuring automatic qualification into the main event.
He finished second in the head-to-head shootout, but was back on the top step of the podium at the end of the night, taking the win in the main event and showing again that he and his RM-Z450 are perfectly suited to Arenacross racing.
He was joined on the podium by Coulon onboard the second SR75-Molson Suzuki RM-Z450, who finished third. He also finished third in the head-to-head shootout.
Ramette said, “It was another good weekend for us and keep us in the hunt for the championship with one round to go.
“It’s great to get another main event win and really shows that, as a team, we’ve got all of the components together to be the best at this level.
“We’ve had some bad luck along the way too and we’ve been caught up in some incidents, which have cost us points, but come the end of February we will hopefully still be wearing the number one plate.”
Coulon added, “It was great to get another podium for me and for the team, and we are still leading the team championship after this round, and I am still third in the championship standings.
“I enjoyed the racing a lot and I am happy for Thomas to take another win for him and for the team. I’m feeling good for the final round in a couple of weeks.”