Raced on the same supercross track as the Australian Supercross Championship the day before but with some of the bigger triple jumps reduced for safety, ArenaX racing is a great stepping stone for those making the transition from motocross to supercross racing.

Heaton stormed to victory on his KX250F at the ArenaX opener with 2 hole shots and 2 race wins in 3 races. His 2-1-1 results handing him the round victory.

Heaton was also on track for a podium finish on board his KX85 with 2-3 results in his first 2 85cc races however a collision with another rider in the 3rd and final moto left him just outside the top 3. He was equal 3rd overall but missed the podium due to countback.

A happy Heaton Rejtano say's, "Thanks a lot to Kawasaki Australia for all of their help and support. The KX's were awesome. Also a big thanks to Factory Spec Suspension, Ken, Mick Illis, F1 Moto and Kelen Kawasaki. I can't wait to finish the series on a high note in Brisbane."

The ArenaX Championship will conclude at the final round of the 2014 Australian Supercross Championship in Brisbane, QLD on 8th November.

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