The top markets for arenacross this season were Dallas, which produced 25,551 in attendance, Louisville, Nashville and Reno and Guthrie, Okla., which rose to an impressive attendance of 17,899.With Darcy Lange leading the charge, the exciting competition was the drama surrounding second and third place—which fluctuated weekly. It was this intense rivalry that brought people out in droves to cities like Charlotte and Greensboro.Dallas made its mark this year moving from a smaller arena in Fort Worth to Reunion Arena. The change in venues brought another 2,000-plus people out to see the hometown heroes of Shogun Yamaha battle it out against the golden boys of Team Green Kawasaki.In Charlotte, the sport’s popularity continues to grow, with attendance climbing higher than 2003-2004. The final attendance for the race in 2005 was 21,910.In Louisville, it was another sell out year. The city continues to attract record numbers for Regional Arenacross. This year’s Regional Arenacross Series starred the working man’s hero, Jeff Willoh, who clinched the title in Greensboro and the sold-out crowd in Louisville saw the future champ early on in the season.2005-2006 Regional and National Arenacross Series On-Sale InformationJuly 15-17 Exclusive Cross Club Pre-Sale: An exclusive pre-sale offer to purchase tickets is made to the official Cross Club members only. Cross Club members also receive a monthly, in-depth newsletter with special offers, news and local promotions.July 18-24: Tickets will be available through our internet pre-sale via; www.arenacross.com; www.motorsports.cc.com; www.ticketmaster.com; www.tickets.com (Guthrie, Okla.); www.pmiwi.com (Green Bay); www.neweratickets.com (Des Moines).July 25: Tickets go on sale nationally via the internet, arena box offices and Ticketmaster.For more information on the Regional and National Arenacross Series log on to www.arenacross.com.