A repeat of last weekend's Australasian supercross championship round at Waikato Stadium is in doubt after the turf took a hammering in the event.
About 5000 tonnes of soil were poured on to the field last week for the biggest supercross race held in New Zealand.
The event was touted as a success, with Global Action Sports' Mike Porra saying he wanted the Hamilton round to become a permanent fixture on the Australasian supercross calender.
However, Hamilton City Council event facilities manager Mark Christie said any future decisions would heavily depend on the results of grass and soil tests.
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