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Need to Know Links for the TransCan

2019 TransCan Grand National Championship – The Heartbeat of Canadian Motocross Friday, August 9th, 2019 – Brigden, Ontario TransCan Amateur Grand National – Walton Raceway, Walton Ontario – Promoted By WLTN/MRC August 12-17, 2019 Motorsport Racing Canada (MRC) is always humbled by this time of year. The celebration of Canadian moto is about to begin. For nearly 30 years the grounds at Walton Raceway have proven to bring the very

Penalties Handed Down to 5 Riders at Minnedosa National

MRC OFFICIALS REVIEW – RD3 Rockstar Triple Crown OFFICIAL RULING FROM MRC HEAD REFEREE PAUL KINGSLEY  Event: Pro 25O and 450 Class Moto 1 Starts, MX Tour Round Three, McNabb Valley, Minnedosa, Manitoba  Date: June 15, 2019 The MRC Head Referee Paul Kingsley initiated a review of the starts from both 250 and 450 pros using Triple Crown footage.   Upon completion of this review, there were infractions found where racers

Ruling on Calgary Protest

COMPETITION COUNCIL PROTEST TRIBUNAL OFFICIAL TRIBUNAL APPEAL RULING from MCC Competition Council Monday, June 3, 2019 Event : Pro 250 class, Moto 2, M/X Round One, Wild Rose Motocross Park, Calgary, AlbertaDate: June 1 Appeal presented in writing with fee at venue by: Allan Dyck, Team Manager for Sky Racing Husqvarna Appeal of: Result of rider of # 19 Honda, Dylan Wright riding dangerously due to off track excursion. The

MRC May News Letter – Grand National ANQ’s and Provincial Series in Full Swing!!

MRC May News Letter – Grand National ANQ’s and Provincial Series in Full Swing!!    Wednesday, May 29, 2019 In the month of May Motocross racing across Canada has burst out of the gate striving for the holeshot in every province. From Vancouver Island to Atlantic Canada thousands of racers are chasing the dream, having fun with friends, spending time with family, and expressing their passion for racing. The VIMX

Parts Canada Amateur Open Returns for 2019

Parts Canada Amateur Open is Back on the Sunday following the Rockstar Energy MXTOUR. Registration will be done on site Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning through the Local MRC Region. There will be 14 Parts Canada Amateur Open classes, with additional Regional Support classes. Rounds 1-6 of the MXTOUR will have Amateur Open Event: 1. Wild Rose MX Park  – June 2 Calgary, AB 2. Blackwater MX Park – June

MRC 2019 Amateur Racing Schedules for Canada

MRC 2019 Amateur Racing Schedules for Canada (NB: We will update this list as we receive the finalized schedules) BC – coming soon Alberta South – AMSA: http://amsamx.ca/race-schedule/ Alberta North – ADRA: https://www.albertadirtriders.com/race–events-schedule.html Saskatchewan – https://www.instagram.com/p/Br0moONnrBL/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=6u16rc1kcsc   Ontario –  http://amoracing.com/2019/01/10/2019-south-western-and-eastern-ontario-race-schedules/ Quebec – http://www.challengequebecmotocross.com/calendrier_courses.html Atlantic Region – coming soon MRC Amateur Nationals – http://mrcracing.com/?p=2016

MRC Rule Changes for 2019

Rule Changes for 2019 Wed Jan 2, 2018 – Brigden, Ontario Amendment – Page 6 Pro Rider Package – 250 class Eligibility Rule for 2019 and beyond: 250 – Open to all riders with the exception of: Two-time 250 or former 450 Canadian champions within 5 years of their last title AMA Pro riders Finishing top 10 Overall in the Outdoor Nationals for past 3 years (250 & 450 class) AMA

2019 MRC Memberships Available Online Now

2019 MRC Membership ready for you!! Monday, December 17, 2018 – Brigden, Ontario Motorsport Racing Canada is ready to launch its 2019 membership program. This has been months in the works in an effort to obtain the same National infrastructure but also keeping in mind the cost to the customer to go racing. For 2019 the price for an MRC membership will be $65. “It’s exciting to initiate this new

MRC announces Ryan Gauld as New Amateur Race Director

MRC announces Ryan Gauld as New Amateur Race Director Mon Dec 10, 2018 – Brigden, Ontario Motorsport Racing Canada (MRC) is excited to begin its second year as the national sanctioning body for Canadian motocross. With growth, change is imminent, and the first of many changes for 2019 is the announcement of Ryan Gauld as the MRC Amateur Race Director and General Manager. “We have seen what Ryan has done