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2023 Canadian Triple Crown Series Schedule

2023 Canadian Triple Crown Series Schedule The 2023 Canadian Triple Crown Series schedule has been released. It will see the 8-round MX series start at RAD Torque Raceway in Edmonton, Alberta, which will act as Round 1 of the MX and the SX/AX series (details to follow), as well as a return to the uniquely cosmopolitan track in downtown Calgary, Alberta, at Wild Rose Motocross. The SX/AX series will spend

PODCAST | Mitchell Harrison Talks about Winning the 2022 Canadian AX Title and the 250 Triple Crown

PODCAST | Mitchell Harrison Talks about Winning the 2022 Canadian AX Title and the 250 Triple Crown By Billy Rainford We talk with GasGas Cobequid Callus rider #29 Mitchell Harrison after winning the 2022 Canadian Triple Crown Arenacross Championship as well as the 2022 250 Triple Crown title. Mitchell will now turn his attention to racing the 2023 250 West class in the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Series set to start

Night 2 at the Calgary Arenacross

Night 2 at the Calgary Arenacross By Billy Rainford Saturday night at the Nutrien Western Event Centre in downtown Calgary, Alberta, marked the final night and round of racing to decide champions in the 2022 Canadian Triple Crown Series. With Cole Thompson missing from action as he races the Fox Australian Supercross Championship, the titles were really GasGas Cobequid Callus rider #229 Mitchell Harrison‘s to lose. It was the return

Calgary AX Podiums

Calgary AX Podiums Calgary Arenacross night 2 podiums(Final round of the 2022 series): 250 Main: 1. 229 Mitchell Harrison GAS2. 15 Jess Pettis KTM3. 14 Quinn Amyotte YAM 450 Main: 1. 229 Mitchell Harrison GAS2. 15 Jess Pettis KTM3. 12 Julien Benek KAW Super Final: 1. 229 Mitchell Harrison GAS2. 14 Quinn Amyotte YAM3. 12 Julien Benek KAW Harrison wins 250 and 450 AX championships and 250 Triple Crown Title.

Night 1 at the Calgary Arenacross

Night 1 at the Calgary Arenacross By Billy Rainford As we headed into the final weekend of racing in the 2022 Canadian Triple Crown Series at Nutrien Western Event Centre in downtown Calgary, we were missing points leader Cole Thompson. Cole is currently competing in the Fox Australian Supercross Championship and would be missing the final rounds and the chance to take this title. Close behind him in points (-7

CALGARY ARENACROSS – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

CALGARY ARENACROSS – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW Classes: 250 Pro, 450 Pro, Superfinal, Open Junior, Open 65, Youth 14-29, 50cc 4-6, 50cc 7-8, Open 85, Vet Open 30+, Supermini  Sign In: Since Registration is completed online, there will be no sign in required at the event. See Alec at the Building Entrance for Transponder Rentals at 10:00am Friday & Saturday, or contact him at 506-608-8136 via txt or call Rider Pits: The Pit area will

Night Two in Sarnia | Here’s What Happened on the 2nd Night of Racing

Night Two in Sarnia | Here’s What Happened on the 2nd Night of Racing By Billy Rainford We were back in the tight confines of the Progressive Auto Sales Arena in Sarnia, Ontario, on Saturday. Like night one, although there weren’t a long list of riders, the riders who came to race were at the top of their game in Canada – it was a pretty deep field. #16 Cole

2022 Sarnia Arenacross – Saturday Results

2022 Sarnia Arenacross – Saturday Results Progressive Auto Sales Arena Sarnia, Ontario Canadian Triple Crown Series AX – Round 3 Saturday, October 1, 2022 250 Pro 16 Cole Thompson YAM 84 Tanner Ward KAW 170 Devin Simonson KAW 229 Mitchell Harrison GAS 14 Quinn Amyotte YAM 26 Westen Wrozyna YAM 27 Guillaume St Cyr KTM 22 Tyler Gibbs GAS 33 Jeremy McKie KTM 53 Chris Blackmer HQV 450 Pro 229