By integrating the National Championship into existing Cross Country Series the level of competition will be better than ever. Round 1 in Ormstown, Quebec will be part of the hugely sucessful FMSQ series. The following weekend Round 2 will take place at Motopark in Chatsworth, ON which will also be the final round of the Wiesner Insurance Ontario Cross Country Championship prestened by APEX Cycle KTM. At the Motopark event the course will consist of the full trail system and the full MX track with live engine gate start.
Many riders have been asking how the classes will work because there are some differences between the WEC and FMSQ classes. The WEC classes will be used to determine the Championship because they are in line with the majority of race series across the country. At the FMSQ event WEC will score the race in tandem with the FMSQ timing crew. At event registration in Ormstown riders will sign up in the FMSQ class that suits them (see below) and wear a FMSQ transponder which will be provided at no cost to riders from outside of Quebec (a $100 refundable deposit will be required) and then sign into the WEC scoring system in the appropriate WEC class. FMSQ will score the event in their normal fashion and award the trophies accordingly. WEC will then post the results on the WEC site in the WEC classes.
The FMSQ will accept race licenses from Pacific North West Motorcycle Asscociation, Alberta Dirt Riders, CMRC/WEC.
The FMSQ Classes are in Red and the WEC National classes that correspond are in Black.
2 PM Start
EXPERT - PRO
INTERMEDIAIRE - INTERMEDIATE
JUNIOR 4 STROKE – JUNIOR *note the Junior 4 Stroke and 2 Stroke results will be combined for WEC JUNIOR results
JUNIOR 2 STROKE - JUNIOR
40+ - VET MASTER *note the 40+and 30+ class results will be combined for WEC VET MASTER results
30+ - VET MASTER
DAMES EXPERT - WOMEN
11 AM Start
AMATEUR A - BEGINNER
AMATEUR 40+ - SUPER SENIOR & VET SENIOR
AMATEUR 30+ - VET JUNIOR
DAMES INTERMEDIARE - WOMEN
9 AM Start (in Ontario these classes start at 9:30)
ECOLIER A (LIMIT 105CC 2S OR 150CC 4S; 12 TO 15 YEARS OLD) - MINI SENIOR
ECOLIER B (LIMIT 85CC 2S OR 125CC 4S; 10 TO 13 YEARS OLD) - MINI JUNIOR
World Enduro Canada is encouraging all Canadian Cross Country racers – particularly those from the east – to make a point to attend these events. If your a serious racer and want a shot at a National Title to see how you stack up to the best in Canada or if you just want to be part of a ground breaking series then you owe it yourself to attend these races.
For more information please visit www.worldendurocanada.com