The ProMX Management team has revealed the much anticipated 2022 Penrite ProMX Championship presented by AMX Superstores Calendar, which features an expanded Championship of eight rounds of racing over eight separate weekends.
Riders, teams, and passionate race fans will no doubt follow the Championship across the nation to witness both domestic and international superstars battle it out for the coveted ProMX Championship crown across the THOR MX1, Pirelli MX2, and Maxxis MX3 classes.
The gate will drop on the 2022 ProMX Championship at the iconic Wonthaggi track in Victoria, for round 1 on March 27th. Building on the huge fan attendances and incredible racing from the inaugural Championship opener this year, Wonthaggi is set to be nothing short of a spectacular launch for the 2022 ProMX Championship.
Round 2 of the Championship will see ProMX partner with the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) presented by MXstore in Mackay QLD, on April 10th, as part of the ultimate off-road racing weekend, treating fans, industry, and riders alike to a show-stopping weekend of off-road racing.
The Championship then moves to Wodonga in VIC, on May 1st, before heading to the city of Churches and the Gillman racetrack in SA on May 29th. Maitland NSW, will again host the ProMX Championship Round 5 on June 26th, before a new and exciting venue in Coffs Harbour, NSW, will host Round 6 of the Championship on July 24th
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The chase for the Championship will then heat up with two weekends of back-to-back racing in the sunshine state of QLD, with Queensland Moto Park (QMP) hosting the penultimate Round 7 on August 14th. The Champions will then be crowned at the Grand Finale of racing at Coolum for Round 8 of the Championship on August 20th and 21st.
“After the tremendous success of the inaugural ProMX Championship in 2021, Motorcycling Australia and the ProMX Management team are further committed to expanding on all areas of the Championship for the 2022 season.” said Motorcycling Australia CEO, Peter Doyle.
“There has been significant investment in the ProMX Championship to help elevate the sport of Motocross in Australia. The new initiatives we were able to introduce such as an international TV package and the addition of the Maxxis MX3 Class to help the next generation of the sport chase their racing dreams, have seen great reception from the riders, fans, and industry alike”.
“Our goals and commitment to the ProMX Championship remain the same in 2022 and this is to further develop a strong platform for the long-term success of Australian Motocross on a national level and to provide a pathway for future champions”.
Stay tuned for more announcements over the coming weeks regarding the 2022 Penrite ProMX Championship presented by AMX Superstores.
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