Canadian Rockstar Triple Crown Series - Round #4 - McNabb Valley Mx Facility

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6/9/2018 6:42 PM
Edited Date/Time: 6/9/2018 6:53 PM

- Round #4 of the new Canadian Mx Rockstar Triple Crown series next weekend in Minnedosa, Manitoba

- Location: McNabb Valley Mx Facility - Minnedosa, Manitoba

- Date: 16-Jun-18

- Research data: http://www.rockstartriplecrown.com/.

- 2018 Teams
1. GDR Honda - https://www.instagram.com/gdrhonda/?hl=en
2. Rockstar Yamaha OTSFF - https://www.instagram.com/rockstar_otsff_yamaha/
3. Monster Engery/Alpinestars/Piller's/Kawasaki - https://www.instagram.com/monsterenergyastarskawasaki/
4. ClubMX/Redemption Racing - https://www.instagram.com/redemptionracingmx/
5. Royal Distributing/FXR/Yamaha/MX101 - https://www.instagram.com/mx101racing/?hl=en
6. Carlson Racing - https://www.instagram.com/carlsonracingmx/
7. KTM Canada Racing Team - https://www.instagram.com/ktm_canada/
8. Sky Racing - https://www.instagram.com/skyracing17/?hl=en

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/9/2018 6:43 PM

McNabb Valley Mx Facility Preparation(s) - Presented by Direct Motocross Canada

http://www.directmotocross.com/progress-at-mcnabb-valley-mx-round-4/

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/10/2018 1:24 PM

New red plate heading into Round #4

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/14/2018 4:38 AM

ABOUT THE TOUR

Jetwerx is proud to host the 2018 Rockstar Energy Triple Crown Series. This innovative new series will see three avenues of racing taking place over a ten month period. The series will be composed of 6 Rounds of Arenacross, 9 Rounds of Motocross and 3 Rounds of Supercross. Crowning the champion with a $100,000 payout in the 450cc class and $10,000 in the 250cc class.

Rules to win the Triple Crown:
1) A rider must compete in at least one (1) race/event per discipline (Arenacross, Motocross, Supercross)
2) A riders points are accumulated in one (1) class and cannot be a combination of 250 and 450 points.
3) The rider that wins the Triple Crown Series, does NOT have to win a race or a championship at any discipline to win the Triple Crown title.
4) The rider with the highest overall points in the 450 and 250 class at the final round of the Triple Crown Series (Hamilton Supercross November 17th) will be the Triple Crown Champion for their respected class.
Their will be Three (3) separate series’, Arenacross, Motocross and Supercross, which will bring 3 Championships in each discipline for the 450cc and 250cc Class.
Minnedosa, MB- Round 4 of the Rockstar MXtour Nationals is back at it this weekend June 16th/17th at the McNabb Valley MX park in Minnedosa, MB. After a bit of a mudder and a major switch up in points, action is only going to heat up from here. WMX West championship is coming to a close, can Kennedy Lutz hang on to yet another Championship. Stick around Sunday for the Parts Canada Amateur Open, and try your hand at a Regional Championship.
The below info will help you get to where you need to be and insure you are ready to go racing.

MXTOUR Race Format
Thursday -1pm Factory Parking
Friday – 9am Privateer Parking
– 12pm Team Managers meeting
– 1pm-4pm Pro Sign-In
– 1pm-5pm Pro Tech Inspection
– 2pm Amateur Parking

**NO WMX TECH INSPECTION
ABSOLUTELY NO SIGN UP ON RACE DAY

Saturday – 7:30am Pro Riders Meeting
– 8am Practice/Qualifying Starts
– 1:30pm Pro Racing starts
WMX Motos – 10am – Moto 1
– 12pm – Moto 2

PRO SIGN-UP
$85 (Pre- entry – Online www.rockstartriplecrown.com) closed Wednesday
$110 (Post entry – Friday at Track)
WMX SIGN-UP
$85 (Pre-entry – Online www.rockstartriplecrown.com) closed Wednesday
$85 ( Post entry – Friday at Track)
Must have MRC Licence to enter
N0 250 four-strokes allowed in the 450 class
Intermediate Riders (AMA B Riders) will not be able to apply for a Pro Licence or Credential
QUALIFYING
250/450: (2) 15 minute timed qualifying
Motos:
250 Class: (2) 25 minutes + 2 laps
450 Class: (2) 30 minutes + 2 laps

RACE ORDER (Saturday ONLY)

MXTOUR (revised June 12)
7:30am – Riders Meeting (Mandatory)
8:00am – 250 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Unseeded
8:20am – 250 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Seeded
8:40am – 450 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Seeded
9:00am – 450 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Unseeded
9:20am – WMX Practice (10mins)
9:35am – Track Maintenance
10:00am – Rockstar Pit Party Starts
10:00am – 250 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Unseeded
10:20am – 250 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Seeded
10:40am – 450 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Seeded
11:00am – 450 Pro Timed qualifying (15mins) **Unseeded
**11:10am WMX staging is CLOSED

11:25am – WMX Hot lap
11:30pm – WMX Moto 1 (12mins +1 laps)
11:50pm – WMX podium interviews/ Track

**12:30pm – 250 Pro staging is CLOSED
12:45pm – Opening Ceremonies
1:00pm – 250 Pro Hot lap
1:05pm – 250 Pro Moto1 Start (25min + 2laps)
1:40pm – 250 Pro Podium interviews / Track Maintenance
**1:30pm – 450 Pro Staging is CLOSED
2:00pm – 450 Pro Hot Lap
2:05pm – 450 Pro Moto 1 Start (30mins + 2laps)
2:45pm – 450 Pro Podium interviews / Track maintenance
**2:35pm WMX staging is CLOSED
3:05pm – WMX Hot lap
3:10pm – WMX Moto 2 (12mins +1 laps)
3:30pm – WMX podium interviews/ Track maintenance

**3:20pm – 250 Pro Staging CLOSED
3:50pm – 250 Pro Hot Lap
3:55pm – 250 Pro Moto 2 Start (25min + 2laps)
4:30pm – 250 Pro Podium Interviews / Track maintenance
**4:20pm – 450 Pro Staging CLOSED
4:50pm – 450 Hot Lap
4:55pm – 450 Moto 2 Start (30mins + 2laps)
5:30pm – 450 Podium Interviews

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/14/2018 4:44 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/14/2018 4:45 AM

KTM Canada Factory Racing - #27 Ward 250F. Picture from Guaranteed Mx

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/14/2018 6:45 AM

The guys arrived in town yesterday. This is my local race this year, about 12minutes from my place. Went to see the kawasaki rig at my dealer and then went to see some of the guys practice a small local track. I am nowhere near a pro photographer but ill try to take some close ups pics and upload them here! Had a chat with shawn maffenbeier and Tyler Medaglia, very nice guys! Photo


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2002 KX125 (SOLD)/2001 KX250 (SOLD)
1999 KX250 (SOLD)
2016 RM-Z250(SOLD)
2018 KTM 150XC-W(current)

6/14/2018 9:53 AM

Man I should move there

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6/14/2018 10:29 AM

Great pictures. Kawasaki rig looks very sharp.

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/14/2018 10:55 AM
Edited Date/Time: 6/14/2018 10:57 AM

An observation - I wonder why the Kawasaki team kashima coated the upper fork tubes on the 450F but not the 250F?

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/14/2018 10:59 AM

FactoryKawasaki614 wrote:

An observation - I wonder why the Kawasaki team kashima coated the upper fork tubes on the 450F but not the 250F?

do you want me to ask the mechanic on saturday? Also the KTM team is going to the local KTM dealer tommorow, if there is enough interest i can go there and snap some pics if you people are interested.

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2002 KX125 (SOLD)/2001 KX250 (SOLD)
1999 KX250 (SOLD)
2016 RM-Z250(SOLD)
2018 KTM 150XC-W(current)

6/14/2018 11:01 AM

FactoryKawasaki614 wrote:

An observation - I wonder why the Kawasaki team kashima coated the upper fork tubes on the 450F but not the 250F?

Arrowangel wrote:

do you want me to ask the mechanic on saturday? Also the KTM team is going to the local KTM dealer tommorow, if there is ...more

Sure man. If you are already going to be there on Saturday.

Teams seem very cognizant of making everything look the same - just struck me as odd. Looks better with the kashima.

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/14/2018 11:18 AM

FactoryKawasaki614 wrote:

An observation - I wonder why the Kawasaki team kashima coated the upper fork tubes on the 450F but not the 250F?

Arrowangel wrote:

do you want me to ask the mechanic on saturday? Also the KTM team is going to the local KTM dealer tommorow, if there is ...more

FactoryKawasaki614 wrote:

Sure man. If you are already going to be there on Saturday.

Teams seem very cognizant of making everything look the same - ...more

The forks on their 450s are Kit KYB spring forks (Kashima coated), not the stock Showa SFF TAC air forks. The 250 on their team uses the stock SFF spring forks, so the upper tubes are the stock silver ones.

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6/14/2018 1:07 PM

Arrowangel wrote:

do you want me to ask the mechanic on saturday? Also the KTM team is going to the local KTM dealer tommorow, if there is ...more

FactoryKawasaki614 wrote:

Sure man. If you are already going to be there on Saturday.

Teams seem very cognizant of making everything look the same - ...more

ML512 wrote:

The forks on their 450s are Kit KYB spring forks (Kashima coated), not the stock Showa SFF TAC air forks. The 250 on their ...more

Mike is on production 2012 KX450F forks. Tyler has a set of A Kit spring forks as well as a set of coated production 2012 forks. Shawn's 250f has 2018 production KX250f forks on the bike. All are modified internals from Race Tech.

These setups were the same used by the previous (Leading Edge) Monster Kawi team and Dillan Epstein last summer.

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6/14/2018 1:53 PM

Kyle_McNab wrote:

Man I should move there

Not to be Debbie Downer, but visit for a week in February, then get back to us. The upside is, the mosquitoes aren’t really an issue then.

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6/14/2018 1:59 PM

Kyle_McNab wrote:

Man I should move there

scooter5002 wrote:

Not to be Debbie Downer, but visit for a week in February, then get back to us. The upside is, the mosquitoes aren’t really an ...more

hahahahahahaha this guy is right you know.

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2002 KX125 (SOLD)/2001 KX250 (SOLD)
1999 KX250 (SOLD)
2016 RM-Z250(SOLD)
2018 KTM 150XC-W(current)

6/14/2018 3:43 PM

The parking and pit area looks dialed for Round #4 - photo from Redemption Racing.

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/14/2018 4:59 PM

the layout has probably changed since, but this is last year's layout.. not my vid tho.

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2002 KX125 (SOLD)/2001 KX250 (SOLD)
1999 KX250 (SOLD)
2016 RM-Z250(SOLD)
2018 KTM 150XC-W(current)

6/15/2018 8:54 AM

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/15/2018 8:56 AM

Sky Racing - Pit Setup taking shape

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/19/2018 4:29 PM
Edited Date/Time: 6/19/2018 4:32 PM

Kawasaki pits looked dialed at Round #4

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250

6/19/2018 4:29 PM

In the Pits - Presented by Guaranteed Mx

http://guaranteedmx.com/mcnabb-valley-mx-in-the-pits/

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- 2005 Honda CR250F
- 2004 Kawasaki KX 100
- 2004 Honda CR250R
- 2002 Honda CR125R
- 2001 Kawasaki KX 250