Expanded ProMX Championship schedule announced for 2022

TThe 2022 Penrite ProMX Championship (ProMX) calendar will feature an expanded championship of eight rounds of racing over eight separate weekends.

The door will fall on the 2022 ProMX Championship at the iconic Wonthaggi track in Victoria, for the first round on March 27. Building on the huge fan participation and incredible races in the Championship’s opening opener this year, Wonthaggi will be nothing less than a spectacular launch for the 2022 ProMX Championship.

Round two of the championship will see ProMX team up with the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) at Mackay QLD on April 10 as part of the ultimate off-road racing weekend, offering fans, at the industry and pilots a spectacle stopping off-road racing weekend.

The championship then moves to Wodonga at VIC on May 1 before heading to Gillman Racecourse in South Africa on May 29. Maitland NSW will once again host Round 5 of the ProMX Championship on June 26, before an exciting new venue in Coffs Harbor, NSW hosts Round 6 of the Championship on July 24.

The championship pursuit will then intensify with two back-to-back race weekends in the sunny state of QLD, with Queensland Moto Park (QMP) hosting the penultimate round 7 on August 14. The champions will then be crowned during the grand final of the races in Coolum for the 8th round of the championship on August 20 and 21.

“Following the huge success of the first ProMX Championship in 2021, Motorcycling Australia and the ProMX management team have made more commitment to expanding all areas of the Championship for the 2022 season,” said the CEO of Motorcycling Australia, Peter Doyle.

“There have been significant investments in the ProMX Championship to help elevate the sport of motocross in Australia. The new initiatives that 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 pursue their racing dreams, were very well received by the riders, the fans. and industry ”.

“Our goals and commitment to the ProMX Championship remain the same in 2022 and it is about further developing a solid platform for the long term success of Australian motocross at the national level and providing a path for future champions.”

Penrite ProMX 2022 Championship Schedule:
Round 1: March 27 – Wonthaggi – Victoria
Round 2: April 10 – MacKay – Queensland
Round 3: May 1 – Wodonga – Victoria
Round 4: May 29 – Gillman – South Australia
Round 5: June 26 – Maitland – New South Wales
Round 6: July 24 – Coffs Harbor – New South Wales
Round 7: August 14 – QLD Moto Park – Queensland
Round 8: August 20-21 – Coolum – Queensland

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