Venues announced for 2016 SEQJMX Series

Venues announced for 2016 SEQJMX Series

Author: Media/Thursday, May 05, 2016/Categories: State News

The South-East Queensland Junior Motocross Series is revved and ready for another year, with all venues now chosen for the series.

Tivoli, Toowoomba, Chinchilla, and Kilcoy will all play host to the four round series. Anne Polsoni will again continue as Series Coordinator, and John Gierke will be Clerk of Course.

Anne says she’d like to thank all clubs that expressed interest in hosting a round of SEQJMX.

“We kept in mind the cost of travel for competitors and tried to mix it up a little by selecting one different track as a new experience for many in the Junior Series competitors,” Anne says.

“Changes to this year’s program include a split in the Junior Lites classes to a 2 stroke class and a 4 stroke class for riders to choose from or compete in both. The State Junior Girls Title has been removed allowing more time in the schedule.

“We are looking at rewarding the good, friendly behaviour of competitors and their supporters in last year’s series by adding a fun feature race at each round to keep the excitement and laughs going.

“Riders from 50cc to Mini Lites 9-11 years will continue to compete on Saturdays with older juniors competing on Sunday supported by a senior class. It is the intention for C grade riders to have their own race.  The series also hopes to get high numbers of A and B grade riders to enjoy their own higher standard on battles on the tracks.

“I would like to thank KTM and Motorex for jumping on board this year to support junior racing in South East Queensland. Anyone else that would like to become a sponsor this year, I would love to hear from you on 0418754022 or email seqseries@gmail.com

Stay tuned for the release of Supp Regs, and keep up to date with the series on the SEQJMX Facebook page.

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