WoW Series Entries Extended as Excitement Builds

WoW Series Entries Extended as Excitement Builds

Author: Media/Wednesday, April 11, 2018/Categories: State News

Entries for Queensland’s newest women’s motocross racing series – the WoW Series - will remain open until Thursday midday, as demand increases for a spot on the start line.
QMP (Qld Moto Park) will be the venue as the new Stegg's Moto Technology WoW (Women on Wheels) Motocross Development Series blasts into life this weekend.
With the catchphrase "Ride Like a Girl" as its proud slogan, the WoW (Women on Wheels series) has an emphasis on growing the confidence and ability of riders of all grades, and ages right down to age four.
The three-round series has drawn plenty of interest, not just from the motocross regulars, but also from former racers and one or two high-profile dirt track and enduro racers as well.
QMP Park Manager Ray Buchanan has just hopped off the dozer after a couple of days top-dressing the tracks.
“The girls will be racing on our natural terrain track,” says Ray, “which is one of the most popular tracks. I’ve spent a lot of time revamping it to get it into the best possible condition for the series opener - so it should be a lot of fun.”
Series Coordinator Mel Stagg has shaped a format to maximise track-time and enjoyment, with a Saturday program consisting of two practices and one race, then two Sunday races with an early 3pm scheduled finish to allow the longer travellers to begin the journey home earlier.
For more information, visit the WoW MX series page or contact Mel Stagg on 0427 768 711.

Supp regs are available here:
Nominations are open on Ridernet, and close on April 12

Race cool tracks * Meet new friends * Get faster * Get smarter * Ride like a Girl!
It's gonna be fun... don't miss out!

WoW MX Series Dates:
Round 1 (QMP), April 14/15
Round 2 Goondiwindi, May 19/20
Round 3 Warwick, June 9/10

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