It might be the Women’s Motocross Championship but the guys still get the opportunity to take to the track on 24 October.
Power Balance is sponsoring the Lites and Open (non-gender specific) senior support classes. Each class has $1100 worth of Ryobi pressure washers up for grabs, so supporting the girls has never been more worthwhile.
First place in either class takes home the top of the range petrol powered Ryobi Pressure Washer worth $500, while second and third place in both the Lites and Open classes receive the electric powered version ($300).
Every competitor in the event also receives a Hog’s Breath Frequent Diner Card worth $50.
The Albury Wodonga track has already hosted the Rockstar MX Nationals this year – the track is fast, flowing and promises great racing. Entry requires a national license and costs $110 with racing over three 12-minute plus one-lap races. Entry is limited to 40 per race.
This is the first time women’s motocross has had its own stand alone event and competing in the non-championship classes is a great way to show support for the women of motocross and the McGrath Foundation.
Entries for all classes are available on www.nominate.com.au. Also supporting the championship racing is a complement of women’s and junior girl’s classes.
More details of the championship are available on the event site www.wmxnationals.com.au.
Spectator entry to the event is $5 per adult with all proceeds being donated to the McGrath Foundation.