Don't Miss

Behind The Lens From Calgary AX Presented By Fox Racing Canada- Friday Night Lights

This past weekend the city of Calgary welcomed the final round of the 2022 Triple Crown Series. This series began back in June as the opening round of the MXTour was out in beautiful Kamloops, BC. After an exciting summer outdoors the Triple Crown Series moved indoors in September for three rounds and then concluded last night at perhaps the best venue the series has for its indoor portion, the Nutrien Western Event Centre at Stampede Park in Calgary. The racing began on Friday evening and James Lissimore was there to capture his usual plethora of great photos. Here is a collection from Friday night in Calgary!

The floor size is perfect for AX and the Vision Built crew had the Calgary track looking great.

The Blu Cru before the racing started on Friday night.

The Blu Cru at the end of the night on Friday.

News flash! Tyler Yates is very good indoor rider and he proved it in Calgary.

When you’re in Calgary you have to dress to impress.

The start straight in Calgary was long but the first turn was tight.

It was cool to see St-Cyr take the Superfinal win on Friday night.

Some of the pro riders just hanging out before practice.

Mitchell Harrison stood atop the podium in 4 out of 6 main events this weekend.

This was your 450 main event podium from Friday night.

Jess Pettis was back this weekend and on Friday evening he took a main event win.

Tee Perrott was fast on Friday night in Calgary but didn’t get the results he was looking for.

Alex Parker and his GASGAS Team have had quite a year in the Triple Crown Series.

Murphy waves the caution flag on another great season of Triple Crown Series racing.

Keylan Meston was one of the few riders in the 450 class who was actually riding a 450.

Mitchell Harrison was the fastest rider on both nights of racing in Calgary.

Tyler Gibbs was fast in practice on Friday but unfortunately, he suffered a hard crash in timed qualifying that took him out for the weekend.

Davey Fraser was one of the BC riders that made the long drive to Calgary.

As expected there was a lot of rubbing on Friday night in Calgary.

Blake Davies raced his first Triple Crown Series indoor race in Calgary and he rode great all weekend long.

What a season and what a series it was in 2022.

Quinn Amyotte was fast on Friday night and found himself on the podium.

This building was built for AX!

If Julien Benek can stay healthy he will do very well in 2023.

Calgary loves AX and AX loves Calgary.

Check Also

Results And Highlights From Fox Raceway

450 Class1. Jett Lawrence (Honda) 1-12. Chase Sexton (Honda) 2-23. Dylan Ferrandis (Yamaha) 3-34. Aaron ...