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Behind The Lens From Deschambault Presented By Fox Racing Canada

Last weekend at Round 8 of the 2022 Triple Crown Series in Deschambault we watched history being made as Dylan Wright clinched his third 450 Championship in a row. Heading into the final round, Dylan has a perfect season going and has been riding great every time he hits the track. Round 8 was no different as he once again went 1-1 to win the 450 class. In the 250 class, Ryder McNabb was able to secure his third win in a row with a solid 2-2 moto finish. With two motos remaining Ryder has a 23-point lead over Mitchell Harrison in the 250 class. It should be an exciting final round at Walton Raceway as it always is. However, before we think about Round 9 at Walton Raceway, let’s look back with some incredible James Lissimore photos from Deschambault.

The Deschambault track was in great shape for Round 8 of the Triple Crown Series.
It was great to see Mitch Cooke out racing again in the 450 class.
Although Daniel Elmore got penalized for this it was great to see other riders lending a hand to get him over the finish line.
Jeremy McKie proved on Sunday that he deserved his factory ride by leading moto 2 for 15 minutes.
Ryder McNabb won on Sunday and moved one step closer to winning his first even pro championship.
Tyler Medaglia once again finished second overall in the 450 class but he kept Dylan close all day long.
Josiah Natzke finally got back to winning motos but he wasn’t able to get the overall in the 250 class.
It was great to see Jess Pettis at the races again.
Sebastien Racine rode well in Deschambault and if all goes well at Walton the rookie 250 rider is going to finish third overall in the series.
In the opening 450 moto Tanner Ward grabbed the holeshot and would eventually end up in third.
Still nursing some sore ribs Dylan Wright had to once again dig deep to win both 450 motos.
With one round to go Dylan Wright clinched his third 450 Championship in a row.
In front of thousands of cheering Quebec fans Jeremy McKie holeshotted moto 2 on Sunday.
Donk doing what Donk does on a Sunday!
The TLD GASGAS machine are some of the best looking bikes in the paddock.
It’s been a great summer so far for the GDR Honda Team and it could get even better at the final round next weekend.
Mr Kerr tells his son Wyatt it’s time to dig!
Jeremy McKie’s bike looked great under the KTM tent this past weekend.
It was a sea of red under the GDR Honda tent on Sunday.
Some pit board signs are clearer than others.
Mathieu Gervais finally got his own tower at Deschambault
That’s right Iceman, I am dangerous! Congrats on a 4th consecutive Triple Crown Series title DW!
Even though he didn’t win the OA and lost more points to McNabb, it was great to see Mitchell Harrison win a moto again.


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