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Behind The Lens From Manitoba Presented By Fox Racing Canada

So far in 2022, the riders in the Triple Crown Series have had to face three different tracks all with completely different conditions. Kamloops was sandy, damp, and rough. Drumheller was hard-packed and baked, and then this past weekend Round 3 was tacky and the temperatures were HOT! And we mean hot as in you wanted to stay indoors or go out and find a lake or pool to swim in. However, the Triple Crown Series riders had to gut it out and race two hard motos. In the end, it was Dylan Wright who came out on top in the 450 class, and for the second week in a row, it was Mitchell Harrison who was victorious in the 250 class. It was a challenging day of racing in Manitoba and now the riders and teams have a weekend off before resuming their series at Walton Raceway on July 3rd. For this week’s Behind the Lens, we go back to Pilot Mound and some incredible photos by James Lissimore.

Welcome to Manitoba!
Even though it was hot the riders loved the track.
The Austrian bikes have been upfront during almost every start so far.
Dylan Wright was once again dominant at Round 3.
Julien Benek throws a nice whip in the muggy Manitoba air.
Look for Chris Blackmer to be really good on the soft tracks in the east.
Not a bad top ten finish for Yanick Boucher at Round 3.
Marco Cannella wasn’t able to back up his third place finish in the moto 1 with the same result in moto 2.
The previous 450 class owner and the new owner stroll through the pits.
The TLD/GASGAS/SSR Team once again looked great in Manitoba.
After an 8th overall on Sunday we expect Tyler Gibbs to be much better in the east.
Mitchell Harrison just keeps rolling and building confidence.
Even two crashes couldn’t keep Harrison off the top step of the podium.
We did mentioned that it was HOT in Manitoba
Austin Jones had a solid day at Round 3 and finished inside the top 15.
Wyatt Kerr had his best race of 2022 at Round 3 and finished 7th overall.
There is just so much style in the paddock of the Triple Crown Series.
Sir Paul Kingsley looks cool as ice in the hot Manitoba air.
Best dressed went to the KTM boys at Round 3.
It’s not hard finding flat ground to park in Manitoba.
Kevin Tyler didn’t want to hear about Newf’s and Simms’ TransCan titles.
Felix Lopez has been a nice addition to the 450 class and he almost finished third in the final moto.
Like a fine wine Maff just keeps getting better.
Jeremy McKie went 13-5 for 9th OA at Round 3.
Still battling a touch of the illness he had at Round 2 the best McNabb could do was 3rd OA at Round 3.
Once again at Round 3 Tyler Medaglia rode hard to finish second overall.
Wright’s pit sign on lap 1.
Wright’s pit sign on lap 2.
Jacob Piccolo will take the red plate to Round 4 at Walton Raceway.
Sebastien Racine had a strong west coast swing and watch out for him in the east.
Rookie 250 rider Dylan Rempel has had a solid start to the 250 series and he should be proud!
Devyn Smith has showed a lot of speed in the west and should be even better in the east.
After a tough opening two rounds Tanner Ward rode great at Round 3 and grabbed the final spot on the podium.
Battles with Dylan Wright haven’t been lasting long in the 450 class.
Dylan Wright is perfect so far as the Triple Crown Series heads east!


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