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Behind The Lens From Round 4 At Walton Raceway Presented By Fox Racing Canada

After three races in western Canada the 2022 Triple Crown Series finally arrived in the east as Round 4 took place at Walton Raceway. Just like at Round 2 in Drumheller, this race featured a three moto format in each class so the intensity was high throughout the day. In the end, it was New Zealand rider Josiah Natzke taking the win in the 250 class, while once again Dylan Wright was victorious in the 450 class. It was a great day of racing and now the series moves to the toughest track of the year at Gopher Dunes.

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It was great to see fans out at Walton Raceway.
The 250 riders leave the gate for their first moto of the day at Round 4.
There was definitely some elbow bumping during the 450 starts.
Your 250 class podium at Round 4.
Your 450 podium from Round 4.
After leading early Tanner Ward was able to keep Dylan Wright close for the rest of the moto.
Right now Dylan Wright is just on rails and so far he’s won every 450 moto in 2022.
Tanner Ward just keeps getting better and better as he competes in the 450 class for the first time.
Devyn Smith had a solid day at Round 4 in the 250 class.
Rookie 250 class rider Dylan Rempel had a hard crash in practice and was out for the day.
Sebastien Racine looked a little off at Round 4 but he will no doubt be much better in the coming weeks.
Quinn Amyotte finished third in the opening 250 moto which was his best finish as a pro!
Josiah Natzke and his PRMX Kawasaki Team had a pretty good day at Walton Raceway.
A rear brake failure caused Jacob Piccolo to finish outside of the Top 10 in moto 2 on Sunday.
Liam O’Farrell was back at Round 4 and of course he finished inside the top 10 in the 450 class.
Once again Tyler Medaglia was a beast at Round 4 of the Triple Crown Series.
Ryder McNabb had a solid day at Round 4 but he still didn’t finish where he wanted to.
Jeremy McKie rode well at Walton Raceway and is close to running at the front of the pack in the 250 class.
Maff was admittedly rundown at Round 4 and lacked the energy to run at the front of the pack.
The battle for the lead in the final 250 class moto was the best of the season so far.
Tyler Gibbs had a solid day at Round 4 and finished just off of the podium in the 250 class.
Unfortunately Parker Eales crashed off the start of Moto 3 and suffered a wrist injury.
This photo pretty much sums up Marco Cannella’s season so far. Better days are definitely ahead for the Blu Cru rider.
The Walton Raceway track looked beautiful in the morning light.
With three of the next five tracks being sand look for Chris Blackmer to lead some motos.
All three starts in the 250 class were exciting to watch.
Cole Thompson was back at Round 4 and he looked as smooth as ever in the 450 class.
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Welcome to Canada Josiah Natzke
Brett Lee and his Walton Raceway crew did a great job and like last year WaltonOne was a success.

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