Well, Day 3 at the 2018 Walton TransCan has now come and gone and what a day it was. After a few muddy motos in the morning, the Walton Raceway track was in great condition for most of the day. Thankfully, after a few big crashes on the new TransCan Triple jump, the track crew wisely got the dozer’s out and quickly removed it. The jump was cool to watch for the fans, but there is really no need to ever have a jump that large on an outdoor track. With that out of the way, everyone settled in for a great day of racing. Here are a few more photos from Day 3 at the Walton TransCan.
This is the street I want to live on at Walton Raceway.
At least for part of the day Brett Lee was happy and relaxed.
It’s great how the older riders take the time to listen to the younger riders these days.
Wait a minute, isn’t this the snowmobile guy?
I wonder what these guys are taking about?
After multiple crashes, the TransCan Triple was finally removed.
There definitely isn’t a lot of room in the Walton first turn.
The new TransCan Triple is a lot smaller and a lot safer.
The morning motos today produced some epic Walton conditions.
Despite a badly injured shoulder, Quinn Amyotte is giving it everything he has in the Intermediate class.
There is enough air time at Walton that some riders have time to pull up their pants.
The Blu Cru is out in full force at the 2018 Walton TransCan.
Young Thomas Munro had a great opening 85 7-11 moto today.
Sometimes behind the fences watching the motos is the best place to be at Walton Raceway.
With my son racing the TransCan on a PW-50 back in 2013, seeing this little ripper today most certainly brought back some memories.
Today riders had to deal with some good old fashioned Walton ruts.
When did our youngest riders learn to jump so good?
Even Harvey from Wiseco loves reading the new MXP designed Walton TransCan program.
As the sun began to set on Day 3, out came the hugely popular Shift Holeshot challenge.
Even the 50cc kids got involved in the fun.