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Walton TransCan 2021

Amateur GNC August 10-13 & Sunday Pro National August 14 2022

2021 Walton TransCan

ANQ and Qualifying

Are there changes for 2020?

The MRC Grand National Canadian Championship. It is limited entry event held over 4 days. The winners are the MRC Canadian National Champions in their respective class. The MRC Western Canadian Amateur  Championship. The winners are the MRC Western Canadian National Champions in their respective class. The MRC Western Canadian Amateur  Championship. The winners are

I didn’t qualify in the ANQ’s, can I still enter?

If your qualifier series position is lower than your region’s allocated positions, you may still get a starting position based on riders that qualified in your region that did not enter the GNC. If other regions’ entries do not fill their allocated positions, these will be filled based on the date the entry form is

Do I need to qualify?

Not if the class isn't filled with event entries after qualifier are complete. In order to give yourself the best opportunity you should  participated in at least one amateur national qualifier so that you show up on the entry list for the class you are entering from your qualifying region.

What qualifier places are automatically given a gate position?

Each region has gate positions allocated based on each regions membership. You are guaranteed a position if your entry is received by June 19 and you placed in the allocated positions in your regional qualifier series. Allocations as follows (maybe subject to change): Vancouver Island (2), BC Mainland (1), Alberta (7), Saskatchewan (2), Manitoba (3)