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Walton TransCan 2021

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

2021 Walton TransCan

Need to Know for 2022 Racers

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Entries are open for the 2022 Walton TransCan GNC!

This year’s TransCan is a big one – we’re celebrating 30 years of crowning amateur national motocross champions in Walton.

2022 Entry Registration
2022 Camping Registration – coming soon!

2022 ANQ FAQs

If I only want to read one thing, what is it?
Pre-Enter today.

The Basics:
This is a limited entry event. Riders are encouraged to participate in at least one Amateur National Qualifier event (ANQ) in addition to pre-entering. Entry priority is determined by the Regional ANQ series’ results and regional entry allocation. Additional regional entries and entries for lower qualified riders will be accepted if allocated positions are not filled. Entry timestamps do come into play in the case of a “0” points tie after full regional allocations have taken place. The bracketed number (x) below is the minimum number of guaranteed pre-entry gate positions allocated per region for each ANQ Championship.

BC (6)
Alberta (6)
Saskatchewan (3)
Manitoba (3)
South Western/Eastern Ontario (10)
Northern Ontario (2)
Quebec (8)
Atlantic (4)

What if my region doesn’t have an ANQ?
If your region does not have an ANQ, you can ride ANQs in as many regions and in as many classes as you like and then pick the results which give you the best entry position. Better yet, sign up today! The earlier you register, the better your odds of receiving a gate position once the ANQ series is complete.

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 but did not enter the GNC. If other regions’ entries do not fill their allocated positions, these will be filled based on the date an entry is received.

I’ve heard of Waitlist Entries (also called Standby Entries) – what are they?
When the gate is full for a given class, we maintain a list of riders who want to ride in that particular class. If there are cancellations or no-shows, the gate will be filled from the waitlist in the order entries are ranked.

How does the Waitlist work? All riders must register using the Waitlist Option on the registration page. Waitlist entries are time-stamped and allocated to each class based on the date and time of registration. Waitlist spots are not distributed based on a personal relationship, a sponsor relationship or a meaningful story. If you register for a Waitlist position in a specific class and you do not receive a gate position for that class after the hot lap of the first moto, your fees are refunded without penalty.

Gate positions are held for ANQ qualified riders ONLY until June 24th – if you have not registered for your desired classes prior to June 24th your gate position is not held regardless of your finish position.

At no point in time do we call people to tell them to register for a class because it is filling up. We do not show preferential treatment to any single rider, regardless of personal or professional affiliation.

What else do I need to know?
Confirmations will be emailed out following the completion of regional qualifiers and compilation of national results. After that, confirmations will be sent out bi-weekly on an as-received basis. The order of preference for first moto gate position, resolution of number conflicts and the order of standby entries are determined by qualifier position and date of entry. Your confirmation email letter should be available at sign-in if there are any problems with registration, so hang on to it.

2022 Amateur Rulebook to be released March 2022.

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