Guthrie, OK — Trey Canard, 250SX, 250MX and Motocross of Nations Champion, confirmed his involvement with JuniorMotoX 2018. Trey will assist with track design and building, plus be on hand throughout the event to interact with the racing families.
Racing Standard, the organization founded by Trey in 2017, is based on the premise of helping motocross and supercross athletes stay healthier and compete at the highest level by making the racing environment safer. When Eric Peronnard initially considered the JuniorMotoX concept, it was done with the idea of a safe race that allowed amateurs to experience a supercross-type event. That idea of safety is what drives the JuniorMotoX team today.
Tom Zielinski, co-creator of JuniorMotoX, said, “Trey is one of the nicest guys you could meet at the races, but just as important, he brings real insight and race experience that is very valuable in designing and building a challenging but safe track. We are very excited to work with Trey and take JuniorMotoX to an even higher level."
For 2018, JuniorMotoX has added two new Pro classes, so designing a track to test a broad range of skills is key. Trey is ready for that challenge and is looking forward to seeing all the top amateur families in his home state of Oklahoma. Trey mentioned, “The idea that an amateur event of this scale happens in my home state is awesome. I am really happy to be involved. The whole JuniorMotoX team has been very receptive to ideas and is great to work with. The dirt at Lazy E is just fantastic and we will build a track that will make for great racing."
Many classes will fill up quickly, so don’t delay—sign up today.