Dayco National Snowcross Championships
Ontario Trails Events
|Event:||Dayco National Snowcross Championships|
|Trail:||Horseshoe Valley Trails|
|Date:||2021-11-07 to 2022-04-07|
|Abstract:||Hundreds of the world best snowmobile racers will compete for Canadian National Championships.|
|Time:||10:00 AM - 11:00 AM|
|Location:||Horseshoe Resort 1101 Horseshoe Valley Road - Comp. 10 Barrie Ontario L4M 4Y8 Directions|
Racers & Crew Members: On behalf of (CSRA) Canadian Snowcross Racing, we welcome you to the 2019 racing season. This newsletter represents general information regarding CSRA Snowcross and Snow Bike racing classes, rules and safety requirements.
If you are a new competitor interested in trying Snowcross racing for the first time, this newsletter will provide you with the necessary information to get you started. CSRA will host a Free Snowcross race seminar for first time competitors.
The classroom type seminar will take place Saturday November 10, 2018 in Barrie, Ontario. Please E-mail us (firstname.lastname@example.org) in advance if you would like to attend. If you cannot attend the race seminar, our staff and fellow racers will provide you with all the assistance you need to get you started at your first race.
At each CSRA event, competition classes will be available for all snowmobilers, from the first time race enthusiast to the world class Pros. Specialty race classes are available for children as young as (4) years of age.
We also have classes for Novice, Junior’s, Sport, Pro/Am Women, Pro/Am Vets (30+) years of age, Pro-Lite, and Pro. Most late model stock snowmobiles and limited build race sleds 0-600cc are eligible to compete in designated classes providing they meet our safety standards.
This winter CSRA will be awarding over $150,000 in cash and prizes to our competitors.
As a CSRA member you are eligible to compete at all CSRA sanctioned or affiliated events in Canada. New this year CSRA will Sanction a Regional Race Series, with events in Ontario and Quebec, as well as, a International Racing Series with events in Ontario, Quebec and the USA.
International racing classes include Pro, Pro-Lite, Sport 600 and Snow Bikes. All other classes are considered as Regional race classes.