Fans attending the 32nd edition of Montreal Supermotocross will see four former champions compete in the MX1 class during this annual fall classic. Americans Ryan Clark, Jason Thomas and Nicholas Wey, along with Canadian Dusty Klatt have all confirmed that they will be on track at the Olympic stadium track on October 3. All four will go head-to-head with Canadian MX1 champion, Colton Faciotti, as well as with many other American and Canadian racers familiar to the Montreal crowd. The Quebec contingent will be headed by Tim Tremblay, the highest placing Quebecer during the summer outdoor Canadian championship, as well as other regulars of the Montreal final such as Marco Dubé, Simon Homans and Marc-Antoine Généreux. One of the top competitors of the provincial championship, Kaven Benoît will also participate.
The 32nd edition of the Montreal Supermotocross is the longest continuously running event in Montreal. Since its inaugural event in 1977, 1,618,720 spectators have crossed the turnstiles at Olympic stadium to watch such greats as Ross Pederson, Carl Vaillancourt, Jean-Sébastien Roy and other talented riders from near and far. It is one of the most popular events presented in Quebec each year, attracting nearly 50,000 spectators. This year more than 150 participants from Canada, the United States and Europe will accept the organizers invitation to the October 3rd event.
The best seats in the house, as well as all reserved seating, are currently on sale, and can be ordered online at Admission (www.admission.com
or by calling (514) 790-1245 or 1 800 361-4597). Tickets are also available at participating motorcycle dealers in all regions of Quebec. For more info, go online at www.montrealmotocross.com
to learn more about the Montreal Supermotocross.