2022 ProMX supplementary regulations and bike/jersey artwork released
Dakar 2022 run & won: Next stop Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge
Riders talk AMA Supercross Round 2 – 450s & 250s
2022 Racing Calendars
2022 Australian Off-Road Championship
2022 FIM Motocross (MXGP) World Championship
2022 Monster Energy AMA/ FIM World Supercross
2022 FIM Hard Enduro
2022 Australian Arenacross
2022 ProMX (Australia)
2022 Lucas Oil Pro MX
2022 Victorian Junior MX State Titles
2022 WA State Supercross
2022 FIM Bajas World Cup
2022 Silk Way Rally
2022 FIM ISDE
Matt Moss wins Coffs Harbour Stadium MX 2022
The 2022 Coffs Harbour Stadium MX kicked off the season in Northern NSW over the weekend, with Matt Moss winning the main event.
Over 600 riders turned up to race from far and wide, including from Tasmania and Northern Queensland.
This year saw a new format introduced and while Luke Clout and Aaron Tanti showed blistering speed, it was Matt Moss that took top honours on what was said to be a bog standard 2022 Yamaha. That made for three Yamaha YZ450s on the podium, Moss on the top step above Tanti and Clout.
The main event under lights saw Moss take the hole shot, before Tanti took the lead through the first corner, leaving Moss and Tanti in a tight battle for positions through the Western part of the track.
Tanti got ahead and was the first over the moonbooter, only to have the rear slip out around the return right hander onto the start straight in the super technical, wet conditions, allowing Mossy the small window of opportunity he needed to steal P1 which he held comfortably for the rest of the shortened 10-lap race.
Clout did an amazing job in third to make a swift recovery and chase his Yamaha team-mate Tanti down for P2, but Tanti managed to hold him off while Mossy continued to break away and take a convincing win.
Matt Moss – P1
“I’m a seasoned veteran I knew when the rain came down my main job was to get out in front, and it would be hard to pass me, and it’s a credit to everyone believing in me, so to be on the top step with both the Yamaha CDR guys is good. I hope there’s plenty more to come, I had a few wins last year and got a bit ahead of myself, so I’m going to keep myself in check this year and come out swinging for this motocross title.”
2022 Coffs Harbour Stadium MX Final Top 3
Rohan Tungate wins 2022 Darcy Ward Invitational
The 2022 Darcy Ward Invitational was held over the weekend on January 15, with Rohan Tungate and Sam Masters turning up the heat alongside Jack Holder, Nick Morris, Josh Pickering and Ryan Douglas, with people able to tune into the live feed from around the world.
Tungate took home the $3000 check for winning the event sharing, “Stoked to get the win at the Darcy Ward Invitational, nice to get some laps in before the start of the season. Now to enjoy some sun while I can.”
Lucas Oil Pro Motocross gears up for 50th season
With the turn of the new year, preparations are underway for the landmark 50th Anniversary of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. In conjunction with each respective Nationals event organizer, the sanctioning body at AMA Pro Racing, and long time series title sponsor Lucas Oil, MX Sports Pro Racing will celebrate the storied legacy of the world’s most prestigious off-road motorcycle racing series, beginning with the introduction of a new commemorative logo for the 2022 season.
Davey Coombs – President of MX Sports Pro Racing
“After two years of challenges to successfully implement a championship calendar we are incredibly eager for the season that lies ahead this summer. We’ll have an opportunity to properly celebrate the 50th anniversary of this storied championship and pay homage to the individuals and venues who helped elevate American motocross to the forefront of the sport on a global scale. We also want to use this season as an opportunity to recognise the entities that have played an integral role in our ability to build on this indelible legacy over the past 14 years since MX Sports Pro Racing was awarded the role of series organisers.”
The 2022 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship logo serves as a symbol of five decades showcasing the world’s finest motocross talent, hallmarked by a laurel wreath consisting of 50 leaves surrounding the anniversary numeral and the series’ longevity (1972-2022).
Additionally, gold now compliments the series’ foundational blue colorway in an embrace of the “golden anniversary” of the 2022 season. The Lucas Oil branding provides a prominent accent piece featuring the company’s familiar red colorway along with four stars that serve as a nod to America’s role in elevating the sport through its most distinguished championship.
When the series was first introduced in 1972 it formalized a permanent, stand-alone national championship for homegrown talent to showcase their prowess under the banner of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA).
It didn’t take long for the Pro Motocross Championship to evolve into a true global competition between domestic and international athletes, and for the past 50 years it has brought the best riders from six continents to the United States in a quest for success and stardom, competing on the most hallowed grounds in all of motocross.
Fittingly, the 50th anniversary will serve as the most prominent representation of the global influence of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship as a pair of international riders will carry the number one plate in both the 450 Class and 250 Class for the first time in history.
Frenchman Dylan Ferrandis is just the third European rider ever in the 450 Class to serve as reigning champion, while Australian Jett Lawrence enters uncharted territory as the first defending titleholder in the 250 Class from the “Land Down Under.”
While most of the attention deservedly centers on the talent-rich collection of athletes preparing to embark on the grueling 24-moto journey this summer, many of the venues that will compose the 2022 schedule have been fixtures of the heritage of American motocross over the past half century.
Whether it’s New York’s legendary Unadilla MX or California’s storied Hangtown Classic, both of which predate the Pro Motocross Championship, Michigan’s renowned RedBud MX, Massachusetts infamous The Wick 338, or Pennsylvania’s iconic High Point Raceway, these tracks have played an equally pivotal role in the ascension of American motocross as the hundreds of riders who have stood on the podium since that inaugural 1972 season.
It’s a rare juxtaposition that makes the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship one of motorsports’ most distinguished competitions.
The 50th Anniversary of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will kick off over Memorial Day Weekend, on May 28, for the proverbial start of the summer and will travel throughout the country to the sport’s most high-profile venues for 12 captivating rounds, concluding on September 3 during Labor Day Weekend.
2022 ProMX supplementary regulations
The Supplementary Regulations for the 2022 Penrite ProMX Championship, presented by AMX Superstores (ProMX), are now available to download on the ProMX website on the competitor info page and Team app, in preparation for the 2022 season.
ProMX artwork for Jerseys and Number Plates is also displayed on the ProMX Website on the competitor info page as well.
It is a condition of entry that each bike in the championship must run the series Penrite ProMX logo header on the front number plate, and competitors who choose not to run the Penrite ProMX Logo will not be permitted to participate in the round.
All competitors will also be required to run an ProMX Logo on their jerseys. The required placement is on the upper torso area. The .eps version of logo are available on the website. The logo must be a minimum of eight centimeters wide by three centimeters high.
Competitors who choose not to run the ProMX Logo while contesting a round of the Championship forfeit their right to any prize money.
Rider Number applications are open and lists are available on the competitor info page of the website and team app. It is the riders responsibility to confirm their number was carried over from 2021, please check the 2022 ProMX Rider Number Allocation document to ensure this has been completed. Riders must have a reserved number to compete in the 2022 Championship.
Round 1 entries are opening soon, stay tuned.
Dakar 2022 run & won: Next stop Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge
The Dakar was the opening round of the World Rally-Raid Championship (W2RC) for the RallyGP riders and has come to an end after 12 stages in which those riders fought to get their hands on the famous Bedouin trophy, as well as earning the first points towards a ranking that will continue to take shape in the Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge in March, followed by the Kazakhstan Rally in April, the Andalucía Rally in June and, finally, the Rallye du Maroc in October.
16 bikers signed up for the W2RC in the RallyGP category. Credit where credit is due: Sunderland leads the Championship with 38-points, ahead of Quintanilla with 30 and the reigning world champion Walkner, with 24.
Adrien Van Beveren, runner-up to Walkner in 2021 and fourth in the Dakar, picked up 20-points. The competition is still wide open after the first round of the 2022 season. Kevin Benavides is dead last, with a single point to his name, after his engine gave up the ghost in stage 10 of the Dakar.
Honda can find solace in the constructor ranking after letting the Dakar title slip away. It now tops the leader board after placing its four motorbikes in the top 10. The Japanese maker has accumulated 47 points, while GasGas got 38 exclusively from Sunderland’s performance. KTM is nipping at their heels with 36, while Sherco is fourth with 14, one length ahead of Hero with 13 and Husqvarna with 9.
In the Rally2 competition, Mason Klein holds the pole position in the battle for the World Cup with 38 points to Camille Chapelière’s 30. Bradley Cox spent many days in second place, but a crash sent him plummeting down the standings. Alfie’s son is fifth with 17 points. Another Frenchman, Romain Dumontier, is third with 24 points, while Jan Brabec is fourth with 20.
In the fight for the Junior title, Mason Klein (38 points) will come up against Bradley Cox (30 points) and Konrad Dąbrowski (24 points). Jean-Loup Lepan (20 points), Mike Wiedemann (17 points) and Leonardo Tonelli (15 points) are also favourites, bringing the number of promising young riders up to six.
Riders talk AMA Supercross Round 2
2022 Monster Energy AMA SX RingCentral Coliseum Round 2
Report by Trevor Hedge – Images by Jeff Kardas
Adam Cianciarulo scored the holeshot ahead of Shane McElrath and Ken Roczen when the gates dropped for the 450 Main.Roczen lost positions to Jason Anderson and Justin Barcia early on the opening lap.
Jason Anderson moved up to second place to make it a Kawasaki 1-2 as he chased Cianicarulo.Aaron Plessinger moved past fellow KTM rider McElrath to take third place with 18-minutes still left on the shot clock. Barcia split the KTM men to move up to fourth place, while Roczen was sixth ahead of team-mate Sexton and new Yamaha signing Tomac.
With just under 17-minutes remaining Roczen ended up in the tough blocks and his CRF450R on the deck. By the time he was back up and running he was outside the top ten, all the way down in 14th place. The German only managed to improve on that by one place at the flag, a disappointing 13th place finish for the Factory Honda rider.
Meanwhile Jason Anderson had moved past Cianciarulo to take the race lead. Two laps later Plessinger pushed Cianciarulo further back to third place.Two more laps and Cianciarulo was down to fourth after being passed by Barcia, a lap later Tomac also went through to push Cianciarulo further back to sixth. The Kawasaki man clearly struggling as the race progressed with his recovering shoulder and continued to lose places before eventually finishing 12th.
With seven-minutes left on the shot clock Plessinger was chasing Anderson hard, the gap was 1.8-seconds.Barcia was a further four-seconds back in third, and Tomac equidistant in fourth.
Anderson responded to the challenge though and with three-minutes left his lead was back out to over four-seconds while Barcia was closing on Plessinger to try and challenge the KTM man for second place. Tomac was fourth, Malcolm Stewart fifth and Ferrandis sixth.
At the last lap flag Anderson was maintaining his four-second buffer over Plessinger, who in turn now had more breathing room over Barcia. And that was how they finished, Anderson a clear winner over Plessinger and Barcia.
Eli Tomac set the fastest lap of the race on his way to fourth ahead of Malcolm Stewart, Dylan Ferrandis, Cooper Webb and Marvin Musquin.
Chase Sexton was the first Honda home in ninth ahead of Dean Wilson and Joey Savatgy.
Justin Barcia will take a three-point lead over Jason Anderson and Cooper Webb to San Diego next weekend.
450 Rider Quotes
Jason Anderson – P1
“It’s been a long time since I’ve had a win, but I never stopped believing in myself. I always knew I could be back up here on the top step, I just needed to put it all together. The track was tricky tonight with how beat up it got, but I feel super comfortable on the KX450SR and that was a huge factor in getting across the finish first. There are a lot of races left and I hope to stay here fighting for wins throughout the season.”
Aaron Plessinger – P2
“The opening round was a little rough for me but I re-grouped and had a really good week with the team. We did some testing with the whole crew and spent some time at the track and man, did it turn things around. I’m stoked! This is my second podium ever in the 450 class and I can’t thank these guys enough. It’s my first year on this bike, so I’m stoked on Red Bull KTM and everybody out there. Thank you!”
Justin Barcia – P3
“I was just riding my race and having fun out there. I got a little tight in the middle but I was able to regroup. I saw Eli coming so I knew I needed to put the hammer down and I really wanted those two in front of me but they rode awesome, AP and Jason. I want to dedicate this race to Fed [Ryan Fedorow], he unfortunately passed away last week, so this is for him and I feel like he would be proud of me tonight. I can’t thank the whole team enough. We’re going to keep coming up here, it was fun tonight!”
Eli Tomac – P4
“Overall, it was a good day with a really good qualifying result and a great heat race. It was a good track all day, and I enjoyed riding it and racing it. We worked on starts all week, and I was able to put myself in a good position in the heat race and got the win. I was feeling really good going into the main event. I was a little bit farther back on the start but made some good passes early on, and I was doing everything I could to push, but I couldn’t quite get to the podium spot. I made big improvements from the first round, and I know we’ll get there. It’s just a matter of fine-tuning at this point.”
Malcom Stewart – P5
“I think the night was actually kind of quiet for me, I’m stoked on the way I’ve been riding but starts are holding me back a little bit. It’s part of racing and we can take what we’ve learned from here and move forward. We’re still in a really good position for points so I’m stoked on that and just the whole program I’ve been on, I’ve never had this much fun! It’s only the second race and I feel like I’ve been racing for so long. The whole vibe and happiness has been great, so I’m looking forward to another great week.”
Dylan Ferrandis – P6
“I felt good all day. We had a really good lap time during practice, but we got a really bad start in the heat race and had to fight my way up to fifth. Then in the main event, I got a little better start, but it was still not very good. I had another big fight to come back to the front and gave everything I had to come back to sixth. I think I could’ve got a top-five finish, but I made a mistake and missed a big double on the track, so I lost a lot of time. I closed the gap to fifth and finished on their rear wheel, but it was not enough. We’ll take this; it’s better than last weekend for sure, but it’s not really where we want to be. Step-by-step, we need to move our way up each race.”
Cooper Webb – P7
“Tonight was a tough one, to say the least. I came down with a cold yesterday and fought through it the best we could today but definitely didn’t feel great at all. Practice went pretty good with third but I just tried to save as much as I could for the Main Event. I had a terrible start in the main and I made my way forward as best I could. It was definitely tough battling the sickness but I’m going to get healthy this week and go into San Diego with a fresh body and fresh slate. As far as the championship goes, we’re still in a good spot so we’ll see where it ends up.”
Marvin Musquin – P8
“In the heat race, I didn’t get a good start and unfortunately it didn’t work out. In the Main Event, I was on the outside gate and I actually had a better start but it was difficult in the first few laps mid-pack. I got a little bit better after four or five laps and I was trying to attack Cooper but I started tightening up and I didn’t keep that momentum until the end. I know I need to do better, so we’ll work on some things this week.”
Chase Sexton – P9
“Round 2 in Oakland started off good; the first couple of qualifying sessions were good and then everything kind of went downhill. Ken and I got together in the final session and both of us went down pretty hard. After that, I actually ended up winning my heat race but besides that I kind of just felt uncomfortable in the whoops and with the track in general. It was a tough day for me, but I’m hopeful for a better finish in San Diego. I’m excited to get back to work this week and get ready for next weekend.”
Dean Wilson – P10
“Overall, tonight was better than the first round, I got a good start in the heat race but I rode tight out there. In the Main Event, I didn’t get a great start but I ended up getting 10th. It’s not what we want but only can keep striving to be better and fight with those guys to get to the next step I need to be.”
Adam Cianciarulo – P12
“This was another challenging weekend for us, but we have a number of positives to take away from it. I got out to two holeshots and was feeling comfortable up front early in the Heat Race and again in the Main Event. I did the best I could with my situation tonight and that’s what I’ll continue to do each day going forward. We are still on track with our goal of getting healthier every week and progressing back to full form as the condition of my shoulder improves.”
Ken Roczen – P13
“Not really much to say about Oakland. I feel like the day already started off kind of weird and we weren’t really feeling that great on the track, but we did the best we could. Chase [Sexton] and I went down pretty dang hard in the last qualifying practice. I got really lucky that nothing worse happened, as Chase kind of used my head as a whoop! It all happened so quickly and it was ultimately just me going down and falling into the wrong spot. The heat race was decent; I got second there. Going into the night show I put everything aside and tried to stay calm. We got off to a decent start, but I was probably around fourth or fifth and just struggled in the whoops; we’re just not good enough in them and we have to get better. That was a spot that bit me again, and after that there really wasn’t that much I could do. I finished 13th, but I’m going to keep my head up and charge hard again next weekend.”
Brandon Hartranft – P16
“In the main event I didn’t really have that strong of a start, but I fought hard through the whole race. I got into 16th and just tried to put in as many solid laps as I could, especially for how gnarly that track was. One of the sets of whoops – I’ve never seen a goat trail down the middle so deep! – I personally like it when the track’s beat like that. That’s when I feel like I ride my best. I’m working hard and the team’s working hard and I want to show more potential and better results.
“The dirt was super tacky, it was just absolute traction everywhere. In heat one I didn’t ride like I wanted to ride, but I learned the lines. In the LCQ, got a great jump out of the gate, it was awesome. I poked it in there coming into the first corner, then passed into third on the first lap. A few laps in another rider came across the track and just took me out, up over the hay bales. I’m not really sure what was going on considering we were in third and fourth. That ended my night. I wish I could have that LCQ back. I’m looking forward to a great stadium and a great city next weekend.”
450 Main Results
KTM 450 SX-F
GASGAS MC 450F
Husqvarna FC 450
KTM 450 SX-F
KTM 450 SX-F
Husqvarna FC 450
450 Championship Standings (Round 2 of 17)
Jo Shimoda scored the holeshot in the 250 Main on the Pro Circuit Kawasaki to take the early lead from Christian Craig, Vince Friese, Seth Hammaker and Michael Mosiman.Hunter Lawrence was sixth at the end of lap one but already had his work cut out for him in his quest for a podium.
Shimoda stalled the KX250F late on the second lap, which allowed Craig to sweep through to the lead and push the Japanese rider back to second place. Shimoda recovered to fend off Friese who then made a mistake and fell back to sixth place as Hammaker moved up to take third, Mosiman fourth and Lawrence fifth.
Shimoda then made a mistake in the whoops two laps later and went down. By the time he got going again he had been relegated all the way down to ninth.
Michael Mosiman also made a mistake and lost a number of positions, allowing Hunter Lawrence to capitalise and move up to third place.
Meanwhile Christian Craig was unflustered up front and led by six-seconds with nine-minutes remaining.Hammaker was second, and Lawrence a further three-seconds behind in third place but with four-seconds over fourth place Nate Thrasher.
Lawrence chased Hammaker hard and was in position to capitalise when the Kawasaki man made a small mistake in the whoops with just over two-minutes left on the shot clock.Once past, Hunter pulled away to take a strong second place.
Christian Craig the dominant victor, the Yamaha man backed things off in the final laps but his winning margin was still more than five-seconds to make it two-from-two so far in AMA Supercross 2022.
Michael Mosiman was fourth ahead of Nate Thrasher and Vince Friese, while Jo Shimoda recovered from his early mistakes to claim seventh place.
AMA Supercross will reconvene next weekend in San Diego.
250 Rider Quotes
Christian Craig – P1
“The day was solid. I qualified first and then backed it up in the heat race and then got off to a good start in the main. I was second-place, and then the guy in front of me stalled it, so I made the pass and just never looked back. It was a pretty basic win, but it was nice to score my first back-to-back win. I was coming off a good weekend at Anaheim 1 and then had a good week at the practice track. So I came in here with confidence and just rode like I did last week, and like I do at the practice track every week, which is basically just having fun, and it’s been showing in my riding lately. It’s great to start the season off like this. I have a great support group and people that push me every day to be where I am. I’m really looking forward to my hometown race in San Diego next weekend, so let’s keep it going.”
Hunter Lawrence – P2
“Oakland wasn’t a bad night; we got second overall. Still, I’m definitely a bit frustrated. I had a few more laps than last weekend to work on Seth [Hammaker], and we had a good battle. He was riding really well in the beginning, so I had to keep just pushing through. My start wasn’t ideal, so we’re going to be working on that this week, but we’re fit and healthy. Next weekend we’re moving on to San Diego, so hopefully that will be a good race.”
Seth Hammaker – P3
“Now that I’ve been on the podium twice this year, I’m not satisfied with second or third, I want that win and we’ll be working hard for it. Last week I was able to minimize the mistakes, but I just had a few moments on Saturday that cost me some time. I’m really looking forward to going to San Diego. It has always looked like a cool stadium with a tighter, technical track.”
Michael Mosiman – P4
“It was so good to be back at my hometown race in Oakland representing NorCal, the fans were awesome! It was a fun weekend with the team and a lot of really good racing. I’m a little disappointed with the result but I’m focusing on the positive. I had great speed, my race craft has significantly improved from years past and I think I am one of the best – if not the best – guy in the whoops and that feels good. If you don’t consider the finishes, it’s been fun to mix it up with the guys and I look forward to replicating some of that heat race magic in the main. It’s coming soon, I think everyone knows it and I look forward to the upcoming races.”
Nate Thrasher – P5
“I rode well all day; I’ve just got to work on my starts. It was a solid fifth-place, but I feel like I should’ve been on the podium. I came from the back and got up to fourth but got a little tired. I’m ready to go back to work. I feel like the speed’s there to be second and try and sneak in a win on Christian; he’s riding so well. We’ve just got to get a start and put ourselves in a situation to win, and right now, we are not doing that. Let’s go back and have a good week of training and keep swinging next week.”
Jo Shimoda – P7
“There were a lot of positives that we had in Oakland, but I wasn’t able to get the result I know we are capable of. It’s frustrating, but at least I know there are things that can be adjusted. The start was awesome and I felt good. I just made a mistake that cost me a good result. We know what we can work on this week and we’ll be ready for San Diego.”
Carson Mumford – P14
“The day was a struggle for me. It was my first-time racing in Oakland. I had a big crash in the first practice but was okay and ended up getting sixth in my heat race. In the main I was in eighth and crashed. I had to pull into the mechanics area to get my throttle fixed before going back out, so only caught back up to 14th.”
250 Main Results
GASGAS MC 250F
GASGAS MC 250F
250 West Championship Standings (Round 2 of 10)
2022 Racing schedule
2022 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship, presented by MXstore
Round 1 & 2
19-20 March 2022
Round 3 & 4
8 – 9 April 2022
Round 5 & 6
16 – 17 July 2022
Round 7 & 8
6 – 7 August 2022
Round 9 & 10
Kingston SE, SA
17 – 18 Sept 2022
Round 11 & 12
8 – 9 Oct 2022
2022 FIM Motocross (MXGP) World Championship Calendar
MXGP of Great Britain, Matterley Basin
MXGP of Argentina, TBA
MXGP of The Netherlands, Oss
MXGP of Trentino (ITA), Pietramurata
MXGP of Latvia, Kegums
MXGP of MFR, Orlyonok
MXGP of Sardinia (ITA), Riola Sardo
MXGP of Spain, intu Xanadú – Arroyomolinos
MXGP of France, Ernee
MXGP of Germany, Teutschenthal
MXGP of Jakarta (INA), Jakarta
MXGP of Indonesia, Semarang
MXGP of Czech Republic, Loket
MXGP of Flanders (BEL), Lommel
MXGP of Sweden, Uddevalla
MXGP of Finland, Iitti-KymiRing
MXGP of Charente Maritime (FRA), St Jean d’Angely
MXGP of Turkey, Afyonkarahisar
2022 Monster Energy AMA/ FIM World Supercross Schedule
San Diego, CA
State Farm Stadium
US Bank Stadium
Daytona Intl. Speedway
Daytona Beach, FL
Lucas Oil Stadium
Dome at America’s Center
St. Louis, MO
Atlanta Motor Speedway
Empower Field at Mile High
Salt Lake City, UT
2022 FIM Hard Enduro World Championship Provisional Schedule
Red Bull Erzbergrodeo
Abestone Hard Enduro
Red Bull Romaniacs
Red Bull TKO
August (date TBC)
Red Bull Outliers
August (TBC, two weeks after TKO)
September 10/11 (location TBC)
Hixpania Hard Enduro
2022 Australian Arenacross Calendar
2022 ProMX Championship Calendar
Coffs Harbour, NSW
Queensland Moto Park
2022 Lucas Oil Pro MX Championship Calendar
Fox Raceway National I
Hangtown Motocross Classic
Thunder Valley National
High Point National
MT Morris, PA
Spring Creek National
New Berlin, NY
Budds Creek National
Fox Raceway National II
2022 Victorian Junior MX State Titles Calendar
2022 WA State Supercross Championship Calendar
SX Accreditation 1
SX Accreditation 2
2022 FIM Bajas World Cup Calendar
24 -26 February
Qatar Intl. Baja
Baja do Oeste Castelo
Atacama Baja 1
Atacama Baja 2
Saudi Baja * Tbc
Dubai Intl. Baja
2022 Silk Way Rally – July 6-16, 2022
2022 FIM ISDE – Le Puy en Velay, France
29 August-3 September, 2022
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