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2017 Spring Event Schedule

May 21 - Truck & ATV & Side x Side Mudbog

May 27 - Motocross - Open Practice

May 28 - Motocross - Open Practice

June 3 - Motocross - Open Practice

June 4 - Motocross - Thames Valley Riders Club

June 10 - Motocross - Walton Raceway Open Practice

June 11 - Motocross – AMO/MMRS - Parts Canada TransCan - Amateur National Qualifier

June 18 - Ontario Fifth Scale RC OffRoad Championships #3

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Southwestern Ontario Toyota Dealers Association Signs 3-Year Agreement as Official Vehicle of Walton Raceway & The Parts Canada TransCan – Canadian Motocross Grand National Championship

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 Toyota PR

WALTON, ON. (June 26, 2014) – Walton Raceway announced today that the Southwestern Ontario Toyota Dealers Association has signed a three-year agreement to be the Official Vehicle of Walton Raceway and the Parts Canada TransCan Canadian Motocross Grand National Championship.

As part of the agreement, the Southwestern Ontario Toyota Dealers Association and Walton Raceway will partner together to present the Parts Canada TransCan Canadian Motocross Grand National Championship, the Walton Raceway Truckfest: Off-Road Truck Racing and Mud Bog weekend, as well as the Royal Distributing Walton Raceway Stop Watch Championship Series.

In addition to the partnership, a mobile advertisement on a Toyota Tundra Truck and a Toyota Tacoma Truck will be created which will be featured at a variety of events this summer. Toyota will also display their name on what is arguably the most famous jump in Canadian Motocross, having the naming rights on Walton Raceway’s “Toyota Natural Double Jump”.

“We’re pleased to be able to support the growth and vision of Walton Raceway, as well as people within the Canadian Motocross community from the riders to the fans,” said Tim Pearson, Representative for Southwestern Ontario Toyota Dealers Advertising Association. “This partnership allows us to showcase our vehicles to people who depend on Trucks and SUVs, while also supporting the Walton Raceway Facility in Motocross, Truck Racing, Mud Bogs and various other community events.”

“Toyota and Walton Raceway is a great fit together and we are pleased to enter into a partnership with the Southwestern Ontario Toyota Dealers Association,” said Mark Perrin, Sales & Marketing Director at Walton Raceway. “The Toyota brand has long been involved in motorsports and Walton Raceway is very excited to showcase their vehicles at our facility, carrying forward the success they have brought to virtually every circuit and series in the world.”

2014 Parts Canada TransCan Canadian Motocross Grand National Championship at Walton Raceway

August 13-16, 2014 – Amateur Canadian Motocross Grand National Championship

August 17, 2014 – Rockstar Energy Motocross National & Parts Canada Cup Amateur Shootout

 

Address: Walton Raceway: 42852 Walton Road, Walton, Ontario N0K1Z0

Website: www.partscanadatranscan.ca or www.waltonraceway.ca

Facebook:www.facebook.com/TransCan or www.facebook.com/WaltonRaceway

Twitter: @TransCan @WaltonRaceway

Instagram: @WaltonRaceway

 

About The TransCan

In 1992, the TransCan was created as Walton Raceway would hold an annual event drawing on all the best things in the sport, an annual coming together for bragging rights, a celebration of Canadian Motocross. The TransCan was built from a great natural track, strong community support, accessibility and support from the Industry. The emphasis was to be real outdoor style motocross, highly competitive with lots of extracurricular attractions and opportunity for the best Canadian racers in all age classes to compete against each other for a Canadian Amateur and Pro Motocross Championship.

 

About Walton Raceway

Walton Raceway is located in Huron Country on Ontario West Coast. The address of the facility is 42852 Walton Road in Walton, Ontario, Canada. Walton Raceway was opened in 1971 and is one the longest running and most prestigious Motocross facilities within Canada.