What is it with Mont Sainte Anne and epic world cups….? No wonder we are always coming back after years of racing here (some trivia for you; MSA is the only venue to have held a world cup or championships since the series inception).
Thank you! Mother Nature listened and today was the polar opposite of yesterday, weather wise… blue sky and sunshine – all around! Qualifying was the name of the game, of course before that there was practice to be had. Continue reading “Mont Sainte Anne – Day 2 – Qualifying”
We landed in Canada today, all primed for the race – first we had a bit of a drive to get to the track, as we got closer, the clouds got greyer and greyer…. then came the rain! It really came down – as the French would say ‘merde’, we will let you google that (we are in French part of Canada after all!).
It is not all glitz and glamour at World Cups, there are privateers on the circuit living the van life trying to crack the factory dream! We check in with Aussie privateer Jake Newell and friends: Continue reading “Privateer Life – Jake Newell & Co”
No one can claim race number 3 of the World Cup series was lacking in excitement! There was excitement across all classes but before we go there the requisite weather report – sunshine! Across all categories, all day, which kept things fair, there was some changes in the wind but whether that had any bearing on the results is a moot point. Continue reading “Leogang – Day 3 – Finals”