2023 News & PR’s


2023 CSRA NEWS & PR’s
Mar 9, 2023 REPORT
The Sudbury Pro Snowcross presented by Motul, Ultimax Belts by Timken and Algonquin Equipment 

The Canadian Snowcross Racing Association (CSRA) racers, fans and staff enjoyed a spectacular weekend of racing and beautiful weather! The Sudbury Pro Snowcross presented by Motul, Ultimax Belts by Timken and Algonquin Equipment was held March 4-5, 2023 at Sudbury Downs in Chelmsford, ON.

In the Sport 600 class on Saturday #458 Trent Weir (Royal Distributing, FXR, Polaris) from Bracebridge, ON went undefeated! #175 Patrick Fenton (London Recreation, Ski-Doo) from Paisley,ON took 2nd, followed by #194 Justin Hayward (Team Gelinas, Ski-Doo) from Camlachie, ON in 3rd read more…

Sept 11, 2022
2023 SNOWCROSS NEWSLETTER #1

SNOWCROSS COMPETITOR INFORMATION 2023 NEWSLETTER #1
Racers & Crew Members: On behalf of Canadian Snowcross Racing, we welcome you to the 2023 racing season. This newsletter represents general information regarding our CSRA racing classes, rules and safety requirements. If you are a new competitor, interested in trying Snowcross racing for the first time, or experienced racer, this newsletter will provide you with the necessary information to get you started. CSRA events will feature competition classes for snowmobiles, Snow Bikes and UTV Off Road Vehicles. Classes are available for new racers including children as young as (4) years of age on 120cc snowmobiles, Novice, Transition, Junior, Trail Sport 0, Sport, Pro/Am Women, Pro/Am Vets (30+), Pro-Lite and Pro classes. 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.  read more…

DEC 15, 2021
2022 SNOWCROSS NEWSLETTER #2

Welcome Racers & Crew Members:
CSRA has finalized our plans for the 2022 Snowcross race series. We have (9) race weekends scheduled.
We are excited about the 2022 race season however everyone needs to understand that we are still being guided by Provincial and Local Health Unit protocols that may be different at each event. We all need to be prepared for ongoing changes that may limit what we can do and how we operate our events. The health and safety of all our racers, crew members and staff is the number one priority.
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NOV 1, 2021
2022 SNOWCROSS COMPETITOR INFORMATION NEWSLETTER #1

Racers & Crew Members:
On behalf of Canadian Snowcross Racing, we welcome you to the 2022 racing season. This newsletter represents general information regarding our CSRA racing classes, rules and safety requirements. If you are a new competitor interested in trying Snowcross racing for the first time, or a experienced racer, this newsletter will provide you with the necessary information to get you started racing at our events this winter.  read more…