MAXXIS MX3

ProMX CHAMPIONSHIP

WHAT IS MX3?

The Maxxis MX3 class provides a safe and competitive environment for juniors to graduate into the senior ranks at a National level. The class age structure is for riders from 14 to under 18 to compete on 122cc to 150cc 2-Stroke & 200cc to 250cc 4-Stroke capacity machines. The new MX3 class structure also allows unique opportunities for riders with exceptional talent and speed to then graduate early into the Pirelli MX2 category at 15, to be more in line with FIM international age groupings.

Formerly known as “MXD”, this development class in fundamentally a way for both privateer racers and manufacturer backed team riders to enter the ProMX series and learn the style of racing, schedules and track conditions of the professional racing circuit.

The goal of the Maxxis MX3 class is to prepare riders for a successful transition and career into the Pirelli MX2 and Thor MX1 pro classes, or for an accelerated departure via Pirelli MX2 to the international stage.

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PAST CHAMPIONS

2007 – Brendan Harrison

2008 – Tye Simmonds

2009 – Luke Styke – GYTR Yamaha

2010 – Joshua Cachia – MXRad Coastal KTM

2011 – Errol Willis – Raceline Suzuki

2012 – Kayne Lamont – CMR KTM

2013 – Hamish Harwood – CMR Red Bull KTM

2014 – Egan Mastin – Berry Sweet Husqvarna

2015 – Wilson Todd – Yamalube Yamaha

2016 – Mitch Evans – Yamalube Yamaha

2017 – Cody Dyce – Yamalube Yamaha

2018 – Bailey Malkiewicz – WBR Yamaha

2019 – Regan Duffy – Raceline KTM

MX1

Premier 450cc Open Class

MX2

Premier 250cc Lites Class

MX3

Under 18’s Development Class

MXW

Womens Open Class