The Super Series officially concluded its 2022 season with a Celebration of Champions held at the new Shannonville Event Centre. Over 75 guests and their families made the trip to end the year in style where each class saw the top three riders honoured with a special award
The 2022 Super Series season concluded this past September 10–11 weekend, culminating the first full season since 2019. Over the course of the year, over 150 riders came out to test themselves against some of the best Pro and Amateur riders in Canada.
Despite the weather tossing in a serious curveball for riders, the Super Series concluded its final visit to the Long Track with some exciting action.
Shannonville (ON) June 16, 2022 – Round two of the 2022 Super Series got underway this past weekend on the Pro track amid one of the most unstable forecasts. With the skies being unpredictable, the riders took to the track knowing potential rain showers could come at any second. When the dust all settled, nine different riders found themselves on the top step of the podium
With an appreciation for the history of Shannonville Motorsport Park, John Bondar was also excited for its future back in the fall of 2019. That’s when it was announced Bondar and Steve Gidman had purchased the racing venue east of Belleville. Bondar’s fascination with motorsports dates back more than 45 years.
Life slows down for Mike Raniowski when he is zipping around tracks at high speed on his motorcycle.
Bay of Quinte Yacht Club members love being out on the open waters just in a recreational sense. There’s also an opportunity for competition as members can race in keelboats or dinghies.
Many local dragon boaters are getting back on the water this summer as local organizations look to rebuild their programs following a couple of challenging seasons.
Kelly Scott has raced horses with his family for 45 years. “It’s our hobby,” Kelly Scott said. “I don’t fish, I don’t hunt, I don’t travel, I just go play with my horses.”
It’s been a marathon, not a sprint, perhaps that’s no surprise, but you can expect to see hundreds of runners finally return to Prince Edward County this fall.