2021 Australian Motocross Champions Crowned As ProMX Championship Is Called Off


Luke Clout is congratulated by team owner Craig Dack and mechanic Brad McAlpine
Luke Clout was declared the 2021 ProMX MX1 champion with a margin of three points over West Australian Regan Duffy.

Three new Australian Motocross Champions have been crowned across their respective classes as the remainder of the 2021 ProMX Championship is canceled.

The ProMX Management team concluded the inaugural ProMX Championship after three rounds of the Championship have been run. After no clear directives have developed from State Governments as to a realistic time frame around state border openings, the necessary decision was made that the ProMX Championship cannot be completed in a timely manner before the end of 2021.

The ProMX management team stated that it wished to acknowledge all competitors, teams and fans for their support and persistence in an incredibly challenging domestic climate here in Australia over the past twelve months since the new ProMX Championship was announced.

Honda’s Kyle Webster was decalred the ProMX MX2 Championship for 2021, after a dominant year in the 250 class, winning 5 of 6 motos and all three rounds.

We are proud that at a minimum, we were able to run three championship events of the inaugural ProMX Championship, crown Champions in their respective classes and establish a return to racing in Motocross on a national level for the first time since 2019, management said in a statement.

The experience gained this year will serve as a fantastic base for the 2022 ProMX Championships, with preparation already well underway. Guaranteed to be bigger and better in 2022, fans and industry can expect exciting announcements very soon around next year’s Championship developments.

ProMX wishes to extend a further thank you to all industry partners of the series, whom without your support and dedication, the 2021 ProMX Championships would not have been possible. We look forward to strengthening our relationships with you into the 2022 Championship.

Blake Fox was declared the MX3ProMX Champion.

2021 MX1 ProMX Championship Top Ten
1 Luke CLOUT Yamaha – 122 Points
2 Regan DUFFY KTM – 119 Points
3 Todd WATERS Husqvarna – 116 Points
4 Kirk GIBBS Honda – 114 Points
5 Hayden MELLROSS Yamaha – 103 Points
6 Brett METCALFE Honda – 98 Points
7 Maximus PURVIS Yamaha – 71 Points
8 Connor TIERNEY Suzuki – 62 Points
9 Aaron TANTI GasGas – 57 Points
10 Jai WALKER Honda – 55 Points

2021 MX2 ProMX Championship Top Ten
1 Kyle WEBSTER Honda – 143 Points
2 Jesse DOBSON Yamaha – 109 Points
3 Rhys BUDD Yamaha – 106 Points
4 Jay WILSON Yamaha – 104 Points
5 Nathan CRAWFORD Yamaha – 85 Points
6 Dylan WILLS Husqvarna – 83 Points
7 Noah FERGUSON GasGas – 79 Points
8 Jayce COSFORD Yamaha – 63 Points
9 Isaac FERGUSON GasGas – 59 Points
10 Korey McMAHON GasGas – 55 Points

2021 MX3 ProMX Championship Top Ten
1 Blake FOX GasGas – 147 Points
2 Ryder KINGSFORD Yamaha – 127 Points
3 Kayden MINEAR KTM – 91 Points
4 Ben NOVAK Honda – 89 Points
5 Kobe DREW Yamaha – 87 Points
6 Thynan KEAN Honda – 79 Points
7 Jack MATHER Husqvarna – 73 Points
8 Cambell WILLIAMS Honda – 67 Points
9 Cooper HOLROYD Yamaha – 59 Points
10 Ryan ALEXANDERSON KTM – 58 Points

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