As a kid with a dream, you work towards a goal each year of your racing. Some just show up at the track to enjoy the fun that racing can create with family and friends. Others are serious, chase the points, and aim to be a champion using the step ladder in the system moving from Beginner to Junior and Junior to Intermediate or B to A classification.

Please feel free to email with inquiries about advancement or to apply for an appeal about a racer who was advanced.

Under AMO rule:

1. Riders riding in more than one class will have upgrade points combined for both classes.

Beginner to Junior 10 points

Junior to Intermediate 20 points

Intermediate to Professional 40 points

2. Full points are awarded in classes of six or more riders. In classes of less than six riders, the winner will receive 3 points and second place will receive 1 point only.

Upgrade points per event:

1st overall receives 5 points

2nd overall receives 3 points

3rd overall receives 2 points

4th overall receives 1 point

3. All upgrade points are dropped by riders accumulating fewer than these totals so that the new season is started with zero upgrade points.

4. Any racer placing in the top 3 overall at the Walton Grand National Championship or ECAN at Deschambault in Junior or Intermediate automatically gets advanced for 2022.

What was new for 2021 was that Open beginner riders earning the regular advancement (10 points) got bumped but also a racer who earned 100 total series points.

Also New for 2021 was the top 10 racers in True North Fleet AMO OPC ending Series points in 65 B 7-11 Open get bumped into their age group for 2022. The 65 7-9 or 10-11 class.

Here is the list of names for advancement for 2022:

Here are 5 future stars who are heading to the next level in their young careers.

65 B Open 7-11 Top 10 in Series Points:


86 – SouthPorcupine, ON 1st 3rd 4th 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 2nd 383


32 – Scotland, On 9th 2nd 3rd 4th 4th 2nd 9th 2nd 1st 330 (-53)


800 – Mitchell, ON 6th 5th 1st 1st 6th 6th 11th 9th 6th 290 (-93)


122 – , ON 2nd 10th 10th 5th 5th 8th 8th 5th 8th 259 (-124)


416 – London, On 4th 4th 2nd 20th 3rd 4th 15th 8th 4th 254 (-129)


7 – Barrie, ON 8th 6th 13th 2nd 13th 11th 2nd 4th 7th 244 (-139)


521 – Appin, On 13th 12th 6th 8th 7th 5th 6th 6th 10th 241 (-142)


117 – Keswick, ON 7th 15th 5th 7th 8th 9th 3rd 12th 5th 240 (-143)


118 – Melbourne, ON 12th 8th 12th 13th 19th 16th 4th 3rd 12th 179 (-204)


912 – , ON 16th 13th 8th 10th 12th 10th 14th 16th 9th 165 (-218)

Nolan Pruesse has earned his way into Junior class for 2022.

Open Beginner to Junior Class – 10 advancement points or 100 series points

Tyler Thomas 20 advancement points

Kyle Mcelroy 13 Advancement points

Nolan Tales 11 Advancement points

Nolan Pruesse 212 Series Points

Daniel Lindo 127 Series Points

Tye Ingram 119 Series Points

Kurt Dirtinger 118 Series Points

Neil Power (requested move up after two Beginner races)

Welcome to Ladies A Hayley!!

Ladies B to Ladies A

Dakota Cornwall 31 Advancement Points

Kiana Kurtz 21 Advancement Points

Hayley Vanderzanden 13 Advancement Points

Tanner Scott and Spencer Deleye will join the Intermediate ranks for 2022.

Junior To Intermediate 20 Advancement Points:

Hayden Jameson 47 Advancement Points

Leith Ness 29 Advancement Points (Youth Beg/Jun/Int TransCan Champion)

Spencer Deleye 25 Advancement Points

Tanner Scott 20 Advancement Points (Also, both Junior Transcan Titles)

Ben Leclair 2 Junior Titles at ECAN

Thumbs up to you, welcome to the Pro Wyatt!!

Intermediate to Pro 40 Advancement Points

*** Note: Any intermediate racer that earned a Triple Crown Top 100 National Number automatically gets bumped to Pro. No matter their advancement point status

Wyatt Kerr 38 Advancement Points ( Earned Triple Crown National #34)

Sebastien Racine 38 Advancement Points (Earned Triple Crown national #30)

Seth Hughes 9 Advancement Points (Earned Triple Crown National #38)