Future West AX
Final Rounds Chilliwack, BC | December 7, 2016
Photos by James Lissimore
Well thats a wrap on the 2016 Future West Arenacross Championships and it went out on a high note for MX101, Yamaha Canada, FXR rider, Jess Pettis. Congratulations to Jess taking the overall championship. Here are a few images from the final round in the big barn at Chilliwack, BC.
Product placement on point at Chilliwack.
You could find Teren Gerber on the box almost every single round of the Future West AX series.
#477 Joey Parkes from Nanaimo, BC completed the series with 10th in Open Intermediate and 11th in 250 Intermediate.
Kyle Springman looking super snazzy in his new Clutch gear.
Jess Pettis with Gauld for another podium speech.
Mister flawless, Teren Gerber #126 cleans up with the Open Intermediate championship and the 250 Intermediate championship.
Keylan Meston had a great indoor season where he took home a 4th in the Pro Open.
Seth Chevrier #505 pulled off a solid 4th in the 250 Jr class.
Williams Lake, BC native Marcus Deausy came away with an impressive 2nd in both the 250 Jr and the Open Jr classes.
Honourary left-coast guy, Davey Fraser went 5-5 in Chilliwack and finished the series out with an 8th overall in Pro Am Lights.
The big star in the Open Jr class was Seth Chevrier taking the championship. Well done Seth!
Winfield, BC native Deegan Nuyens claimed solid results with 6th in Open Jr, 2nd in Open Jr B and 8th in 250 Jr.
Kyle Springman gave the Pro Open class a run in the last round and took 7th for the night.
This guy has some mad indoor skills. Jess Pettis was on the gas through the entire series.
Pettis #20 takes both Pro Open and Pro Am Lights championships.
Pettis keeping warm on the line before his moto.
Bam! Championship status for Pettis.
Style check for Meston heading through the whoops section.
Style check for Davey Fraser too. He took 8th in the Pro Open class for the series.
Springman coming out of the shadows into the rhythm section spotlight.
Meston coming in hot to the last corner.
Big fist pump and championship sealed up for Pettis.
Jess rocking his new #1 jersey.
Nothing beats having a big win than having some of your biggest supporters there to celebrate it with you. MX101 team manager, Kevin Tyler flew in from Ottawa, Ontario to be with Jess for his title win.
Victory lap, victory whip and a chance to show off the new #1 red plate. Congrats Jess!