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Every year, Halifax Motorsports selects well deserving, local talent in the sports we are passionate about to sponsor. Check out this year's talent below!

We are also passionate about giving back to the riding community and charities who give so much to us. Below are links to the organizations that we are happy to support through in-kind and cash donations. When you shop local with Halifax Motorsports, it gives us the opportunity to give back to our trails and the groups that keep these great sports happening in Nova Scotia.

To apply for sponsorship fill out the application form here.

If you are a racer for a sanctioned racing body in Atlantic Canada we offer a no tax deal for the season. Even if you are not one of our sponsored racers. Just bring your current racer ID card with you or email picture, to get the no tax deal.  



Andrea Smith

Andrea, rider #671 with sARL has been riding for 10 years.  This will be her 5th year of road racing.

Andrea started in the 125cc lightweight class, earning third over all in her first year and second overall in her second season. In 2016 she moved up to the 300 lightweight class with sARL and CSBK, earning a race high 6th place with CSBK.

In 2017 Andrea competed in two CSBK events and all 5 sARL events including the first all female race, where she finished 5th overall and third of the lightweight machines.

For 2018 Andrea will be racing again with sARL and select CBK events on her Kawasaki 300 Ninja. She will also be adding VRRA to this season competing on a vintage P4 Lightweight Kawasaki 500 Ninja.

Visit ARL's website for details on this seasons riding schedule:

Andrea Smith

Sean Kelly

Sean Kelly will be competing in the Super Bike Class and Sport Bike Class as an amateur for HFX Motorsports in the Society of the Atlantic Roadracing League (SARL) and CSBK Atlantic Round. Sean is a veteran racer who started racing in 2012 and is also a veteran of the Canadian Armed forces after serving 26 years. Sean was looking for something beyond serving his country and already had a passion for street riding and has been riding bikes for most of his life. You can often see him riding the HRM area on his red Ducati or Harley with many HFX Motorsports apparel and accessories. If you see him feel free to say hello and ask about the latest race or what’s new at HFX Motorsports.

This year his goals are to finish in the top 5 racers in the SARL amateur superbike competition and have a great time at the track representing what the sport is all about; sportsmanship, competition, and community! Feel free to drop by AMP in Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia and cheer on the #58 of Sean Kelly.

Visit ARL's website for details on this seasons riding schedule:

Sean Kelly

Dwayne Findlay

Dwayne has been riding for 10 years and began riding at the local track a few years later after being introduced to the sport. He began racing in 2017 but has been in love with the sport for several years after his first high performance school.  

Dwayne is competing in both amateur Sportbike and Superbike for the 2018 season with his #31 Yamaha R6. He's looking to gain more track experience by competing in both classes and is pushing to place in the top 5 this year with his rookie season behind me.

You can find Dwayne in the pit area beside fellow racer Sean Kelly. Feel free to stop by and say hello!

Visit ARL's website for details on this seasons riding schedule:



Miles MacKenzie

Miles MacKenzie is 8 years of age and is from Porters Lake, NS.

This is Miles’ Rookie year in the Beginner Bandolero division at Scotia Speedworld. 

Miles has been counting down the years until he turned 8 and could finally drive a Bandolero. His driving experience has been limited to Kart Bahn and ripping his Honda ATV and dirt bike around the yard.

Miles is looking forward to learning all he can and getting some experience on the track this season.

Miles MacKenzie