In 2010 the Triumph Triple Challenge will increase its association with the MCE British Superbike Championship with five out of nine rounds of this unique and challenging series hosted on the national stage. As well as providing an exciting addition for fans of BSB the Triumph Triple Challenge (TTC) is a fantastic opportunity for new and established racers to compete on a high profile, televised, stage.
The Triumph Triple Challenge is a one-make series with competitors using a race-prepared Daytona 675. To promote close, exciting racing each bike is prepped to exactly the same specification, with riders able to adjust the performance suspension settings to suit their individual style. As the TTC attracts both novice and more established riders there are three distinct competitions within the Championship to accommodate different age groups and levels of experience.
The Triumph Triple Challenge has been welcomed to the BSB paddock by series organisers MSVR. Stuart Higgs, BSB Series Director said: “The Triumph Triple Challenge provides a unique grid of great looking and importantly, great sounding bikes and a very cost effective platform for riders to make the breakthrough from senior club to national level. The new series structure and calendar comprising nine different circuit configurations makes it stand head and shoulders above any other equivalent series.”
The Championship is managed by T3 Racing who supply unrivalled trackside parts support, technical assistance and maintain close controls on eligibility. Full support from Triumph UK and MSVR guarantees the Triumph Triple Challenge maintains the highest levels of presentation. This gives you the ideal platform from which to entertain and motivate your existing and potential sponsors.
The Triumph Triple Challenge will be fought out over nine different circuit configurations:
Please note that two rounds will contain a premium format with a 20 min time trial in lieu of qualifying with championship points awarded on the result.
For more information, contact Tony Scott by email or call 07870 656 920