Triumph Triple Challenge - Format for 2010
- Michelin Cup will be open to riders aged 16*-29 as of 1st March 2010.
- TDG Cup will be open to riders aged 30+ as of 1st March 2010.
- Newcomers Cup will be open to riders holding an ACU novice licence, aged 17 and above.
(* riders aged 16 must be in posession of a National ACU licence)
Joint first prize of a race-prepared Triumph Daytona 675 to Supersport spec and a road-registered Daytona 675 will be awarded to the highest points scorers of the season in the Michelin and TDG Cup.
Second prize in both the Michelin and TDG Cup will be advised.
Third prize in the Michelin & TDG Cup will £1000.00 in Teng Tools
Bonus prizes will be announced shortly for the three top finishers in the newcomer’s category.
Bikes will be provided complete with all the necessary parts to ensure they are legal for racing, these include: Race exhaust, rearsets, 20mm fork internals, 3-way competition shock, protective engine covers, aftermarket steering damper, full fairing set and sticker kits, spare wheels complete with discs, front & rear sprocket sets, double bubble screen and brake lines. All bikes will run sealed engines. Entrants will be free to use the bikes outside of the championship taking title when the season has been completed.
Please click here to download full details of the tech specs and regulations.
Five rounds will take place at BSB with live/recorded TV coverage at each round. The format will include Friday practice, Saturday qualifying, with two races on Sunday. One of these races will take place between the two major BSB rounds and will incorporate the TV coverage mentioned above.
A further four rounds will take place at the BMCRC under the MRO banner, using the format of two fifteen minute qualifying sessions and one Superpole race on Saturday and two main races on Sunday.