Riders like Stoner and Toseland honed their skills in the Aprilia Superteens challenge
Win 2 tickets to the Donington WSB round
23 June 2009 13:32
To celebrate the Aprilia Superteens championship coming to Donington to support WSB, they are offering MCN readers the chance to win 2 tickets to the race weekend which include access to the Aprilia hospitality suite.
Aprilia’s seven-year absence from the World Superbike Championship is long-forgotten, with the Italian manufacturer out in force at next weekend’s Donington Park event. As well as the usual presence of Max Biaggi and Shinya Nakano aboard the formidable RSV4 Factory, the talent of tomorrow will arrive in Leicestershire for the fifth round of Aprilia Superteens Challenge.
This the first time that the ten-round, one-make series has supported the World Superbike Championship and its inclusion in the event gives spectators the chance to see the race stars of the future in action. The series has launched the careers of some of the most well-known names on the international racing circuit – Casey Stoner, James Toseland and Bradley Smith all honed their racing skills in the Aprilia Superteens Challenge. Look out for 15-year-old Andy Reid from Northern Ireland, who has been blitzing the competition aboard his controlled two-stroke Aprilia RS125 – the undisputed leader among 125cc supersports.
To celebrate the occasion, we have a pair of weekend hospitality tickets to give away. The prize includes two paddock passes for qualifying on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th June and race day on Sunday 28th, plus unlimited access to the Aprilia hospitality suite. To enter simply click here.
For further information on the Aprilia Superteens Challenge visit www.aprilia125challenge.com.