Triumph ride-off idea
Triumph Triple Challenge organiser Tony Scott has thrown down the gauntlet to the organisers the Virgin Yamaha R6 Cup and GS-X-R Trophy one-make championships to promote a special end-of-season race-off.
Scott said: “There’s three one-make 600cc racing championships running at different meetings next year so why not take the top ten from each championship and have a shootout to see who comes out on top?”
The Triumph series is running at Bemsee club meetings while BSB hosts the R6 Cup and the GSX-R Trophy is a new ACU initiative.
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There’s space at the end of the season to promote a one-off race. Ideally I’d like to see it at a BSB round but, if not, there’s several big non-championship races in the autumn who would love a special feature race.
" So I’m throwing the gauntlet down for the R6 Cup and GSX-R Trophy organisers.”
According to Scott he’s already got 23 confirmed entries for the inaugural Triumph Triple Challenge and a further 25-30 potential competitors.
To find out more about the Challenge go to http://www.t3-racing.co.uk