UK Supermoto racing has a new focus in 2007 with a new six-round British championship thanks to the organisers of two previously competing National series combining their efforts.
ACU/AMCA British Championship staff will work closely with their Moto GB counterparts in a historical tripartite agreement which looks set to pull Supermoto back to the level of growth enjoyed during the 2002/03 seasons.
The 2007 British Supermoto Championship will feature a single Open class, a maximum of 28
Seeded / invited riders and will be fought out over six rounds at venues throughout the UK.
The all-new British Championship will be ably supported by a 10-round National Supermoto Championship which is also scheduled to feature single-make racing and a youth class in addition to conventional 450 & Open classes.
Six rounds of the National series will take part over the same weekends as the British Championship events, thus ensuring that spectators enjoy an action-packed race day.
Full championship schedules will be announced shortly.