Triumph confirms Triple Challenge commitment for 2012

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Triumph has announced its ongoing support of the Triumph Triple Challenge in 2012, after a successful year in 2011.

Backed by the Triumph factory and run in close co-operation with T3 Racing and Motorsport Vision Racing (MSVR), the Tripl eChallenge provides aspiring riders with vital exposure at the right level to attract interest from professional teams.

Indeed, this year’s Champion, Luke Jones was offered the opportunity to ride for HM Plant this season on one of the team’s Superstock 1000 machines on the strength of performance in the TTC.

The 2012 winner will be offered the chance to step up to either Metzeler National Superstock 600 (if under 25) or Fuchs-Silkolene British Supersport (if aged 25-32), with a funded race package from T3 Racing for the 2013 season.

The supported ride will include a fully-prepared Triumph Daytona 675 race bike, entry fees, tyres/spares allocation and technical support.

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