As 2020 dawns there is more exciting news breaking from the British Supermoto Championship. A full championship calendar of eight race weekends has been announced and covers circuits from Crail in the North East of Scotland, to the stunning Pembrokeshire peninsular venue of Pembrey.
The conclusion of the 2019 season witnessed a thrilling finale at Cadwell Park where Scotland’s Jamie Duncan was crowned the overall British Supermoto Champion.
2020 is set to bring more excitement with many top riders and teams in the running for title honours. Across all classes, from Juniors, through to Elite riders the British Supermoto Championship has long been recognised as a breeding ground for bikesport talent and you can be assured that many of todays competitors will become household names in the future.
Enhanced coverage of the sport is also planned with the introduction of ‘Live Feeds’ from the circuits where riders interviews mixed with short clips of the track action will hopefully bring more enthusiasts, riders and sponsors to the sport.
The championship is also welcoming any new riders to the sport and should you wish to find out more of how to get involved, start racing or take part in any Supermoto specific trackdays then drop by either: www.norasport.co.uk
where a plethora of advice and useful information is as hand.
The Championship Warm Up Event takes place at Three Sisters Race Circuit on March 14th
and the Championship organisers welcome you along to meet the riders and see first hand the exciting sport of Supermoto.