The Frittenden & DMCC presents their first meeting of 2022 – the annual ‘Battle Of Britain’ at their fantastic venue of Sandhurst Bridge Farm, Frittenden, Kent. Sat Nav: TN17 2ED. What 3 Words Location: ///circulate.chariots.month
The club have pulled together yet another bumper lineup of riders across all 4 solo classes & the 3 sidecar classes featuring a whole host of British & European champions riding at the ultra smooth and fast Kent venue.
Some of the riders scheduled to appear include the 2022 British Masters Qualifier Champions Matt Fumarola/Andi Wilson & Arran Butcher up against some of the top riders – including former Multi-Masters Champion Paul Hurry, current Multi-Masters Champion Mark Cossar/Gareth Williams, Paul Whitelam/Richard Webb who will doubling up their usual Right Hand Sidecar class with their second outing aboard their 500cc Sidecar machine.
A bumper 250cc Solo entry featuring over 20 riders looks to be the most open class with Luke Harris winning at Chelmsford last weekend pushed by young hotshot Cameron Taylor. Experience may be key with the likes of Chris Still, Russell Little & Tim Greig likely to be well in the mix come the final.
As usual, the club has all the amenties available. There is free weekend camping from Friday 20th May – Monday 30th May, flush toilets, fresh water on site, hot food and bar serving all day Sunday, the GRASA stall plus Sweet Treats stall.
Signing on commences at 830am, Practice underway at 11am with First Race Scheduled at 12:30pm. Podium ceremony will take place immediately after the last race of the day.
As always with Grasstrack, its a open pits, so come down and speak with the riders and get up close to some of the fantastic racing machinery on display.
Admission is cash only on the day: Adults: £15, Concessions/OAPS: £13, Under 16s FREE (Must be accompanied by an Adult), with the race day souvenir programme £2.
For the full lineup see the Frittenden & DMCC Facebook page.
Feature Image courtesy of Mike Wood