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The Series

There can be no doubt that the TTC represents one of if not the most competitive one make series at British Championships, tasked with finding and developing aspiring talent it has taken on the role of working with MSVR to become the new BSB feeder series.  Motor Sport Vision and Triumph UK are determined, to unearth and nurture young talented riders who will be able to pick up the gauntlet and become the next wave of British Superbike Champions.  The success of this can be clearly seen from the series results in 2011; Luke Jones will be taking his well earned prize of a British Supersport Cup ride with T3 Racing in 2012 whilst one other rider will be selected from the series to ride in Superstock as part of the hard fought for merit prize.  This prize will be awarded to the rider who we feel has progressed the furthest in the Championship.

Will full backing from Triumph UK and a further two year plan in place with Motorsport Vision to support the prestigious British Superbike Championship for all of its nine rounds; the Triumph Triple Challenge is going from strength to strength.   In 2012 the support from this iconic British Manufacture along with a brand new look in the paddock, will again give this series maximum exposure for riders along with a clearly visible career path right through the primary race classes at BSB.  Never before have so many elements been drawn together to provide the perfect opportunity for anyone who wants to kick start or further their race career.

For the series riders as well as competing on the track new challenges await in the form of the Triumph Triple Challenge Academy.  Staged at various weekends through the season, riders will be given a number of modules to study in a class room style format. These modules will cover numerous aspects to include PR, race craft, suspension, fitness and diet – all the subjects which are important to any rider to develop his or her career.

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