British Amateur C/ships

Schedule for 2019 British Amateur Championships:

Sunday 17th March
Pro, Open, Support, F2 and Quad Classes

Sunday 7th April
Novice, Upright Support, 160cc, Youth 125/150 Open and Youth 125/150 Support Classes

Saturday 13th April
Youth 500, Youth 250, Upright Open, Pit Bike and Pit Bike Evo Classes

Please note there is a limit on the number of races we can fit in one day which is why there we will limit most classes to 16 riders to allow us to use the 16-rider, 20-heat format where each rider races against the other 15 in the class once each. Entry is by texting Richard Hollingsworth on 07832-402167 whilst payment is £45 cash on the day

Class definitions:
Pro – aimed at current NL second strings and reserves plus displaced NL heat leaders, riders displaced from the top two leagues since 2017 or earlier plus others who feel able to challenge for the top title. Riders excluded are those who are either riding in the top two leagues or have an official average above 2.00 in the top two leagues during 2018. Also ineligible in 2019 are those who are riding in the NL in 2019 with a 2018 NL average above 5.

Open – aimed at displaced/retired league riders plus all other open class standard riders. No NL Team place in 2019 (or a 2017 or 2018 NL average of over 6.00) or top two league in 2017-9

Support – aimed at MDL/SDL/NJL standard riders who haven’t had NL chances or ridden in the Open Class

Novice – aimed at riders who don’t fit in the three other adult classes

Upright Open – aimed at the quicker riders who are likely to beat 75 seconds for four laps around Scunthorpe. For those who haven’t ridden Scunthorpe a list of riders who have beaten 75 seconds can be provided

Upright Support – aimed at riders who are unlikely to beat 75 seconds for four laps around Scunthorpe. Once again a list of riders who are likely to fall into this class can be provided

Youth 125 Open – aimed at the quicker riders who are likely to beat 75 seconds for four laps around Scunthorpe. For those who haven’t ridden Scunthorpe a list of riders who have beaten 75 seconds can be provided

Youth 125 Support – aimed at riders who are unlikely to beat 75 seconds for four laps around Scunthorpe. Once again a list of riders who are likely to fall into this class can be provided

160cc – this is an adult class where the upper limit on engine capacity is 160cc but is likely to include a number of 125cc and 140cc bikes

Formula 2 – this is a class where the bikes will be provided by Peter Seaton (see https://www.facebook.com/f2speedway/ for more details) and allocated by ballot on the day

Youth 250 – the rider must be in possession of an SCB Youth 250 licence. Day permits will not be available.

Youth 500 – the rider must be in possession of an SCB Youth 500 licence (or be over 15 and qualify for the 2018 British Youth Championship). Day permits will not be available.

Pit Bikes – Bikes up to 160cc, four-stroke, air-cooled, with laydown engines and maximum wheel sizes of 14″ rear and 17″ front

Pit Bike Evo – Bikes up to 160cc, four-stroke, air-cooled but with no engine configuration or wheel size limitations

Quads – four wheels 😉

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