07/07/2013

    TTC at Snetterton

    The Triumph Triple Challenge has established itself as the ideal stepping stone for the Superbike riders of tomorrow and continues to be an integral part of the British Superbike calendar, supporting nine BSB rounds.

    Competitors ride identical Triumph Daytona 675s, which are ideally suited to the challenges of circuit racing and they are fighting for one the most coveted prizes in motorcycle sport - a fully funded ride on a Triumph Daytona 675 in the 2014 Junior Superstock or Supersport Cup, depending on their age.

    Round 4 takes place at the Norfolk based Snetterton, the second longest circuit in the UK at 3 miles. The track boasts one mile of infield track which creates some superb close racing. The Snetterton 300 configuration, used by the British Superbikes, is the newest circuit in the UK.

    Adding to the atmosphere Triumph has teamed up with the legendary Ace Cafe London to offer race fans a great hospitality experience at the heart of the buzzing TTC paddock.

    For more information on price and availability of the Ace Cafe hospitality contact lora@ace-cafe-london.com or call the Ace Cafe on 0208 961 1000 

    The rider village is situated in the paddock where race fans can catch a glimpse of the riders preparing their Daytona 675s for the race ahead while those heading towards the Triumph bike and merchandise display, situated with the retail stands around the circuit, will get a chance to take a seat on a selection of road bikes and pick up some genuine Triumph clothing.

    Click here for more information on the Triumph Triple Challenge.

    *Separate BSB ticket required for circuit entry, visit www.britishsuperbike.com for info.  **Limited availability, must be pre-booked.

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