Entries for the first of ClubMSV’s Trackday Trophy meeting at Cadwell Park on April 29 are now open but spaces to compete at the Lincolnshire track are running out fast.
The series, which was launched after the company saw a successful car version commence two years ago, gives riders help from the first time they ride their bike on a race track, through their race training and preparation, all the way up to being sat on the grid waiting for the lights to go out.
"Two years ago we launched the Car Trackday Trophy which has been an overwhelming success. We have introduced well over 100 new drivers into the world of competitive motor sport, many of whom have successfully graduated to other series and championships organised by clubs all over the country. Now we want to replicate this successful formula for bikes," said manager Alex Baker.
We have thousands of riders taking part in our trackdays each year and in 2010 the ACU issued Club MSV with the authority to administer ACU licence tests across the group of MSV circuits. It’s also become clear that many riders want to race solo so we’ll be introducing a new semi-endurance race format with races of around 45 minutes."