CHANGES TO VICTORIAN ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR 2018

By |2018-01-15T01:44:33+00:00January 15th, 2018|Categories: BLOG|

AUSTRALIA, VICTORIA. The Preston Motorcycle Club wishes to announce changes that have been made to the Victorian Road Race Championships from 2017 to 2018, these changes include the addition of some classes.

  • Introduction of a Formula 400 class,
  • Introduction of a Supermono class,
  • New classes for the 600cc bikes in the Formula 1 Pre-Modern and P7 races, so they are no longer competing directly against the 1000cc bikes,
  • All support classes now have four races with progressive grids and,
  • Superbike, Supersport 600’s, Supersport 300’s and Moto 3/125 races have all been extended.

Check out the Supp Regs, released earlier this week, for more details and/or contact the Preston Motorcycle Club with any questions.

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