8th November 2015
At the end of another successful season of British Youth racing, plans are already in place to make the 2016 season bigger and better with some fantastic help from our series sponsors and the BSPA.
Young Lions Management can reveal that the 2016 British Youth Championship will be the biggest to date, and next seasons series will be run over 8 rounds rather than the traditional 6.
More details regarding dates and venues will be released in due course, but Youth Boss Neil Vatcher can confirm that there will be 3 new venues for the 2016 season, of which 2 of those venues will be holding a Youth Round for the very first time.
As well as making the series bigger, we can also confirm that again in the near future, there will be an announcement of at least 1 new sponsor coming on board, and that company has been associated with some of the biggest names and events in British Speedway in recent times.
Also the first event of the 2016 season the Ben Fund Bonanza which will be held in early March, (venue and date to be confirmed), will feature demonstration races from riders signed up for the British Youth Championship.
So with the 2015 season just finished, already plenty to look forward to for the 2016 season
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