24th July 2016
Young Lions Management can now confirm that the One Off British 150cc Final will be held at Rye House on Sunday 11th September prior to their National League Fixture versus King’s Lynn.
Neil Vatcher said, “Rye House is the perfect place to host this final, as not only a great venue for this class of bikes that produce some fantastic racing at the Mitas British Youth Championship round just a few weeks ago, but also the majority of the riders that complete in this class are based around the London area.
It is expected to consist of approximately 7 or 8 riders, so depending on the amount of entries the format with be about 8 or 9 races which will also consist of a winner takes all 1 race Final.
Nathan Ablitt who is yet to lose a race in the entire Youth Championship series thus far will surely go in to the Final as red hot favourite, but due to the format of a winner takes all final, then it is anyone’s guess”.
Young Lions would like to thank the Rye House promotion for agreeing to host the event, and the BSPA for their continued support.
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