16th October 2019
The 2019 CFS British Youth Championship series comes to an end on Sunday afternoon when Wolverhampton will be hosting the 7th and final round.
Belle Vue Colts 15 year old sensation Jordan Palin has already amassed enough points to claim the British 500cc Title, although the race for both the Runners Up and Third place positions are up for grabs in this class.
Both Archie Freeman who currently has 47 points and Alex Goldsborough on 45 points with a rostrum place finish on Sunday can overtake the two riders who are currently holding the 2nd and 3rd positions which is Joe Thompson on 62 points and Dan Thompson on 58.
In the 250cc class Sam Hagon just needs to complete his first heat to claim the 250cc British Title, but again the race is on for the rostrum place positions with both Archie Wareham and Sam McGurk both currently on 58 points.
Britain’s newest British Champion Luke Harrison who won his title at Redcar last Friday competes in the 125cc class as well as Ace Pijper and Max James who were 2nd and 3rd in last weeks British 125cc Final.
There will be a total of 25 races across the three classes, which includes a winner takes all final in each class. After the event, there will be presentations for both the meetings top three in each class, and also to the top three in the 2019 series for the 500cc and 250cc classes.
The Young Lions Management would like to thank their series sponsors for their support in 2019 –
Complete Filtration Solutions, Nuneaton Speedway Supporters Club, Wessex Marine, Friends of Speedway, Meridian Lifts, Rentruck of Rochdale, Koz Klassics, Emma Rothery and KanDysoft Solutions.
Also Young Lions appreciation to the Promotions of Belle Vue, Ipswich, Kings Lynn, Peterborough, Glasgow, Swindon and Wolverhampton for hosting a Youth Championship Round in 2019, and the Bspa for their continued support.