18th September 2015
At the 2nd attempt the 2015 Mitas British Youth Championship heads to Rye House on Sunday Afternoon for what is now Round 5 of this seasons series, after the previous round at Rye House got rained off at the end of July.
As with every round so far this season, yet another great attendance of riders, with 40 riders competing over the 4 classes, which means including a final for each class 44 races in total.
In this 6 round series, round 6 is at Northside on the 26th September, 2 riders can be crowned British Champion this coming Sunday as Jack Parkinson who has won every round of the 500cc to date needs a 3rd in the final to be confirmed Champion, and Tom Brennan in the 250cc needs a 2nd place in his final to be confirm British Champion.
There are still plenty to race for not only the 2 British Titles, but also for the final rostrum places in both classes, as there are still a number of riders vying for the silver and bronze medals in both classes.
As well as the British Championships, the 2 support classes of 150cc and 125cc will also be great to watch, as the small Rye House venue is an ideal track for these small machines to race at.
The action all starts at 5pm.
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