28th August 2015
The 4th Round of the Mitas British Youth Championship moves to the North West this Sunday afternoon where the Training Track venue of Northside in Workington host this event, at 2pm.
GB Youth Boss Neil Vatcher said, “out of all the venues for the 6 round series, Northside is the track which is the most technical, so even riders of such little experience need to use their heads as the small tight circuit is all about throttle control.
This track is a great venue for this series, as it is a place where you have to use your head, and not all about speed, a great track for learning how to ride a bike.
All the boys and not forgetting 1 girl, are really looking forward to Sunday’s round, as due to the rain off at Rye House in July, the last round was way back on June 7th”.
Jack Parkinson will be aiming to continue his unbeaten run in the 500cc class, and will be going all out to claim his 4th straight victory.
The wide open 250cc class, will be most entertaining, having already had 3 different winners in the first 3 rounds, and all 3 previous winners Kyle Bickley, Tom Brennan and Kean Dicken will be aiming to put a marker down, to try and pull away from the chasing pack as we enter the last 3 rounds.
The support classes of the 150cc and 125cc again have good attendances, and all in all including a final for each class, there will be a feast of speedway with 39 races being run in about 3 hours.
Young Lions Management would like to thank the series sponsors; Mitas Tyres, Wessex Marine, Friends of Speedway, NSSC, PBHS of Barnsley, Duck Smart Cleaning Products, Trend Creative and the BSPA for their continued support of British Youth Speedway.