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2012 Triumph Triple Challenge calendar unveiled

Next season's Triumph Triple Challenge is set to be the biggest yet with 18 races taking place over nine British Superbike rounds, starting with the series opener at Brands Hatch over the Easter weekend.

Backed by the Triumph factory and run by T3 Racing in conjunction with MotorSport Vision Racing (MSVR), the TTC continues to build its reputation as the most competitive one-make series in the UK and a key proving ground for the UK’s motorsport riders of tomorrow. It’s also extremely cost effective, with a fully TTC liveried and race prepared Triumph Daytona 675, plus entry fees to all nine rounds, for just £13,332, plus VAT.



With television coverage confirmed for all nine rounds of the series as part of British Eurosport’s extensive BSB broadcasts the Triumph Triple Challenge provides aspiring riders with great exposure and the right level of track experience to graduate into supersport racing. Indeed, this year’s Champion, Luke Jones was offered the opportunity to ride for HM Plant in 2011 on one of the team’s Superstock 1000 machines on the strength of his performance in the TTC.


All entrants compete on race tuned Daytona 675s, so a truly level playing field, and all can also take advantage of a unique package of ongoing mentoring and training provided jointly by Triumph and T3 Racing.  The Triumph Triple Challenge Academy is a key element of the series with training sessions on race craft, diet and fitness, handling the media and sports psychology – all important considerations for any rider serious about their future career in motorsports.

2012 schedule:

April 6 - 9: Brands Hatch Indy

April 13 - 15: Thruxton

May 25 - 27: Snetterton 300

July 6 - 8: Oulton Park

July 20 - 22:  Brands Hatch Indy/GP


August 25 -27: Cadwell Park

September 7 - 19: Donington Park GP

September 28 - 29: Silverstone GP

October 12 - 14: Brands Hatch GP

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