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British Youth & Under 21 Championship changes to five race format

RHL Activities is pleased to announce that for 2019 the Judd KTM British Youth Championship will return to a five-race format, as preferred by many competitors.

The move to the five-race format is a positive step for the youth riders competing in this year’s Judd KTM British Youth Championship. The additional races ensures riders get as much track time as possible, which is especially important as the youngsters progress in their career in the UK motocross scene with the goal of reaching the European and World Championships.

In addition to this positive news for 2019, RHL is also pleased to announce that the ACU have granted permission for the British Open and British Under 21 classes to be run together. With this news from the ACU’s Rugby headquarters, RHL Activities can now confirm that for 2019 the Open and Under 21 classes will be combined into the same motos, giving riders the opportunity (if eligible) to claim two British Championship titles at the end of the season.

RHL Activities is continuing its work into the new year to create a better than ever youth championship for this season, and looks forward to the championship kicking off on March 30th & 31st at Culham MX Park in Oxfordshire.

Words and Photo – RHL Activities

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