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‘SuperTwins 25th Anniversary Challenge Cup’.

5th  May, 22nd September, 20th October

‘SuperTwins Challenge Cup’ will be held this year at Santa Pod during Saturday RWYB events. The format will be the same as 2017 with £10 in the pot from each entry with NAST adding £100 and trophies for Winner and Runner-up on the day. This is open to any motorcycle regardless of number of cylinders. However, points at each event for Twin cylinder entries will be carried to the final where, in addition to trophies and additional cash for that day, there will be an overall Winner, Runner-up trophy and an additional prize fund for TWIN CYLINDER ‘BIKES ONLY of £500 Winner and £250 for the Runner-up (and current NAST member – £10 fee, unless you were a member in 2017 then your membership carries over into 2018). As it is the 25th year for N.A.S.T. the event will now be known for 2018 as the ‘SuperTwins 25th Anniversary Challenge Cup’. NOTE: this is open to ANY motorcycle irrespective of number of cylinders etc. and run as ET Bike (but NO ACU licence required as these are RWYB events). The only thing different from 2017 is that we require a name and ‘bike number, (some details for possible commentary) 10 days before the event – details to Robbie Dobbie robbie_superpenguin@hotmail.com  (does not commit you to appear on the day but it is a condition we have to comply with). Entry Form here As it is a RWYB you are free to use the track at any time but must complete at least one qualifier with NAST before you can run in the eliminations. Dates, 5 May, 22 September, 20 October. Overnight camping available if you pre-book (advisable as limited number available at RWYB) and arrive before 5.00 pm Friday (Note: no facilities available so bring sandwiches!) and as all dates are ‘Saturday Night Specials’ (Gates open 8.00, track open 9.30 – 8.00) camping may be available Saturday but you must have a weekend ticket if staying over.  

NOTE: We plan to have eliminations completed by the afternoon, as on a normal race day, so you can make it a one day event.

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