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Triumph Triple Challenge Entries Open for 2014! 24/10/2013

The Triumph Triple Challenge (TTC) has now been confirmed for 2014 with more great racing than ever before!  2013 saw the TTC’s most competitive season with thirty five riders on the grid and new lap records at virtually every circuit visited on the BSB calendar, together with Ace Cafe London providing team hospitality throughout the season.

In what will be its eighth year, the TTC continues to offer the best all round value introduction to British Championship racing.  Its unrivalled parts support, loan bikes, tailored payment plan, television coverages and fantastic prizes, all come together with a friendly paddock and super competitive racing.

This year we’re adding two races to the calendar and a one off guest event, meaning you get more visibility, more races and even more chances to win.  2014 will also see the continuation of the highly successful Cup class enabling our newcomers to prove their racing talent despite having never ridden at BSB before.

With competitors riding both the latest Daytona 675’s the series is also open to all models of the 675 right back to 2009, if you think you would be disadvantaged on the older bike then think again. Tom Ward stuck his 2011 675 on pole position at Cadwell Park earlier this year.

2013 has seen Chrissy Rouse, selected by Triumph UK in 2011 as their Triumph Young Gun, go on to win the championship by an astonishing 71 points. He will now claim first prize in the Championship and move up to Superstock 600 or British Supersport with the T3 Racing team.  Last year’s winner Rob Guiver went on to race for the Ace Cafe T3 Racing team in the Motorpoint British Supersport and he’s currently leading the 2013 Supersport Cup Championship.

Tony Scott, director of the series, said: “The focus for us has always been the rider and giving them the best experience we can based on why they’re here. Some come to win; some come to take part, either way the TTC has never failed to deliver great racing and a competitive spirit.”

MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship Series Director said: “It is great to see the Triumph Triple Challenge continue as it is clearly established as a series for developing riders and giving them the platform to progress. It has been proven to be a gateway for upcoming riders to move onto the next stage and it is great to see that it continues to produce a truly international line up.”

Mark Wilsmore, MD of Ace Cafe London said: "All at the Ace have thoroughly enjoyed the racing, it's been an exciting year and now we are looking forward to the 2014 season."

For more information about the 2014 season head to the Triumph Triple Challenge website ( and click join.

For more information please contact Becca Chaplin on or 07877107243.

About the Triumph Triple Challenge

The Triumph Triple Challenge (TTC) is currently in its seventh year as a one make championship at British Superbikes. There are thirty-five riders from around the world competing all on Triumph Daytona 675 motorcycles at the nine rounds.

Because every bike is the same with only slight alterations to the setup allowed, the focus is on the rider. It also makes the racing highly competitive. The grid is split into two classes; every rider competes in the championship but will also be entered in the Cup class if they meet the following criteria:

• You will have not scored more than 5 points in any British Championship class in any given season (including sub classes).

• You will have not finished in the top three of any previous BSB support class (including sub classes).

• You will have not finished in the top three of the main TTC Championshipr class of the TTC in any given season.

• You will have not finished in the top 10 of any National class outside of The UK.

The TTC aim is to help riders develop their skills at a competitive level and enable them to progress up to British Supersport or even British Superbikes. The TTC champion wins a ride with the T3 Racing team the following season whilst and the top three Cup class winners collect tyre prizes.

About T3 Racing

T3 Racing is the Official Race Parts distributor for Triumph Motorcycles UK. Their aim is to be the first choice for Triumph parts and technical knowledge worldwide. They are best known for being the organisers of the Triumph Triple Challenge race series and running the Ace Cafe T3 Racing Motorpoint British Supersport team.

T3 racing was appointed this prestigious role by Triumph in early 2012 supplying all of Triumph's race and original equipment parts to all those supporting the brand at a racing level in the UK. This position was given on the basis of the unrivalled stock levels and unsurpassed knowledge of the Daytona 675.

T3 Racing won the British Supersport Cup Championship at their first attempt, with the backing of a first class team and rider and have gone on to do the same again in 2013.

About Triumph

First established in 1902 and now based in Hinckley, Leicestershire, Triumph Motorcycles is one of the most iconic motorcycle brands in the world. At the heart of Triumph’s philosophy is a commitment to develop truly unique motorcycles that offer a blend of distinctive design, intuitive handling and performance.

The innovation and engineering passion that gave birth to the iconic Bonneville of the 60s has today created a broad range of bikes suited to all motorcycle riders, ranging from Classics to Supersport, Cruisers to Adventure machines and including the striking 2.3 litre Rocket III, the unmistakable Speed Triple and the award winning Daytona 675. Triumph’s global market share now stands at 5.9 per cent in the +500cc segment with the brand #1 in the UK market, with a share of 20 per cent.

With an impressive product portfolio in place, including the brand new Tiger Explorer and Speed Triple R, and a strong ongoing model development programme Triumph is to continue to enhance its status in the market.

Triumph currently sells around 50,000 bikes per year through a global network of around 700 dealers. The company employs around seventeen hundred personnel worldwide and has offices in the UK, America, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland and Benelux, plus a network of independent distributors. Triumph has state-of the art manufacturing facilities both in Hinckley, Leicestershire, UK and Thailand.

About MotorSport Vision Racing

MotorSport Vision Racing (MSVR) is the racing division of MSV, owner and operator of four of the UK's best racing circuits - Brands Hatch, Oulton Park, Snetterton 300 and Cadwell Park.

MSVR is committed to providing the highest levels of efficiency, value and enjoyment for its competitors.

Having run its first meeting in March 2006, MSVR has successfully organised prestigious international events such as DTM, FIA Formula Two and International GT Open in addition to a number of club-level events, and is still the fastest growing race meeting organiser in the country. It will also organise the new BRDC Formula 4 Championship which will launch in 2013.

MSVR's portfolio of race series expanded for 2008 to include the organisation of the British Superbike Championship, the worlds premier national bike championship.

MSVR continued to organise the British Superbike Championship in 2009 as well as the Formula Palmer Audi Championship, the Lotus on Track Elise Trophy, the SPEED series and the GT Cup. The Production BMW Championship and Toyo Tires Racing Saloons also joined MSVR in 2009.

About Triumph Young Guns

Triumph Motorcycles UK run the Triumph Young Guns scheme where the prize is a ride in the Triumph Triple Challenge. The scheme produced Chrissy Rouse, this year’s TTC championship leader who also came third as a wildcard in Superstock 600 at Snetterton and Tom Oliver (currently ninth overall in the TTC and 5th in the cup class). It is open to all amateur ACU-licenced riders ages 15 to 20.

Ten riders from across the UK are selected and for a number of tailored training sessions by key industry figures concentrating on the core skills needed to succeed including personal fitness, racecraft, bike set up/development and marketing/promotion.

Following the sessions, the ten riders are assessed by a panel of judges who whittle them down to just three finalists. The three then go head to head on track for the chance to win a factory supported ride within the Triumph Triple Challenge.