2022 Dunlop Masters competitor survey
This form is intended only for completion by current Masters competitors or recent competitors interested in resuming competing.
Information supplied in this form will be used anonymously when compiling the results of the survey.
Name and email information is used only to verify that the response provider is a Dunlop Masters Championship compeititor.
HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THE CHANGES THAT WERE IMPLEMENTED FOR 2022
Reduction of the open pit lane duration from five minutes to three minutes.
The introduction of a two part championship with dropped rounds.
The increased social media presence.
The re-introduction of the championship Livestream.
WHAT DO YOU FEEL, IF ANYTHING, ABOUT THE SUGGESTED CHANGES FOR 2023:
The renaming of pre-Injection 600 to Classic Supersport and permanently combining it with Classic Superbikes.
Reformatting the Twins class into an overall Twins championship, open to Super and Production class machines, while retaining a separate championship for Production class bikes.
The inclusion of Next Gen Supersport machinery into the Supersport class.
Dropping one class from each event to allow a more relaxed timetable, this could either mean the same number of events with a reduction of three rounds per dropped class, or an increase to seven events to give classes the same number of rounds as in previous years, subject to space being available on the calendar.