Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship Junior Classes supported by;
The Junior categories at the Masters Superbike Championship consist of four different types of Motorcycle, racing in two separate championships supported by DM Groundworks and FJS Plant.
The two separate championships will race in the same races with separate awards for each class.
For Machines as listed in, and complying to, MCUI Supersport 300 Technical Regulations.
For bikes complying with MCUI Technical Regulations for the following classes.
Tianda 300 – Tianda TDR300 one make class.
Young Guns – 125cc 2 stroke single cylinder production bikes.
Junior Cup – 4 stroke production machines as listed in the MCUI class regulations.
Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd & 3rd in each class at each event.
END OF SEASON AWARDS
A trophy and €750 will go to 1st overall in each class championship
A trophy and €500 will go to 2nd overall in each championship.
A trophy and €250 will go to 3rd overall in each class.
ALL DATES RUN AT MONDELLO PARK
May 8th – Testing – National Track
May 22 – Testing – International Track
June 14th – Testing – International Track
Jun 26/27 – Rounds 1-3 – International Track
Jul 24/25 – Rounds 4-6 – National Track
Aug 28/29 – Rounds 7-9 – International Track
Sep 25/26 – Rounds 10-12 – National Track
Oct 9/10 – Rounds 13-15 – National Track
For a printable copy of the complete Masters Championship Points CLICK HERE.
2021 Junior Supersport Championship Positions
2021 Moto1 Championship Positions
Riders in the Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship Junior classes will have a new incentive to perform at their best during 2021, as for the first time the championship for young novice racers will have a substantial end of season prize fund, thanks to two new sponsors.
Current Masters Superbike racer Declan Madden of DM Groundworks and former Masters Superbike Cup Champion Frank Smyth, of FJS Plant, will join forces this season to support Irish Motorcycle Racing’s stars of the future. The two race enthusiasts will jointly provide backing for the series to the tune of €3,000, with €1,500 split between the top three in each category at the end of the year.
DM Groundworks, based in Meath, have provided Groundworks and site clearance services to the Irish construction Industry for more than twenty years, operating a fleet of modern high spec machinery suitable for any size project. Located in Kildare, FJS Plant specialise in sales, repairs and spare parts, for all plant and are agents for a number of top machinery brands, including Kubota and Liugong.
Having returned to racing in 2019 following a couple of years away, Declan Madden decided that he wanted to put something back into the sport through sponsorship. Following discussions during the shortened 2020 season a plan to direct support towards young racers was put together and in early 2021 Declan was joined by former Masters competitor Frank Smyth. Once the championship was certain to begin In June a decision was made to back the Junior Championships with an end of season prize fund and that has now become a reality with the announcement of the 2021 awards.
Speaking about their backing of the Masters Junior competitors Declan commented. “I was enjoying my return to the sport and felt that I wanted to put something back into the championship, so I spoke with the series promoters to see what could be done. Following our discussions we decided that backing for the Junior classes, through an end of season prize fund, was the best way to go, and I’m looking forward now to seeing the results.”
“Declan told me what he was planning and it was something I’d been thinking of too, so I decided to join him.” explained Frank. “FJS continue to back Kevin Keyes, who has raced successfully in the UK for number of years, but we wanted to back the next generation too, so joining forces with Declan and the Masters was a great fit for us. The end of season prize fund is the best way to reward the young racers for their efforts and we hope that our financial contribution can help to further the careers of the riders who come out on top”.
The Junior Supersport and Moto1 Championships will run over fifteen races at the five 2021 Masters events and at the end of the year the top three in each class will receive €750, €500 and €250 respectively. To follow the championships progress, see the Junior Classes section of the Masters Superbike Championship website, www.masterssuperbike.ie.
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