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Welcome to Round 5 of the Thor British Youth National Championship
Landrake plays host to round 5 of the 2017 Thor British Youth National Championship on the weekend of 19th & 20th August.
Landrake Moto Parc was founded in 1995 and is set in 25 acres of beautiful Cornish countryside, with the track taking approximately half of the site - the rest for paddock area and spectator parking.
The track is 1900km long and is a minimum of 10 metres wide with some sections 15 metres wide and sits in a valley with trees on one side.
With features such as a whoop section, raised berms, ski-ramps, step-downs and step-ups, and a laptime of over two minutes, exhilarating racing is ensured.
40 GP-standard start gates lead you to a 110 metre start straight, turning out into a wide downhill and then a chicane - followed by a very popular feature with
spectators immediately in front of the pits - a table-top suitable for laying down some whips and scrubs, with a 100 foot tabletop right after!
All this with superb viewing for specatators.
Whilst the track is fast and flowing, it’s a very technical track, with some “old-school” features such as adverse cambers and natural terrain, combined with
some man-made jumps, along with a rythm section to add to the excitement for riders and spectators alike. So, riders need sublime skills to get a winning lap
The track can be found with postcode PL12 5EP near Saltash
Becoming a member of the Thor British Youth Nationals
* The honour of racing alongside some of the country’s best racers
* The Official ACU British Youth Nationals Race Card
* Rider Goody Bag at every round
* RHL Loyalty Card
* Monthly discounted offers at Hockey Group Off Road Store
NUMBER BOARDS & REGULATIONS
Download 2017 Championship Regulations by clicking here
ACU National Sporting Code - www.acu.org.uk Regulation 2.4
The Number Board Regulation 2.4
MUST be RED for all classes and it must have the compulsory Thor British Youth National Championship Design and Logo’s, on it, as follows:
Electronic format of these logos can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
They are also available off the website www.rhlactivities.com
Any registered rider who turns up to Technical Control without the regulatory number boards affixed to their bike will not be allowed to compete that weekend
2017 Calendar Dates and venues
|Round 1 - 18/19th March 2017||Culham, |
|Round 2 - 15/16th April 2017||TBC|
|Round 3 - 20/21st May 2017||Desert Martin |
|Round 4 - 24/25th June 2017||Duns |
|Round 5 - 19/20th August 2017||Landrake |
|Round 6 - 2/3rd September 2017||Pontrilas |
Marketing and Promotion
Over the course of the series, we will have our on-site media team taking pictures and doing interviews with the all of the riders. By signing up to the series you are authorising RHL to use these images in future promotions.Press
Media and Press please apply a minimum of 10 working days before the event - download the Media Accreditation form here
If you are interested in trading at our event please click here
The spaces are allocated in a first come first served basis, so get your forms in fast.