KTM to run one make junior series

Eight rounds at WSBK events

Posted: 25 January 2012
by Visordown News

KTM are backing a one make series to run alongside select European WSBK races. Details aren't yet fully finalised but the series will use the recently launched single-cylinder, 72bhp, Duke 690.

The series will pitch 14 to 19 year-olds together on strictly controlled, identical machines. The eight round championship replaces the Kawasaki Ninja 250 Cup. It has not yet been decided whether a rider and bike weight penalty will be enforced.

More information as it breaks...

Provisional 2012 KTM European Junior Cup Dates

  • Pre-season training Cartagena, Spain. March 19-21
  • Holland, Assen – April 22
  • Italy, Monza – May 6
  • Italy, Misano – June 10
  • Spain, Aragon – July 1
  • Czech Republic, Brno – July 22
  • United Kingdom, Silverstone – August 5
  • Germany, Nurburgring – September 9
  • France, Magny Cours – October 7

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Might be enough to tempt me to Silverstone this year

Posted: 29/01/2012 at 00:32

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