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Triumph to display its racing collection at Donington Park BSB

Not only that, Triumph owners get the chance to lap the hallowed circuit and park in a dedicated Triumph Owners' Only bike park

Triumph Daytona 600.

GET up close and personal to some of the greatest bikes from the race track, as Triumph showcases its racing heritage at the Donington round of the British Superbikes Championship.

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The display will be taking place this weekend at the Leicestershire circuit and will be featuring many of the bikes that helped Triumph to make its racing return in 2003 under the guise of the Valmoto team.

Valmoto entered the then 600cc Daytona in the ultra-competitive British Supersport Championship, with Jim Moodie and Craig Jones behind the bars. The team ended the season on a high, with a podium for Jones on the patriotic Daytona 600 at Donington.

Fast forward to 2021 and the Dynavolt Triumph-backed team are flying the flag, with a specially constructed Street Triple 765 RS run by Simon Buckmaster and the PTR team. The Dynavolt Triumph team head into this weekend off the back of victory in the Quattro Group British Supersport Championship race last time out at Thruxton, as Kyle Smith holds third place in the overall standings and Brandon Paasch targets his first top three finish. Fans can meet the riders on Sunday at the Triumph display, located in the paddock from 11.30 - 11.45am.

The display will feature the latest technology and Heritage, courtesy of long-time Triumph collector, Dick Shepherd. Meanwhile, on track, Triumph owners have the opportunity to ride their bikes around a lap of the circuit on Sunday and park in a dedicated Triumph owners’ exclusive bike park.

Fans can meet the riders on Sunday at the Triumph display, located in the paddock from 11.30 - 11.45am.