If you’re going to be competing in the NETT Championship Class this season, this is definitely for you…
This year all 10 rounds count – five double headers.
Unlike previous years, you will race and score NETT Championship points on the Sundays that the British Championship is with us, i.e. at Duns on Sunday 1st May and Dean Moor on Sunday 29th May.
There are three races on those two Sundays but only your best two scores count towards the NETT Championship.
Those Sunday motos are slightly longer than normal – 20 mins plus two laps rather than 15 mins plus one lap. So, for NETT points, you have the choice to sit one out if you wish, and even if you do all three, only your best two scores will count toward the NETT Championship.
Remember to join the NETT club ahead of the first round. You can do this on https://www.nettquad.co.uk/membership either by following the ACU link or downloading and completing the membership form.
As a registered NETT Championship rider, you are automatically registered in the British Championship too, so you won’t see a separate NETT Championship class when you go online to enter these rounds.
You can choose to enter either the Overall British Championship or the National Expert Championship. The latter excludes any rider who has finished in the top ten overall British Championship last year.
All three motos count for these championships.
Please be sure to familiarise yourself with both the NETT Championship and the British Championship regulations ahead of the first round. They are also on our website.
We are all looking forward to a great season of racing and wish you every success.