The very first UK Masters Mini Bike Racing Championship will take place at Nutts Corner Circuit in Northern Ireland over two days. 22nd & 23rd June 2013
This event is set to host the biggest show of top minibike racers from all over the world. The event will consist of the following classes.

Junior 4.2
Senior 4.2
Senior Mini GP
Junior Production
Senior Pitbike
Senior Production
Junior Mini GP
Senior Open / Supers

Rules and regs are available here
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Entry must be made by clicking the following link or visiting www.mmrc.net before 31st May 2013 so get your entry in and don’t miss out.
The cost per person is £85 and you can ride as many classes as you wish. Payment will be collected at the circuit on Friday 21st June between 3 & 6pm.


Event Details

Entries must be made via www.mmrci.net before 31st May 2013
Sign on and scuitineering for the event will take place on Friday 21st June at the circuit between 3 and 6pm. Practice may be available depending on the circuit requirements. It will be at the discretion of the circuit as to what the cost may be for practice.

Saturday 22nd June: Track time 9am till 2pm
Practice will start at 9am sharp and run as follows in 10min sessions-
Junior MiniMoto (4.2 & Production)
Senior MiniMoto (4,2, Production & Open)
Junior Mini Gp
Senior Pitbike
Senior Mini GP

Qualifying will start straight after practice and run as follows in sessions of 5 laps-
Junior 4.2
Senior 4.2
Senior Mini GP
Junior Production
Senior Pitbike
Senior Production
Junior Mini GP
Senior Open / Supers
Qualifying times will determine grid positions for race 1, 2 & 3

Race 1 and race 2 will run straight after qualifying in the same order over 5 laps.




Sunday 23rd June: Track time 10am – 3pm
10am - Morning warm up will run in the same order as Saturdays practice
Race 3 will run straight after warm up in the same order as Saturday racing.

THE SHOWDOWN
Grid positions for race 4 & 5 will be determined on the rider’s fastest lap from race 3.
Race 4 & 5 will run straight after race 3 in the same order but will be over seven laps.

Points are awarded per race as follows; 1st = 25 pts, 2nd = 20 pts, 3rd = 16 pts, 4th = 13 pts, 5th = 11 pts, 6th = 10 pts, 7th = 9Pts, 8th = 8 pts, 9th = 7 pts, 10th = 6 pts, 11th = 5 pts, 12th = 4 pts, 13th = 3 pts, 14th = 2 pts & 15th = 1 pts.
The points will be entered into a championship table. After race 3 the top six riders in the table will be put onto a level number of 100 points, then extra points from 5 to 0 will be added depending on what position they were in the table. For example the rider who was first will be set at 105 points and the rider who was second will get 104 points etc. The showdown will then be held over races four and five. Points from races four and five will then be added as normal. If riders are joint on points at the end of the championship, the rider with the more race wins will be granted the higher position.

5pm – The presentation Of the UK Masters Champions.
Trophies will be awarded to the top three riders in each class.

*The running order may change once all entries have been received, some classes may run together to allow for an extra race, final details will be available two weeks prior to the event*