With new rules and regs in play, Triumph have announced that they’ll officially be back in the Quattro Group British Supersport Championship for 2021, and beyond…
But how is this possible, we hear you ask? Well thanks to a shake-up of rules from both MSVR and the FIM (you can check it out here), the Supersport class is set to evolve on both the national and world stage, allowing the 765cc triple engine from Triumph in, among other machinery – including Ducati’s Panigale V2.
Their official statement says that: “Following on from the recent announcement by British Superbike organisers MSVR and FIM World Supersport organisers DWO about the future evolution of the Supersport class, Triumph Motorcycles will have a Factory supported race team in the 2021 Quattro Group British Supersport Championship.”
“This exciting development marks the official return of Triumph into the British racing scene with a Factory supported team and the beginning of an even wider racing presence in 2022 and beyond. Further details will be announced within the next two weeks.”
We can’t wait to hear and see what they’ve gone lined up!
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