Freshdrop BMZRC 250 MZ
The ultimate budget class with a great family friendly paddock. This class may use any tyre treaded or slick and is run in accordance with the BMZRC technical specifications. Much more info on the MZ Racing Club’s own site at www.bmzrc.org.uk.
RKB-F1/BMCRC F1 & F2 Sidecars
If 3-wheels take your fancy and there’re two of you we’ll put you in touch with reps from this class who can help you get started. A unique breed of racers this and the Bemsee paddock is more the richer for them. Significant sponsorship is available from RKBF1 that covers discounted entry fees, depending on what you are running – F1 or F2.
EDIasia BMCRC Formula 400
Sponsored again by EDIasia the F400 class has developed into a superbly competitive class with great camaraderie. Fuel injection systems are not allowed in this class, which uses treaded tyres. There’s a Rookie section in this class and a “stock” sub-64 bhp class.
Team Respro MRO 600
A class that mixes Stock 600’s and Supersport 600 tuned machines competing for a single title.
Features a “600 Clubman Championship” open to Clubmen licence holders only, stock or tuned.
Meeting Format: MRO 600 runs one qualifying session to set the grid for race 1.
The Class has four races over the weekend. Subsequent races grids set according to finishing position in previous race.
Supported by Properly Protected Insurance
The biggest dedicated Minitwin grid in the UK! Predominantly the Suzuki SV650. 15 yr olds will need an ACU Clubman Licence, 14yrs on a National Licence.
Rookies will run separately on a shared grid with Thunderbike Sport.
This class must use Road Legal tyres except when a wet race has been declared.
Open to all 1000cc bikes*, Stock or Tuned competing for a single title.
Features a “MRO Clubman 1000 Cup” open to Clubmen licence holders only, stock or tuned. *Whilst the phrase "1000" is being used - both these classes will run with "Open rules".
Clubman will only score in their Championship. Meeting Format: MRO 1000 runs one qualifying session to set the grid for race 1. The Class has one longer race on Saturday and two races on Sunday. Subsequent races grids set according to fastest lap scored in previous race.
Team Green Junior Cup/Senior 300 Series
Series for 13-18 yr olds on the Kawasaki Ninja 300 twin, 4-stroke.
Special package available via Kawasaki, sealed engines, over 9 rounds. Novice, Clubman or National licence holders’ eligible.
Pirelli controlled tyre. Ninja 250’s from 2012/3 also eligible, some available second hand….
Interested riders/parents teams should email the Bemsee office ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) to register interest in order to receive a 2017 Series information pack when available.
CONTINUED FOR 2017: Senior 300 Series
So many riders (and Dads) said they’d love to race the kid’s 300 bike – now’s your chance
Identical package to the Juniors, buy a bike and race! Will run alongside the Junior grid.
Contact email@example.com to get things moving.
BMCRC Rookie 600 & Rookie 1000 Open
This class is where many start their careers. All riders will be first year novice licence holders. The bikes run to Open for 1000 and Supersport 600 rules, this means you can run a tuned or stock bike. It’s trackcraft you’ll be learning as in the hands of a talented rider any bike can go quick.
here are separate Rookie 600 and Rookie 1000 championships either running in the same grid or separated at our bigger meetings. Eligibility for MRO 600 or MRO 1000 may be considered later in the season based on your progress.
BMCRC Thunderbike Sport & Thunderbike Extreme
Supported by Steve Jordan Motorcycles
The only Power to Weight Ratio series in the UK…
A power to weight ratio restriction applies here covering Singles, twins, triples & fours which are all eligible for this class. You may use any tyre, treaded or slick. Technical Regs for 2016 are below. This class includes a Thunderbike Extreme section too with a slightly higher P-W ratio.
2016 Thunderbike Regulations (check back for any 2017 changes later)
The level of entries in this class will mean separate grids for Extreme in 2017, with Sport sharing their grid with Rookie Minitwins.
See Thunderbikes Website for full details.
DFDS Seaways Yamaha Past Masters
Budget racing on the great Yamaha LC, TZR and YPVS bikes of the 80’s and early 90’s. The YPM class has developed into a special group in the Bemsee paddock. This class uses treaded tyres. Trophies for Clubman and Rookie sections on the Saturday races.
Will run alongside in 2017:
Bemsee "Blue Haze" GP
BHGP is an Open two stroke class that caters for all 2 stroke race bikes, whether it be a GP bike or road converted bike this dedicated 2-stroke class is the grid of choice. Blue haze GP has 3 subclasses Yamaha Past Masters – Regulations as per YPMRC 2017 GP Class – Open, any GP based machine Road Based – Open, any race converted road bike