Tuesday, 5 March 2013

Dirt Quake II News

Plenty going on behind the scenes regarding Dirt Quake II.

Some great companies have come onboard to sponsor: Davida, Biltwell, Racefit, Krazy Horse Customs, Old Empire Motorcycles, Venhill, Triple H Motorcycles and El Solitario.

El Solitario, the crazed Spanish sophisticates, infamous across at least three continents, are building a Ducati-based machine, Petardo (firecracker or explosive in Spanish), to compete on. 

If you want details on how to sponsor, please get in touch. 

We're able to offer camping on the Saturday night. There will be a small extra charge. 
More details to follow.

Lots of people are asking about entering, which is great news. We're working with the UK flat track organisers, the DTRA, to offer a really smooth sign up, which, we hope will all be possible online. The DTRA are going to test the new system with entries for their first race of the year, in Mid-April, also at King's Lynn, then we'll open DQII entries, around mid-April, still 7-8 weeks before the event.
Entry fees are yet to be confirmed. Everyone without an MCF race licence will need a day licence (costing £10). More details to follow.
The classes are the same as last year. 

Bike must be road legal, with lights (taped up) and registration plate.
Road legal street tracker or street scrambler (subject to approval by us). Registration plate and working tail light.
It’s got to be a chopper, bobber or custom, baby. Doesn’t have to be road legal, but must look like a chopper. Hardtails and softtails accepted. Stock looking factory customs should be in Inappropriate Road Bike class. Look below for some of last year's chopper grid.

All bikes in all classes MUST have front sprocket covered.

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