The Roland Sands Design team behind the SuperHooligan National Championship (SHNC) have never allowed their series to be constrained by being a dirt track series. They race on asphalt car parks, on dirt, ovals, TTs, indoors, outdoors. For 2021, they've mixed it up again and devised the Quattro, with a nod to America's original Grand National Championship, that was contested on dirt and road race circuits.
This is how they describe it:
The plan: 4 races, 4 disciplines (Road Race, TT, Short Track, and Half Mile), the same bike must be used at all races to be eligible for the Championship. All races will be professionally live-streamed. Preliminary Schedule, TBD as noted SHGNC @Moto America (Road race ): July 9-11: Laguna Seca – Monterey, CA SHGNC @ TBD (TT): TBD, August SHGNC @ SoCal (Short Track) :September 11-12 SHGNC @ AFT (Dirt ½ Mile): Oct 8 – Charlotte Half-Mile – Charlotte Motor Speedway, Concord, NC Rule modifications: Twins Only in any configuration Same bike (frame and motor #) must be used in all races to be eligible for the Championship and prizes. Since the Road race is the first event, here are the basics of the rule mods for Road Racing (Formal rules to follow):
Riders will need to be approved by SHNC. Riders will need to participate in at least three road races to be completed before eligibility for SHGNC at Laguna.
Some existing bikes that race in SHNC will be eligible with modifications
Bikes will need to be outfitted for road racing, as listed below.
Dual Disc Brakes
Safety wire and various safety measures as specified by Moto America.
No glass allowed must be taped or removed.
Super Hooligan number plates on front and sides of bike
Recommended 52 degrees of lean angle
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