News 2011 Honda NSF100 Cup: Spots Available

2011 Honda NSF100 Cup: Spots Available

Honda NSF100 Cup

The 2011 Honda NSF100 Cup will be held at Juvaincourt International circuit in France this weekend (Aug. 5-7) and a limited number of places are still available.

More than 20 young riders aged between 10 and 13 are converging on the French circuit, coming from all over Europe as well as other from countries currently running NSF100 championships, such as South Africa.

The series is named after the Honda NSF100, a small racing machine manufactured by HRC (Honda Racing Corporation), which has been designed as the perfect tool to introduce younger riders to road racing. Each competing rider in the 2011 Honda NSF100 Cup will receive a special commemorative gift from HRC in Japan.

The weekend’s racing at Juvaincourt is intended to introduce riders from each country to an international level of motorcycle racing, with a view to finding the racing champions of the future.

Vincenzo Mazzi (UEM President) says: "This is a wonderful opportunity to bring young riders from around Europe together to experience international racing at an early age. The UEM is very pleased to work together with Honda on this project and give the opportunity to young riders to compete at international level."

"The Honda NSF100 Cup underlines the commitment of both the UEM and Honda to developing racing talent for generations to come and I am sure the championship will an important gateway for motorcycle champions of the future."

Any young riders seeking a late entry into next weekend’s event are advised immediately to send an email to sonja@persracing.com, who will return the required entry forms.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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