Superstock 600 confirms the age limit at 22 years

The UEM (European Motorcycle Union) has been renamed FIM Europe has announced that for the Superstock 600 Championship accompanying World Superbike and Supersport for European circuits when it comes to innovations for the 2013 season.

Superstock 600

In this next edition of the maximum age to participate in STK600 be 22 years hence participate riders born between January 1, 1991 and March 29, 1998.

So many young riders in this championship preSBK have a good opportunity to get experience and adaptation to these championships, definitely a good springboard to go step by step to the Superbikes.

For the start of next season European Superstock 600 will be in the circuit Motorland Aragon, the first meeting of the season for the teams and drivers in this championship, so in April we will see them in action at the Spanish track together to Superbike and Supersport.

It’s not easy to get a place on the Championship, there is much struggle and competition, and teams are increasingly prepared, but by 2013 we will have surprises, there is no clear favorite for each year of updates and new drivers get their way through the veterans.

Interesting STK600 formulas but leaves out of his range of participants to many pilots, but also gives the opportunity to young people to qualify for a good position, bike and equipment.

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