Pogoń Trophy & Endurance
Pogoń Trophy and Endurance is a racing series dedicated for amateur motorcycle sports riders. Easily accessible, with little restrictions and safe at the same time this championship is a perfect playground for nonprofessional motorcycle enthusiasts. Pogoń Trophy and Endurance has no license requirements and is open to everyone!
Pogoń Trophy and Endurance Championship will be held within CR Moto track day events and there will be no additional fees applied for race participants. Pogoń Trophy and Endurance races will take place at the end of CR Moto Track Day. Races are not mandatory therefore you don’t have to race if you don’t want to.
First race will be dedicated for more experienced and faster riders. They will compete in two classes – 600 cc and 1000cc. Also they will get points and will be classified in the overall Pogoń Trophy Championship standings.
SSP300 class is open for motorcycles with engine capacity less than 400 cc (regardless of the quantity of cylinders)
SSP600 cc class is open for motorcycles which have:
4 cylinder engines with capacity up to 636 cc;
3 cylinder engines with capacity up to 675 cc;
2 cylinder engines with capacity up to 848 cc.
SBK1000 cc class is open for motorcycles which have:
4 cylinder engines with capacity above 636 cc;
3 cylinder engines with capacity above 675 cc;
2 cylinder engines with capacity above 848 cc.
Second race will be dedicated for less experienced and slower riders who will compete in open class where winners also will be devided into SBK and SSP class. This class won‘t have overall clasification. Separate race for SSP300 will be aranged if if there will be more than 10 participants in this class.
This racing serie is dedicated for amateur riders but in some cases by decision of the organizers rookie 600 and rookie 1000 license holders may be allowed to enter the race. Rookie class racers will be rewarded in case they win podium position but they will not be granted any points in the championship and will not be listed in the overall standings. Superbike, supersport, superstock and Rookie license holders will be allowed to race and they will have separate awards, but they will not participate in Pogoń Trophy classification.
Races are open for all motorcycle riders (national license holders and amateur riders without license) who at the race day are at least 18 years old and younger riders who provide written consent of parents. During each event race organizer or his representative person will decide whether all participants are properly prepared for the race.
Each team must consist of 2, 3 or 4 members. Each team member can use his own bike or all team members can use one bike. Each team shall nominate its representative person for communication with the organizer. During the season each team may have max 6 riders.
Pro Sport class
Open to the teams who have at least one rider with A or B category license issued by national motorcycle sports federation of any country and who use bikes with engine size from 600 cc to 1300 cc.
Hobby Sport class
Open to the teams who have amateur riders without any sport license or with C license issued by national motorcycle sports federation of any country and who use sport bikes with full body fairings and engine size from 600 cc to 1300 cc.
Hobby Street class
Open to the teams who have amateur riders without any sport license or with C license issued by national motorcycle sports federation of any country and who use street class bikes with engine size from 500 cc to 1300 cc or sport class bikes with engine size up to 500 cc.
Important note: if a rider during the practice sessions (Track Day) is riding in the fastest A group, then he and his team will be automatically assigned to Pro Sport class, regardless of the bike type and having or not having license. If during the day rider is floating through the different groups, then race direction will decide which class such rider and his team should be assigned to. Race direction’s decision will be final and not a subject to any appeals.
If team consists of riders from the different classes and/or if team members use bikes of a different class, then team shall compete in the higher class.
Full Endurance regulations may be found here.