Racing

    The Daytona 675R is the perfect championship winning Supersport machine and has been used in the British Supersport Championship since 2006.

    For 2014, the Daytona 675R will be raced in British Supersport, National Superstock 600 and in the one-make Triumph Triple Challenge.

    Find out more about our factory Supersport team (Smiths Triumph) and other supported teams below.

    Racing your own Daytona?
    We offer a range of Triumph Genuine Race Parts & Kits to enhance your Daytona for track use – contact T3 Racing (01732 886505) for more information on specific parts.

    We also run a Racing Support Scheme for accredited ACU licence holders , which is operated by T3 Racing, the brains behind the Triumph Triple Challenge. For more details and to apply for support during the 2014 season contact T3 Racing on 01732 886505.

    Motorpoint British Supersport

    The Motorpoint British Supersport Championship is the leading support series to the British Superbike Championship (BSB) and follows every round on the BSB calendar.

    The highly competitive race series is based on 600-750cc machines depending on cylinders and includes our factory team Smiths Triumph who will be running two Daytona 675Rs in 2014.

    Smiths Triumph
    Smiths last won the Motorpoint British Supersport Championship in 2012 with Australian Glen Richards. For 2014 Smiths Triumph's roster includes Australian Billy McConnell and Brit Graeme Gowland.

    Smiths Triumph McConnell

    Billy McConnell #3

    DOB: 24.12.1986
    Nationality: Australian
    Hometown: Adelaide
    Nickname: Skippy

    Smiths Triumph Gowland

    Graeme Gowland #5

    DOB: 23.01.1996
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Hexham
    Nickname: Gowla


    Series Sponsors

    Motorpoint


    National Superstock 600

    The Pirelli National Superstock 600 Championship features teams and riders aspiring to move into Superstock and Superbike. 

    This feeder series for is based on 600-750cc machines depending on cylinders and includes our supported team Haribo Starmix who will be running two Daytona 675Rs in 2014. The series is often used as a stepping stone between the Triumph Triple Challenge and British Supersport giving younger riders the opportunity to develop their race career in a competitive environment.

    Team Haribo Starmix
    For 2014 Team Haribo Starmix roster includes Jordon Gilbert and Superstock rookie and ex Triumph Triple  Challenge racer Charlie King.

    Jordon Gilbert

    Jordon Gilbert #24

    DOB: 30.08.1996
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: New Denham
    Nickname: n/a

    Charlie King

    Charlie King #23

    DOB: 02.08.1996
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Gorleston
    Nickname: n/a


    Series Sponsors

    Pirelli
    Black Horse


    Triumph Triple Challenge

    The TriStar R&G Triumph Triple Challenge (TTC) is a one-make series based around our Supersport machine. 

    The feeder series, in its eighth season, is a proving ground for upcoming riders. The championship is used as a competitive stepping stone into professional racing often giving riders their first feel for racing at national level. The TTC grid can include up to 30 riders running Daytona 675Rs with sealed engine and suspension.

    Triumph Triple Challenge Grid

    Triple Challenge

    Josh Wood #7 - Josh Wood Racing

    DOB: 07.10.1992
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Scunthorpe
    Nickname: Rat Boy

    Triple Challenge

    Mark Pennington #13 - CDH Racing

    DOB: 13.04.1984
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Coventry
    Nickname: n/a

    Triple Challenge

    Tom Carne #17 - TC Racing

    DOB: 12.07.1993
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Rossendale
    Nickname: Tom

    Triple Challenge

    Ben Neary #20 - Neary Racing

    DOB: 20.01.1993
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Wakefield
    Nickname: Ben

    Triple Challenge

    Terry Lewis #24 - 3gi Tech

    DOB: 08.04.1981
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Wickford
    Nickname: Tel

    Triple Challenge

    Matt Coles #32 - MCM Services

    DOB: 23.08.1980
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Addington
    Nickname: Matt

    Triple Challenge

    Scot Adam #38 - Nemesis Racing

    DOB: 10.07.1976
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Luton
    Nickname: Fatbloke

    Triple Challenge

    Sam Thompson #50 - Thompson Racing

    DOB: 26.04.1995
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Bournemouth
    Nickname: Elbows

    Triple Challenge

    Freddy Pett #66 - M40 Triumph/Dales Racing

    DOB: 10.08.1991
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Kings Lynn
    Nickname: Petty

    Triple Challenge

    Brendan Brown #71 - Brendan Brown Racing

    DOB: 26.08.1992
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Stoke-on-Trent
    Nickname: n/a

    Triple Challenge

    Richard Steadman #77 - Dales Sports Surfaces

    DOB: 07.10.1967
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Skegness
    Nickname: Steady

    Triple Challenge

    Andrew Lund #85 - TSL Buntons Racing

    DOB: 08.05.1973
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Wilsden
    Nickname: Lundy

    Triple Challenge

    Scott Pitchers #111 - Team SP Racing

    DOB: 01.11.1993
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Lower Compton
    Nickname: n/a

    Triple Challenge

    David Sellers #169 - DSR

    DOB: 10.12.1979
    Nationality: British
    Hometown: Lincoln
    Nickname: Salty


    Series Sponsors

    Triple Challenge
    Triple Challenge