Written by Nathon Verdugo
As we put to bed the shit box of a season the 2020 SHNC turned out to be, we had our work cut out for ourselves trying to put together a 2021 race schedule that was A.) Doable B.) Worth doing and C.) F@&King exciting! When looking toward the future, it's often best to consider your past. In 1954 the AMA Grand National Championship series was introduced featuring four different types of competitions: three of the rounds (Mile, Half-mile, TT) were held on dirt tracks, while the fourth was held on an asphalt paved course. A page from history lead to the modern-day 2021 Super Hooligan National Championship QuaTTro! This new four-race format doesn't deviate from the core Hooligan rules too much; Street legal frame, Twin Cylinder, 750cc and above with a minimum weight rule. 17’s for the asphalt and 19’s for the dirt. Racers are encouraged to use the same motorcycle for every race but allowed riders to use a different bike for the street course; however, they would incur a 10-point penalty against their cumulative season championship points total.