April 19th, 2022.

Thanks to a change of registration and entry regulations to the British Quad Championship, NETT has increased its 2022 NETT Quad Championship to 10 rounds.

For the past few years, the NETT Championship class hasn’t run on the same days as the British Championship, but this year is different. On Sunday the 1st of May at Duns and Sunday the 29th of May at Dean Moor, the two championships will run as one, with rider points awarded and counting towards each series.

Every rider who is a member of NETT and registered in the two-moto Championship Class is automatically registered in the three-moto British Championship. There is no separate registration fee for the British Championship.

For regular NETT Championship contenders, it means they have the best of both worlds. Not only do they now get as many races in the season as the other club classes, but on the ‘British’ days, they also have the choice to opt out of running all three motos, without penalty, if the longer races prove too much for rider or machine. The British Championship motos will run around six to seven minutes longer than the regular NETT rounds. As the results automatically count toward the British Championship, all NETT Championship riders may well find themselves featuring in the British Championship standings too.

This year the British Championship will once again feature the separate National Expert Championship, for those who finished outside the top 10 in the overall British Championship last season, as well as the hotly-contested British Under-21 title. With the first two rounds of the British Championship being hosted by NETT, it’s an opportunity for club riders to start both Championships and see how the season unfolds.

Announcing the changes to the NETT Championship format, club chairman and Quad of Nations GB team manager, Karl Robinson said; “This format is designed to give our Championship Class club members whatever level of competition they feel comfortable with - it’s an ideal way to give them as many point scoring races as the support classes and to encourage those keen to race at British level a platform from which to do so.

“The British National Expert Championship, which ran for the first time last year, is definitely an option for most of our club Championship riders on the two British Sundays at Duns and Dean Moor. It gives riders, who might feel they’re not yet on the pace of the more experienced racers, their own competition. With silverware awarded from first to third overall at each round, it’s definitely worth a shot. But if it’s not for them, the option to just do two motos on those days - to get their NETT Championship points - is there too.

“Last year, three NETT regulars, Robbie Wood, Ayrton Knowles and Chad Beevers, took the year end honours in the British National Experts . NETT has long been the proving ground for some of the top riders in the country, and I hope this joint format will continue to support both regular, loyal club level riders and up-and-coming young guns alike.”

Both the NETT Club and British Championship regulations for the season can be downloaded from the NETT website at which also lists the dates and venues of the five double header weekends that make up the NETT Championship schedule.

NETT’s weekend at Duns also features the opening round of the NETT Sidecar Championship on the Saturday and the ACU British Sidecarcross Championship on the Sunday, as well as a wide range of youth classes designed to encourage children from as young as six to compete in a family oriented club atmosphere.

Enter online at Anyone who may need help entering should contact Event Secretary Stu Gair on

Image: NETT increases Championship class to 10 rounds in 2022. Image credit: Topshot Motosport Images.

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