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Category 300 is undoubtedly the class of the moment. There are many young riders who compete nationally with this type of bike. The class is a highlight of the Alpe Adria International Championship bouquet, as it is one of the two with a continental value.

A title of great blazon, the one that assigns the European Cup 300, which is run with a sporting regulation that follows that of the world championship (DOWNLOAD).

Riders can participate and enroll in the class, competing for both the European championship and the Alpe Adria title.

The substantial difference between the European Cup and Alpe Adria International concerns only the ages of participation. To participate in the European Cup ranking, you must be in the age range from 13 to 28. To take part in the Alpe Adria 300, the minimum participation limit is set at 12 years and there is no maximum age limit for participation.

The license required for the  Supersport 300 Alpe Adria International Championship is the national one with the starting permission of its federation.

The license required for the Supersport 300 European Cup is required for an international license, in addition to that of the country to which it belongs and starting permission

The race weekend includes preliminary operations on Thursday evening and Friday morning followed by two free practice sessions. On Saturday morning there is a qualifying round which defines the starting grid of race 1, which is held in the afternoon. On Sunday warm-up and race2.


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