After of Round 4 of the 2021 TT Championship the composition of the Cox Automotive TT Leagues has been finalised.
The Cox Automotive TT Leagues offers the chance for club members to compete with those of similar ability in a season-long competition. The League is based around the 2021 TT Championship Series and comprises five divisions (see below)
Riders who have competed in this year’s 2021 TT Championship are allocated a division according to their performances on Club TTs in 2021 thus far. This means that the five divisions will each contain riders of broadly similar ability which should make for a fair competition. The current position for each league will be published after Round 5.
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