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The Hel Performance British Motostar Moto3 Standard Championship contenders will have an additional award to fight for during the 2016 season with the Bell Helmets FATSBAR Future award.
The series features riders aged from 13 ready to line up for competition at British Championship level, producing some of the closest action on the programme with the level playing field of identical specification Honda NSF 250s.
The season-long competition, promoted by one of the newest organic snacks, will see points awarded at each of the 22 races throughout the twelve round series that features alongside the MCE Insurance British Superbike Championship.
A Bell Helmets FATSBAR Future Award Trophy will be presented at each event for the rider who scores the most points across the weekend. The season-long league will also see the championship winner, plus the top finisher under the age of 16 (when the championship gets underway at Silverstone this weekend) and the Eurosport commentators' most improved rider of the season to be decided at the finale, with a special edition FATSBAR Bell race helmet.
James Rispoli, CEO of FATSBAR and MCE BSB rider commented: "In racing it is important that we recognise the young, upcoming riders as they begin their racing careers and we are delighted that we can award some of the UK's youngest talents throughout the 2016 season. As a brand our snack bar promotes performance and focus and that is what these riders bring to the track at every event."
Last updated: Thursday, April 7, 2016