2011 National Superstock 600 Championship season
|2011 Superstock 600 season|
British Superbike Championship
British Supersport Championship
British 125 Championship
The 2011 National Superstock 600 Championship season was the fourth season of the British National Superstock 600 Championship. The motorcycles are stock 600cc bikes, this means that not many racing modifications can be made to the bikes, to promote a close and affordable racing environment. The class is strictly for riders aged 16–25, with riders that finish the previous year in the top three of the championship are not eligible for the following season.
The previous year championship winner Josh Day moved up to the British Superbike Evo class, one of the main names to come into this class this year was James Lodge the former 2 time 125cc championship will be looking to move up and have a good season in this class. It began on 25 April at Brands Hatch and will end on 9 October at the same venue after 12 rounds.
- 1.^ – The race at Oulton Park was cancelled due to bad weather conditions. As a result, the race was run at Donington Park, with the grid positions standing for the race.
† Benjamin Gautrey was fatally injured in an accident during the Cadwell Park round.
- "2011 British Superbike Championship schedule announced". British Superbike Championship (MotorSport Vision). 10 October 2010. Retrieved 25 April 2011.
- "MSVR announce rescheduled Oulton Park races". British Superbike Championship (MotorSport Vision). 18 July 2011. Retrieved 19 July 2011.
- "Ben Gautrey dies following Superstock accident". Motor Cycle News (Bauer Media Group). 29 August 2011. Retrieved 29 August 2011.