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featherduster 6th December 2017 09:38 PM

Road racing dates 2018
 
twont be long now

Road racing dates 2018

April 27-28 – Cookstown 100
May 4-5 – Tandragee 100
May 15-19 – North West 200
June 23-24 – Kells
June 29-30 – Enniskillen
July 7-8 – Skerries 100
July 14-15 – Walderstown
July 21-22 – Faugheen
July 27-28 – Armoy
August 7-11 – Ulster Grand Prix
September 8-9 – Killalane

thecrutch 6th December 2017 09:51 PM

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june 23rd to july 28th
jesus that's a busy 6 weeks on the trot,
it will be hard on the riders

NODSTER 6th December 2017 11:14 PM

Re: Road racing dates 2018
 
Hearing that Enniskillen is a brand new 3.5 mile road circuit and [I]not[/I] running on the St. Angelo airfield circuit.

HIGHSIDER 6th December 2017 11:37 PM

Re: Road racing dates 2018
 
Welsh TT....looking forward to that......

Sugule Ali 7th December 2017 12:22 PM

Re: Road racing dates 2018
 
Fingers crossed they’ll all go ahead:thumbsup2:

vfr-honda 7th December 2017 04:20 PM

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[quote=NODSTER;3510940]Hearing that Enniskillen is a brand new 3.5 mile road circuit and [I]not[/I] running on the St. Angelo airfield circuit.[/quote]

I think they want to try to run both meeting next year,,,one road race on the new circuit and one at St Angelo airfield,,

KevFitz 11th December 2017 01:07 PM

Re: Road racing dates 2018
 
[quote=featherduster;3510924]twont be long now

Road racing dates 2018

April 27-28 – Cookstown 100
May 4-5 – Tandragee 100
May 15-19 – North West 200
June 23-24 – Kells
June 29-30 – Enniskillen
July 7-8 – Skerries 100
July 14-15 – Walderstown
July 21-22 – Faugheen
July 27-28 – Armoy
August 7-11 – Ulster Grand Prix
September 8-9 – Killalane[/quote]


Is that correct for Skerries? Skerries always runs Friday/ Saturday, not Saturday/ Sunday? Are they changing?

KevFitz 11th December 2017 01:10 PM

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Yes they have. I will answer my own question. So everyone now knows of the switch

NODSTER 27th April 2018 05:35 PM

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Bad news - the Kells Club issued a statement this morning that this years meeting has been cancelled and plan to run in 2019. The statement said [I]that due to recent developments due to access areas being denied to certain spectator areas, an issue they hope to resolve in time for next year, the Club felt unsafe and impractical to run.[/I]

I know a few members in the Club and they've worked dam hard to get the meeting back this year.

chrismon 27th April 2018 05:40 PM

Re: Road racing dates 2018
 
Real bad news for the club.

PJ 27th April 2018 05:51 PM

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[quote=NODSTER;3533820]Bad news - the Kells Club issued a statement this morning that this years meeting has been cancelled and plan to run in 2019. The statement said [I]that due to recent developments due to access areas being denied to certain spectator areas, an issue they hope to resolve in time for next year, the Club felt unsafe and impractical to run.[/I]

I know a few members in the Club and they've worked dam hard to get the meeting back this year.[/quote]

[quote=chrismon;3533823]Real bad news for the club.[/quote]

Road racing in Ireland is in big trouble.

black pudding 27th April 2018 08:19 PM

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[quote=PJ;3533826]Road racing in Ireland is in big trouble.[/quote]

Its sure is unfortunately :crybaby:

featherduster 27th April 2018 09:18 PM

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Road racing in Ireland is in big trouble.

all going ahead bar Kells
its a great day out racing , not many sports where you can get so close to the action .
The more attend the better and more secure for the following year .
All clubs seem to be so dependent on people paying in and of course the weather .
Anyone with any interest should pick a date and try get to a race and experience the thrill of it .
The usuals will always turn up but they all need new customers paying in
Walderstown and Faugheen are my favourites

usually only 10 to 15 yo yo to get in cheap as chips for a days racing
and the lads risking their necks
Adam Mc Clean is one to watch this year brilliant young rider
looking forward to it all


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