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By Kyle White:- Belfast Newsletter Leading team owner John Burrows is weighing up his options for 2021 following a spate of Irish road racing cancellations as a result of the continuing impact of the Covid-19 crisis. The Tandragee 100 has been cancelled, while every national meeting in the Republic of Ireland has been called off, with the

By Kyle White:- Belfast Newsletter This year’s Irish road racing calendar is set to be decimated once again following confirmation that a host of national events in the Republic of Ireland have been cancelled. Sean Bissett, President of the sport’s governing body in the south – Motorcycling Ireland – said all national races with the

By Kyle White:- Belfast Newsletter Armoy Clerk of the Course Bill Kennedy says every effort will be made to hold the Irish national road race in July. Already, the Kells meeting in Co Meath and May’s Tandragee 100 have been cancelled as a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic, while the North West 200 is in the balance, with

THIS year’s Around a Pound Tandragee 100 road races have been scrapped amid continued coronavirus restrictions in Northern Ireland. Traditionally the second national event on the calendar after the Cookstown 100, Tandragee looked set to go ahead on April 30 and May 1 for its 60th anniversary celebration this year until chiefs were forced to

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter The 2021 Kells Road Races have been cancelled on the backdrop of the ongoing coronavirus crisis. On Friday, the organisers said in a statement that the event in June (19-20) had been called off because of the risk of financial loss, due to the potential for a last-minute cancellation as

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  A final decision on whether the North West 200 motorcycle races will take place this year is expected ‘within weeks’. With Northern Ireland currently in its latest hard lockdown due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, former Event Director Mervyn Whyte confirmed to the News Letter that the organising Coleraine Club has applied for alternative

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By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter Paul Jordan remains an advocate of Irish national road racing as a tried and test route to success at the Isle of Man TT. The Magherafelt man is a regular on the domestic scene in Ireland and although there has been an increasing number of riders coming straight from the

JMcC Roofing Racing has unveiled their squad, which will contest the 2021 season. The Banbridge based outfit laid out their plans for the upcoming season to compete in the Ulster Superbike, British Superbike championships along with selected road races. Team owner Jason McCaw has brought together a mixture of youth and experience as he prepares

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter. Northern Ireland’s McAdoo Racing team will run Adam McLean and Darryl Tweed in a new-look two-man roads line-up next season. Tobermore man McLean is entering his fourth season with the highly-regarded Cookstown outfit, which is run by father and son Winston and Jason McAdoo. McLean bagged a double at the

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter. The 2021 Irish road racing season is set to roar into life at the Cookstown 100 in County Tyrone next April. Fans were starved of two-wheel action this year after the coronavirus pandemic wiped out the national calendar, with the North West 200, Isle of Man TT and Macau Grand Prix also