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Issued by Coleraine and District Motor Club Ltd. It is with great regret that the Coleraine and District Motor Club Ltd has to announce the cancellation of the 2021 fonaCAB Nicholl Oils North West 200. The official advice from government and public health officials has made it clear the effects of Coronavirus will remain with

  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. Northern Ireland’s Wilson Craig Racing Team has signed former MotoGP rider Chris Burns to contest the North West 200 and Isle of Man TT in 2021.   The 38-year-old from Newcastle-Upon-Tyne will make his debut at both events on Honda machinery next year. Burns has a wealth of experience having

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter Next year’s North West 200 could be pushed back until later in the year to improve the prospects of the event taking place amidst the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The international road race was cancelled this year along with the Isle of Man TT as a direct result of the coronavirus

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North West 200 Event Director, Mervyn Whyte, MBE, is stepping down from the role. Whyte has been at the helm of the north coast race for the past twenty years, Ireland's largest outdoor sporting attraction. “I had intended to retire at the end of 2019 but Coleraine and District Motor Club asked me to stay

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STATEMENT RE THE POSTPONEMENT OF THE 2020 fonaCAB AND NICHOLL OILS NORTH WEST 200   Given the current concerns and restrictions around the Coronavirus public health crisis, the organisers of the 2020 fonaCAB and Nicholl Oils North West 200 will postpone the May 10-16 Race Week. Over the past two weeks we have been in

  The Cookstown 100, which traditionally kicks off the cobwebs of winter on the 2.1 mile Orritor circuit in County Tyrone, is set to run on April 24 and 25. Just a week later, action moves up the road to the Tandragee 100 just outside of Portadown on May 1 and 2 in final reparation