Munster 100 Organisers, the Cork Motorcycle Racing and Vintage Club have announced that their returning event will be the final MCUI Irish Road Race Championship event of 2022, with competition set to take place from the 13th-14th August.
Speaking today, C.M.R.V.C (Cork Motorcycle Racing and Vintage Club) Chairman, Robert Farrissey stated the following about the aforementioned:
“With the new date on the Calendar we hope to have a bumper paddock this year.
Given how tough it’s been on the supporters over the last few years, competitors are chomping at the bit to get going so the scene is set for another great weekend’s road racing in Glanmire.”
Racers Glanmire bound this August include BE Racing In Conjunction with Richardson Kelly Racing’s Michael Browne, Stephen Tobin, Ben Mullane, Derek Wilson.
The most recent Munster meet from 2019 saw Derek Sheils, Michael Sweeney share the Superbike, Supersport spoils whilst others to emerge victorious included Vinny Brennan, Ed Manly and Dermot Cleary.
Highlights of upcoming 2022 Glanmire based road race action includes a ten-race schedule, featuring the showpiece five-lap, six-lap Open, Grand Final encounters.
There’s also anticipated to be Support class, yesteryear, two stroke competition at another road race which remains close to it’s roots, maintains a unique affinity with it’s competitors, marshals, fans, sponsors.
Photo credit Stephen Davison
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou