Road Racing News

Cookstown 100 To Run As ‘Closed Event’ Again In 2021

Same as this year, the Cookstown 100 in 2021 will run as a closed event with spectator numbers at a minimum.

The only Irish road race to take place during 2020, September’s Orritor Circuit competition proved tumultuous for racers including Open class victor Derek Sheils, Ballymoney’s Darryl Tweed, classic racing great Barry Davidson, Skerries Michael Sweeney and ‘Man of the Meeting’ Adam McLean.

Likely to open Irish road racing for 2021, expect another top draw entry venturing upon Cookstown mixing established roads stars, up coming talents, seasoned event exponents.

Photo courtesy of Baylon McCaughey

For those wishing to attend the Cookstown racing extravaganza next year, you’d be well advised to take opportunity of the recently launched event online booking system.

Further information on this topic is provided by Baylon McCaughey:

The club (Cookstown & District Motorcycle Club) has now opened our online booking system for the next 5 weeks in the run-up to Christmas for those searching for that extra gift idea.

Our voucher covers a full weekend package, which includes programme purchase, weekend wristband and a 2021 badge. Voucher is priced at £25.

To get your voucher, please book via PAYPAL and made payment to Cookstown100@hotmail.com, please use the family & friends option.

Please make sure to leave your name and address for postal requirements. Please note, one day package is the same price as a weekend package in 2021.

Words by Stevie Rial & Baylon McCaughey

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