An eight race prospective schedule has been unveiled for the 2021 Irish national roads season, with competitive action hoped to begin in April with the Cookstown 100 (23rd-24th April).
The Tandragee 100 which was due to celebrate this year it’s 60th anniversary follows Cookstown and is planned at present to take place from the 30th April-1st May.
Photo by Rod Neill
A busy June, July period which will hopefully showcase no less than six meetings features Kells (19th-20th June), the Munster 100 (26th-27th June), Skerries 100 (3rd-4th July).
Walderstown Road Races (10th-11th July), the Faugheen 50 (17th-18th July) and the Armoy ‘Race of Legends’ (30th-31st July).
Events absent from the proposed 2021 schedule include the East Coast Racing Festival, Enniskillen Road Races, Mid Antrim 150 and Bush Road Races.
Full re-cap of the proposed 2021 Irish national roads calendar, which clearly could change at any time given the fluctuating Covid-19 situation.
23rd-24th April Cookstown 100
30th April-1st May Tandragee 100
19th-20th June Kells
26th-27th June Munster 100
3rd-4th July Skerries 100
10th-11th July Walderstown Road Races
17th-18th July Faugheen 50 Road Races
30th-31st July Armoy Road Races
Words by Stevie Rial