Road Racing News

Eight Race Prospective Schedule For 2021 Irish National Roads Season

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

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