IRRC (International Road Racing Championship) organisers have recently released the provisional schedule for next years series, which is planned to once again begin in the Netherlands, at the Hengelo based Varsselring course.
Following competition at the Varsselring (8th-9th May), two rounds are anticipated to take place in July, the first at the world famous ex Grand Prix venue of Imatranajo (2nd-4th July) and the second in Belgium at Circuit De Chimay (23rd-25th July).
Attention for championship competitors then focuses upon the Czech Republic’s most famous roads circuit, Horice (14th-15th August), which last year saw Davey Todd become the UK’s second IRRC series champion.
Photo by Andy Quinn
Competition for 2021 is then hoped to conclude in Germany at Frohburg (18th-19th September) which in recent years has hosted many a gripping Supersport, Superbike Championship title decider.
Anticipated entrants for the 2021 IRRC Supersport, Superbike championships are not clear at present but it seems as though BMW Motorrad, Kawasaki, Yamaha will all once again enjoy strong presences and it wouldn’t at all be a surprise as well to see more UK, Irish roads royalty sampling the acclaimed, growing in popularity series.
Reminder of the full provisional 2021 IRRC (International Road Racing Championship) schedule:
8th-9th May Hengelo
2nd-4th July Imatranajo
23rd-25th July Circuit De Chimay
14th-15th August Horice
18th-19th September Frohburger Dreieck
Words by Stevie Rial