The Douglas, Isle of Man located Old Market Inn pub has raised in recent times £1,500 pounds each for the Southern 100 Supporters Club and Craig’s Heartstrong Foundation.
Confirmed entrants for the third Cain Road Race (12th-14th November) include reigning event winner Rigo Salazar, Juan Manuel Cardenas, Ruben Orihuela Pedraza, Juan Carlos Prieto Julio A.Molina, Luis Ortiz Rios, Marcelo Garcia and Ladja Sucik.
Not long now till the inaugural Baja International Tourist Cup (30th-31st October) which is due to feature the likes of Eric Wilson, Wade Boyd and Brazil’s only to date TT Races exponent Rafael Paschoalin.
Shortly before North America’s newest real roads event, the San Pedro Martir Hill Climb (October 27th-28th) takes centre stage.
America’s fastest TT Races competitor, 2010 TT Zero winner Mark Miller features on the entry list and is down to pilot Tuono Aprilia machinery.
Early confirmed entries for the ‘Southern Hemisphere’s Isle of Man’ the Cemetery Circuit Races include Tony Rees, meeting lap record holder Mitch Rees, Seth Devereux, Nick Southerwood and 2017 Newcomers B runner-up Ben Rosendaal.
New Zealand’s most acclaimed, successful International road racer Bruce Anstey has issued his intention to return to the Classic TT in 2022.
Same applies to Davies Motorsport who have enjoyed this year persistent CRMC (Classic Racing Motorcycle Club) success with Dominic Herbertson.
International road racing interest looks likely to be strong at this weekend’s Superbiker Mettet event, with Davey Todd, Matt Stevenson, Conor Cummins, Joe Thompson, Pierre Yves Bian all entered.
Photo credit: Nick Wheeler
Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou