Classic bikes all the way at Croft this weekend

Classic Racing Motorcycle Club – Saturday October 2 and Sunday October 3, 2021

The Classic Racing Motorcycle Club returns to the Croft Circuit this next weekend (2/3 October) with a full program of on and off track attractions with solo and sidecar machines recreating the classic and post-classic racing scene of the 1950s to 1990s.

Among the motorcycles entered are the iconic Manx Nortons, Matchless G50, Seeleys, Triumph Tridents, BSA Rocket 3s, BSA Goldstars, P&M Kawasakis, Yamaha TZ, Ducatis from 250cc to 750cc, Hondas from 200cc to 900cc and around thirty side outfits. because.

Some of the runners are local as well as runners coming from all over the UK to run. Entries include Isle of Man TT winner Dominic Herbertson of Tyneside, two-time UK champion Joe Barton, recurve rider of the year Ant Hart, ACU Classic champion Rich Molnar and George Hogton -Rusling of York as well as a host of other top racers ready to compete. in the final of the club championships and the prestigious race of the year on Sunday

Sunday’s schedule features the finals of the ACU National Championships, in which these races have attracted a superb, high-quality field that has all the makings of spectacular races for a considerable cash prize. No CRMC race meeting would be complete without the sidecars, where there are two races each day with over 20 teams on the grid.

There will be a Grand Prix and a demonstration and demonstration of historic racing bikes, as well as the VJMC Classic Bike Show Village with club and trade stalls as well.

Among the motorcycles on display are Jeremy McWilliams’ rare Buell XBRR which he rode at Daytona in 2006, the Pulse 500 Grand Prix ridden by Jason Vincent at the 2001 500cc World Championship and the 1995 ELF SwissAuto V4 two-stroke.

Also on display will be Gene Romero’s 1974 Yamaha TZ700A who won the 1975 Daytona 200 race, a 1951 Matchless G45 and a Honda RVF750R RC45 on which John Kocinski won the 1997 WSB Championship.

The tests start at 9:30 am on Saturday morning followed by a program of thirty races starting around 11:30 am. On Sunday, the program of eighteen races and two parades starts at 12:00 noon.


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