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Supersport Races Favoured by Early Southern 100 Entrants

In News by Phil Edge

The Supersport 600cc Races appear to be the most popular, at least amongst the early entries received for the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Southern 100 Road Races in the first few days after entries opened. A total of 16 have been accepted, so far, including five Newcomers Michael Bates, Albert Walker, Kieran Brockie, Laurence Jones and Russian competitor …

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Crossleys Continue to Sponsor Southern 100 Marshals

In News by Phil Edge

Ballasalla based Chartered Certified Accountants UHY Crossleys LLC have generously agreed to continue to cover Postage Costs for vital correspondence sent to all Southern 100 Marshals, who volunteer their services for all three road races held on the Colas Billown Course. Chief Marshal, Peter Chadwick says: ‘The Southern 100 Marshals Association are progressing online Sign-on however, feedback from our marshals …

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New Paddock Arrangements 2019

In News by Phil Edge

Due to the increase in Competitors, for both the Blackford’s Pre-TT Classic Road Races and the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Southern 100 Road Races and the increased demand on our facilities, the Southern 100 Motorcycle Racing Club are going to have to enforce the rules regarding the use of the Race Paddock. The Race Paddock will now only …

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Locals Dominate Early Entries for Post TT Road Races

In News by Phil Edge

Entries for the 2019 Colas Post TT Road Races have only just opened, with a closing date of 7th May for the event that will be held on Saturday 8th June on the Colas Billown Course in the Isle of Man and the early entries received have been dominated by local competitors! Onchan’s Nathan Harrison, who finished 10th in last …

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Pre-TT Classic Entries Very Encouraging

In News by Phil Edge

With less than three-weeks until entries close for the 2019 Blackford’s Pre-TT Classic Road Races entries are filling up fast with 133 having been accepted so far for the nine-race event that will run on Friday, Saturday and Bank Holiday Monday, 24th, 25th & 27th May on the Colas Billown Course. Most popular to date, is the eight-lap Senior 500cc …

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MC Locksmith Extend & Increase Sponsorship

In News by Phil Edge

Southern 100 Racing are pleased to announce that MC Locksmith Services Limited have agreed to continue their sponsorship of the organisations Social Media Information Services and in doing so have increased their much-valued involvement. The specialist local company based on the White Hoe Industrial Estate in Douglas will continue to provide an IPAD and cover associated costs for Boris Kitching …

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Vice Presidents Funeral Arrangements

In News by Phil Edge

Southern 100 Racing’s Vice President Ron Kitching’s Funeral Service is to take place on Thursday 14th March at Malew Parish Church at 12.30pm, followed by cremation. ‘Kitch’ as he was generally known had been involved with the Southern 100 Road Races since 1967 and was elected as a Vice President in 2012. Family flowers only have been requested, with Memorial …

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Make Sure You’re Covered For Repatriation

In News by S100 Admin

Further to the recent well publicised article in the popular Classic Racer Magazine regarding road race competitor Les Trotter’s wife Doreen having unfortunately been taken seriously ill, whilst at the Pre-TT Classic Races, and after having been initially treated in Nobles Hospital had to be flown off Island to Liverpool for further treatment and subsequently received an invoice for the …

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Southern 100 Vice President Tributes

In News by S100 Admin

Southern 100 Racing are saddened to learn of the passing of one of its Vice Presidents, Ron Kitching on 28th February. Ron Kitching first became involved in the races around the Billown Course in 1967 and like many remained faithful to what have become known as ‘the friendly races’ until the end. Always available when required for course preparation and …

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Chloe Receives ‘Special’ Award

In News by S100 Admin

January 18th saw the annual Cornmarket Awards ceremony held in Belfast where the accolades for the Irish Road Races for the preceding year are recognised. It goes without saying the 2018 season was not without significant tragedy, however the ceremony was handled beautifully by hosts Keith Huewen and Stephen Watson and the evening passed with a respectful mix of celebration …