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Raffle Fragrance Benefits Southern 100

In News by Phil Edge

Sophie Senior, partner of road racer Jamie Coward recently organised a raffle with the winners receiving products from the Fragrance Range that she promotes and sells. The proceeds of the raffle going to two causes close to Jamie, Sophie and their family’s hearts, Candle Lighters and Southern 100 Supporters Club. Candle Lighters supports the families of children with cancer whilst …

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Stalwart Southern 100 Marshal George Moore Passes

In News by Phil Edge

The Southern 100 Marshals Association are saddened to learn of the passing of long time Southern 100 Marshal George Moore. George marshalled at Church Bends for more than 30years and was a popular ‘character’ with both local and visiting fans, not only with his knowledge of the races, but also the many tales he could tell of his experiences of …

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Two Times Southern 100 Solo Champion Recognised in Queens Birthday Honours

In News by Phil Edge

Two Times Southern 100 Solo Champion Ryan Farquhar has been honoured in the recent Queen’s Birthday Honours 2020. The Dungannon man has been awarded the British Empire Medal for Services to Motorcycling. He is Ireland’s most successful Irish national road racer with his achievements being recognised last year when his tally of 357 road racing victories were entered in the …

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Raffle Time!

In News by Phil Edge

Sophie Senior, partner of road racer Jamie Coward is currently running a raffle for two causes close to Jamie, Sophie and their families heart. Contact Sophie via her Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/sophiesenior

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Old Market Inn Continues to Give Despite Covid 19

In News by Phil Edge

The Old Market Inn on Chapel Row in Douglas may be the smallest pub in the Isle of Man, but it is one with the biggest heart when it comes to supporting the Southern 100 Supporters Club. Jayne, Dave, Hannah and Colin and the patrons of the ‘Market’ commenced supporting the Southern 100 Supporters fund in 2003, raising £290.00. By …

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Mrs Doreen Mylchreest ‘Tops the Ton’

In News by Phil Edge

Southern 100 Racing are delighted to send their heartiest congratulations to Mrs Doreen Mylchreest on her 100th birthday, 5th October 2020. Along with her late husband Brian, the Mylchreest name has been associated with the Southern 100 Road Races since it was first run on Thursday 14th July 1955. Brian with Doreen as co-driver in their own MG Magnette officially …

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Ray McCullough Held in Admiration

In News by Phil Edge

Ray McCullough, a quiet unassuming Ulsterman became part of Irish road racing folklore through his extraordinary racing career amassing over 170 wins that spanned three decades. Ray’s ‘racing story’ is told in this latest road race DVD, published by road racing film director Colin James of Waldovision fame. The Dromora Destroyer recalls his early interest in his teens, his first …

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Cowasaki Returns Home

In News by Phil Edge

In 2003, The Golden Jubilee Trust organised an Isle of Man Cow Parade with around 35 ‘life-size’ sculpture cows being placed around the Island, all suitably painted in local themes and sponsored by various bodies, businesses, and charities. Almost all were eventually auctioned off raising a total of £110,200.00 for charity. ‘Cowasaki’ sponsored by the ‘Mrs Jean Burrell Charitable Trust’ …

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South Australian Flag Marshals Association Remember Kenny Blake

In News by Phil Edge

Southern 100 Marshals Association have been informed that our Affiliate Association the South Australian Flag Marshals enjoyed a ride out and lunch last Sunday 13th September around the Adelaide area, observing Covid19 conditions in that area. Like ourselves they are suffering from a lack of Racing this season, but all are preparing to return to ‘normal’ once circumstances allow. Last …

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Moddey Dhoo Show 2020

In News by Phil Edge

Southern 100 Racing would like to thank the Moddey Dhoo Motor Cycle Club for the invitation to attend their show on Marine Parade in Peel on Supermanx Bank Holiday Monday 31st August. With no racing on the Colas Billown Course this year, it was good to meet up with old friends and make new ones during the day. The Southern …