The traditional end to the TT Festival takes us back down to the south of the Isle of Man to the Billown Course for some multi-start road racing.
Thankfully the weather held out long enough to get through the Practice Sessions and line up another great evening of racing.
It is no secret I am a big fan of the Pre and Post TT Races, honestly – factor them into your trip to the TT – it is a great course, with great racing. It’s a great way to relax and wind down after the hectic pace of the TT – although the bikes still keep the pace up!
All the results from every Practice / Qualifying and Race Session of the 2019 Isle of Man TT Races.
Southern 100 Racing, organisers of the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Southern 100 International Road Races are to make a number of changes to their racing classes for the 2019 event which takes place Monday to Thursday 8th – 11th July.
The main change is the dropping of the ‘Ultra-Lightweight’ 125cc/400cc class from the programme along with the discontinuation of the Support races.
However, with the increasing number of entries being received for 600cc machines, the organisers are to include an additional race for this class.
Corlett’s Trophies Senior Solo Founders 600cc/1000cc Race “1A” :
Corlett’s Trophies Senior Solo Founders 600cc/1000cc Race “1B” :
Station Garage Junior Solo Founders 125cc/400cc/Moto 3 :
Ellan Vannin Fuels Senior Race :
Mike Kerruish Plumbing & Heating 250cc/650cc twins Race “1” :
Radcliffe Butchers 600 Race :
Ace Hire & Sales Formula Two Sidecar Race :
S & S Motors 600cc Race :
Pole Position Travel 600cc “B” Race :
2018 Southern 100 Pre TT Classic Road Races Schedule :
Southern ‘100′ Racing are pleased to welcome
Blackford Financial Services as sponsors of the
Pre-TT Classic Road Races.
The Pre-TT Classic Road Races have been held on the 4.25-mile Billown Course since 1988 and have grown in popularity since the first race, to such an extent that the race programme has had to be expanded to cater for the number of competitors wishing to take part.
Hear and smell the machines of the past and take in the enthusiasm and atmosphere that is special around the circuit as spectators mingle with the competitors. The unique Open Air Concours d’Elegance of Racing Machines in Castletown Square where many of the machines are ‘fired-up’ is a fitting end to the event.