Road Racing Daily - 2018 Enniskillen Road Races

Road Racing Daily Darren Keys at the Enniskillen Road Races

 

ENNISKILLEN 100 RACE DAY ROUND UP

Until this weekend it had been 66 long years since the roads of Fermanagh had played host to road racing but that can no longer be said as we were treated to some remarkable roads action this weekend. 

In sun-drenched conditions which surrounded the Arney circuit fans lined the hedgerows and fields as some of the finest exponents of the the sport took part in a thrilling programme of races. 

All the headlines will be kept for Derek McGee’s stunning performance which saw the Mullingar rider secure five wins; a Supersport and Superbike double was added to a win in the Supertwin class. 

Garvagh rider Darryl Anderson got the day off to a good start as he won the Junior Support Race by 20s ahead of Dundalk’s Noel Smith in second place. Portadown rider Robert Cairns came home in third rounding out the podium places. 

Barry Davidson was on song again as he claimed a classic double taking wins in the Senior Classic 500 and in the Junior Classic 250. Brian Mateer took the spoils in the Junior Classic 250 and Richard Ford rounded out the classic programme as he was victorious in the Senior Classic 1000.

Kevin Fitzpatrick enjoyed a win in the 125/Moto3 class on board his Harp Farm Racing Honda. Dungannon man Nigel Moore was in second place with the returning Sam Dunlop finishing in third. 

In the LWSR class local rider Paul Gartland was victorious ahead of Enda Trearty and Aaron Boyd. John McAllister was the only rider to contest the 250R class.

Darren Keys from Ballyclare put his Suzuki 600cc on the top step of the podium in the Senior Support race. Stephen McKeown and Steven Clarke finished second and third respectively. 

As previously stated, Derek McGee was the man today and claimed a superb five-timer. Special mention must go to young gun Adam McLean who enjoyed a great day’s racing with five second place finishes and also Kevin Fitzpatrick who grabbed a hat trick of podium finishes including a win. 

Wexford’s Graham Kennedy also produced the goods on his BMW S1000RR in the big bike races as he finished third on both occasions behind McLean and McGee. 

Lastly thanks must go to the organising club and to their diligence and hard work in getting this race up and running. Thanks also to the medics, marshals, volunteers and to all who gave of their time to help out in the extreme heat over the last few days to help make this the great event that it was.

Road Racing Daily Derek McGee takes five wins at the Enniskillen Road Races

 

FABULOUS FIVE FOR MAGNIFICENT MCGEE AT ENNISKILLEN 

 

Derek McGee produced an unrivalled and breathtaking display of road racing at the Enniskillen Road Races as he tamed the roads of Fermanagh on his way to securing five race wins.

 

The ‘Mullingar Missile’ made short work of learning the Arney circuit during qualifying on Friday so that when racing got underway earlier today he was ready to put the hammer down in his own inimitable style and further underline his credentials as one of the finest road racers on the circuit. 

 

Onboard his B&W Racing Kawasaki, McGee claimed a Supersport double beating McAdoo Racing’s Adam McLean into second place on both occasions, first by a winning margin of 20s in Race 1 before things got a little tighter as the margin in race 2 narrowed considerably to 0.6s. 

 

In the Armstrong Engineering Supertwin Race, McGee once more made all the running on the KMR Kawasaki. He led from start to finish eventually crossing the line 12.4s ahead of the Roy Hanna Motors mounted Adam Mclean. McLean having no answer to the pace of McGee. 

 

In the Open Superbike race onboard his McGee/Doyne Kawasaki, McGee rocketed to another superb victory with McLean once more finishing runner up. This time the margin of victory was 16.9s.

 

The final race of the day was the Richard Britton Memorial Race and McGee claimed the spoils to finish off the weekend with a truly marvellous five wins.

 

With a performance like this going into Skerries next weekend, McGee should be the man to watch.

 
Road Racing Daily Darryl Anderson secured Junior Support victory at the Enniskillen Road Races

 

ENNISKILLEN 100 ROAD RACES FULL RESULTS

Supersport Race 1

1 Derek McGee
2 Adam McLean
3 Kevin Fitzpatrick
4 Graham Kennedy
5 Thomas Maxwell
6 Raymond Casey
7 Paul Cranston
8 Eric Wilson
9 Ryan Maher
10 Alan Johnston
11 David Murphy
12 John Ella
13 Stephen Degnan
14 Dean Campbell

Junior Support

1 Darryl anderson
2 Noel Smith
3 Robert Cairns
4 Brian Loughlin
5 RJ Woolsey
6 John Cahill
7 Dave Walsh
DNF Enda Trearty
DNF Nigel McCauley

125/Moto3

1 Kevin Fitzpatrick
2 Nigel Moore
3 Sam Dunlop
4 Sean Leonard
5 Melissa Kennedy
6 Ronnie Scott

Moto3 

DNS Derek MCGee

250R

1 John McAllister

LWSR

1 Paul Gartland
2 Enda Trearty
3 Aaron Boyd
4 Brian Loughlin
5 Dave Walsh
6 Darren Duncan
7 Stephen McKeown

Senior Support

1 Darren Keys
2 Stephen McKeown
3 Steven Clarke
4 Darryl Anderson
5 Robert Cairns
6 William Hara
7 Mathias Winkenjohnann
8 Stuart McCann
9 Noel Smith
10 Jordan McFerren
11 John Cahill
12 George Scott

Open Race

1 Derek McGee
2 Adam McLean
3 Graham Kennedy
4 Thomas Maxwell
5 Kevin Fitzpatrick
6 Paul Gartland
7 Raymond Casey
8 Paul Cranston
9 Eric Wilson
10 Dean Campbell
11 David Murphy
12 Donald MacFadyen
13 Alan Johnston
14 Alan Connort
15 Stephen Degnan
16 Stephen McKnight

Junior Classic 250

1 Brian Mateer
2 Philip Shaw
3 Alex Mcvicker
4 Allen Gibson
5 Trevor Stewart
6 Robert Wright
8 Richard Ford

Junior classic 350

1 Barry Davidson
2 Nigel Mooore
3 Ken Parkes
4 Linton Irwin
5 Ian Thompson
6 Andy Kildea
7 Freddie Stewart
8 David Crawford
9 Dave Brough
10 Billy Lyle
11 Paul McMahon

Supertwin

1 Derek McGee
2 Adam McLean 
3 Thomas Maxwell
4 Paul garland
5 Stephen McKnight
6 Robert Cairns
7 Brian Laughlin
8 Des Butler

Supersport Race 2

1 Derek McGee
2 Adam McLean
3 Kevin Fitzpatrick 
4 Graham Kennedy
5 Raymond Casey
6 Paul Cranston
7 Dean Campbell
8 David Murphy
9 Eric Wilson 
10 Alan Johnston
11 Ryan Maher
12 Stephen Degnan
13 John Ella
DNS thomas Maxwell

Senior Classic 1000

1 Richard Ford
2 Philip shaw
3 Trevor Stewart

Senior Classic 500

1 Barry Davidson
2 Wattie Brown
3 Freddie stewart
4 Gary Jamison
5 Billy Lyle
6 David Carleton
7 Andy Kildea
8 Patrick Walker
9 Roger Chen
10 Mark Parrett

Richard britton Memorial race

1 Derek McGee
2 Adam McLean
3 Graham Kennedy
4 Thomas Maxwell
5 Kevin Fitzpatrick
6 Paul Gartland
7 Paul Cranston
8 Eric Wilson
9 Alan Connort
10 Stephen McKnight
11 Donald MacFadyen
12 David Murphy
13 Stephen Degnan

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Road Racing Daily Derek McGee wins the Supersport and Superbike races at Enniskillen

 

DEREK MCGEE STORMS TO SUPERSPORT AND SUPERBIKE DOUBLE

Derek McGee transferred his qualifying pace into racing today at Enniskillen as the Mullingar rider scored a Supersport and Superbike double.

In the first of today’s two Superbike races, McGee roared to lead of 9 seconds by the end of the second lap as Adam McLean and Graham Kennedy were left fighting for second place. Kennedy seemed as though he had the initial pace to maintain second, but McLean soon made his move and eventually pulled out a lead of 4.1s to push Kennedy back into third spot.

McGee meanwhile was gone in the distance and crossed the line 16.9s ahead of McLean to take his second victory of the day. 

In this morning’s Supersport encounter, McGee once again underline his middleweight credentials as he romped to an unchallenged win. Riding for B&D Racing, McGee was imperious throughout and crossed the line 20s ahead of McAdoo Racing’s Adam McLean. Kevin Fitzpatrick rounded out the podium places. 

Supersport Race 1

1 Derek McGee
2 Adam McLean
3 Kevin Fitzpatrick
4 Graham Kennedy
5 Thomas Maxwell
6 Raymond Casey
7 Paul Cranston
8 Eric Wilson
9 Ryan Maher
10 Alan Johnston
11 David Murphy
12 John Ella
13 Stephen Degnan
14 Dean Campbell

Open Race

1 Derek McGee
2 Adam McLean
3 Graham Kennedy
4 Thomas Maxwell
5 Kevin Fitzpatrick
6 Paul Gartland
7 Raymond Casey
8 Paul Cranston
9 Eric Wilson
10 Dean Campbell
11 David Murphy
12 Donald MacFadyen
13 Alan Johnston
14 Alan Connort
15 Stephen Degnan
16 Stephen McKnight

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Road Racing Daily Adam McLean in action at the Enniskillen Road Races

 

ENNISKILLEN ROAD RACES - QUALIFYING ROUND UP

The inaugural Enniskillen Road Races got underway today at the 3 mile Arney circuit and fans were treated to an action packed practice and qualifying session in blazing sunshine. 

The Enniskillen & District Motorcycle Club has worked tirelessly behind the scenes to bring road racing back to Fermanagh after an absence of 66 years, and thanks must go to them for getting another race back on the calendar.

Derek McGee will start as favourite for honours when racing gets underway tomorrow, having topped the times in four classes, but there was other stand out performances as well. Nipping at McGee’s heels will be young gun Adam McLean and fans will be hoping to see some tight racing.

Stephen McKeown enjoyed a good days he topped the Senior Support qualifying. Richard Ford made it a double pole as he secured the fastest time in the Senior Classic 1000 & Junior Classic 250 categories. Barry Davidson was quickest in the Junior 350, and Mark Parrett headed the Senior Classic 500.

Fermanagh’s own Paul Gartland will be content of his day’s work as the local rider finished top in the lightweight supersport class. 

Senior Classic - 1000

1 Richard Ford
2 Robert McCrum
3 Philip Shaw
4 Dave Brough
5 Trevor Stewart

Senior Classic  - 500

1 Mark Parrett
2 Barry Davidson
3 Wattie Brown
4 Freddie Stewart
5 Billy Lyle 
6 Andy Kildea
8 David Carlton
9 Patrick Walker

Junior Classic  - 250

1 Richard Ford
2 Brian Mateer
3 Philip Shaw
4 Alex McVicar
5 Robert Wright
6 Allen Gibson
7 Trevor Stewart

Junior Classic - 350

1 Barry Davidson
2 Ken Parkes
3 Nigel Moore 
4 Ian Thompson
5 Linton Irwin
6 Andy Kildea
7 Freddie Stewart
8 Billy Lyle
9 Paul McMahon
10 Davy Crawford
11 Dave Brough

Supertwins

1 Derek McGee
2 Adam McLean
3 Thomas Maxwell
4 Stephen McKeown
5 Paul Gartland
6 Robert Cairns
7 Brian Laughlin
8  Ryan Maher
9 Des Butler
10 Seamus Elliot

Lightweight Supersport

1 Paul Gartland
2 Brian Laughlin 
3 Enda Treaty
4 Stephen MCKewon
5 Dave Walsh
6 Aaron Boyd

250R

1 John McAllister

Senior Support

1 Stephen McKeown
2 Darren Keys
3 Darryl Anderson 
4 Steven Clarke
5 William Hara 
6 Robert Cairns
7 Stuart Mccann
8 Noel Smith
9 Mathias Winkenjohann
10 Jordan McFerren
11 John Cahill
12 George Scott
13 Aaron Boyd

Junior Support

1 Darryl Anderson
2 Robert Cairns
3 Brian Laughlin
4 Noel Smith
5 RJ Woolsey
6 Dave Walsh
7 John Cahill
8 Nigel McCauley

125/Moto3

M3 Derek McGee
Kevin Fitzpatrick
Nigel Moore
Sam Dunlop
Sean Leonard
Ronnie Scott

Supersport

1 Derek McGee
2 Adam McLean
3 Kevin Fitzpatrick
4 Thomas Maxwell
5 Graham Kennedy
6 Raymond Casey
7 Paul Cranston
8 Dean Campbell
9 Alan jonston
10 Ryan Maher
11 Eric Wilson
12 David Murphy
13 John Ella
14 Stephen Degnan

Road Racing Daily Derek McGee tops the times at the Enniskillen Road Races

 

DEREK MCGEE SHINES IN THE ENNISKILLEN SUN

Derek McGee threw down the gauntlet to the rest of the field today at Enniskillen as the ‘Mullingar Missile’ topped the time sheets in four classes.

The Arney circuit was drenched in glorious sunshine throughout qualifiyng but it was Derek McGee who really turned up the heat. McGee, showing supreme confidence following his first ever podium finish at the Isle Of Man TT, was clearly in the mood for racing as he dominated all the classes in which he contested. 

The 2017 triple Irish Roads champion topped the times in the Superbike, Supersport, 125/Moto3 and Supertwin classes making him the man to best when racing gets underway on Saturday.

McGee, on the Ryan Farquhar prepared KMR Kawasaki, was over three seconds clear of Adam McLean on his way to securing Supertwin pole. In the Supersport class, McGee, on the B&W Racing machine, snatched pole once more from McAdoo Racing’s McLean with a margin of 1.7s. Open qualifying saw McGee take a dominant pole as he finished 6.2s ahead of Kevin Fitzpatrick. 

On the Joey’s Bar MCC Moto3, McGee lapped at a very impressive 1.57.254s.

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Road Racing Daily Derek McGee takes superbike pole at the Enniskillen 100

DOMINANT MCGEE SEALS SUPERBIKE POLE AT ENNISKILLEN

In blisteringly hot conditions at Enniskillen, Derek McGee quickly got up to speed with the brand new circuit to take a stunning pole position. 

The Mulling rider has been enjoying a real purple patch of late and today he once more showcased his talent lapping the Arney track at 1.45.148s, over six seconds clear of second placed rider Kevin Fitzpatrick, who in turn was almost four tenths clear of Thomas Maxwell in third.

McAdoo Kawasaki’s Adam McLean finished in fourth place with Graham Kennedy rounding out the top 5.

The riders had to get to grips with a track that earlier in the day had seen thew highest ever track temperature recorded at an Irish National event. 

Enniskillen Open Qualifying

1 Derek McGee - 1.45.148s
2 Kevin Fitzpatrick - 1.51.317s
3 Thomas Maxwell - 1.51.679s
4 Adam McLean - 1.51.807s
5 Graham Kennedy - 1.52.308s
6 Raymond Casey - 1.53.860s
7 Paul Gartland  - 1.55.982s
8 Paul Cranston - 1.56.407s
9 David Murphy - 1.58.148s
10 Eric Wilson - 1.58.208s
11 Dean Campbell - 1.59.058s
12 Stephen McKnight  - 1.59.343s
13 Alan Connor - 1.59.451s
14 Alan Johnston - 2.00.359s
15 Donald MacFadyen - 2.05.050s
16 Stephen Degnan - 2.09.326s

Road Racing Daily 2018 Enniskillen Road Races - Race Order

 

ENNISKILLEN ROAD RACES: 29TH AND 30TH JUNE

 

The Enniskillen and District Motorcycle Club will host the 1st Enniskillen Road Races on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th June 2018.

 

Roads close on Friday from 12pm-9pm and on Saturday from 10am-7pm. 

 

ENNISKILLEN ROAD RACES - RACE ORDER

 

Race 1: McGirr Fuels Junior Support

 

Race 2: Erne Insurance Supersport Race 1

 

Race 3: Joey’s Bar MCC Moto3 - 125 GP Race

 

Race 4: Devenish Bar - Senior Support*

 

Race 5: Open Race 201-1010cc

 

Race 6: Oliver Weir - Junior Classic Races: (C) up to 250cc. Vaughan Lawnmower Services - Junior Classic Races (D) 251-350cc

 

Race 7: Armstrong Engineering 650cc Supertwin Race 6 laps

 

Race 8: Enniskillen Tyres - Lightweight Supersport  Race 201-401 (inc GP250cc)

 

Race 9: Euro Auctions Supersport Race 2

 

Race 10: Robert Pritchard Senior Classic Races (A) 351-500cc. Enniskillen Motorcycles Senior Classic Races (B) 501-1000cc

 

Race 11: Richard Britton Memorial Race - 590-1010cc

 

Sponsored by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council. This event is part funded by Fermanagh and Omagh District Council.

Road Racing Daily Enniskillen 100 Road Races gets title sponsor

 

COUNCIL ANNOUNCES TITLE SPONSORSHIP OF ENNISKILLEN ROAD RACES

The Chairman of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council, Councillor Howard Thornton, today announced the Council’s sponsorship of the Enniskillen Road Races. Taking place on Friday 29 and Saturday 30 June, Enniskillen Road Races will bring road racing back to Enniskillen after a break of 66 years.

The race schedule will see a full day of practices on the Friday with roads closing from 12 noon to 9pm and on Saturday from 10am, when there will be an 11 Race Program with the Richard Britton Memorial Race to be the showcase of the day. Set in the shadow of Cuilcagh Mountain, the 3-mile circuit has a ‘little bit of everything’ ranging from wide fast straights with sweeping corners to blind jumps.

Speaking about the Council’s sponsorship of the Enniskillen Road Races, Councillor Thornton said: 

“The Council is delighted to be working in partnership with Enniskillen and District Motorcycle Club on this event which has the capacity to attract significant numbers of visitors to the area over the course of the weekend. The event also provides us with the opportunity to showcase the district to a new audience enabling our tourism product to be promoted to a wider market. Such events will generate income for our local businesses through significant spending, particularly in the service and retail sector through the provision of accommodation and food retail outlets. 

I understand that the Enniskillen Road Race will be the only event of its kind in the west. Enniskillen is the ideal location as it is effectively the gateway to the North, South, East and West and I look forward to welcoming the many visitors who I am confident will find their way to our district for the event in the last weekend in June.”

Enniskillen and District Motorcycle Club said: 

“We are delighted to welcome Fermanagh and Omagh District Council as our title sponsor for the Enniskillen Road Races. We look forward to working together to showcase the county and bring back a ‘no frills, just pure road racing’ event to the area. Riders from all over Ireland north and south will compete at the event with riders from as far as Germany and England and we are hopeful to put on a show as never seen in this area before. We are proud to bring motorcycle racing back to the area and with visitors already coming from as far as South Africa and Australia we hope we can encourage locals from the area to come and support this event.”

The original Enniskillen 100 was a well-known and prestigious racing event with 17 races taking place between 1929 and 1952. In 2012, Enniskillen and District Motorcycle Club established the Enniskillen 100 at St Angelo Airport, Enniskillen, as a commemorative event which moved to�championship status the following year. After four years of successful championship racing at St Angelo, Enniskillen and District Motorcycle Club is now bringing road racing back to the district at the end of June.�
For further information on Enniskillen Road Races please
�visit www.enniskillenroadraces.co.uk.

Pictured in the photo: FODC Chairman Cllr Howard Thornton, MCUI-UC Chairman John McAllister, EDMCC Chairman Rodney Shaw, FODC Director Robert Gibson, EDMCC Club and Race Secretary Fiona Ferris EDMCC Vice Chairman Trevor Kennedy EDMCC Club Member and Road Racer Melissa Kennedy EDMCC Club members Francie Corrigan, Robert Pritchard, Marcus Leslie, Les Graydon. 

Photo credit: Philip Mccammon

Road Racing Daily Enniskillen Road Races

ENNISKILLEN ROAD RACES REAWAKENED

 

The border county of Fermanagh will once again be treated to the thrills of motorcycle racing on closed public roads.

 

The Enniskillen and District Motorcycle Club (Road Racing) Ltd is delighted to launch the 1st Enniskillen Road Races on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th June 2018.

 

Its 66 years since the original ‘Enniskillen 100’ ran on the old 5-mile circuit. Fast forward to June and the enthusiastic club are hosting a ‘no frills, just pure road racing’ event which we hope to be an annual fixture on the Road Racing calendar. Set in the shadow of Cuilcagh Mountain, the 3-mile circuit that has a ‘little bit of everything’ ranging from wide fast straights with sweeping corners to blind jumps along narrow tree lined routes is only a few miles from the now famous stairway to heaven walk over Marble Arch Geopark and Lough Erne and local marinas.

 

The race schedule will see a full day of practices on the Friday with roads closing from 12 – 9, with a full grid of newcomers its set to be a busy day. On Saturday there will be an 11 Race Program with the Richard Britton Memorial Race to be the showcase of the day. Richard is the main reason the club were able to move forward with our plans with the funds raised thanks to the tribute film which was commissioned by the club and produced and directed by Colin James to mark the 10th anniversary of his untimely passing.

 

Riders from all over Ireland north and south will compete at the event with riders from as far as Germany and England. We believe that the rider at the back is every bit as important as the rider at the front we are hopeful to put on a show as never seen in this area before. We are proud to bring motorcycle racing back to the area and as it was during the last race in 1952 it will again have the ‘old school’ approach and the local community are looking forward to the event.

The Club have successfully run short circuit events at St Angelo and will continue running the two events on an annual basis.

 

The club have been working for 3 years to get the event up and running and are grateful for the support of the local community group, land owners, Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and the Department for Infrastructure.

 

We appeal for everyone to support the Enniskillen Road Race by purchasing a programme - your support will make the event a permanent fixture.

 

The club have been working for 3 years to get the event up and running and are grateful for the support of the local community group, land owners, Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and the Department for Infrastructure.

 

We appeal for everyone to support the Enniskillen Road Race by purchasing a programme - your support will make the event a permanent fixture.

 

OFFICIAL RACE SPONSORS

 

The Club warmly welcomes Fermanagh and Omagh District Council as event sponsors and look forward to showcasing the county. Special thanks to Ian Davidson, Arts and Heritage.

Thanks to:

 

Euro auctions - Race sponsor and safety partner, Motul Oil, Raleigh Agencies and the Three way inn, Gilleece contracts, Greentown Environmental, BJT Hire, Digger mats Trillick, Roy Armstrong Engineering, Warren Braund, Dylan Leonard, Skip Services Enniskillen Cleenish Community Group, Enniskillen Bid and all other sponsors who have helped contribute to this event.

 

List of Race Sponsors

 

Race 1:

McGirr Fuels Junior Support - More than 40 years in coal and fuel delivery.

 

Race 2:

Erne insurance Supersport Race 1, local based insurance company in Irvinestown

 

Race 3:

Joeys Bar MCC Moto 3 – It’s an honour to have the support of this club who help keep road racing alive by sponsoring riders and making further contributions to the sport.

 

Race 4:

Devenish Bar Senior Support – Owned by Melanie & Martin McGovern the Devenish bar is one of Enniskillen premier night spots, “A warm welcome awaits you at the Devenish Bar, Darling Street, Enniskillen.

 

Race 5:

Open Race – sponsorship still available

 

Race 6:

Junior Classic up to 250 cc sponsored by Adrian Neal Classic Wheels Junior Classic 251 to 350cc sponsorship still available

 

Race 7:

Enniskillen Tyres Lightweight Supersport – Fermanagh’s newest Tyre Depot. 

 

Race 8:

The Euro Auctions Super sport race 2 - Founded in Dromore, Northern Ireland, by Derek Keys and his brothers, Euro Auctions has been built through hard work and remains a family run business.

 

Race 9:

Senior Classic 351 to 500cc Sponsored by Robert Pritchard

 

Senior Classic 501 to 1000cc sponsored by Enniskillen Motorcycles - Family run business and  road race followers for many years, dealer for Arai, RST, Agv plus many more.

 

Race 10:

Super twins – sponsorship still available

 

Race 11:

Richard Britton Memorial Race – Feature race of the day

 

Thanks also to the help of dedicated Club Members we have been able to put together what promises to be a first-class event in 2018. The other companies and individuals who have helped the Club, in either a financial or material way, to make the Enniskillen Road Races happen, are also greatly appreciated. We’d like to acknowledge the Officials, Time-Keepers, First Aid, Marshals, Flag Marshals, Press, etc without who we couldn’t run the event. To these, and many others, the Club owes a great deal of thanks and if we have left anyone out we can only apologise.

Road Racing Daily Enniskillen Road Races

After an absence of 66 years since the last road race was held in Fermanagh, the Enniskillen 100 is now back on the road racing calendar and will be held on the 29th and 30th of June, 2018. 

 

The Enniskillen 100 was a prestigious road racing meeting held between 1929 and 1952, where 17 races were held on the six and a quarter mile triangular circuit.

 

The club set up the commemorative Enniskillen 100 revival event held at St Angelo and after four hugely successful years the Enniskillen and District Motorcycle Club (Road Racing) Ltd has the go ahead for their 2018 roads event. 

 

Follow EDMCC on Twitter @dig4lroy for further updates. 

 

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