The Tandragee 100 is the largest National Road Racing Event in Northern Ireland. It is held early in the racing season, usually in the first weekend in May, and the circuit is located in County Armagh between Tandragee, Markethill and Armagh.
It attracts approximately 180 competitors (or 300 entries) from around the globe. Spectators at the event number in excess of 10,000-15,000.
It's now a 2-day event with practicing on day 1 and racing on day 2. There are various classes ranging from the support classes, the smaller 125cc bikes, through to the larger 1000cc bikes. It's a culturally inclusive event in that all types of people from differing countries, cultures and walks of life are involved as competitors, officials or spectators many of whom stay overnight in the local area. The North Armagh Motorcycle & Car Club Ltd, which is affiliated to its governing body The Motor Cycle Union of Ireland (Ulster Centre), co-ordinates approximately 800 volunteers to run the event.
On Friday 1st May 2015 the public roads that make up the course are closed from 3.00pm; practice starts at 3.30pm and the roads open again at 9.30pm. On Saturday 2nd May 2015 the roads close from 10.00am; racing starts at 11.00am and the roads open again at 7.00pm.
This year we will have the following 8 separate races:-
A Open Race (201 –1010cc ) Non Championship - 6 laps
B Junior Support Race (201/400/650cc/Supertwin machines) (Irish/Ulster Championship)5 laps
C Supersport Race (Irish/Ulster Championship) - 6 laps
D Classic Race (a) up to 250cc (b) 251-350cc (c) 351-1000cc (Irish/Ulster Championship Race) - 5 laps
E Lightweight 125cc Race/450cc Singles /SS400* (Irish/Ulster Championship) 5 laps
F Senior Support Race (401-750cc machines excluding 650cc/Supertwins) (Irish/Ulster Championship Race) - 5 laps
G 250GP* & 650cc Twins* (Irish/Ulster Championship) - 5 laps
H Senior Open Race “Tandragee 100 Race” (Irish/Ulster Championship)- 7 laps
Parking and camping at the back of the paddock is free of charge. Food stalls are available in the paddock on the Saturday. Toilets are provided.
NB. As we do not have exact location information, this is a map of the local area.
Opening times:15:30 - 21:30 on (2nd May)
10:00 -19:00 on (3rd May)
Prices:Entry into the race area is free, however, the Club do ask spectators for a donation (however big or small) and to buy a Race Programme which costs £10. Access to grandstands costs £2 on Friday and £5 on Saturday.
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