RRI November 2021
Road Racing Ireland

RRI November 2021

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The November 2021 issue of Road Racing Ireland is available to order now!

Inside this issue:

Jack Kennedy cemented his claim as the most successful rider in the history of British Supersport racing when he secured the 2021 championship during the final round at Brands Hatch. The Dubliner tells RRI's Phil Wain how the title was won.

History repeats as Tarran Mackenzie lifts the 2021 BSB title.

Cameron Dawson becomes the British Junior Supersport Champion.

As the 2021 season draws to a close, the champions of motorcycle racing in Ireland and around the world will be crowned. Winning is the sport’s ultimate prize but for many victory may be only a remote possibility. RRI’s Stephen Davison and Maurice Montgomery visited the final meetings of the year at Bishopscourt and Mondello to explore Why We Race.

Rea versus Toprak goes down to the wire in the 2021 World Superbike Championship.

During a twelve season racing career, Con Law amassed a list of successes that would be the envy of any motorcycle racer. A Manx Grand Prix victory, two Isle of Man TT wins, four Irish road race titles and two short circuit championships were amongst his major achievements before serious injury brought his racing days to a premature end.

Clad in black from head to foot on his similarly liveried R1 Yamaha, Richie Ryan is an elusive figure who confines his race outings to the Superbike class at Kildare’s Mondello Park. RRI’s Stephen Davison enjoyed a rare conversation with the new 2021 champion who normally shuns interviews to do his talking on the track.

If you have ten minutes to spare catch up with James Hillier.

Ray Casey was a name that had started to make regular appearances in race reports before the action was stopped by the pandemic in 2020. Claiming the 2019 Dunlop Masters Supersport championship at Mondello Park and finishing fastest newcomer at that year’s Isle of Man TT races highlighted Casey’s potential but a ‘new delivery’ has forced the Cork man to hit the reset button on his racing career.

The Stars at Darley Moor meeting returned to the Derbyshire venue in October after a two year absence during the Coronavirus pandemic as Leon Jeacock became the new Star of Darley.

Plus much more.