RRI October 2021
The October 2021 issue of Road Racing Ireland is available to order now!
Inside this month:
The organisers of the 2021 Cookstown 100 endured a tough weekend, surviving eleventh hour attempts by the MCUI to stop the race, a huge crash in the Supersport race and a controversial finale that saw most of the leading riders sit out the feature event, to provide an action packed weekend of road racing. Read our ten page coverage of the event.
The battle between WSBK rivals Jonathan Rea and Toprak Razgatlioglu reached new heights at Portimao as both men ended up in the gravel trap in their no quarter given battle for the 2021 world title.
Last month’s IRRC season finale at Frohburg in Germany saw the 2021 victors don their new crowns. RRI’s Andy Jordan was there to witness the action.
Alastair Seeley claims a title double in the 2021 USBK championship.
September saw Michael Dunlop add another racing success to his CV when he partnered former North West 200 hero, Steve Plater to victory at the Goodwood Revival. RRI editor Stephen Davison was there to record the moment.
Richard Kerr has been competing in the British championships for the past six seasons. This year the Donegal rider has moved up into the Superstock series, impressing on the AMD Motorsport Honda as he gets to grips with a 1000cc machine for the first time in his career. We spent ten minutes with him.
Kevin Keyes shrugs off huge smash to seal Mondello Supersport title.
During the Seventies and early Eighties Conor McGinn was making his mark amongst the legendary names of the Armoy Armada and Dromara Destroyers before his career suffered the cruellest of blows. RRI’s Jack Corry relives the glory days of one of Ireland’s greatest road racing champions.
Plus much more including BSB, MotoGP and Paddock Gossip.