The North Armagh Motorcycle and Car Club are anticipating a safer days racing as well as new lap records in all classes in the forthcoming Tandragee 100 with the news that there will be substantial re surfacing work on the circuit.
After successful lobbying by the Club, Department for Regional Development minister Danny Kennedy MLA recently announced that the whole of the Cooley Hill section of the circuit will be resurfaced in time for the 2013 races on 3rd & 4th May 2013.
This notoriously bumpy section of the track will be completely resurfaced, as will other smaller sections of the track, thereby improving not just rider safety, but also road surface conditions for local residents.
This is part of the Clubs ongoing commitment to rider and spectator safety, coupled with the already extensive safety plan, this can only be good for everyone involved.
The Club would like to express their appreciation for the help given by Minister Kennedy and all at the DRD.
To enhance safety, the Club would also like to welcome a new sponsor for this year’s race, Hudson Trailers, who are based on the circuit on Cabragh Rd., in line with the promotion of safety first and foremost, Hudson Trailers will be sponsoring the part of the St John’s Ambulance Services over the weekend of the meeting. For further details on Hudson Trailers extensive range of trailers, visit www.hudsontrailers.co.uk
Entries are now open for the event and the Club look forward to the support of the motorcycling fans, and local fans as well for a great family day out.
For further information regarding the event, please visit www.tandragee100.com.uk