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Old 02-09-2010, 07:40 AM
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Much-More Racing UK are pleased to announce their 2010 GP race will take in 3 venues this year, covering Scotland, Northern Ireland and England.

The first round of the series will be held on 28-30 May at the superb Stonehaven track near Aberdeen. Following last year’s success in Northern Ireland, round 2 is again at the fantastic Ballymoney circuit on 9-11 July. The final round, on 13-15 August will be at Carlisle making the choice of English venue easily accessible to racers attending the first two rounds.

The GP meetings have brought together racers from all around the world and delivered some of the closest racing ever seen in the UK. The 2010 series will be the best yet.

Andy Moore, Chris Grainger, Elliott Harper and Olly Jefferies have all taken the GP title in previous years. With the best 3 out of 3 rounds to determine the Series Champion in 2010, competition will be fierce to determine the winner of the Much-More UK Cup.

For further information and to download an entry form, visit http://www.muchmoreracing.com.

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Old 02-23-2010, 06:12 AM
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Ballymoney Northern Ireland Round details

Hi all, Below you will find some of the dtails regarding leg 2 of the Muchmore UK Grand Prix Series which will be held at the Superb facility in Ballymoney Northern Ireland, if anyone needs anymore details that are not covered below please do not hesitate to contact me through pm or at [email protected]

The Outdoor facility is located in a small town about an hour north of belfast with easy access from ferry's, flights ect.

Alan Bickerstaff is taking care of accomodation, those that were in attendance last year will remember we booked out a holiday village, We will be looking at doing the same this year so if anyone is intrested in a bed in one of the many houses you can contact myself or Alan Bickerstaff to book your place. Last year we booked out 4 houses and it worked out at £19.00 per person per night. The cost will be roughly the same again this year.
Camping will be allowed trackside, located close to the town centre it will provide easy access to food, drink, shops ect ect. If you would like to camp on site for the weekend you can contact myself at [email protected] to book your camping space.
There are also alot of small B&B's located within the town or surrounding area.

I have had a look at some of the flight costs to give you some idea of cost. We are happy to arrange a pick up / drop off to and from the airport so there will be no need for rental cars.

London Gatwick - Belfast International

Firday 9th July
Departs 08.20 Arrives 09.45 £36.00
Sunday 11th July
Departs 19.35 Arrives 20.55 £33.99

Liverpool - Belfast International

Firday 9th July
Departs 07.00 Arrives 07.50 £22.99
Sunday 11th July
Departs 21.45Arrives 22.30 £22.99

Birmingham - Belfast International

Firday 9th July
Departs 07.00 Arrives 08.15 £6.04
Sunday 11th July
Departs 21.20 Arrives 22.30 £6.04

East Midlands - Belfast International

Firday 9th July
Departs 07.05 Arrives 08.05 £0.04
Sunday 11th July
Departs 18.05 Arrives 19.05 £0.04

Stenaline will also take you directly into belfast from a number of locations, a car and 4 people works out around £60.00 each.

Race Format:

Friday Practice 10AM - Dark
Saturday Superstock / 10.5
Sunday Open Modified
Day to day format TBC


2 sets per day (class - can use saturday sets on Sunday) + 1 practice set
Broken wheels to be replaced at race directors discretion
Control tyres can be pre-booked, some available on site, £20 a set,
Control Tyre TBA in the next month


BRCA motor & weight limits apply.

Entry forms available on Much More website

It is shaping up to be a great weekend with entries already appearing.

I am sure you are aware that this year there is a series running with 3 out of 3 to count (Scottish, Irish and English GP's), all events promise to be excellent and well attended!

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