CRMC News Blog 

We hope you like this new format News Blog, where we'll post the latest news, updates and information about the Classic Racing Motorcycle Club. In the menu on the left, it is easy to browse previous articles in archive postings, or jump straight to tagged topics. 
If you want to see the old Latest News page click here. We are working on moving the old articles across to this News Blog over the next few weeks for ease of reference 
CRMC News Blog

Posts tagged “Race News”

Bookings for the Croft test day on Friday 7th July are now being taken by the circuit office. If you made a provisional booking with CRMC at Cadwell you need to re-book with Croft. To book your place call the circuit office on 01325 721815 between 9am and 3pm. Test fees are £110 for the full day. Each group will be allocated six 20 minute sessions. See Croft website and click on bike test days for information. 
The limited number of pit garages at Croft have been taken up by the official CRMC Sponsors as part of their sponsorship package, and on this occasion there are none for hire. 
On behalf of Richard Justice and his family, many thanks to all who contributed to the raffle that raised £1013 at the CRMC Mallory Park weekend. Thanks also to all those that organised the raffle and in particular Alison Warwick and Fran Fletcher. 
Photo of Richard leading the warm up lap of the Junior Production race in honour of his brother John who died suddenly earlier in the month. 
Photo courtesy Sport Pics
Photo courtesy Sport Pics. 
CRMC haven't been to Mallory since 2012, and then that included the unloved 'Edwina Chicane', but this time, the CRMC requested permission from the ACU to allow us to race without, a whole new set of lap records to come...! And some good, fast racing at Mallory Park! 
No Edwina chicane at Mallory for the CRMC
Saturday evening entertainment at Pembrey 
Sidecar arrangements for the Pembrey test day 14th April . 
Snetterton serves up some excellent racing to start the 2017 CRMC race season...and a special guest in the form of our good friend Alex George, ex TT champion, Grand Prix racer and all-round good chap, who couldn't resist the temptation of some good ol' classic bike racing, despite the cold and weather. Thanks for coming Alex and congratulating some of our worthy winners on the podium 
The RAFMSA Classic Racing Motorcycle Team are clear for take off and the 2107 race season.  
Good Friday test day announced ahead of the CRMC's Easter weekend meeting 
Historic Simson AWO machines to race for the first time ever in the UK