Andreas Racing Association introduces online entries

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FOR the first time in the Isle of Man racing club’s history, competitors will be able to enter Andreas Racing Association events online.

In anticipation of the ARA’s first race of 2017 on Sunday, March 26, entries can now be submitted through

Racers will be required to register on the website to view the event information and use the online entry system, and club secretary Jane Anderson reckons the process is simple and takes only a couple of minutes.

“On behalf of Andreas Racing Association we would like to say a big thank you to Isle of Man Entries Online for all the hard work that has been put in to get this online facility,” Anderson said.

“As this is the first time we have used this online system please be gentle with us. It has been tested but if anyone has any teething problems please contact the website support by email –

The club cautions against the use of auto-complete or auto-fill with the forms, as this may result in errors and thus leave entries open to rejection by the organisers.

Payment is charged immediately with the submission of entry, and can be made via PayPal, credit or debit card.

Solo competitors may enter up to four classes online, and sidecar teams need to ensure that both driver and passenger details are recorded.

For direct enquiries, please contact Race Secretary Jane Anderson at or on 07624 238 815

*Note: for those who prefer paper/hard copy entry, printable forms are uploaded to the files section on the club’s Facebook page in both PDF & Word format.


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