Changes afoot for Isle of Man TT Lighweight class?

In IOMTT, News, Roads

NEW Isle of Man TT regulations could be on the way after chiefs have proposed a review of the Lightweight class for 2021 – and you can have your say.

With machines just north of 650cc becoming more and more prevalent, as well as the Krämer supermono’s club assault in recent years, it’s possible that displacement and cylinder requirements could well change.

The IOM Government Department for Enterprise and ACU Events Ltd will be looking at possible changes to the technical regulations for the Supertwin-dominated class after the upcoming season, and are keen to hear from interested parties.

Promoters and race organisers are encouraging those who wish to contribute to the review process to email

They say it is their intention to publish any revisions to the technical regulations for the 2021 Lightweight TT Race during the 2020 Isle of Man TT Races to provide adequate development time for any potential new machines.

*Image: Ellan Vannin Images

You may also read!

North West 200 reveals third Superbike race

SUPERBIKE fans at the North West 200 can look forward to a bit of history as Superbikes are set


CB500s and PI 750s to race at Aberdare Park

A HOST of new machinery could be lining up on the grid at Aberdare Park this year as chiefs


Harrison and Silicone Engineering Racing confirm 2020 roads plans

THE Silicone Engineering Racing team has revealed its road racing plans for 2020 after confirming Dean Harrison for another


Mobile Sliding Menu