CRMC Pembrey finale axed amid new ‘lockdown’ restrictions

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CLASSIC racers will be forced to abandon the remainder of their 2020 season after next weekend’s final round at Pembrey has been cancelled.

The club’s Race of the Year meeting was set to run at the Welsh circuit on September 26 and 27 behind closed doors, but a decision was announced today to axe the event in the interest of safety.

Despite discussions over possible options, new lockdown restrictions imposed this week in areas of the United Kingdom to combat the spread of coronavirus left organisers no choice but to abandon the races.

“We are extremely disappointed to have to postpone the Classic Racing Motorcycle Club’s annual visit to Pembrey this year,” said Phil Davies, Pembrey Circuit Manager.

“Along with the CRMC, we looked at all options regarding running the event however given how fluid the situation is regarding restrictions around the country it made sense to sadly cancel the meeting.”

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