Entries still open for NEMCRC finale and Ian Bell Memorial meeting


NORTH East club bosses are gearing up for a bumper finale in Scotland next weekend as they head to East Fortune for their last round of the season.

And for riders looking to squeeze in one last round, chiefs are still accepting entries with big bikes, supersports, stocktwins, pre-injections, sidecars, CB500s and more on tap.

Last time the club hit East Fortune back in May, it was Wayne Humble who swept to a hat-trick with victory in the Open and 600 classes while Daniel Good, David Suddes, Scott Campbell, Jodie Chalk, Aran Sadler and Alan Armstrong were among the other winners.

This time around, champions will be decided along with the winner of the 2019 Ian Bell Memorial trophy for outfits.

Current Scottish Sidecar champs Gordon Shand and Tony Belsey took the win last season, but it’s anyone’s guess who will take home this year’s trophy with a strong entry list looking to stop their title defence.

Entry forms for the October 12-13 meeting are available at nemcrc.co.uk and chiefs ask that they be emailed to rsnemcrc@gmail.com as soon as possible.

*Image: KGM Photos

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