ROAD racing could be back at the Jurby South course after chiefs have revealed plans for three summer race dates in 2020.
The long-time former meeting was called off at the start of 2010 with road surface concerns along the 4.25-mile course just weeks before the Jurby South National Road Race was set to run.
After one of the coldest Manx winters for a generation, the government said it was then not in a position to carry out the necessary repairs in time for the event, with other routes being deemed as priority cases.
Now, however, repairs have been put in place and Andreas Racing Association chiefs are looking to bring the races back.
The proposed race dates kick off with a two-day meeting on May 23 and 24 before a second round on July 11 and the finale on August 15 and 16. The meetings are also set to feature the Three Legs of Mann Championship and the Classic Road Race Championship.
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