Knockhill chiefs announce bike racing return

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KNOCKHILL Motor Sports Club riders are set to return to action this summer as bosses reveal dates for the series’ comeback.

Following months of uncertainty thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic and permit suspensions by the sport’s governing body, it was thought that racing north of the border may be off for good this year.

But KMSC chiefs have allayed fears with their announcement today that the championship will make a welcome return in less than eight weeks’ time.

The club is set to be back on track on September 5-6 for a round of KMSC racing before a standalone date on September 20 for the Molson British Sidecars.

Club racers will then round out their season on October 3-4 with the final round at the Fife circuit.

Track officials have said they will soon be announcing which, if either, of the KMSC rounds will run in the reverse direction.

The news comes just hours after the SACU made the move to axe its 2020 Scottish Road Racing championship, meaning the Scots will be forced to wait until 2021 to crown their two and three-wheeled national title holders.

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