Knockhill to resume track action this month

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BOSSES at Knockhill are set to welcome back two and three-wheeled machines this month as they announce a return to action.

Activity at the Scottish Circuit has been on hold since the tail end of March thanks to both Britain and Scotland’s minimised travel and activities, but with the new easing of restrictions revealed last week by Holyrood, bikes will soon be back on track.

Knockhill is set to reintroduce track time with a solo trackday on June 27 followed by a Marin Motorsport sidecar trackday on July 4.

And as circuit MD Jillian Shedden revealed today, there are more announcements on the horizon – which could mean the return of KMSC racing.

“…We’re working hard behind the scenes to get a revised schedule together for all Knockhill activities and as soon as we know more concrete dates, we will announce them,” Shedden said.

“In the meantime, please stay safe and we look forward to welcoming some 2 and 4 wheel action back to Knockhill in the near future.”

Meanwhile, an announcement from Scotland’s governing body for motorcycle sport – the SACU – on when clubs may be allowed to return to competition is expected in the coming days.

*Image: Jennifer Charlton

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