Southern 100 set to go ahead in 2021

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BOSSES of the Southern 100 are forging ahead with plans to run next year’s Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Southern 100 Road Races.

But event chiefs have issued a warning that ongoing restrictions on the island could still fettle proceedings if Covid-19 rears its ugly head.

Organisers have asked that all competitors, officials, marshals and spectators to ensure that all accommodation bookings and travel arrangements are made changeable or refundable.

The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Limited has revealed that bookings made now will not be subject to amendment fees and are set to be fully refundable should events be rescheduled or axed.

The provisional dates for the 2021 Southern 100 are Monday to Thursday, July 12-15.

Full information and updates can be found on the club’s official website, www.southern100.com

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