WIRRAL 100 racers will go without an Anglesey meeting next month as club chiefs have been forced to axed their first round in Wales.
With continued uncertainty from the Welsh government regarding the return of motorsport amid the pandemic, tracks including Anglesey and Pembrey are uncertain if and when racing is permitted to return.
The club is still planning to hold its season opener at Oulton Park in a fortnight, but as for any action at its home across the border, it could be a much longer wait.
A statement from W100 bosses reads:
It is disappointing to announce that the continuing uncertainty over the Welsh authorities’ easing of the lockdown rules gives no clarity as to when motorsport events can restart, hence the club, guided by its discussions with the Anglesey circuit, has now cancelled the race meeting planned for 22 and 23 May.
There are indications that the Welsh rules will be relaxed in the foreseeable future and the Welsh circuits are hoping to be able to resume bike and car racing activities from June.
Wirral Hundred, therefore, will now focus on starting the Anglesey element of our season on 26 and 27 June.