Unfortunately we have to cancel this weekends meeting at Ringmer. A track inspection has just been carried out and with all the rain that has fallen this week the paddock is too wet for everyoneto get in and out without causing damage to the field and so the land owner has asked us to cancel the meeting to avoid unnecessary damage to his land. We would like to apologize for the inconvenience but it is out of our control.
Please note that camping at Shermanbury will be available from 16.00hrs on Saturday for this weekend's race meeting...
Please do not turn up before as the gates will be locked,there is Strictly NO PARKING on the main road...
All Children to keep off the Track whilst the Machinery is out working...
PLEASE NOTE: Due to restrictions applied by the land owner you must stay within the paddock area once at the venue, this includes ALL CHILDREN! Anyone found outside of the paddock area, this includes the wood area, the stream or the fields nearby, will be asked to leave the meeting without refund. The landowner has requested everyone stays in the paddock area and by not adhering, we could lose the track, this has been imposed due to vandalism and damage to land and property at the last meeting at this venue. Please check around/under your van for any rubbish and take home, please do not leave rubbish by your van for us to dispose of. Please adhere to this as the Landowner was going to ban all camping...
See you all at the weekend
Booking in for RD2 @ Shermanbury on Sunday 2nd April will open on Monday evening (20th) @ 7pm, as usual this is for members only until the following Monday.
Members only have until this Monday for priority booking in for next weekends meeting, RD1 @ Mildenhall. At 7pm on Monday evening it will open to visitors so don't leave it late and miss out, get booked in!
See you all there!!!
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Help us save UK Motorsport
Following the landmark ‘Vnuk’ case, the European Court of Justice has ruled that
national laws must be changed to ensure that all mechanically propelled vehicles
are insured for third-party losses regardless of type of use, in all places, at
This applies to everything from Formula One racing cars, to mobility scooters, to
antique trams and everything in-between (obviously includes all forms of
The UK Government opened a consultation on Wednesday 21st December, seeking views
on two proposed ways forward.You can read more here: www.fightvnuk.co.uk.
So how can you help? We have started a petition asking that HM Government under no
circumstances implements the 'Vnuk' judgement in a way that encompasses vehicles
involved in motor and motorcycle sport activities.
Can I ask you please to sign the petition to show the Government the strength of
support we have in Motorcycle sport and then please disseminate this email as far
and as wide as you can to all the Membership and likewise encourage all our
Licence Holders and anyone you know who rides motorcycles/enjoys the sport as a
competitor/official/spectator to sign the petition.
Gary Thompson MBE BEM