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Skerries 100 Road Races 2019 preview

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Visit us at the Skerries 100 Road Races 2019

Date:  Saturday 6 July (practice) and Sunday 7 July (racing)
Venue: Skerries, North County Dublin

Admission: Weekend pass: €25 (under 16s – free)

Join us for great craic at the Skerries 100 Road Races 2019!

Road racing has been thrilling the crowds at Skerries for more than 70 years, but 2019 should be even more special – it’s the first year Carole Nash has attended the Skerries 100 Road Races!

So join the thousands of visitors from across Ireland, the UK and even further afield at this glorious 48 hours of road racing in these picturesque surrounds. You won’t be disappointed, especially when you see the riders blazing towards Finnegan’s Corner!

A weekend pass gets you full access to the course, riders’ paddock and grandstands, as well as a souvenir race programme. And with hundreds of children attending every year, you can be guaranteed it’s a family-friendly event from start to finish.

What’s scheduled for the Skerries 100 Road Races 2019?

As ever, it’s a packed weekend of racing action. And once you’ve arrived in Skerries, everything you need will be just a stone’s throw away.

Tuck into the tastiest offerings from the local food vendors – including the ever-popular ice cream man – while enjoying the (fingers crossed) glorious weather.

Don’t forget your cameras and autograph books, either. With riders milling with the watching fans as they prepare for the racing, there’ll be plenty of chance to pose with some of the most skilful motorcyclists around.

Say hello to Carole Nash at the Skerries 100 Road Races 2019

As ever, this year’s event is organised by Loughshinny Motorcycle Supporters Club. Carole Nash will be out in force handing out biking goodies and answering all your insurance questions. From the simple to the complex, fire away – we’re determined to help. You won’t be able to miss it!

One lucky visitor will also be going home with an extra bonus, thanks to our free prize draw. Top prize at the Skerries 100 Road Races is a €250 voucher redeemable against any Carole Nash bike or car insurance policy!

So don’t forget to come and say hello. We can’t wait to see you.

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