Up Next.

As the season begins to enter its final rounds there are now only 4 more meetings that I will be attending before the curtain comes down on a fantastic 2019.

Richie Harrison will, injury permitting, be wildcarding with NGRRC this Saturday.

Up next is the first of two trips to the beautiful Cheshire circuit of Oulton Park where Richie Harrison will be aiming to be in the mix with the regular front-runners on the Myerscough College Kawasaki 400 that has performed so well this year at 3 Sisters. Also in attendance will be SPR Racing and the Suzuki powered #56 machine that last time out obliterated the 1.10.00 target that Steve and Dave had set themselves at Darley Moor, different targets and challenges lie in wait for them at a bigger circuit and with bigger grids and it promises to be a spectacular day of racing.

Steve & Dave will be chasing a new PB at Oulton Park on Saturday.

After that we head into October and the final round of the PDMCC Championship which once again has provided some fantastic racing on the tight and twisty circuit in Wigan and with titles now on the line and no second chances we will once again be treated to some tremendous wheel-to-wheel racing.

Titles on the line in Wigan and the PDMCC championship.

The following weekend is another epic solo mission to Darley Moor for the ‘Stars’ round where the regular runners and riders will be joined by a number of the current BSB paddock for a full day of practice on Saturday and racing all day Sunday, I’ll be there from Friday afternoon before breaking camp on Monday for the journey home and then there remained just one!

Thundersport GB will be the final meeting of the year and sadly due to noise restrictions and only a certain number of Sundays given to racing at Oulton the meeting will only run over one day (Testing on Friday for those that can make it) but that means DOUBLE POINTS and with plenty of crowns and titles yet to be decided it promises to be a frantic, action packed day.

Ryan Garside will be hoping all the hard work pays off as he looks to clinch the Golden Era Steelsport title.

So at 6pm on Saturday, 2019 will be over and everyone will begin to focus on 2020.