Experienced instructors and star riders.
Tyre changing services and spares will be available.
Technical support services.
Power points available for hire.
Deposits are non refundable within 14 days of the event with no option of credit transfers.
Gates open 8:00am
Sign on/group band collection will open 8:30am
Safety briefing 9:30am
Track activity 10am-5pm
Lunch break 1pm-2pm
Please note: There will be no access to circuit until the morning of the event
BISHOPSCOURT RACE CIRCUIT -
Address: Bishopscourt Racing Circuit, Lismore Road, Downpatrick BT30 7EY, United Kingdom
PH: +44 (0)28 4484 2202
Circuit type: Permanent road course
One of a handful of permanent circuits in Northern Ireland, Bishopscourt began life as a World War Two airfield and is now one of the premier facilities in the country, having undergone considerable investment in recent years. Now host to a bustling calendar of club and national races, the track has seen motorsport activity take place in two phases. On two wheels, the profile of the racing continued to grow, attracting some big names. In April 1971, Barry Sheene won the 200cc race on his 125cc Suzuki (no mean achievement!), while the following year saw Bishopscourt stage its first international event.
Bishopscourt Racing Circuit is located just outside Downpatrick in County Down, Northern Ireland. Belfast City Airport is around 55 minutes' drive away, while Belfast International is a little further, taking around 1h 10m to reach.
The circuit can be reached by heading south from Belfast on the A24/A7 to Downpatrick. Continue through the town centre and then head east following signs for Bishopscourt on the Ballyhornan Road.
See more information about the circuit here: http://www.bishopscourt.org
If deposit option is chosen full payment will be due on the morning of the event.
If you are new to track days, this is a great place to start! We are a friendly bunch of bike fanatics that race/raced at British & World Championship level. We are fully committed to personally looking after every newcomer to the group and we will make sure to give you tips and advice on how to get the best out of yourself and your motorbike while still remaining as safe as possible.
Novice, Intermediate, Advanced