KMSC and Scottish Championship Racing returns to Knockhill this weekend when we welcome the best bike racers in Scotland back to tackle the Knockhill anti-clockwise circuit. A bumper two-day, 28 race schedule will kick off on Saturday 31st July with warm up and qualifying for all classes. From lunchtime on Saturday we’ll be racing all the way through to Sunday evening, finishing at approximately 5pm each evening.
We’ve got another strong entry this weekend across the eight racing classes including triple race winner, Callum Grigor in the Superbike/Clubman class sponsored by Shirlaws Motorcycles. Elsewhere, we’ll also see the returns of race winning duo Lewis Paterson (Formula 600) and Ross McCulloch who also bagged a hatful of wins at the opening round in the highly competitive CB500 class.
With battles set to intensify this weekend as the top challengers in each class attempt to put together a strong run of results to cement their Championship aspirations for 2021 – we’ll likely see some close intense racing throughout the weekend. In the Scottish Lightweight class, Isle of Man TT and road racing specialist Jamie Coward stole the show last time out, however, he misses out this weekend leaving that top-step void to be filled by a new name this weekend – with Oliver Barr, Logan Turner, Owen Paterson and Grant Reid set to fight it out for those race wins and podiums.
This weekend will also see the return of sidecar action to Knockhill. These three-wheel machines bring their own unique style of racing to the track. If you haven’t witnessed sidecar racing before – let’s just say you’ll be in for an eye-opening experience.
The list of classes competing this weekend include:
- Scottish Sidecars
- Scottish Championship Lightweights
- Scottish Championship Formula 600s – Sponsored by Kirkcaldy Kawasaki
- Scottish CB500s
- Scottish Championship Superbikes & Clubman – Sponsored by Shirlaws
- Scottish Pre-Injection 600
- KMSC 125s/300s – Sponsored by BMW Motorrad Central
Tickets for the event can be booked online – with all e-tickets sent to your inbox for scanning at the gate on entry – available 24/7 even on the day of the event. We are still operating under Level 0 restrictions at Knockhill. This means that only 1000 spectators can attend the event, however, fans can access the paddock for the first time this season – please still be respectful of everyone’s personal space moving around any congested areas.
Hope to see you here this weekend.