KMSC & Scottish Championship Finale this weekend

After a short sabbatical, the Knockhill Events schedule moves into its Autumn programme this weekend as we welcome both 2 and 3 wheeled action back to Knockhill Racing Circuit. Joining us this weekend is the British F2 Sidecar Championship who’ll be on track for two Championship point-scoring races this weekend – one 18 lap race on Saturday and the final 18 lap race of the 2021 season on Sunday.

We’ll also have action from the Scottish/KMSC sidecars to add to the thrill and excitement on the day. And, rounding out a memorable weekend of Sidecar racing will be the Jock Taylor Memorial Trophy race – with both Scottish/KMSC and F2 Championship competitors set to compete.

Looking ahead, it’s a busy old weekend of race action as the 2021 SACU & KMSC titles come to a dramatic conclusion. We’ll have nine main Championship classes racing over the course of this weekend with several sub-classes amalgamated into the action. Warm up and qualifying action will take place on Saturday morning, all the way through to lunchtime. Thereafter, we’ll be racing all the way to approximately 6pm each day.

KMSC Highlights from July/August

With several Scottish and KMSC titles still up for grabs, this weekend will undoubtably see some close, hard racing as the elite competitors in each class aim to stake their claims on the 2021 Scottish and KMSC Championship trophies.

In the top of the bill Superbike and Clubman class sponsored by Shirlaw’s, it’s a two-way tussle at the top of the standings; with Callum Grigor coming into the final weekend of the season with a 30 point advantage over Greg Gilfillan. The two of them raced side by side last time out across the whole weekend and we’d expect to see a similar kind of encounter to unfold at the season finale. Meanwhile, Willie Monie and Sean Gilfillan will be keen to capitalise on any on-track mistakes that either of the leading duo make over the course of five races this weekend.

There are similar battles set to unfold throughout the field, and as always, the best place to see all the action unfold is trackside this weekend. Spectator tickets can be booked online via the Knockhill website 24/7. We’d encourage everyone to pre-book in advance, however, if you simply want to wait until the day to book your tickets, then just head on up and our gate-staff will sort your admission.

Tickets are priced at: Adults £15, Conc. £10 and Family £40.
Kids under 12 go free.

You can find out more info about this weekend via the
Knockhill Events website.

Book tickets here.