The dates for the only road race in 2020 have been confirmed today.
The Cookstown 100 will be the only major road racing event to run in 2020 after the COVID-19 pandemic forced a cancellation to the Isle of Man TT, North West 200 and Ulster Grand Prix’s.
The event is scheduled to take place on September 11-12 while Spectator numbers will be restricted to 1,000 on Friday and 1,600 on Saturday and only in designated areas.
The event is scheduled to be a “closed event”, with online booking allowing organisers to follow the Coronavirus guidelines in place.
Race teams will be restricted to two riders and their personnel to remain in the paddock at all times, while the spectators will have their own designated spectator points – 10 around the 1.7-mile circuit.
These areas will allow a maximum number of spectators in each so that any regulations in respect to mass gatherings in one area can be maintained and managed.