Road Racing, the North West 200 is back – the 2022 schedule

Road Racing, the North West 200 is back – the 2022 schedule

After two difficult years, next year will finally see the return of the majority of the famous Irish road races, with nine National events on the calendar. The season begins with the Cookstown 100 and ends with Armoy in late July

After what has been a very complicated 2020 and 2021 for the world of road racing, with only a handful of events running over the two years (only Cookstown 100 taking place in both years) and none of the key races, 2022 will finally mark the return of a good number of Irish National Road Races.

As usual, the season will kick off with the Cookstown 100, followed closely by the Tandragee 100. The North West 200 is scheduled for mid-May and will come ahead of the long-awaited Tourist Trophy, while the "grand finale" will play out in Armoy over the last weekend of July, for a season comprising nine events, plus the TT.

These events will be supplemented by the International Road Racing Championship and the Macau GP, back in 2022 after its cancellation this year.

The 2022 National Road Racing calendar

22-23 April: Cookstown 100

29-30 April: Tandragee 100

10-14 May: North West 200

18-19 June: Kells

25-26 June: Munster 100

2-3 July: Skerries

9-10 July: Walderstown

16-17 July: Faugheen 50

29-30 July: Armoy

Translated by Heather Watson

Dakar 2022, Carlos Checa to take part

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