BROADFORD’S Road Race Circuit at the State Motorcycle Sports Complex will host the Victorian Historic Road Racing Championships this weekend, April 2-3.
Motorcycle enthusiasts from across Australia are expected to flock to the historic road racing event with a wide range of types, ages and styles of bikes attracting a lot of attention.
The Victorian Historic Road Racing Championships will also host the F2 Sidecar Cup.
Last year’s star of the show Kilmore’s Chrissie Clancy will team up with seasoned rider Mick Alton in the signature event.
The Victorian titles will be held over four legs- two on Saturday and two on Sunday.
Bikes at the event will be from 1985 back to pre-war and will feature leading marques such as Indian, Harley, BSA, Norton and Triumph.
In all there are 220 entries ranging from 125cc to 1300cc – all will compete in the 60 events or one of the feature races.
Saturday morning will see practice and qualifying laps take place with racing commencing around 1pm and continuing again on Sunday.
The sidecars are sure to be an attraction again this year with over 40 entered. A bonus for enthusiasts is that pit access is available on both days to enable attendees to get up close and personal with these historic machines.
– North Central & Whittlesea Review
Watch what happened at last year’s Victorian Historic Road Racing Championships at Broadford with this awesome video here on MVTV: 2015 Victorian Historic Road Racing Championships.