DARLEY Moor Motor Cycle Road Race Club’s 2011 season draws to a close this weekend with its traditional finale.
The two ten-lap ‘Stars at Darley’ races will see the Honda TT Legends Team of John McGuiness (Morecombe) and Keith Amor (Scotland); Irish Road Race star William Dunlop; Profile Racing’s Luke Stapleford (Sinope, Coalville); James McBride (Kettering), PB Motorsport; Tom Fisher (Nottingham) Team Green G&S Racing and the Buildbase BMW Superbike Team of Richard Cooper (Hucknell), Barry Burrell (Bishop Auckland) and Lee Jackson (Lincoln) all battling it out with Darley regulars.
In addition, with six Darley Moor champions still to be decided, there will be plenty of local action.
With the absence of Jamie Medhurst at recent rounds, Whaley Bridge’s James Ford has all but secured the Sound of Thunder Championship, holding an 18-point lead. If Medhurst returns this weekend he will need to win and Ford fail to score any points to be in with a chance of lifting the title.
Saturday practice will be between 10am and 5pm, with an untimed practice for Stars competitors between 2pm and 3pm. On Sunday, practice will start at 10am, with timed practice for the Stars races scheduled for 11.15am and the first race at noon.
For admission details and more race information, visit www.darleymoor.co.uk.