The 2019 MCI newcomers assesment day, which all first time licence applicants must attend takes place at Mondello Park on March 9th. Entries for this day are not being taken by Mondello Park and a re not available through our on-line entry system. Instead entries must be returned to the address on the entry form which can be downloaded from HERE.
Technical regulations for all classes racing at Masters events are as per the MCI technical regulations included in the MCUI Standing Regulations for Road Races and Short Circuits.
The Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship competitor information pack and has been updated on January 23rd 2019. The 2019 Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship sporting regulations will be posted here once they are approved by the MCI Short Circuit committee.
The info pack, which can be accessed from the link at the bottom of the page, contains all you need to know about the 2019 Masters including any changes to the event format, entry and entry fee information.
The biggest changes are in the following sections:
3. Championship dates and classes. This section covers which classes will race at which events, with some classes not sticking to the standard 1 race on Saturday and 2 races on Sunday for all events.
6. Pre-Season Test Weekend.
8. Entry Fees; includes information on second entry discounts
Late Entries; covers the new arrangements for entry payments and late entry charges.
Entry & Testing Package prices; A new range of package discounts is available.
9. Garages; All free garage spaces have now been allocated, additional garages are still available to hire.
12. Supersport & Superbike Qualification and Grid positions – Race 3; Change of qualification for grids for race three in Superbike & Supersport.
Some classes are not competing at all events so competitors should note the sections on dates and classes.
Please also note that we are looking for information from all riders for our social media and web pages and info on this can be found in section 18.