Mondello Park Sports Club MEMBERSHIP FORM.
Mondello Park Sports Club, an affiliated club of Motorcycling Ireland, runs four Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship Events at Mondello Park.
The remaining three are run by the three Short Circuit organising clubs, Leinster Motor Club, Fingal Motor Club and the Irish Sidecar and Motorcycle Racing Supporters Club.
Entries for all events are handled by Mondello Park through their new on-line entry system.
Before entering a Masters event all riders must register for the championship. Registration is free and the information provided will be used as part of our Tyre control regulations for Supersport. For all other classes registration information will be used in order to help us communicate with our competitors and to create each riders on-line entry system profile. To register for the championship CLICK HERE.
Entry packages are available for riders who wish to pay for all seven events in advance, as are packages combining entry fees with garage rental and testing. To avail of these offers please contact the Mondello Park office on 045-860200.
Superbike & Supersport €195
All other classes, two day entry fee €175
All other classes, Saturday only entry fee €110
To encourage junior riders to compete at the Masters, entry fees for Junior riders competing in the Production 125 – 350cc class will be €125 for a two day event or €80 for a Saturday only event. To qualify for this entry fee riders must be sixteen or under on the day of the event they are entering.
ENTRY FORMS & REGULATIONS
For all Masters events an automated system is now in use. Details of how to use this system are below along with a link to the on-line entry system. All competitors should received their login details by email, if you do not have a login please contact Mondello Park on +353-(0)45-860200.
As our entry system is now automated event regulations will be posted here for competitors to print off. It is the responsibility of competitors to read the event regulations prior to entering an event.
Printable event regulations