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Classic Racing Motorcycle Club

Racing motorcycles from a bygone era

The Classic Racing Motorcycle Club (also known as  CRMC) is dedicated to the preservation and use of   postwar racing and sports machines.   Close racing, full grids and friendly race paddocks  at the best racing circuits throughout the UK -  CRMC race weekends offer riders, officials and  spectators a memorable taste of racing from a  golden bygone era. 
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Last updated: 21/09/2014
Results of the Avon King of the Classics Championship 2013 - Click Here
We are always keen to hear from people wanting to marshal. If you want to get involved and like to watch close racing, please contact our Chief Marshal, Ann Mallett on 07831 853032 or email Marshals receive £15 a day towards expenses.

The Final Round!

Snetterton 11th & 12th October

Championships will be decided and the CRMC season closes with

the Race of the Year round at Snetterton

The end of the season always produces great racing. With full entries for most races,this year will be no exception. The Race of the Year format will see two races for each championship on Saturday to conclude the final positions and then each class will have a longer race on Sunday with special trophies. 

See the Events Page for more information soon

Cadwell Park 6th & 7th September

Full grids and the tight, undulating Lincolnshire circuit ensured that once again, Cadwell didn’t disappoint, with close and competitive racing. MyLaps race results and Championship results are available now - please click here
NEW! CRMC Members - Eric Parr CRMC Personal Accident Policy more info here

CRMC and the Joan Seeley Pain Relief Trust

Another job well done! Members of the CRMC have once again raised valuable funds for this worthwhile charity. The CRMC has once again been supporting the charity in 2014. Colin Seeley is the designer and builder of the Seeley chassis which has become so popular with Classic racers that Seeley bikes are the most numerous make of classic bike registered with the CRMC. Colin Seeley was presented with a cheque for £2,000, which was raised by the generous sidecar crews and their novel “taxi-rides” at CRMC Donington in August, when members of the public could get a chance to experience being a passenger in a racing sidecar!  Thanks to everyone involved, everyone had a great time and raised money for this worthwhile cause. Click here to go to the Joan Seeley Pain Relief Memorial Trust website
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