CRMC DOCUMENT LIBRARY
Last updated 21/03/2019
Here are all the forms you need to join the Classic Racing Motorcycle Club, apply for CRMC Machine Eligibility. Entry forms for 2019 should be ready in late February 2019. Downloadable forms are available wherever you see a green text link >
2019 CRMC Eligibility Forms
FIM Europe Vintage Cup Forms
CRMC Race and Entry Packs
A new Race Office system is currently being developed, which will streamline all aspects of race entry and adimistration. Further details will be published during February, but entries for the first race at castle Combe will only be using the paper entry form. Click here to contact the Race Entry Secretary for your pack.
if you want to race with the CRMC, you should read the Race Regulations and complete the Race Entry Form for the event you want to enter.
If you want to parade with the CRMC, you should read the PR6 Parade Regulations and complete the PR6 Entry Form for the event you want to enter.
CRMC events are very popular so we recommend you enter all events at the beginning of the year. You can either complete all your entry forms online, or download them all and post them to the Entry Secretary. This is a good way of helping to secure your entry and reducing the chances of being a reserve.
Changes for 2019
For 2019, we are introducing a NEW formula for Ducati Superbikes, which has been discussed with many members who are interested in growing the superbike grids. Formula rules are intended to give clear information about what is eligible, but if you have any questions about this or anything else, please contact the Eligibility Officer:
For Classic bikes (pre-1972 4 strokes, pre-1968 2 strokes): John Davidson
For Post Classic Grand Prix and Production bikes: Dave Grigson
For Post Classic Clubman & Superbike: Ron Hart
For 2019, we are developing Period 4, for sidecars with certain Production-based engines up to 750cc and specified GP engines up to 500cc. Full details are contained in Part 14 of the Eligibility Booklet 2019.
Eligibility questions about about Sidecars? Contact: Ian Johnson