Your Motorcycle Race Club in the North East
The North East Motorcycle Racing Club is based in the North East of England and is for all motorcycle racers, racing enthusiasts, supporters and fans. The club promotes and encourages road racing and motorcycle sporting interests for all enthusiast within the north east.
Join The North East’s leading racing motorcycle club as a racer, marshal, a spectator, or just a motorcycle racing enthusiast. Whatever your interest in Motorbike Racing you are welcome at the NEMCRC’s race meetings, social gatherings and events. Continue reading
The Club will be open on the following evenings from 7:45pm:
August 9th* and 23rd
September 6th* and 20th
* denotes the schedule for Committee Meetings however all NEMCRC Members and Guests are welcome
It is with great sadness that NEMCRC learned of the fatal accident to its Member, Craig Bell at the Wirral 100 Clubs meeting at Anglesey last weekend. Craig, a popular member who was well liked by all who came into contact with him, will be sadly missed.
Craig and partner Victoria, had spent a number of years in New Zealand working as a Heating Engineer. He resumed racing with the NEMCRC upon his return to England. There are tributes to Craig on the Wirrall 100 Facebook page.
We extend our deepest sympathy to partner Victoria and young son Charlie. Also to his parents and family. Arrangements will be notified when they are known.
It is with great sadness that the elder members of the NEMCRC learned of the passing of a Northeast motorcycling enthusiast of giant proportions with the death of Ernie Crust who passed away at home on May 17th
Ernie was as keen an enthusiast of the sport as anyone could meet. A charming and polite man who wrote books on his sport with local themes. A few of his books which reflected this local theme were “Drop of the Flag” – “Between the Tides” – “Teesside Glorious Years”.
He was also a hands-on organiser with the Middlesbrough Motor Club as well as being a collector of racing machinery in the tiddler classes.
Ernie’s Funeral will take place at Kirkleatham Crematorium Wednesday 6th June at 1.00pm.
Family flowers only. Donations in leu to the Redcar Lifeboat Museum and Friends of Redcar Cemetery
As in recent years at the Classic Bob Mac Meeting 2018 to be held at East Fortune race circuit organised by the SCRMC on 16th/17th June, the results of the first two races on each day will be included in the NEMCRC Classic Championships. The classes are as follows; Classic 250, 350, 500 and Unlimited.
All NEMCRC members competing in the event will be awarded championship points as per the NEMCRC championship points system.
i.e. 1st NEMCRC club member across the line will be awarded 25 points, 2nd 20pts, 3rd 16pts down to 15th place 1pt.
There has been a request from Post Classic riders to also include the NEMCRC Post Classic Championships within this meeting. This will be discussed with the SCRMC with a view to possibly introducing it in the 2019 event.