Bri­tish in­va­sion for QBE TT

Old Bike Australasia - - ON THE SHED -

A four-man team, man­aged by Roger Win­field, will head­line the new QBE TT Cup at the In­ter­na­tional Fes­ti­val of Speed at Sydney Mo­tor Sport Park from 14-17 March, 2019. TT leg­end John McGuin­ness, multi-TT win­ner Michael Rut­ter, ex-pat South Aussie Glen Richards and North­ern Ire­land’s Jeremy McWil­liams make up the squad which will front for the QBE TT Cup, held over five legs from Fri­day to Sun­day. They will ride Har­ris F1 chas­sis with Yamaha FJ1200 en­gines. Or­gan­iser Peter MacMil­lan says Sun­day’s 5th and fi­nal leg will be the fea­ture event of the week­end, held over ten laps. “Be­cause we will not be run­ning the leg­ends demon­stra­tions that have been part of the pro­gram in re­cent years, this frees up more time for ex­tra races, so ev­ery­one will get plenty of track time. The bikes el­i­gi­ble for the QBE TT will be air-cooled four strokes or wa­ter-cooled two strokes up to De­cem­ber 1984. In ad­di­tion to a full pro­gram of solo classes, side­cars will be out in force with Pe­riod 4, Pe­riod 5 and the later F1 and F2 cat­e­gories. For ticket in­for­ma­tion visit­ter­na­tion­alfes­ti­val­of­

TT leg­end John McGuin­ness re­turns to Sydney for the QBE TT Cup.

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