Competitor Course:


Join an extreme adventure and take part in one of Ireland’s best racing competitions on this thrilling route.

Spectator Facilities Area:


Don’t miss out on the action – come along to watch the races live in our fantastic Tandragee 100 Spectators Facilities Area.

Visitor Licences:

A visitors Licence is a requirement for all competitors who wish to compete in a National Road Race but do not hold an MCUI competition licence ‘A’ or ‘R’.
*If you had a MCUI UC Visitor’s licence in 2019, you do not need to renew for 2022. An MCUI UC visitors licence once approved is still valid unless revoked or surrendered.

Click here for a MCUI UC Visitor’s Licence Form.

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Getting Started in Racing

Would you like to join an extreme adventure and get started in racing? Look no further. Here, we will outline all you need to know.

The first step is to make contact with and join the North Armagh Motorcycle & Car Club which is affiliated to the MCUI UC – email

You will likely get an invite to attend the next Club meeting (held the second Monday every month) where you will be warmly welcomed and have the opportunity to discuss your plans with people who have a real passion for the sport and will be able to give you some advice and support.

Before the start of each racing season the MCUI UC organises between one to three novice or newcomer training days at a short circuit track, either Kirkistown or Bishopscourt. At each session a number of MCUI UC trainers are on hand to provide help, advice and instruction both on and off the track.
For more information on training dates check out the MCUI UC website for news and updates – click here

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Rules and Regulations

There are rules and regulations that control and govern the sport of Motorcycle Racing which are set by the governing body Motor Cycle Union of Ireland (MCUI), and in the north of Ireland by the Motor Cycle Union of Ireland Ulster Centre (MCUI UC). The key documents include:-

  • MCUI – General Competition Rules (known as GCR’s)
  • MCUI – Standing Regulations (for Road Races and Short Circuits and Pre 1973 Classic Racing).
  • MCUI (Ulster Centre) – General Rules.
  • Code of Practice

There is also a set of Supplementary Regulations that each promoting club issue along with race Entry Forms for the specific event.

It is important that you know what these documents contain to ensure that you are able to get the most from the sport and the events you choose to enter.

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Benefits for Competitors of being a NAMCC (Tarmac Section) Ltd Member.

  • To obtain a MCUI UC Competition Licence you need to be a member of at least one Club, so why not join one that has your interests at heart?
  • To give you a voice – attend Club meetings held on the second Monday of every month and share your views and any concerns about issues that affect your sport. The North Armagh Motorcycle & Car Club has 3 delegates and 1 Tarmac delegate that represent all the members of the Club at MCUI UC meetings. We share our Club Members’ views therefore we in turn are your voice, and we’re all working together to try to make Motorcycle Racing even better.
  • Reduced cost of membership – competitors are offered a half price membership fee of only £5!
  • Advice and support – as a member of the Club you can get some much needed support and advice from other members as well as a new fan base that can lend it’s support to you at events and fundraisers, etc.

Join the North Armagh Motorcycle Car Club by downloading our pdf registration form or completing your registration online.

Competitor Information

Download your Entry Form &
Regulations here

Travel Information

How to get to Tandragee 100
Race Track


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