History & Lap Record
Loughshinny Motorcycle Supporters club promoted Killalane Road Races, running the last race in September 2015
The Killalane Road Races first took place in 1984, and were the first races organized by the Loughshinny Motorcycle Supporters Club. The Kiilalane Road Races have taken over from the Carrowdore as the last road race of the Irish season, which means that exciting racing is ensured as the competitors battle it out for a result which could net them a championship win. In it's short history, some of the top names have ridden a Killalane including Joey and Robert Dunlop, Mark Farmer, Steve Cull, Sam McClements, Phillip McCallen, Dave Leach, James Courtney and Owen McNally. The Course is almost side by side with the Skerries 100 circuit and actually uses about 100 meters of the same road. 3.6 miles long, the Killalane track is even narrower than the Skerries circuit in places, and at one section you will find a tree in the middle of the road!
Lap Record Holder