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Welcome To Aintree Motorcycle Racing Club

It is with regret that the Aintree Club announces the passing of
Len Edwards. (Dave Edwards father) His funeral took place at
St Mary’s Church Lowton Thursday 1st December 2016
There was a huge turnout for people to pay their respects to this
Loveable man. It was good to see lots of Riders, Marshals & Spectators from
Aintree MCRC. A good friend to the Club over the years He will be sadly missed.

The Aintree Motorcycle Racing Club has been racing for over 60 years at Aintree Racecourse,  Liverpool. The track uses half of the old Formula 1 Grand Prix Circuit. The British Grand Prix was held here in the late 50s and 60s. Motor Cycle racing also took place in the 50s with many motor cycle legends racing here.

Our Club has been racing at Aintree on the Club circuit for over 60 years now.   We too have had some famous personnel start their racing career here  - notably Carl Fogarty who went on to the Formula 1 and world Superbike Champion many times.

We have 5 meetings a year. Our first being in May then June, July, August and September (Please see events for dates). All meetings are run under the ACU regulations who control all motor cycle sport in the UK.

We race Classic Solos, Superbikes, F1 and F2 Sidecars, Forgotten Era, Unlimited Classic Solos, Power bikes, Steel framed and many more.

Aintree Racing Circuit is situated at Aintree Racecourse, North Liverpool, 1 mile from the northern end of the M57 and M58 Motorways

Using a GPS to find us, use the following address Aintree Golf Centre, Melling Road, Liverpool L9 5AS

We run one machine test day and five race meetings a year. Please see events for dates

Admission on race days is
→ £10.00 per Adult
→ £5.00 per Senior 
→ Children Under 16 free when accompanied by an Adult
→ Race programme and car parking included in admission
→ All day action from 9.30am till 6:00pm

Click here for club records and champions

Link for Aintree Motorcycle Raing Club 2016 season Pictures taken by Colin Port Click Here

If you are after photographs of the race days please see