Pro racing returns to historic Brooklands circuit with Tour Series Grand Final

Pro racing returns to historic Brooklands circuit with Tour Series Grand Final

Joe Robinson 10 Apr 2019 UK's first purpose-built motor racing circuit to host cycle racing as it did back in 1907 UK bike racing is to return its roots with the announcement that the Tour Series grand final in May will take place at the historic Brooklands race circuit. Both the men's and women's series will culminate at the Surrey venue, which operated as an airfield, motor racing track and cycle race venue throughout the early 20th century. The two events will take place back to back on Saturday 25th May, and will give the opportunity for fans to watch Britain's top domestic professionals battle it out around the 1.4km aerodrome circuit, which has long been absent of bike racing. These days the venue operates as a museum and community park, but SweetSpot's Hugh Roberts hopes the reintroduction of cycling to Brooklands could lead to it becoming a permanent fixture ...

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