WERA Cancels May 9-10 Event At Grattan

WERA Cancels May 9-10 Event At Grattan

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By WERA Motorcycle Roadracing, Inc.:

MAY  9/10, 2020 GRATTAN CANCELED

Due to the extension of regulations by the State of Michigan restricting activities in the state, as well as motels having contacted racers and officials cancelling reservations made for the May 9/10 WERA Grattan event WERA has to cancel this event.  We will talk with the track once things open for business as usual to see if there is any possible weekend available that would work in the existing schedule.

The next two events up will be the weekend of May 16/17 with PittRace and Roebling Road

.  We will be keeping an eye on Pennsylvania and surrounding states with regard to the event at PIRC. At this point it is extremely likely we will be able to race at Roebling Road

.  More information on both will be released as we get it.

 

WERA Motorcycle Roadracing is working with all our venues on this and the restrictions they are under and we will keep you posted on all of the May events.  We are all hoping to get a Green Flag soon so you can all see your Checker Flags soon.

The WERA office is closed so please communicate via e-mail:  [email protected] until we are back in the office.  Thank you all for your continued support through this and we are shooting for being back on track ASAP……..

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