International Road Racing Championship

On this website you will find all the information about the International Road Racing Championship (IRRC). This championship is held over 6 events in 5 different countries. The races are resumed at the FIM or FIM Europe calendar. The races are admitted by their national federation and meet the requirements of this federation.
The organisation is owned by Hamove Hengelo Gld (NL), Frohburger Dreieck (D) and K.V. Ostend Motor Sport vzw (B).
See the rest of the website for more information.

2017 IRRC banner available

The new 2017 IRRC banner is available including the calendar 2017. These banners will be used during the IRRC races 2017 and for promotional purposes as well.

 IRRC Banner 2017 v1 DEF

2017 IRRC regulations and entry-forms are now available!!

The 2017 IRRC regulations and entry forms are now available in 4 languages!!

As from now you can start register as a 2017 competition rider. 

The 2017 calendar is:

  • Hengelo (NL) 6 & 7 May 2017
  • Imatra (FI) 7, 8 & 9 July 2017
  • Chimay (BE) 21, 22 & 23 July 2017
  • Schleiz (DE) 19 & 20 August 2017
  • Horice (CZ) 26 & 27 August 2017
  • Frohburg (DE) 23 & 24 September 2017

Championship 2016: results after Frohburg round 6 and final rankings are available!!

The results after Frohburg round 6 SBK and SSP for the 2016 championship are now available!

The 2016 IRRC Superbike champion is: Vincent Lonbois #155

The 2016 IRRC Supersport champion is: Marek Cerveny #45


2016 IRRC SBK V Lonbois 

2016 IRRC SSP M Cerveny






Breaking news: 2016 IRRC champions

The 2016 IRRC champions are:

  • SBK: Vincent Lonbois (#155)
  • SSP: Marek Cerveny (#45)

The results and lists will be published on this website within a few days.

Update riders lists IRRC 2016

Updated riderslists 2016 IRRC championship. Check here for SSP and SBK.

IRRC Champions 2017

SBK:  Sebastien Le Grelle
SSP: Joey den Besten
IRRC Champion SBK Sebastien Legrelle 2017 foto Henk Teerink 2 1
IRRC Champion SSP 600 foto Henk Teerink 2 1