On this website you will find all the information about the International Road Racing Championship (IRRC). For 2021 the championship is held over 5 events in 5 different countries. The races are resumed at the FIM Europe Open Calendar. The races are admitted by their national federation and meet the requirements of this federation. The organisation is owned by Stichting International Road Racing Championship (NED), registered at the Dutch Chamber of Commerce under number 71613994. For more information please read this website.

Breaking news, the riderslists SBK and SSP for the 2019 season are now available!!

Applicationforms wildcardriders 2019 will be published and available from 01.04.19 at Regulations & application.

The period for sending in your applicationform IRRC championship 2019 has been extended for a short period. Please send in your complete filled out form ( Regulations & application ) immediately to ensure your startingplace in this championship!!

The new 2019 IRRC banner is ready including the calendar 2019. These banners will be used during the IRRC races 2019 and for promotional purposes as well.

2019 IRRC banner 

The 2019 IRRC regulations and applicationforms for the competition are available at Regulations & application.


!! Very important in Regulations 2019 !!

  • The riders need the authorisation of their national federations in order to participate, outside their own country, in contests appearing on the FIM Europe Open Calendar.
  • Starting numbers have to meet the following requirements:
    • Superbike: white background with black number
    • Supersport: white background with blue number
  • The starting numbers have to be placed in the middle of the top fairing and on the left and right of the bottom fairing. (see pictures in regulations 2019). All numbers have to be readable from a distance.
  • When a “Championship-rider” cannot participate at an event, he has to unsubscribe minimum 3 days before the event. When the rider doesn’t unsubscribe, the first time he will get a warning. As of the second time, he will be fined 100€.
  • A rider who participate at the IRRC as a “Championship-rider” or a “Guest-rider” gives the autorization to the Management of IRRC to make, use and publish their image on the website of the IRRC or other media.

We only accept completely filled out and readable applicationforms returned as a .pdf-file; all other files will be deleted. 


 IRRC management

We proudly present you our refreshed and updated logo which will be used as from now for all publications.


logo IRRC def klein



The 2019 regulations and applicationforms for the competition will be available as from January 2, 2019

Please stay tuned!


The IRRC-organisation has the pleasure to publish the provisional 2019 calendar:

  • Hengelo (NL): 11 & 12 May 2019
  • Imatra (FI): 14, 15 & 16 June 2019
  • Terlicko (CZ): 13 & 14 July 2019
  • Chimay (BE): 26, 27 & 28 July 2019
  • Horice (CZ): 17 & 18 August 2019
  • Frohburg (DE): 21 & 22 September 2019


The 2019 IRRC-regulations and entryforms are avalaible as from January 2nd, 2019 on this website.

No rights can be derived from this provisional calendar publication!!


The results after round 6 Frohburg SBK and SSP for the 2018 championship are now available!

More information will follow


IRRC SBK champion 2018: #99 Danny Webb

2018 SBK Webb

IRRC SSP champion 2018: #45 Matthieu Lagrive

2018 SSP Lagrive

The startinglists IRRC round 6 (Frohburg, Germany) are published and will be updated a few times untill the event. These lists are available at the pull-down menu Riders.

The results after round 5 Horice SBK and SSP for the 2018 championship are now available!

The results of round 5 (including wildcardriders SBK - SSP) are also available. 

  • Champion IRRC Superbike 2018: #99 Danny Webb
  • Champion IRRC Supersport 2018: #45 Matthieu Lagrive

Battles for 2nd & 3rd places are still open!
Next and last round at Frohburg on 22 & 23 September 2018.