Tickets for Imatranajo are now available
The main classes in Imatranajo will be IRRC Superbike and IRRC Supersport in 2019 as well. The main classes are supported by the familiar Open 1000 and Open 600. In addition to these, the event will include the sidecar class, which will make a comeback to Imatranajo, and the Retro Superbike class, which has quickly become popular on Finnish circuits. The seventh class is still open – Motorclub Imatra is trying to get an event in the ICGP series for classic GP bikes to be held in Finland. If the plans for ICGP will not actualise, the Lightweight class will race in Imatra.
‘By adding more classes, we aim to make sure that there is always something going on on the track and that the audience has enough to see,’ says Sami Backman, president of Motorclub Imatra.
The ticket sales for Imatranajo started in December 2018 via the Ticketmaster service. As a Christmas offer, Motorclub Imatra is offering weekend passes for the price of 35 euros (50 euros at the gates). In addition to weekend passes, day tickets are also for sale. Unlike the previous years, the Friday practice can be viewed free of charge in 2019.
The seating tickets and VIP tickets will be available by the MP 19 exhibition.
The 55th Imatranajo will be held from 14 to 16 June 2019. Tickets are sold at www.ticketmaster.fi/imatranajo.
The classes of Imatranajo in short:
This class is for 4-stroke motorcycles. The maximum displacement is 1,000 cc for 4- and 3-cylinder engines, and 1,200 cc for 2-cylinder engines.
This class is for 4-stroke motorcycles. The maximum displacement is 600 cc for 4-cylinder engines, 700 cc for 3-cylinder engines and 750 cc for 2-cylinder engines.
This class is for 4-stroke motorcycles that are based on production models and meet the regulations of the Superbike class. The maximum displacement is 1,000 cc for 4- and 3-cylinder engines, and 1,200 cc for 2-cylinder engines.
This class is for 4-stroke motorcycles that are based on production models and meet the regulations of the Supersport class. The maximum displacement is 600 cc for 4-cylinder engines, 675 cc for 3-cylinder engines and 750 cc for 2-cylinder engines.
This class is for 250 cc and 350 cc motorcycles manufactured before 1985. The bikes must be made specifically for racing, and modified street bikes are not allowed.
This class is for 4-stroke motorcycles manufactured before 2000 and based on production models. All auxiliary electronics are forbidden. For the latest motorcycles, the maximum displacement is 750 cc for 4-cylinder engines and 1,000 cc for 2-cylinder engines. For models up to 1988, the maximum displacement is 1,100 cc and for models up to 1980 it is 1,000 cc.
This class is for sidecar motorcycles with a 4-stroke engine. The maximum engine displacement is 1,000 cc.
This class is for motorcycles made specifically for racing, equipped with a 125 cc or 250 cc 2-stroke engine, as well as motorcycles equipped with an up to 650 cc water-cooled or up to 1,000 cc air-cooled 4-stroke engine.