Wimborne Motorcycle Club


2019 Wimborne Floodlit Whoppa

Who are Wimborne Motorcycle Club?

The Wimborne Motor Cycle Club (WMCC) was formed in October 1962 by a group of biking enthusiasts who worked at Flight Refuelling Limited (FRL) at Tarrant Rushton Airfield near Wimborne; they started running trials and grasstrack events.

Because of the close association between FRL and the Royal Air Force at the time, takes its styling cues and colours from the RAF's 'roundel' seen on all UK military aircraft — the centre is associated with Wimborne Minster and the town shield, with cross patonce and four martlets.

1969 saw the club run the first Big Grasstrack meeting in the country calling it the Wimborne Whoppa. The first prize was £100 and the meeting winners were Andy Ross (Solos) and Cecil Taylor with passenger Brian Knight (Sidecars). The event is now the longest established Big Grasstrack meeting still running.

In the late seventies and early eighties WMCC also ran several Scrambles at Iwerne Minster near Blandford.

Additionally, WMCC has run International and European events on behalf of the A.C.U. and in 2009 ran the European 500cc Sidecar Final and last year (2017) the European 500cc Sidecar Semi-Final.

Top riders from all over the UK are attracted to the renowned ‘Wimborne Whoppa’ and ‘Rob King Party Grasstrack’ events.

Our 2018 meeting the 'Wimborne Whoppa' held at Merley Hall Farm, Willett Road, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 3DH was a stunning event, packed crowd and fantastic racing with a great line-up.

Keep up to date with us on our social media feeds via Twitter or Facebook for news of our Saturday 20th July Floodlit Wimborne Whoppa 2019!

NEXT EVENT: Saturday 20th July 2019 The Floodlit Wimborne Whoppa - Times HERE

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Wimborne MCC are happy to announce that we have the GT140 class for the 2019 Whoppa is full. The club are really excited to have this fast growing popular class at the meeting, we can't wait for them to showcase their skills to you on the track. The GT140’s have already produced some of the closest racing this year and we look forward to witnessing this on our great track.

Wimborne MCC would like to proudly announce that we will now be including the ever growing GT140 class in our meeting. This is one of the most exciting new classes in the sport, and very popular amongst riders and fans. We are hoping that by showcasing this class at our prestigious meeting, we will be able to draw a new audience into the sport.

Wimborne MCC would like to proudly announce the names of current British 500cc sidecar champions Josh Goodwin and Liam Brown to the Floodlit Whoppa 2019. The former European champions and 6 times British champions, will be heading into the event looking to repeat their victory from last year and rise to the top of the podium again.

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European 500cc Sidecars

Wimborne MCC hold the European 500cc Sidecar Semi-Final on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th June at their Merley Hall Farm, Willett Road, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 3DH venue.


Our first event this year takes place on Sunday 26th June with over 40 races, practice from 11am and first race at 1pm. Entry is £10 with OAP's £8, under 16's Free and programmes £2.




“Grasstrack at its best!”



Merley Hall Farm, Willett Road, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 3DH




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