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Race Classes 2020

In the Western Cape, we currently run formats that will suit riders of all abilities. The current race classes are listed below, but it is important to know which classes race together, so read carefully:

2020 Race Classes


This is a Regional class, and these guys are seriously fast and competitive, and a number of national riders take part in our Regional Championship.

  • (Black number on white background)

These classes are currently time based classes, meaning that a rider’s best lap time determines which class he/she participates in. This format allows Superbike riders of different abilities to compete in the same race.

·600cc Supersport:

This is a Regional class for 600cc bikes, but these bikes are all national spec machines. They are limited to modifications stipulated in the national rules.

(Black number on white background)


This is a Club class and is divided into 3 sub classes

  • Class A: Twin cylinder, four stroke 650cc road based production motorcycles. (Suzuki SV, Kawasaki ER6, Hyosung GT, Yamaha MT-07)
  • Class B: Kawasaki Ninja 300 (EX300ADF) Yamaha YZF-R3 KTM RC390
  • PSP A : (Black number on yellow background)
  • PSP B : (Black number on white background)

This format represents a cost effective way of racing

·Classic Superbikes:

This is a Club class for older model bikes, and although the rules make provision for 3 sub classes

  • Classic Bikes
  • Vintage Superbikes
  • New Era bikes
  • (Black number on white background)

All 3 of these sub classes have combined to form the Classic Superbike class. This means that the results are NOT split into the 3 sub classes.

·Clubman’s Motorcycles:

This is a Club class and is an entry level class for riders on newer bikes, that are not Powersport or Classic Superbike machines, and who do not lap quick enough to allow them to participate in the Superbike classes. This is effectively a feeder class for riders wishing to upgrade to the Superbike classes at a later stage, once their lap times are quick enough. This class runs in the same race as Powersport and Classic Superbikes.

  • Clubman Class A:              1 min 17,000 to 1 min 20,999

    Clubman Class B:              1 min 21,000 and slower

  • (Black number on white background)

Rules for these classes available here

Points : 2019

These championship class points can be downloaded:

Breakout Times as follows (2019) :

Clubman Class A:              1 min 17,000 to 1 min 20,999

Clubman Class B:              1 min 21,000 and slower

Class X: Riders ineligible for Championship points

Points as follows (if there are 6 or more riders per class):

1st     25

2nd   20

3rd    16

4th     13

5th     11

6th     10

7th     9

8th     8

9th     7

10th   6

11th   5

12th   4

13th   3

14th   2

15th   1

Previous years Points (as at end of season):


2018 Regional 600cc Championship

2018 Regional 1000cc Championship

2018 Western Cape Classic Superbike Club Championship

2018 Western Cape Clubman Club Championship

2018 Western Cape Powersport Club Championship


2017 Class 600 Supersport

2017 Class A & B

2017 Class Classic Superbike

2017 Class Clubmans

2017 Class Powersports


2016 Class 600 Supersport

2016 Class A & B

2016 Class Classic Superbike

2016 Class Clubmans

2016 Class Powersports


2015 Class 600 Supersport

2015 Class A & B

2015 Class Classic Superbike

2015 Class Clubmans

2015 Class Powersports


2014 Class 600 Supersport

2014 Class A & B

2014 Class Classic Superbike

2014 Class Clubmans

2014 Class Powersports

WPMC Advanced Riding School Dates

WPMC Advanced Riding School Dates 2019


  • 14  Saturday (Morning)

For morning sessions the registration starts at 08:00 to 08:30

No entries will be accepted after 08:30

School starts at 09:00 ends 14:00

For afternoon sessions the registration starts at 12:00 to 13:30

No entries will be accepted after 13:30

School starts at 14:00 ends 18:00

NO Race bikes or noisy exhausts allowed.
Current Motorcycle race license holders are not permitted to participate.
Please wear quality protective gear for your own protection

Riders will be required to show a valid drivers licence at registration.

R560.00 per rider

Please note although we try our best to keep this updated as much as possible this might change without prior notice

Next Race and Related Info



All competitors, please note that all motorcycles need to comply to with the Killarney noise limits which is a maximum of 108 dbA’s at 0,5m. Testing is performed according to the procedures contained in the MSA Environmental Code. Appendix 1. The WPMC Sporting committee requires all motorcycles to be tested before being permitted to race.

Power SeriesSR’s and Power Series Entry Form