As reports in British Motocross magazine MOTOX a couple of months ago multiple US Supercross champion Jeremy McGrath is to race in a 'Farewell Tour' in Britain later this year. McGrath, arguably the greatest rider in the history of supercross is to race in Sheffield and Belfast, continuing his long association with promoters Future West.McGrath, who has raced at Future West events in Sheffield and London, is to race on consecutive weekends in October after signing a contract with Future West.After retiring from the US supercross scene to race in supermoto in his home country McGrath has decided to take one last trip to Britain to say farewell to his fans, McGrath will only be making two appearances in Britain.The first will be at the Hallam FM Sheffield Arena on October 11 and the second at the King's Hall, Belfast over the weekend of October 17 and 18."We're delighted Jeremy has agreed to come back to race in Britain. Future West's John Hellam said. "We have had a long association with Jeremy and we are sure his fans will turn out to see him race."McGrath will race at Sheffield on October 11 and also both nights of October 17 and 18 at the King's Hall, Belfast. Seats are limited at Belfast in order on increase the size of the track which will include an outdoor loop. Fans will be able to obtain afternoon tickets for practice in Belfast when they will be able to gain access to the indoor pits and meet the riders.McGrath, who is not eligible for the British championship, will take part in international races at both Sheffield and Belfast. The series will begin at its traditional home of the Hallam FM Sheffield Arena on Saturday, October 11.One week later round two will be staged at the King's Hall in Belfast on October 17 & 18. Round three will be at the Point Arena in Dublin on Saturday, November 15 and round four will be at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, on Saturday, November 22. The series will end with the final round at the NEC Arena, near Birmingham, on Saturday, February 21.Series dates:Round 1, Hallam FM Sheffield Arena October 11
Round 2, King's Hall, Belfast October 17 and 18
Round 3, Point Arena, Dublin, November 15
Round 4, Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, November 22
Round 5, NEC Arena, Birmingham, February 21.