The future of the NW200 will be drastically impacted if a council rescue package is not delivered.
A ROW among councillors over bailout funding for events affected by the Covid pandemic has denied NW200 organisers access to a £60k lifeline.
And failure to deliver the cash soon could have a “drastic impact” on the race's future, they say.
Former NW200 Chief Mervyn Whyte, who remains part of the management team, told the Chronicle: “You have to realise we have overheads that amount to around £10-15k per month.
“We are constantly taking money out and there's nothing going back in.
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