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IFS David Wood Trophy Races

Sunday, 15 September 2019 by

IFS David Wood Trophy Races Round 9 of the AJ Plumbing Supplies Ulster Superbike Championship. 2019 Prestigious IFS David Wood Trophy Races, the penultimate round of the AJ Plumbing Supplies – Ulster Superbike Championship. Competitors can take advantage of our 4 Championship Races per class over the two days with a maximum 100 championship points

East Coast Racing Festival

Sunday, 08 September 2019 by

Michael Sweeney was Man Of The Meeting at the final Irish National road race of the season yesterday as the Killalane Road Races roared into life. With 2019 Superbike Champion Derek Sheils and Derek McGee absent from the grid at the East Coast Racing Festival this weekend, Sweeney was the odds-on favourite to clean up

Nico Mawhinney had an emotional win in the Ulster Superbike Championship at Kirkistown Race track today.  After recovering from severe injuries he returned to the Ulster Championship this year, up until now things hadn’t quite gone to plan having suffered a number of crashes. Today he made amends with a win in the opening superbike

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter     Michael Dunlop set the fastest lap of the week at the Classic TT in perfect conditions in Saturday afternoon’s Superbike session Riding the Team Classic Suzuki XR69, Dunlop – riding with a series of injuries – gritted his teeth and lapped at 125.75mph to top the leaderboard. The

By Kyle White; Belfast Newsletter The organisers of the Ulster Grand Prix have refuted claims that government funding provided for track safety at Dundrod was misspent. In September 2017, Sports Minister Paul Givan announced funding worth £255,000 for the international road race. On Thursday, BBC NI reported that of £230,000 of funding was spent on

Ulster Superbike Championship Round 7 Including the Norman Brown Memorial Trophy.   Aaron Armstrong won the Norman Brown Memorial Trophy today at Bishopscourt. Round seven of the Ulster Superbike championship was run at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit today with the winner of the second superbike race presented with the Norman Brown Memorial Trophy. In the opening

By Phil Wain BSN at Dundrod, Peter Hickman’s phenomenal run of success at this year’s Ulster Grand Prix ended exactly as it had started with the Smiths Racing rider taking Saturday’s second Superbike race to make it a record-breaking seven wins from seven starts. With conditions the driest they had been all day, Hickman lapped

By Phil Wain BSN at Dundrod History was made at the Ulster Grand Prix late on Saturday afternoon when Peter Hickman took a thrilling second Supersport race win from Lee Johnston to become the first rider to win six races in a single meeting. The pair were never more than inches apart and each led

By Phil Wain BSN at Dundrod, Peter Hickman equalled Phillip McCallen’s 23-year old record of five wins in a meeting at the Ulster Grand Prix when victory in Saturday’s feature Superbike race maintained his 100% winning record at this year’s event. The Smiths Racing BMW rider had to work a bit harder on this occasion

By Phil Wain, BSN at Dundrod. Peter Hickman’s dominance of this year’s Ulster Grand Prix continued on Saturday afternoon when he swept to victory – his fourth of the meeting – in the opening Supersport race on the Trooper Beer by Smiths Triumph. Hickman moved ahead of Davey Todd on the run towards Leathemstown on

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