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By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter The North West 200 has secured a new three-year title sponsorship deal with Northern Ireland companies fonaCAB and Nicholl Oils, which will run from 2020 until 2022. Friday’s announcement is a welcome boost for the sport after several worrying developments over recent weeks, with next year’s Ulster Grand Prix in

ROAD racing bosses of the Enniskillen and District Motorcycle Club have today confirmed that their roads event will not be held in 2020. Among concerns, organiser cited rising costs and road surface conditions as some of their chief reasons for not running the meeting next season. A statement from the Club reads: After many years

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter The Ulster Grand Prix is facing a “major financial crisis” which has placed the future of the historic road race in serious jeopardy, it has been revealed. Robert Graham, Chairman of Dundrod and District Motorcycle Club, said the event was in imminent danger of “disappearing from the road racing calendar”.

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  The Cookstown 100, which traditionally kicks off the cobwebs of winter on the 2.1 mile Orritor circuit in County Tyrone, is set to run on April 24 and 25. Just a week later, action moves up the road to the Tandragee 100 just outside of Portadown on May 1 and 2 in final reparation

Provisional Dates Announced For The 2020 Irish Road Racing Season.   The Cookstown 100 traditionally kicks off the season and will take place on April 24th -25th around the 2.1-mile Orritor course in County Tyrone. Only a week later, the action moves up the road to Tandragee 100 just outside of Portadown on 1stst &

Adam Mclean Returns For 2020

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McAdoo Kawasaki/Gortreagh Printing Team Agree 2020 Deal For Third Season Together. McAdoo Kawasaki Racing are delighted to announce that Adamm McLean will race for the team again in 2020.   The 2019 season began so well with Adam dominating the Easter short circuit meetings and winning the Cookstown 100, but it all ended with a

Following a close fought battle throughout the 12 lap encounter with last years trophy winner Richard Cooper the Tyco BMW by TAS rider clinched the trophy on his second attempt. His last time at the County Down circuit in 2016 he had to settle for a second place behind Glenn Irwin. He didn’t however have

Christian Iddon won the first of the weekends superbike races today at the Sunflower Trophy races. Almost half the competitors either did not start or pulled out after the first lap in the difficult conditions due to standing water around the County Down circuit. The Tyco BMW rider edged out this years BSB Superstock 1000

Last year Buildbase Suzuki arrived at the Bishopscourt Racing Circuit with newcomer Richard Cooper, The result was Three wins for the team, Richard Cooper and the Buildbase Suzuki return to the Sunflower Trophy races again, this time with THREE riders! Cooper was one of the first entries received, and now David Allingham, along with circuit

Former British 600 Supersport Champion, and Multi North West 200 winner, Carrickfergus rider Alistair Seeley returns to the Sunflower Trophy races . Seeley who last rode at the Sunflower Trophy Races in 2017 in the Superbike class on board the IFS Yamaha, will continue his association with IFS, when he rides the 600 IFS/YRP Yamaha