Highlights of the recent JAS Finlay Sunflower race meeting will be shown on Channel Four, this Saturday 19th November, at 6.35 am, the programme will last for one hour, showing highlights from the record breaking meeting, which saw Glenn Irwin on the PBM Be-Wiser Ducati thrill the local fans with a treble, Christain Iddon, set
Bishopscourt Racing Circuit owner Jim O’Brien and Manager Roy Biggerstaff would like to congratulate Jonathan Rea on retaining his World Superbike title,the first rider since Carl Fogarty in 1999 to win successive World Superbikes titles.
The JAS Findlay Sunflower Trophy Races last weekend at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit was the final motorbike race meeting of the 2016 season. While all the media attention was focused on the “big names” who were visiting these shores and the feature Sunflower Trophy race, the meeting was also the final rounds of the Ulster Short
JAS Finlay Sunflower Trophy winner Glenn Irwin wasn’t the only one in the family to have a successful weekend at Bishopscourt. Younger sibling Andrew riding his Gearlink Kawasaki was also in impressive form, winning both the Supersport races. The two supersport races were without a doubt the closest of the day, with less than half
By Baylon McCaughey. Despite a damp start to the day, excellent weather prevailed for the thousands of spectators to witness Glenn Irwin stamping his authority in the JAS Finlay Sunflower races at Bishopscourt race circuit today. In a shortened race, due to a Red flag incident, Irwin led from start to finish, to take
By Baylon McCaughey Irwin cracks the 100 mph barrier at Bishopscourt The Irwin brothers, Glenn and Andrew are the Polesetters for to morrows JAS Finlay Sunflower races On board the Be Wiser Ducati, Irwin shattered the circuit record and became the first rider to lap the Bishopscourt circuit at over 100mph, on his way to
By Baylon McCaughey Over the years Sidecar racing has always played a major part in the JAS Finlay SUNFLOWER race meeting, however, due to a clash of events this weekend, the sidecar class is a little bit down on other years, But don’t let that deter you, because we have the home brigade including our
By Baylon McCaughey. BSB Superbike rookie, Glenn Irwin returns to the 2016 Sunflower race meeting, with his best ever chance of taking the coveted SUNFLOWER Trophy. Having a splendid debut season in British Superbike, on board the Be Wiser Ducati Panagale, 26 year old Irwin, who has been successful in the past at the Sunflower
Tyco BMW British Superbike rider Christian Iddon will make his Sunflower Trophy debut on October 22 at Bishopscourt Race Circuit with the Northern Ireland based team. The Sunflower is the end of season showpiece and over the years has been won by such names as Joey Dunlop, Steve Hislop and current World Superbike champion
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