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Sunflower Trophy Races

Tuesday, 30 August 2016 by

Hillsborough & District Motor Cycle Club Ltd SUNFLOWER TROPHY RACES Supplementary Regulations for Irish and Ulster Short Circuit Championship Races At Bishopscourt Racing Circuit on Friday 21st & Saturday 22nd October 2016 Friday Practice/ Qualifying 9am (timed) Saturday warm up 9am/First Race 10.30am approx Regs And Entry available here  

Bishopscourt hosted round 9 of the Irish Championship Pitbike, MiniGP and MiniMotos, this was the first time the M.M.R.C.I. had used Bishopscourt and hopefully they will return. Children as young as 4 years old took part in the Mini Moto class with older ones competing in the larger Pitbike and Mini Gp classes. A large entry

IFS David Wood Memorial Trophy Races will once again have the popular ”Sail to Pole” with Nutt travel.com in the Pirelli Tyres – IFS Supersport Class shoot out in qualifying !! Nutt Travel provide competitive rates for competitors and the public sailing across to the mainland or Europe. Worth a call 028 7035 1199 for

MiniMotos at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit Bishopscourt will host round 9 of the Irish Championship Pitbike, MiniGP and MiniMotos for the first time on Sunday 28th August. Childern from 4 years old take part in this type of racing with the older ones competing in the larger classes. A large entry of 110+ should make a

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  English and Johnston consolidate while Stuart and Clifford clinch ‘Cup’ crowns The penultimate event of the 2016 Masters Superbike Championship, on Sunday August 21st, brought competitors back to Bishopscourt for their second visit of the season. With the championship rounds counting down both Robert English in Superbike and Luke Johnston in Supersport did enough

Masters Championship contenders return to Bishopscourt ​ All of the Superbike and Supersport championship contenders will be on the grid along with some notable additions for the penultimate event of the 2016 Masters Superbike Championship, as the series returns to Bishopscourt. Rounds 12 and 13 of Ireland’s biggest short circuit racing championship will run at

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Everything is in place for some great racing so get yourselves down to Bishopscourt this Sunday.

For the first time in its history, the Masters Superbike Championship makes a second trip of the season to the ultra fast Bishopscourt Circuit in County Down, on August 21st. Not only will this mark the first return visit to the track, it will also be the first time the Championship has raced at the

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