Sunflower Trophy Races, Jason Lynn.
Jason Lynn; 2017 Irish & Ulster 600 s/c Champion,Mondello Masters 600 champion.
For Upperlands rider, Jason Lynn,2017 has been a magnificent year for the 21 year old precision engineer. On board Walter Bells Suzuki, Jason has had an excellent season ,winning, Mondello Masters, Irish 600 Supersport titles
Looking ahead to the Sunflower Trophy races, Lynn, who qualified 2nd for last years corresponding 600 race, it will be a rather sad affair, as it will be a swansong for his Championship winning machine. The 600 Suzuki, which has served him so well over the past 4 years, will be having its last outing, but Jason is confident enough that the machine can end the season on a winning note.
Lynn will also compete in the Superbike class, where he will ride a 600 Yamaha, a machine which has been purchased for the 2018 season.
This will give us an opportunity to try out the bike in race conditions before the 2018 season. Ive had a few laps on it around Kiristown, and its different in many ways to the Suzuki which Im used to riding, so I will just have to re adapt my riding style to suit
Admission Charges for Sunflower Trophy Race Meeting ; £10 on Friday £15 on Sat or £20 for the weekend. Includes free program and parking. Also no extra charge for campers or tents
Note for Sunflower race Competitors
Bishopscourt Racing Circuit
Gates Will Open On Thursday 19th Oct
at 2pm For Competitor Setup, Closing at Midnight.
Friday 20th Gates Will Open At 6am Closing Again …
At Midnight Re opening Saturday 21st At 6am.
The Circuit To Be Vacated 7pm Saturday
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