Sunflower Trophy Races, Reeves And Holden
Reeves and Holden top sidecar entries
Over the years Sidecar racing has always played a major part in the JAS Finlay SUNFLOWER race meeting, and this year both former world champion and TT winner, Tim reeves and John Holden will be in action on their 600 machines. Add in our local heros, Dylan Lynch/Dave Butler, Peter O Neill and Jack Galliagn, Hillsborough MCC Club member, and evergreen, Seamus “Scoobie! Killough , passengered by Eamon Mulholland, Tommy Fitzimmons and Steve Smith, from Scotland, Gendrutis Zakarakkas and Mark Gash, Alan Warden /Aidan Browne and Maccelsfields Dan Knight and Matthew Rostron
The sidecars always provide plenty of close action racing and are a very important part of the event.
Looking back over the years, the sidecar class here saw the best of the world in action!.Tim Reeves, Steve Webster, along with Darren Dixon ( only rider to win British Championships on two and three wheels) ,Eddy Wright, Steve Abbott, Stu Muldoon, multi TT winner Dave Molyneaux and Rob Fisher, Roger Body, Derek Brindley, Gordon Shand, Tony Baker, but to name a few.
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 Evening
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