By Baylon McCaughey Almost a record breaking double winner on his Sunflower debut in 2016,was Scotlands Paul McClung. The 22 year old Fabrcator decimated the opposition in the Supertwin class on his was to a dream double, lapping just outside Glenn Irwins lap record! No doubt this
By Baylon McCaughey Taking a break from his holidays to compete at the Sunflower Trophy Races will be Lisburns David Haire. Haire, who recently broke the long standing lap record at Kirkistown Has only competed at a handful of USBK events this year, due to work commitments. The former British Championship competitor is now based
The ever popular Danny Buchan, twice winner of the Sunflower Trophy, is relishing a return to the County Down circuit, with view to reclaiming the Trophy he has previously won. Buchan has competed at the Sunflower in recent years on Superstock machinery, but for this years event, Buchan will compete on the FS-3 Racing Kawasaki
By Baylon McGaughey. Former Mondello Masters and Irish Champion, Carl Philips has been thrown a lifeline by local race team, JMcC Roofing for the forthcoming Jim Finlay Sunflower Trophy race meeting. Philips, a podium finisher at last years meeting began the 2018 season with a superbike ride with Gearlink Kawasaki, despite a top ten
Heading for his Sunflower Trophy races debut is 35 year old Hawk Racing Buildbase Suzuki rider Richard Cooper. The Nottingham rider was in great form at the recent BSB meeting at Assen in Holland, where in the second race, finished 5th, just two seconds behind current Sunflower Trophy Holder, Glenn Irwin ( PBM Be Wiser
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