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    Jason Lynns celebrates his 23rd birthday by winning the 2019 Ulster Supersport Championship. Lynn from Upperlands Co Londonderry was supposed to be competing in the 2019 Dickies BSB Supersport championship but things didn’t quite go to plan and after just three rounds of the British Championship he returned to home soil to race

Ulster Superbike Championship Round 10 Jason Lynn retained the David Wood Memorial Trophy for a third year at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit this weekend. Having first of all winning the Nutt Travel Sail To pole he followed this up with a faultless performance on Saturday with two comfortable wins. Race one Lynn on his Walter Bell

Successful debut for Tianda

Sunday, 22 September 2019 by

      The all new Tianda TDR300 racing motorcycle made its race debut at the IFS David Wood memorial event at Bishopscourt, on sat/sun 21st/22nd September. In agreement with the MCUI(UC) the Governing body of the sport, the bike was raced  on non point scoring results. The main purpose of this outing, was to

IFS DAVY WOOD MEMORIAL RACES

Thursday, 19 September 2019 by

IFS DAVY WOOD MEMORIAL RACES Bishopscourt Racing Circuit Gates will Open Fri 20th From 4pm to Mid-Night for Setup. Reopen 6.45am Sat Morning. Electric Will Be Available 6pm Fri At a Cost Of £15 OR €20. SCRUTINEERING FRI 7pm. No Unnecessary Vehicles In Paddock

IFS David Wood Trophy Races

Sunday, 15 September 2019 by

IFS David Wood Trophy Races Round 9 of the AJ Plumbing Supplies Ulster Superbike Championship. 2019 Prestigious IFS David Wood Trophy Races, the penultimate round of the AJ Plumbing Supplies – Ulster Superbike Championship. Competitors can take advantage of our 4 Championship Races per class over the two days with a maximum 100 championship points

East Coast Racing Festival

Sunday, 08 September 2019 by

Michael Sweeney was Man Of The Meeting at the final Irish National road race of the season yesterday as the Killalane Road Races roared into life. With 2019 Superbike Champion Derek Sheils and Derek McGee absent from the grid at the East Coast Racing Festival this weekend, Sweeney was the odds-on favourite to clean up

Nico Mawhinney had an emotional win in the Ulster Superbike Championship at Kirkistown Race track today.  After recovering from severe injuries he returned to the Ulster Championship this year, up until now things hadn’t quite gone to plan having suffered a number of crashes. Today he made amends with a win in the opening superbike

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