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Following a close fought battle throughout the 12 lap encounter with last years trophy winner Richard Cooper the Tyco BMW by TAS rider clinched the trophy on his second attempt. His last time at the County Down circuit in 2016 he had to settle for a second place behind Glenn Irwin. He didn’t however have

Christian Iddon won the first of the weekends superbike races today at the Sunflower Trophy races. Almost half the competitors either did not start or pulled out after the first lap in the difficult conditions due to standing water around the County Down circuit. The Tyco BMW rider edged out this years BSB Superstock 1000

Last year Buildbase Suzuki arrived at the Bishopscourt Racing Circuit with newcomer Richard Cooper, The result was Three wins for the team, Richard Cooper and the Buildbase Suzuki return to the Sunflower Trophy races again, this time with THREE riders! Cooper was one of the first entries received, and now David Allingham, along with circuit

Former British 600 Supersport Champion, and Multi North West 200 winner, Carrickfergus rider Alistair Seeley returns to the Sunflower Trophy races . Seeley who last rode at the Sunflower Trophy Races in 2017 in the Superbike class on board the IFS Yamaha, will continue his association with IFS, when he rides the 600 IFS/YRP Yamaha

Former Irish Superbike Champion, Charles Stuart, conspicuously absent in recent months, will return to the fray at the 42nd Sunflower Trophy Races this weekend. Stuart will be on board the JMcC Roofing Kawasaki superbike as previously ridden by the 2019 USBK Champion, Carl Philips who won no less than eleven races, before parting from the team.

With the sunflower meeting only days Trison McMullan Racing are very pleased to announce that Darryl Tweed will be out on a supertwin. This will be his first race on the bike that he will use on the Ulster roads next year. Could he be up there fighting at the front………😉 Trison would like to

Last years Supertwin race provided one of the best ever races around the Bishopscourt race circuit, Glenn Irwin was the winner on board  the BE Racing  Kawasaki, however, Glenn unfortunately wont be competing this year, however, the Supertwin class has all the ingredients to be equally as exciting as last years was. Lap record holder,

The name Reid has been synonymous with irish road racing, with Brian Reid, a former Irish and Ulster road racing champion, as well as being the Formula Two champion and TT winner. So it come as no surprise, that son Simon would follow his Dad in the world of two wheels. However it wasn’t the

23 Year old Kevin Lavery admits to been a rather late starter to short circuit racing, Having dabbled at Trials for a few years, it came as no surprise, that he decided to try his hand at circuit racing. His Dad, Brian, competed on the Irish circuit and road scene many years ago, including the

Sunflower Trophy Dan Ingham

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Making an impression at Armoy road races earlier this year was 26 year old Melton Mowbray rider, Daniel Ingham. Now in his 14th season of racing, the likeable rider, who also took in this years Classic TT,will make his Irish short circuit debut, when he takes to the line next weekend for the 42nd Jim