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We are delighted to OPEN APPLICATIONS for another – yes, you read it correctly – another – Scholarship. During the run-up to Xmas, we were approached by Chris from COREcut Ireland. Chris kindly offered the use of his KAYO MR150 machine in the hope of providing an opportunity for another youngster to join the grids

By Kyle White:- Belfast Newsletter Leading Irish road racing team boss Jason McAdoo is hopeful the rollout of Covid-19 vaccines in Northern Ireland will allow more domestic race meetings to go ahead this year. McAdoo has committed to running Adam McLean and new signing Darryl Tweed at whatever Ulster short circuit events take place in 2021,

By Kyle White, Belfast Newsletter. Michael Dunlop is entered for the legendary Daytona 200 in March. The 19-time Isle of Man TT winner is down to ride a Kawasaki ZX-6R at the event in Florida. Dunlop last raced at the ‘King of Kirkistown’ meeting in Co Down last September, where he won the Supersport races.

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By Kyle, White Belfast Newsletter Leading Irish road racer Derek Sheils is considering taking on a different challenge in 2021 following the cancellation or postponement of almost all national meetings due to Covid-19. At present, the only Irish road races set to go ahead are Armoy and Skerries in July, and the Cookstown 100, which

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  JONATHAN REA NAMED IRISH MOTORCYCLIST OF THE YEAR FOR RECORD SIXTH TIME IN A ROW World Superbike star Jonathan Rea is the Adelaide Irish Motorcyclist of the Year for a record breaking sixth time in a row.  Rea has now won Irish motorcycling’s top honour eight times to equal the achievement of road racing

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By BBC Sport NI Armoy Road Racing Club is “still hopeful” that the 2021 race will go ahead as planned from 30-31 July. The Irish road racing calendar has been decimated by the Covid-19 pandemic for the second year in a row after the North West 200 and Tandragee 100 were cancelled. Cookstown 100 organisers

By Roy Harris:- Belfast Telegraph Race legend Phillip McCallen calls on government to support event after double cancellation Eleven-Time North West 200 race winner Phillip McCallen said it is sad but understandable that the event has been cancelled for the second year in a row. The loss of the iconic event in May is a

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter:- The governing body of motorcycle racing in Northern Ireland has suspended the start date for any tarmac racing until June. In a statement, the MCUI (Ulster Centre) said the ‘unavoidable’ decision had been taken due to the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, the first tarmac race of 2021 is scheduled

Issued by Coleraine and District Motor Club Ltd. It is with great regret that the Coleraine and District Motor Club Ltd has to announce the cancellation of the 2021 fonaCAB Nicholl Oils North West 200. The official advice from government and public health officials has made it clear the effects of Coronavirus will remain with

By Kyle White:- Belfast Newsletter The Mid Antrim 150 Club is pressing ahead with plans to run a series of short circuit meetings this season in addition to the popular Ballymoney Motorcycle Show, which has been postponed until March 26-27. The Covid-19 pandemic is continuing to have a detrimental impact on Irish motorcycling events in

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