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McAdoo Racing’s Adam McLean says he will approach next year’s Isle of Man TT with the mindset of a newcomer following the cancellation of the event for two successive years. McLean only made his debut around the 37.73-mile Mountain Course in 2017 and has competed at the TT twice, with the Tobermore rider forced to

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter Isle of Man TT winner Lee Johnston has confirmed he intends to race as planned this year after revealing he is being treated for a rare blood disease. The Fermanagh man, who claimed his maiden TT success in the Supersport class in 2019, has been diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis. Johnston

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  By Baylon McCaughey Cash boost for Mini Bikers ‘MAXimUS’ incentive offered to thriving Championship Despite the changing world, we found ourselves in, The IMC Championship continues to work tirelessly behind closed doors, building back bigger, better and full of hope for what the future holds. What is the alternative… To date, The IMC has

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Popular race secretary for the Cookstown & District Motor Cycle Club ltd, Norman Crooks, received his BEM Honorary Medal, for services to the Sport. Unfortunately, due to the current Pandemic situation, There weren’t the usual presentation services. Now in his 74th year, Norman, a native of Moneymore, Co Londonderry/Derry, is one of the most popular faces

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter There is growing optimism the Armoy Road Races will return this year as the organisers press ahead will plans to run the event in the summer. In 2020, the Cookstown 100 was the only Irish national meeting that went ahead after all other events were cancelled as a result of

Gerard Kinghan Retiring

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One of Northern Ireland’s most successful and best known short circuit motorcycle racers, Gerard Kinghan has announced he is to retire from the sport. The 34 year old plasterer from Randalstown Co Antrim, one of the most popular and well respected riders around the Irish paddocks has decided the time is right to hang up

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By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter. Picture By Baylon McCaughey. Northern Ireland’s Mar-Train Racing team will make a sensational full-scale return to the British Supersport Championship this year for the first time since 2014, the News Letter can reveal. The highly-successful Lisburn-based team will run Ballynahinch’s Korie McGreevy in the Supersport class on a Yamaha R6.

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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