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By Phil Wain BSN at Dundrod   Neil Kernohan won Thursday’s Lightweight Ulster Grand Prix by just 0.062s from veteran Davy Morgan with the result declared after three of the scheduled four laps. It was Kernohan’s third Ulster GP win after also being victorious in 2016 and 2018. A grandstand finish was in store and

Peter Hickman made it three pole positions from three at the Ulster Grand Prix on Thursday afternoon when he followed up his success in the Superbike and Superstock categories with the top spot in the Supersport class on the Trooper Beer by Smiths Racing Triumph. It was a lot closer than the other classes though

By Phil Wain, BSN at Dundrod   Peter Hickman claimed pole position for Saturday’s Superstock race at the Ulster Grand Prix after an incident at Dawson’s brought out the red flag with five minutes of the session to go. The Smiths Racing BMW rider called into the pits after just his second lap of the

Smiths BMW rider Peter Hickman dominated the opening Fonacab Ulster GP Superbike practice today, going almost 5s faster than Conor Cummins in second place. Hickman put in a 131.237mph lap on his S1000RR to top the session with Cummins’ Milenco by Padgett’s Honda Fireblade in second on a 128.299 lap. Davey Todd took his Penz13.com

Tyco BMW’s Michael Dunlop has been passed fit to compete at this year’s fonaCAB Ulster Grand Prix after undergoing a medical examination today. Dunlop suffered a pelvis, hip and rib injuries in a crash at the Southern 100 but managed to win the Armoy Race of Legends. “I am delighted to announce Michael Dunlop will

Derek Sheils showed his dominance yet again in the penultimate round of the Irish National Road Racing Championship this weekend, notching up another double at the Munster 100 Road Races – the County Cork event returning to the calendar this year after a five-year break. Mother nature however wasn’t on the side of the organisers

Michael Dunlop returned to the Irish National Road Racing scene this weekend in style. The Ballymoney man, still suffering from a broken pelvis, hip and ribs sustained at the Southern 100 just over two weeks ago, won both of the Superbike races at Armoy today securing a record eighth successive Race Of Legends victory. In

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