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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

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

By Kyle White, Belfast Newsletter Phillip McCallen’s inaugural Classic Bike Festival Ireland roars into life on Saturday with the biggest display of classic racing motorcycles ever seen on these shores. Inspired by legendary motorsport events such as the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Festival of Jurby on the Isle of Man, former North

Classic Bike Festival

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Motorcycle Racing in Ireland is world renowned since its first meeting in 1903 and for the very first time in Ireland there will be a dedicated motorcycle festival at the Bishopscourt racing circuit on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th August. It has been a dream of 11-time TT winner Phillip McCallen to celebrate the unique

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

Carl Philips Wins the Neil Robinson Trophy.   Carl Philips increased his lead in the Ulster Superbike Championship and lifted the Neil Robinson Trophy this weekend at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit.   Having only suffering one defeat so far this season the JMcC Roofing Kawasaki rider notched up another two wins at the Mid Antrim 150

Date for your diary! USBK Round 6 -The Neil Robinson Memorial Race. Promoted by the Mid Antrim 150 Club. 20th & 21st July 2019. Get your race entries in now! Entry form and regs available to download on the entry forms and regs page of the website.

Carl Philips took another step towards the Ulster Superbike Championship with another double win at Bishopscourt today (Saturday). At one point it looked doubtful if any racing would take place. Morning practice was delayed for some time as heavy rain  battered the county down circuit. Once practice eventually got underway an oil spill forced the

By Gavin Caldwell, Belfast Live. Former Irish Superbike champion Nico Mawhinney is taking a break from racing. Mawhinney has confirmed he will sit out this weekend’s USBK Superbike Championship at Bishopscourt. The Castledawson rider cited bike issues and a lack of fitness for his absence, while his long-term future in the sport also remains in