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The G&S Racing Kawasaki team makes a welcome return to Bishopscourt for the 42nd Sunflower Trophy meeting  at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit,with their three riders, Tom Fisher, T J Toms and Young Irish star Kevin Keyes who hails from Edenderry, Offaly, Ireland. Tom Fisher has taken over the role of the team manager this year but

Fresh off a dominant Supertwin performance at the Oliver’s Mount Gold Cup, where he bolstered his own record tally of wins to make it a massive 140 around the Scarborough circuit, the Welshman will now turn his eyes back to short circuits for the traditional season-ending scrap in Northern Ireland. Lougher last raced at the

Scottish rider,Logan Turner makes his Sunflower Trophy debut at the Bishopscourt Racing Circuit , the up and coming youngster has been riding bikes or quads since he could walk and Racing mini bikes since he was 5 he was multiple uk minimoto champion with Mcintosh Minibikes in various classes before transitioning to an Aprilia rs125

Christian Iddon, current lap record holder for the Bishopscourt race circuit, is the latest rider to sign up for the popular end of season short circuit event, The Jim Finlay Sunflower Trophy race meeting. The TYCO BMW rider missed this event last year due to injuries, last competed at Bishopscourt in 2016, when he was

Breaking news… We’re delighted to make a return to racing at the 2019 Sunflower Meeting with Eunan McGlinchey on board the McAdoo/Gortreagh Printing Kawasaki Supertwin and Supersport machines prepared by MSS Performance Ltd. 2018 British Champ Eunan scored a double podium for us last year at the Sunflower setting a new Supertwin lap record in the

British Superstock Champion,Cooper returns to Sunflower Meeting 2019 British Superstock Champion, and winner of the 2018 Sunflower Trophy races on his debut, Richard Cooper ( Buildbase Suzuki) is one of the First entries confirmed for this years event. Cooper stunned everyone on his Debut to the Co Down circuit last year when he took  a

Philips crowned Ulster Superbike Champion. The final round of the Ulster Superbike Championship was brought to a premature conclusion due to bad weather and an incident during the Superbike/Supersport Cup race. Carl Philips started the day with a twenty point advantage over Ali Kirk, the only rider who could stop him from clinching the 2019

    Jason Lynns celebrates his 23rd birthday by winning the 2019 Ulster Supersport Championship. Lynn from Upperlands Co Londonderry was supposed to be competing in the 2019 Dickies BSB Supersport championship but things didn’t quite go to plan and after just three rounds of the British Championship he returned to home soil to race

Ulster Superbike Championship Round 10 Jason Lynn retained the David Wood Memorial Trophy for a third year at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit this weekend. Having first of all winning the Nutt Travel Sail To pole he followed this up with a faultless performance on Saturday with two comfortable wins. Race one Lynn on his Walter Bell

Successful debut for Tianda

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      The all new Tianda TDR300 racing motorcycle made its race debut at the IFS David Wood memorial event at Bishopscourt, on sat/sun 21st/22nd September. In agreement with the MCUI(UC) the Governing body of the sport, the bike was raced  on non point scoring results. The main purpose of this outing, was to