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By Kyle White:- Belfast Newsletter Armoy Clerk of the Course Bill Kennedy says every effort will be made to hold the Irish national road race in July. Already, the Kells meeting in Co Meath and May’s Tandragee 100 have been cancelled as a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic, while the North West 200 is in the balance, with

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter The Armoy Road Races in July have been cancelled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. On Friday, the organisers issued a statement and confirmed the ‘Race of Legends’ would not take place this year. The statement said: “In view of current extension to the ‘stay at home’ restrictions relating

By Kyle White, Belfast Newsletter Armoy Clerk of the Course Bill Kennedy has sounded a stark warning that it could be 2022 before Irish road racing recovers from the impact of the coronavirus crisis. The ‘Race of Legends’ is the only Ulster event on the calendar yet to be postponed or cancelled this season, although

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter                 This year’s Armoy Road Races have received a double boost with the news that the Bayview Hotel will remain as title sponsors of the event while Bill Kennedy will return as Clerk of the Course. Kennedy had intended stepping down from the role

  The Cookstown 100, which traditionally kicks off the cobwebs of winter on the 2.1 mile Orritor circuit in County Tyrone, is set to run on April 24 and 25. Just a week later, action moves up the road to the Tandragee 100 just outside of Portadown on May 1 and 2 in final reparation

Provisional Dates Announced For The 2020 Irish Road Racing Season.   The Cookstown 100 traditionally kicks off the season and will take place on April 24th -25th around the 2.1-mile Orritor course in County Tyrone. Only a week later, the action moves up the road to Tandragee 100 just outside of Portadown on 1stst &

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Making an impression at Armoy road races earlier this year was 26 year old Melton Mowbray rider, Daniel Ingham. Now in his 14th season of racing, the likeable rider, who also took in this years Classic TT,will make his Irish short circuit debut, when he takes to the line next weekend for the 42nd Jim