Irwin splashes to Victory Words By Baylon McCaughey, Glenn Irwin retained the JAS Finlay Sunflower Trophy when he won to days ten lap affair.Shortened from 12 laps to ten laps, because of uncertainty of the weather, Irwin displaced early leader Alastair Seeley and left the others in his spray. As Irwin managed to open a small
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Celebrations with multi cylinder magic This year, the Hillsborough & District MCC , along with their ever supportive Sponsor, Jim Finlay (J.A.S.Finlay) are both celebrating milestones in their own right. For the organizing club, this is their 70th anniversary, and for Jim Finlay, this is his 40th year of
Making his sunflower Trophy race debut will be Lloyd Collins. By Baylon McCaughey. Making his sunflower Trophy race debut will be Lloyd Collins, with the season almost over, Collins who took in a few Irish road races this year decided to end his year by competing at the Sunflower Trophy race meeting. The 24year old
15 Year old Champion makes Sunflower Debut this weekend. With the Young Guns Championship going to the wire, one visiting rider could well upset the outcome!, Fifteen year old James McLaren is making his Irish short circuit debut this weekend. From Kinross, Perth in Scotland, James
IFS DAVID WOOD MEMORIAL TROPHY RACES Sat 16th & Sun 17th September Ulster & Irish Short Circuit Championships Bishopscourt Racing Circuit Promoted by MotorCycle Road Racing Club of Ireland PRESS RELEASE REF MS070917 September 2017 The IFS David Wood Memorial Trophy Races on Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th September at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit,
Double Masters Win For Seeley But Kinghan Lifts The Norman Brown Cup Randalstowns Gerard Kingahan won the Norman Brown Memorial Cup yesterday at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit. Having dominated the first two Masters Superbike races earlier in the meeting it was Alastair Seeley who started as the hot favorite to take the win but his hat-trick
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The Masters Superbike Championship is getting ready for one of the annual highlights of its calendar as it heads for Bishopscourt County Down. Rounds sixteen and seventeen of the Masters take place on the fast former airfield circuit on Sunday August 20th in what will be the penultimate race weekend of the Masters season.
Saturday saw the third running of the Mid Antrim motorcycle clubs Neil Robinson memorial races at Bishopscourt, the event which took place at Kirkistown last year enjoyed more favourable weather in 2017 with sunshine throughout the 2-day meeting. Carl Phillips on the MD racing Suzuki dominated the superbike class with the British Superstock rider
A prize fund of £50,000 has been secured for USBK with the backing of title sponsor AJ Plumbing SuppliesImproved Ulster Superbike Championship l...
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