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  By Richard Petrie BBC Sport NI   Carl Phillips says competing at the North West 200 for the first time in 2019 “gave him a bit of a taste for road racing” after revealing he will ride at the Manx Grand Prix this year. The Lisburn racer will make his debut on the Mountain

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter. Ulster Superbike champion Carl Phillips will make his debut around the Mountain Course at the Manx Grand Prix this year for the long-established PRF Racing team. The Lisburn man, who won the Short Circuit Rider of the Year Award (Irish circuits) at the Irish Motorbike Awards in Belfast earlier this

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

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

  The second round of the AJ Plumbing Supplies Ulster Superbike Championship and first of two race meetings over the Easter weekend took place at Bishopscourt today (Saturday 20th April) with the prestigious Enkalon Trophy up for grabs the meeting Promoted by the Motor Cycle Road Racing Club of Ireland (MCRRCI) attracted a strong line-up

By Kyle White: Belfast Newsletter The second round of the AJ Plumbing Supplies Ulster Superbike Championship will take place with the prestigious Enkalon Trophy meeting at Bishopscourt on Easter Saturday. Promoted by the Motor Cycle Road Racing Club of Ireland (MCRRCI), the event has attracted a strong line-up for the traditional holiday race at the

The 2019 Ulster Superbike Championship got under way at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit today (Saturday 30th march). Lisburns Carl Phillips making his return to racing on home turf after racing in the British Superbike and Supersport championships for the past few years made the perfect start to his 2019 campaign winning both superbike races and both

By Baylon McGaughey.   Former Mondello Masters and Irish Champion, Carl Philips has been thrown a lifeline by local race team, JMcC Roofing for the forthcoming Jim Finlay Sunflower Trophy race meeting. Philips, a podium finisher at last years meeting began the 2018 season with a superbike ride with Gearlink Kawasaki, despite a top ten

  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

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