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
Motor Cycle Road Racing Club of Ireland promote Round 2 of the Ulster Superbike Championship this coming Saturday 20th April at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit. We have attracted a superb entry for this prestigious Enkalon Trophy event, now in its 43rd year. Action at the Bishopscourt Racing Circuit will start at 9am for the scheduled
The opening rounds of the newly formed Ulster Superbike Championship took place at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit on Saturday (31st March) In the feature races competing for the 41st Enkalon Trophy it was Randalstowns Gerard Kinghan who was the man on form, winning both races from last years Superbike Champion Charles Stuart. Race one Kinghan
2018 will be the 41st year of the Enkalon Trophy event, which again will run on the traditional Easter Saturday date, 31st March. Who’s Who of Motorcycle racing history are among the list of winners of this prestigious Trophy. We are also privileged to be running the First
Dan Kneen winner of the Enkalon Trophy 2017 In 2018 MCRRCI will be hosting the Enkalon Trophy Races which is in its 41st year and oldest running Trophy in Ireland, again it will run on the traditional Easter Saturday date of 31st March. Who’s Who of Motorcycle racing history
Dan Kneen Wins The Enkalon Trophy Manx-Man Dan Kneen’s name joins a who’s who of well known riders on the Prestigeous Enkalon Cup. After setting pole on in the mornings qualifying he lifted the coveted trophy winning both of the feature races. Race one he led from the off
Motorcycle Road Racing Club of Ireland PR ref 120417 Final pre-race Press Release Final preparations are under way for the this Saturday 15th April. A huge entry has been received for the 16-race program which kicks off the 2017 Ulster & Irish Motorcycle Road Racing season. Ryan Farquhar’s KMR Team new signing Hudson
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