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  As the 2020 Ulster Superbike season opener quickly approaches and the stories of who’s going to do what are rife, who are the names to watch out for?. There could be half a dozen riders in contention and with an eye on the 2020 Championship.      Carl Phillips:-  Having spent a few years racing

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

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

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

Back in 1991 like many young families a young rider eager to go racing was taken by his parents to a youth Grass Track at Ramelton in Co Donegal. Whilst he may not have set the world alight he did show enough enthusiasm for his parents to continue supporting him, since then many miles have

USBK Press Release

Monday, 15 October 2018 by

The Hillsborough and District Motorcycle Club promote the Sunflower Trophy Races The Final & Round 10 of the Ulster Superbike Championship 2018. The Ulster Superbike Championship has already been won by Gerard Kinghan in September but there is still bragging rights to come in the final round of the Championship, with visiting competitors from the

  Randalstown’s Gerard Kinghan retained the Norman Brown Memorial Trophy with a double victory at round six of the AJ Plumbing Supplies Ulster Superbike Championship on Saturday. Kinghan holds a commanding lead in the championship and quickly asserted control in race one at Bishopscourt in Co Down, managing his pace from the front as he

  Ulster Superbike Championship Bishopscourt. Alistair Kirk won the Neil Robinson Memorial Trophy yesterday at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit. Kirk got his name on the trophy and lifted the £1000 cheque after a race long battle as hot as the Bishopscourt weather with David Haire, the Dromara man taking the chequered flag by just four tenths

This week at Bishopscourt it was pay back time for Charles Stuart, after having to settle for two runner up finishes a fortnight ago to Gerard Kinghan at the Enkalon Trophy races he turned the tables with a double victory.   After the horrendous weather conditions of the Easter weekend when we saw races canceled

The Temple MCC will host round 3 of the AJ Plumbing USBK Championship at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit on Sat 21st April. This will be Dunlop’s  first competitive outing In Ireland on the Temple Golf Cub Yamaha Superbike Machines. Entries for the superbike also include championship leader Gerard Kinghan, Charles Stuart 10 points behind Kinghan and

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