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By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter World Superbike kingpin Jonathan Rea hoisted aloft the Joey Dunlop trophy for a record fifth time in succession after being crowned Irish Motorcyclist of the Year on Friday night in Belfast. Rea has now won Irish motorcycling’s top honour seven times – one less than road racing superstar and Isle

Belfast Telegraph   Northern Ireland sporting hero Jonathan Rea was awarded an honorary degree by Queen’s University Belfast on Tuesday. One of Northern Ireland’s most widely recognised sporting ambassadors and the undisputed king of World Superbikes, Jonathan Rea MBE said it was a “privilege” to receive the honorary doctorate. Rea is one of the world’s

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Saturday, 29 October 2016 by

Bishopscourt Racing Circuit owner Jim O’Brien and Manager Roy Biggerstaff would like to congratulate Jonathan Rea on retaining his World Superbike title,the first rider since Carl Fogarty in 1999 to win successive World Superbikes titles. 

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