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By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter. Picture By Baylon McCaughey. Northern Ireland’s Mar-Train Racing team will make a sensational full-scale return to the British Supersport Championship this year for the first time since 2014, the News Letter can reveal. The highly-successful Lisburn-based team will run Ballynahinch’s Korie McGreevy in the Supersport class on a Yamaha R6.

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

  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

Sunflower Trophy Races 2017

Tuesday, 24 October 2017 by

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

  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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