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By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter Michael Dunlop has announced on social media that he is set to ride a Ducati V4 for Paul Bird’s British Superbike team at the international road races in 2020. Dunlop tweeted the news on Saturday evening after revealing recently that he was ‘open to offers’ in terms of a Superbike

By Kyle White, Belfast Newsletter.   Michael Dunlop says he is ‘open to proposals’ over a Superbike deal for the 2020 road racing season. The Ballymoney man has kept a typically low profile over the winter months but took to social media on Wednesday to reveal he has nothing in place in terms of Superbike

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By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter  Peter Hickman set a scorching new world road racing lap record in excess of 136mph at the 2019 Ulster Grand Prix at Dundrod. Riding the Smiths Racing BMW S1000RR, the 32-year-old re-established the 7.4-mile course as the fastest road race in the world after lapping at 136.415mph on his way

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter A number of top names have already confirmed their plans for next season as the 2020 line-up for the international road races begins to take shape. Peter Hickman will be the man with the biggest target on his back after the British Superbike contender had a year to remember in

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter     Michael Dunlop set the fastest lap of the week at the Classic TT in perfect conditions in Saturday afternoon’s Superbike session Riding the Team Classic Suzuki XR69, Dunlop – riding with a series of injuries – gritted his teeth and lapped at 125.75mph to top the leaderboard. The

Tyco BMW’s Michael Dunlop has been passed fit to compete at this year’s fonaCAB Ulster Grand Prix after undergoing a medical examination today. Dunlop suffered a pelvis, hip and rib injuries in a crash at the Southern 100 but managed to win the Armoy Race of Legends. “I am delighted to announce Michael Dunlop will