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Traditionally the first race of the Irish National Road Racing season and normally held in April, the Cookstown 100, the one and only Irish Road race to be run in 2020 took place today around the 2.1 mile Orritor circuit on the outskirts of Cookstown. Derek Sheils won the only Superbike race to notch up

By Kyle White, Belfast Newsletter. The line-up for next month’s KDM Hire Cookstown 100 is taking shape with a number of leading names confirmed for what could be the only Irish road race to go ahead in 2020.   The Co Tyrone meeting, postponed from April, is currently set to run from September 11-12 at

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter. Magherafelt’s Paul Jordan says he could not be in a stronger position as he looks ahead to next month’s rescheduled Cookstown 100. Jordan is gearing up to make his debut for the Burrows Engineering/RK Racing team at the event, which the organisers hope to run from September 11-12 with strict Covid-19

By Kyle White Belfast Newsletter Paul Jordan has struck a deal with the Italian VAS Engine Team to ride a Paton S1R at the Isle of Man TT in the Lightweight race. The Magherafelt man finished a career-best fourth in the class at the TT in 2019 and will be striving to make it onto

Ulster Grand Prix winner Paul Jordan has put pen to paper on a deal with Northern Ireland’s Burrows Engineering/RK Racing team to compete at the Irish national road races in 2020. The Magherafelt man has established himself as one of road racing’s brightest prospects over the past few seasons and although the former British Championship

Paul Jordan took his maiden International road race win on Thursday evening when he took a thrilling victory in the opening Supertwins race at the Ulster Grand Prix. The Dafabet Devitt Racing Kawasaki rider’s winning margin was just 0.092s over Joseph Loughlin with Jamie Coward only two tenths further back in third. It was Loughlin,