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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 The Ulster Grand Prix is facing a “major financial crisis” which has placed the future of the historic road race in serious jeopardy, it has been revealed. Robert Graham, Chairman of Dundrod and District Motorcycle Club, said the event was in imminent danger of “disappearing from the road racing calendar”.

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Provisional Dates Announced For The 2020 Irish Road Racing Season.   The Cookstown 100 traditionally kicks off the season and will take place on April 24th -25th around the 2.1-mile Orritor course in County Tyrone. Only a week later, the action moves up the road to Tandragee 100 just outside of Portadown on 1stst &

By Phil Wain BSN at Dundrod, Peter Hickman’s phenomenal run of success at this year’s Ulster Grand Prix ended exactly as it had started with the Smiths Racing rider taking Saturday’s second Superbike race to make it a record-breaking seven wins from seven starts. With conditions the driest they had been all day, Hickman lapped

By Phil Wain BSN at Dundrod History was made at the Ulster Grand Prix late on Saturday afternoon when Peter Hickman took a thrilling second Supersport race win from Lee Johnston to become the first rider to win six races in a single meeting. The pair were never more than inches apart and each led

By Phil Wain BSN at Dundrod, Peter Hickman equalled Phillip McCallen’s 23-year old record of five wins in a meeting at the Ulster Grand Prix when victory in Saturday’s feature Superbike race maintained his 100% winning record at this year’s event. The Smiths Racing BMW rider had to work a bit harder on this occasion

By Phil Wain, BSN at Dundrod. Peter Hickman’s dominance of this year’s Ulster Grand Prix continued on Saturday afternoon when he swept to victory – his fourth of the meeting – in the opening Supersport race on the Trooper Beer by Smiths Triumph. Hickman moved ahead of Davey Todd on the run towards Leathemstown on

By Phil Wain BSN at Dundrod For the second time in three days, the Supertwins class at the Ulster Grand Prix served up a thrilling race as Christian Elkin and Joseph Loughlin disputed the win throughout the five laps but on the sprint to the line it was former double 125cc British Champion Elkin that

Peter Hickman romped to his third victory at this year’s Ulster Grand Prix when he dominated proceedings in a heavily delayed Superstock race on Saturday afternoon. Heavy rain and mist in the morning meant it was 12.45pm before any track activity took place but when racing did get underway, the Smiths Racing BMW rider disappeared

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