By Roy Harris Belfast Telegraph.
It may be too late for this year but the historic Ulster Grand Prix can still be saved in time for its 2022 centenary.
With the event facing crippling debts in the region of £300,000, it seems impossible it will be saved this year with
riders still awaiting payment for taking part in last year’s race.
For the good of the event and the sport, now is arguably the time for the Dundrod Club to bow out as organisers and
pave the way for a new organisation to take up the reins of running the officially recognised world’s fastest road race.