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Gary Pinchin  says:

Cummins sets Ulster Superbike pace

Manxman Conor Cummins set the pace on the first day of practice in the Superbike class at the McKinstry Skip Hire Ulster Grand Prix yesterday (Wednesday). The Tyco TAS Suzuki rider lapped the superfast Dudrod circuit at 129.429 and was 0.678s quicker than Michael Dunlop on the Hunt’s/McAdoo Honda. Dunlop was suffering again from two slipped discs in his back – an...

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bakery

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bakery says:

Motorcycle Snooze...

Go Connor!

Also in the news on other sites - Scott Redding tested the Ducati earlier this week and was pretty competitive - but apparently that's not a newsworthy item that we need to hear about.

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supermario

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supermario says:

Its in

the paper

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bakery

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bakery says:

True, but...

1. A lot of the items on here are also in the paper

2. People will want the opportunity to discuss the subject on this forum - that's what the forum is for

3. This site wants to attract visitors to satisfy its advertisers and if other sites are reporting it an MCN aren't then they're fools for not doing it

4. It was news, and this is labelled as a news site - so where is it?

Either its a news site or it isnt.

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