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Dunlop does Ulster GP double

Gary Pinchin, 13 August 2012 09:19

Michael Dunlop ignored the effects of two slipped discs in his back to chalk up a memorable double win on Saturday in the 90th Anniversary Ulster Grand Prix on the famed Dundrod circuit, near Belfast. Dunlop opened the day with a confident win in the six-lap Superstock race riding the Ard Na Mara/McAdoo Kawasaki, to cross the line 4.037s clear ...

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Lee Vernon succumbs to injuries

Gary Pinchin, 10 August 2012 23:30

Carlton Baxter Communications have this evening, Friday, August 10 at 7.33pm, issued the following statement on behalf of the Dundrod & District Motorcycle Club – the organising club of the Ulster Grand Prix. “It is with much sadness that the Dundrod & District Motorcycle Club confirm that Lee Vernon has passed away in hospital following an incident during the Dundrod ...

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Michael Dunlop wins Dundrod 150 Superbike race

Gary Pinchin, 10 August 2012 10:36

Michael Dunlop chalked up his first-ever win on the famed 7.4mile Dundrod road course near Belfast when he dominated yesterday afternoon’s Dundrod 150 superbike race. Dunlop ignored the effects of two slipped discs in his back that made walking agony but seemed to have little effect on him aboard the Hunts Motorcyles/McAdoo Honda. He had built a 3.37s lead by ...

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Cummins sets Ulster Superbike pace

Gary Pinchin, 09 August 2012 10:50

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 ...

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Dunlop makes it five wins at Southern 100

Gary Pinchin, 13 July 2012 10:49

Michael Dunlop added two more wins yesterday to make it a five-win unbeaten streak at this year’s Southern 100. Dunlop was in blistering form all week and kicked off Thursday’s day of racing with a S&S Motors-backed 600 victory in what, for four laps, was a thrilling battle. Conor Cummins initially led the five-rider scrap but then Jamie Coward took ...

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Dunlop wins two more at Southern 100

Gary Pinchin, 12 July 2012 10:03

Michael Dunlop racked up two more victories in the Southern 100 yesterday to add to the 1000cc race win on Tuesday evening. Dunlop smashed the outright Billown lap record and set a new race record on his way to winning the Ellan Vannin Fuels Senior race that opened the evening’s four-race programme. Guy Martin gave chase on the Tyco ...

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Dunlop wins opening Southern 100 race

Gary Pinchin, 11 July 2012 09:30

Michael Dunlop opened the 2012 Southern 100 races with a blistering win in the Corlett’s Trophies 1000cc race last night (Tuesday). The MD Racing Honda rider quickly dispensed with fast-starting Ryan Farquhar to dominate the eight-lap, 34-mile race on the demanding 4.25mile Billown road course on the outskirts of Castletown in the south of the Isle of Man. Despite ...

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Hutchinson out for the season?

Gary Pinchin, 13 June 2012 14:54

Ian Hutchinson’s season may have come to an abrupt end. He requires further surgery on the leg he smashed so badly in a crash at Silverstone in 2010 and re-broke at the start of this year. Hutchy made a comeback with a successful TT campaign, finishing all four of his races and with a best result of sixth in Supersport ...

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Isle of Man TT: Honda and Suzuki ready for Saturday’s Senior

Gary Pinchin, 08 June 2012 12:52

Honda TT Legends and Tyco TAS Suzuki are tearing down their TT awnings but are definitely planning to race in tomorrow’s six-lap Senior race. TT Legends boss Neil Tuxworth said: “We have to get our truck on the boat tomorrow otherwise we’ll be here for eight more days. We’ve transferred all Mugen equipment to our truck and we’ll work from ...

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Today’s TT races delayed

Gary Pinchin, 06 June 2012 09:06

TT Clerk of the Course Gary Thompson has just announced that there will be a minimum three-hour delay to today’s programme. He said: “We fully expect the current rain to go by 10.00am so the conditions will be getting brighter. What we’re looking at the moment is to close the Mountain road at 12.30, then all roads by 13.00. “We ...


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