August

Meeting Guy at the TT!

Meeting Guy at the TT!

This year my Dad took me to the TT for the first time and my goal was to meet Guy Martin. I managed to achieve this goal, although it wasn't easy. I waited for Guy forfour hours but it paid...

TT 2011: What the riders really thought...

TT 2011: What the riders really thought...

In this incredible behind the scenes footage, Guy Martin, Cameron Donald, John McGuinness and Bruce Anstey are caught on camera discussing the abandonment of the second Supersport race during the 2011...

Ulster GP

Ulster GP

Here is my fiancé Janine with Michael Dunlop pre-race at the Ulster GP last weekend. It was our first time to a road race and we loved every second, made even more special by the fact we covered...

Michael Dunlop’s Ulster treble

Michael Dunlop’s Ulster treble

Michael Dunlop had never won an Ulster Grand Prix going into this year’s event – but he left the Dundrod course on Saturday evening after being proclaimed the Man of the Meeting after three...

Ulster GP 2011

Ulster GP 2011

Here are some up pics from the Ulster GP which I thought was very poorly attended. Organisers take note - £25.00 plus £5.00 a programme, plus £3.00 to park a motorbike is...

Weather plays havoc with Dundrod 150

Weather plays havoc with Dundrod 150

Yesterday morning's Ulster GP practice and the afternoon's Dundrod 150 races were thrown into disarray by rain, swirling mist and crashes with the big event of the day, the Dundrod 150 superbike...

Rain interrupts Ulster GP practice

Rain interrupts Ulster GP practice

Red flags for crashes in earlier practice sessions, a cow on the track, cows eating haybales and rain contrived to make a mockery of the first day of practice at the Ulster Grand Prix yesterday. And...

Ulster Grand Prix preview

Ulster Grand Prix preview

Irish road racing fans will be hoping that on-form Michael Dunlop can emulate the recent success of fellow countrymen golfer Rory McIlroy and Darren Clarke to end the Irish famine of Superbike race...

Mid-Antrim Roadraces

Offers of sympathy go to the organisers, spectators and racers after the much anticipated Mid-Antrim roadraces near Ballymena, Northern Ireland had to be abandoned due to oil and diesel being split around most of the course the night before racing was due to commence. The police and organisers agree that it was malicious and done to ensure no racing could take place, despite the efforts of many to...

Dunlops Reign at Armoy

Dunlops Reign at Armoy

I was reminded of the old days of road racing on Saturday when the top riders were not in the main paddock at Armoy. They were in fact situated in a farm yard up a laneway opposite the start. Michael...