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   Posted 1/15/2011 12:25 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.

Jonathan Rea celebrates after being named Motorcyclist of the Year.

 World Superbike star Jonathan Rea last night became the first rider to win the Adelaide Irish Motorcyclist of the Year Award for a third time.

Rea received the award at a packed Ramada Plaza Hotel in Belfast, with the Laverty brothers Eugene and Michael, both previous winners, second and third.

The 23-year-old impressed the Irish Racer magazine judging panel after a magnificent 2010 in the hotly contested World Superbike Championship, taking four wins and 10 podiums, which included a double at Assen on his way to fourth place in the series.

The Ballyclare man, now based in the Isle of Man, has won every award available to a short circuit rider in the eight years the Racer Awards have been in existence.

It was a tremendous year for local competitors racing outside Northern Ireland, and although he finished runner-up in the World Supersport series, last year’s award winner Eugene Laverty had to settle for second spot this time around. His brother Michael took third after a magnificent season in the British Superbike Championship, where he finished in fourth place.

In the Blackhorse Short Circuit rider of the Year category Rea made it a double success on the night, again beating the Lavertys into second and third position.

Marshall Neill received a well deserved Short Circuit Merit Award for winning the Irish Superbike Championship.

Ian Hutchinson won the IFS International Road Racer of the Year Award after taking an unprecedented 10 International Road Racing victories, including another major milestone — the first rider ever to win all five solo races during a TT.

Ryan Farquhar scooped the Fabdraw Irish Road Racer of the Year title and was also presented with his Duke Road Race Rankings title trophy after taking his fifth win in eight years.

The Red Bull Young Rider of the Year Award went to Glenn Irwin who retained the Irish Supersport Championship in 2010, also lifting the Mondello Park Supersport award.

Relentless Suzuki by TAS regained the Greenlight Team of the Year Award, the Moneymore-based outfit scoring a memorable double at the North West 200 through Alastair Seeley.

The Carrickfergus man, along with Michael Laverty, finished in the top six of the British Superbike Championship, and the team ended the season on a high with Bruce Anstey becoming the fastest road racer in the world following his 133.97mph lap — on his way to victory in the final race at the Ulster Grand Prix.

Seeley’s outstanding North West 200 Superbike race victory, the first local Superbike victory since Phillip McCallen 13 years ago, was voted the Jet2.com Fans’ Race of the Year.

The IAM Safety Award went to the MCUI (UC) Medical Team while the Adelaide International Achievement Award went to double sidecar TT winner, Austrian Klaus Klaffenbock.

Inducted into the Bridgestone Hall of Fame was versatile 77-year-old Belfast man Sammy Miller MBE. A world-class road racer in his day, he was three times a North West 200 winner — in 1956, ’57 and ’58. Sammy was also a distinguished Trials competitor winning the solo British Trials Championship 11 years in succession from 1959 through to 1969.

The Arai Lifetime Achievement Award was given posthumously to the late great Joey Dunlop MBE OBE, fittingly collected by his family amid a rousing reception.

A special presentation was made to former road racing champion Leslie McMaster, re-uniting him with his Manx Grand Prix replicas from 1989, which he lost some years ago in a house fire.
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   Posted 1/30/2011 4:55 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Relentless boost for NW200

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This year’s Relentless-backed NW200 takes place on Saturday May 21 with Race Week Festival kicking off on May 15.
The 2011 event was launched this morning at the Belfast’s Merchant Hotel and leading riders at the launch included: 12-times NW200 winner Michael Rutter and Riders Ducati team-mate Martin Jessopp; new Relentless Suzuki signing Guy Martin and team-mate and local hero Alastair Seeley; Ballymoney riders Adrian Archibald and William Dunlop; plus Scot Stuart Easton who will race an MSS Colchester Kawasaki this year.
William and his brother Michael Dunlop plan to race in all five events at this year’s NW200 and both are set to confirm team details during the next few weeks.
Adrian Archibald also aims to compete in all races and will be backed by FB McKee.
Relentless Suzuki pair Guy Martin and Alastair Seeley are set to compete in all five races and team owner Philip Neill said: “Alastair is one of a new crop of NW200 heroes and his amazing performance last year as the first local rider to win a NW200 Superbike race since Phillip McCallen in 1997, will put him in pole position for a podium place in 2011.”
“Guy of course is an out and out road racer and the duo perfectly complement each other giving Relentless Suzuki a dynamic and highly competitive team for the North West 200.”
Easton has been a North West 200 regular in recent years and will be competing under the MSS Colchester Kawasaki banner at both the North West and BSB events.
Last year Easton finished second to Seeley in the history-making NW200 Superbike race and the Scotsman also broke Michael Rutter’s speed trap record by achieving 204 mph on last year’s Tuesday practice night.
Easton will compete in at least three of NW200 races this and potentially may ride in all five. “I was delighted with my performance last year and hope to go one better in 2011 by claiming a coveted NW200 first place podium,” he said.
This year’s NW200 programme features just five races with the opening Superbike race, followed by the Supersport and Superstock races.
The second Supersport race takes penultimate position with the NW200 Superbike now acting as the programme’s finale event.
The practice format will remain the same as last year with a Tuesday evening and Thursday day-time practice sessions.
BBC Northern Ireland will provide extensive coverage to the North West 200 across all three platforms; on-line, television and radio and Shane Glynn, Editor Sport, BBC Northern Ireland said: “BBC Sport NI will build on the success of our output up to now, and provide bike fans with the most innovative, creative and in depth coverage of the races and the week leading up to them across TV, radio and online.


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   Posted 1/30/2011 5:18 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
William Dunlop attended this year’s Relentless North West 200 launch on Tuesday morning with an extra spring in his step.

The Ballymoney ace joined a host of top riders at the swish Merchant Hotel in Belfast with his racing plans for 2011 confirmed.

William will ride for the Derry-based Wilson Craig Honda Racing team for 2011 after two and a half years with Chris Dowd Racing. He and brother Michael will compete in all five races at this year’s North West on Saturday, May 21.

William will also be supported financially this season by his seaside ‘local’, the Bayview Hotel at Portballintrae.

Owner Trevor Kane said: “It is a great honour to be supporting William this year.

“He is a brilliant rider with a fantastic year ahead of him and we look forward to seeing him enjoy success in all his events and especially at our own North West 200 race.”

THE Dunlop name will also be to the fore at his home town Ballymoney’s annual motorcycle show and auto jumble, set for the weekend of March 4-5 at the Joey Dunlop centre, named in honour of his legendary dad.

Free trade stands are available in return for a charity donation. For info, phone organiser Davy Louden on 02827664464 or 07922060107.

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   Posted 2/13/2011 3:39 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.
Topic: Seeley already ahead of rivals

By Jim Gracey

Wee Wizard Alastair Seeley is the first name on the grid for this year's Relentless International North West 200.
Entries for the Saturday, May 21 event opened yesterday and Carrick rider Seeley was fastest in to Race HQ with confirmation of his appearance in all five classes.
Seeley will race his Relentless TAS Suzuki machines in the two Superbike, two Supersport and Superstock races.
His aim will obviously be to build on last year's success when he became the first Irish rider in 13 years to win a Superbike race at the North West 200, emulating Phillip McCallen, after a magical ride on the Relentless Suzuki to fend off the determined challenge of Stuart Easton and John McGuinness.
Welcoming Seeley's initiative, Race Director Mervyn Whyte, now standing by for a flood of entries from home and abroad, said: “The North West 200 is the only road race in which Alastair competes and I have watched him develop and mature over the last few years into one of Ireland’s top road racers.
“He has demonstrated he can compete at all levels, finishing last season with an excellent position in the BSB Superbike Championship. This is on top of his major wins at the North West.”
In another new and interesting North West development, the organising Coleraine club plan to carry out a full scale table top emergency exercise before the end of March.
This will be a multi-agency exercise which will include the police, Fire and Rescue Service, HM Coastguard, Ambulance Service, the Raynet radio emergency group, race officials and Coleraine Council.
Work begins on setting up the course in early April and course superintendents John Adams and Terry Butcher are appealing for volunteers to help carry out the work. To get involved, contact the race office by e-mail at info@northwest200.org or telephone 028 7035 5800.
Meanwhile, Suzuki has called up its former MotoGP rider John Hopkins as a reserve for the 2011 season, and the American could test the team's latest bike in Qatar next month.
With Suzuki cutting back to a single MotoGP entry for Alvaro Bautista this year, the team is keen to ensure it is not left without a presence on the grid if the Spaniard is injured.
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Billy Nutt’s Adelaide Insurance-sponsored Motorcycle Festival open at the King’s Hall in Belfast until Sunday.
Top riders, bikes old and new and all manner of motorcycle paraphernalia will grace the trade stands.
Admission is £10, adults, and £5, senior citizens; under-14s enter free.
Opening times: Friday 2.00pm-10.00pm; Saturday and Sunday 10.00am-5.00pm


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   Posted 2/18/2011 12:29 PM (GMT -7)    Quote This PostAlert An Admin About This Post.

Default Duke Road Race Rankings

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. . New era for Duke road race rankings
By MCN Sports

The Duke Road Race Rankings enters a new era in 2011. Not only will the 10th winner of the annual series be crowned, there will also be a brand new trophy awarded.
This year there will 26 events on the schedule, which runs from April to November. As ever, the Duke Road Race Rankings calendar includes a mix of the best known international events – including the Isle of Man TT, Macau Grand Prix, North West 200 and Ulster Grand Prix – as well as leading national events in Ireland and Northern Ireland and races at Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough.
The Duke Rankings is the only series which measures performance across the entire road racing season, effectively creating a ‘championship’ for those dedicated to competing ‘between the hedges’.
The series was created by Duke Marketing and first run in 2002, when road racing veteran Ian Lougher took the title – his first of three, so far. The aim was to give recognition to racers who are committed to the roads. While the ‘big’ International meetings are included, anyone aiming to top the Duke Road Race Rankings must also compete at events like Cookstown, the Skerries and Killalane.
Over the years, Lougher has claimed the win three times, Manxman Conor Cummins once in 2007, and Dungannon’s Ryan Farquhar an amazing five times. Last year he topped the rankings for the third year in a row and, honouring a promise made many years ago, he was handed the prestigious Geoff Duke Trophy to keep.
Speaking at the launch, Peter Duke, Managing Director of Duke Marketing, confirmed a new trophy would be ready to hand over to whoever tops the 2011 rankings – the 10th running of the series.
He added: “It is fitting that 2011 marks the start of a new era for the Duke Road Race Rankings as the sport we celebrate – real road racing – has enjoyed a modern renaissance during the decade the Rankings have been running.”
“It comes as no surprise to me that there is an ever-expanding fan base - even in the USA - and continuing investment in real road racing. Others are now discovering what fans have always known; real road racing produces a jaw-dropping spectacle, incredible racing, pure drama and real passion. And now with modern TV technology, a whole new audience is growing worldwide.”
The 2011 Duke Road Race Rankings gets underway on April 17 with the Spring Cup Road Races at Oliver’s Mount.
Once again, all the leading road racing names will be in competition for the title – including Farquhar, who has confirmed another season with his own KMR Racing team and the latest Kawasaki machinery.
Farquhar, who was handed the Geoff Duke Trophy at the star-studded Adelaide Racer Awards in Belfast last month, said winning the Duke Road Race Rankings is an important accolade, and a fitting reward for the massive commitment it takes to attend as many road racing rounds as possible.
He said: “I am totally over the moon to be keeping the Geoff Duke Trophy. It is something I have always had in the back of my mind since I had a discussion with Peter and Geoff at the Belfast Bike Show many years ago.”
“Geoff said anyone who won it three times in a row would keep it. That is something I really wanted to do. It is an amazing trophy, as anyone who’s seen it knows, anyone would be proud to receive it.
“It takes an amazing amount of effort to win the Duke Road Race Rankings, I don’t think people realise the commitment it takes. There’s a huge amount of personal effort which goes into going to all the National and International road races and competing in three or four classes – so, it means a huge amount to me to win, I’m really proud to have got my name on the trophy the number of times I have.”
“The Geoff Duke Trophy is at the top of the list when it comes to road racing awards, being presented with it really is something special.”
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Despite increased speculation we can now confirm, this year’s Adelaide International Kells Road Races, scheduled for July 16 & 17, will run as planned. Last year’s event had to be cancelled on race day after only three races due to torrential rain, and the untimely death of 27-year-old Armagh man Stephen Larkin during practice on the Saturday – the second fatality in as many years – threw the future of the event into serious jeopardy.

Race Secretary, Aileen Ferguson said: “We’re delighted that given our recent difficulties we’re up and running for 2011 and as ever the Kells Motor Cycle Racing Club have worked extremely hard to bring a top class event yet again to Co Meath for the Adelaide International Kells Road Races.”

The Kells event is regarded as the top ‘national’ road race in Ireland, both North and South of the border, by riders and fans alike, attracting such names as Guy Martin, Cameron Donald, Keith Amor and the Dunlop brothers William and Michael – not to mention a 30,000 strong band of spectators over two days.

Run as a Festival of Racing, the event again includes The Kells Bike Fest in Co. Meath on Saturday 16 July – a major attraction for the whole family. And the fourth annual Adelaide Kells to Kells ride-out organised by the Quay Vipers Motorcycle Club will run the same day from Kells in Co. Antrim to Kells in Co. Meath. For more information go to the Club’s website – www.kellsroadraces.com

 


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NORTHERN Ireland could be on course to land a round of the prestigious British Superbike Championship for the first time as early as next year.

Following extensive resurfacing work at Bishopscourt in Co. Down, circuit owner Jim O’Brien is set to begin negotiations with British Superbike chief Stuart Higgs over the possibility of hosting a BSB meeting in 2012.

O’Brien is confident Bishopscourt now represents the standard required for hosting an event at that level following significant financial investment provided by the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL) through Sport NI.

Details of up to £2m funding for motorsport in the Province were announced by the 2&4 Wheel Motorsport Steering Group Ltd during a press conference in Ballymena last night.

A total of £1.2m was set aside for development work at Bishopscourt, Kirkistown and Nutts Corner.
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And O’Brien – who revealed that a new ‘loop’ section has been added to the Bishopscourt circuit – says he will waste no time in commencing talks with BSB supremo Higgs to bring the British Superbike series to Ulster next year.

“My dream when I bought Bishopscourt nine years ago was that one day we would be able to host a round of the British Superbike Championship,” he told News Letter Sport last night.

O’Brien is confident Bishopscourt now ticks all the necessary boxes to pave the way for a successful application, but concedes that issues other than the suitability of Bishopscourt for an event of this calibre will impact on the final decision.

“The only thing that may go against us is the lack of pit garages at the circuit, plus it would take a considerable amount of money to bring the riders and teams.

“So we will have to sit down with Mr Higgs and see what we can do,” he said.

“Northern Ireland is crying out for a motorcycle event like this because we only have two main short circuit events – the Sunflower Trophy and the Enkalon meetings.

“I think the fans would turn out in their thousands if we had a BSB race here and hopefully we can make it happen.”

The DCAL/Sport NI-funded Investment in Motorsport Programme 2009-2011, administered by 2&4 Wheels, will conclude next month.

It commenced in April 2009, with surfacing work completed at the North West 200 paddock and continued last year with the purchase of safety equipment for motocross and road racing courses and circuit upgrades, such as the new chicanes at Armoy and Mather’s Cross.

Over the past four months, major projects have included the provision of six new pit lane garages at Kirkistown plus new buildings for scrutineering and changing and rest facilities for marshals.

At Nutts Corner, the track has been upgraded to international karting standards through resurfacing work and the creation of new stand-alone tracks in the infield section of the main course, providing several circuit layout options.

Approximately £410,000 has been earmarked for course improvements and safety equipment at Irish road races, with £175,000 available to the Motorcycle Racing Association (MRA) for similar provision at motocross and supermoto venues.
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New Filim Out in 3D on IOM TT


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When is the releae date?
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Mid Antrim 150 & Motors TV
The Mid Antrim 150 Motorcycle Club and Suckin Rabbits Media are to join forces to stage the 2011 Mid Antrim 150 road race that takes place on Saturday the 6th August. Suckin Rabbits Media Director, Richard Andrews and Brian Smith of the Mid Antrim 150 Motorcycle Club spoke about the new partnership:
Richard, “First and foremost, I am a big bike fanatic. I’ve owned road bikes for most of my adult life and have raced a few seasons at club level. I love to watch the racing and like most have been to the UK rounds of BSB, WSB and MotoGP as well as the Manx and TT. However, I really became hooked on road racing after living in Ireland for two years. Mid Antrim especially stuck in my mind, where I was simply blown away by the racing.
I run my own media company, which specialises in corporate video and photography. We are currently working on projects for Mercedes F1, which includes a video inside the factory at Brackley for the website. Suckin Rabbits Media is a subsidiary of my media company that offers race clubs (short circuit and road race) a turnkey media service, where we look after their branding, marketing, promotion, sponsorship and potential broadcasting requirements. Club racing has evolved into big business, but the majority of clubs have failed to recognise this, and are being systematically run into the ground by committees that would rather spend meetings bickering over the price of the biscuits”.
“Thankfully the meetings I have had with the Mid Antrim Club have all been about progress. This year the club have appointed several forward thinking and enthusiastic individuals who are determined to see the clubs historic event move onward and upward”. Brian Smith, spoke about the new partnership, “In more recent years the club has been very slow at evolving and reacting to these fast moving times. All you have to do is look at the International road race events such as the UGP, NW200 and the TT. Some would argue these events have become too commercialised, but without commercial income, road races simply cannot happen. It now costs over £70,000 to stage a one-day road race and this money has to come from somewhere. The Mid Antrim 150 has the potential of becoming a much bigger, better and more significant road race and achieving this is now our goal”.
Richard discusses the plans for 2011. “I think most people would agree that Irish road racing receives very poor media coverage. This is staggering when you consider how exciting the racing is. So for 2011 MotorsTV, now available in 45 countries, will broadcast a 90-minute show recorded at the Mid Antrim 150 that Suckin Rabbits Media will produce. After the initial broadcast the show will then be made available to watch in HD at suckinrabbits.com.”
The Suckin Rabbits Media broadcast infrastructure will consist of fixed circuit cameras, high-speed cameras (as seen at the TT), state of the art on board camera’s, apex camera’s and helicopter coverage. Richard, “Up until now this standard of production has been reserved for the international meetings such as the TT, where North One does an incredible job. However, we will be bringing along a comparable broadcast infrastructure along with our own presenters and race commentators. Our aim is to deliver an ultra modern, dynamic and slick production”. Following the broadcast a DVD and BLU-RAY will go on sale featuring the entire racing schedule, an exclusive behind the scenes film documentary about road racing as well as loads of cool extras.
 
  Richard, “All this exposure means that after 65 years the Mid Antrim 150 is finally going global. Not only is this fantastic news for Irish road racing, but it also means the club are now talking with bigger sponsors. We are determined to significantly increase our prize money and also to reduce entry costs. Something the club will confirm shortly”.
As well as the shenanigans that normally take place in Clough each night, one of Northern Ireland’s biggest bands are set to headline on the Friday night. Brian, “We want to encourage people to camp over on the Friday night and enjoy the musical entertainment. Then on the Saturday we will host what is set to be a fantastic days racing”.
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Hello Iam back, my computer stoped working and I couldent get this site to work and then today ITS WORKING
 
 


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Last real road race of the season 10/11 sep
 
Killalane road races
Pratice is on Saturday 10th of September with roads closing 1pm to 7pm
Race day is Sunday 11th of September 2011 - Roads close at 10am to 6.30pm.

Below is a sample of confirmed entries for the 2011 Country Crest Killalane Races.
Michael Dunlop
William Dunlop
Ryan Farquahar
Michael Pearson
Guy Martin
Adrian Archibald
Derek Shiels
Andy Farrell
Sam Dunlop
PJ Gallagher
Ciaran Donnelly
Keith Costello
Sean Leonard
David Howard
Michael Sweeney
Ronan Pentony
Seamus Elliott
Mick Chatterton
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Grand posts and links mate. Hope to be at most of the 2012 Irish meetings. See you there.


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i gotta say I miss suzimad. always has a good post to read.


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