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 on: August 16, 2015, 11:14:01 am 
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Classic Race

#1 R McCrumm, #2 E Manly, #3 S Leonard

Open Race

#1 D Sheils, #2 D Mcgee, #3 W Dunlop, #4 J Walsh, #5 S Elliot, #6 P Jordan

Senior Support[

#1 S Tobin, #2 D Tweed, #3 S Casey, #4 D Campbell, #5 T Henery, #6 J O Donovan



1# N Kernohan, P Robinson


 #1 S Elliott, #2 M Dokoupil, #3 D Howard, #4 D Tweed, #5 S Morrison, #6 B Loughlin

201/400 Support

#1 B Coomey, #2 J Horgan, 3 B Glover, #4 N Bertram , #5 D Howard , #6 D Tweed

201/1000 Classic Race

#1 R McCrum, #2 R Ford, #3 J Scott, #4 T Stewart, #5  E Manly, #6 F Stewart


#1 W Dunlop. #2 m McGee, #3 J Walsh, #4 B McCormack,  #5 T Maxwell, #6 S Elloitt


#1 P Jordan, #2 N Moore, #3 P Robinson


#1 D McGee, #2 P Jordan, #3 M Dokoupil, # 4 J Horgan, #5 M Sheilds, #6 N Bertram

Grand Final

#1 D Sheils, #2 D McGee, #3 B McCormack, #4 W Dunlop , #5  , #6

 on: August 15, 2015, 03:45:11 pm 
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Open non qualifiers

#1 B McCormack, #2 D McGee, #3 W Dunlop, #4 J Walsh, #5 S Elliot, #6 T Maxwell

Senior Support

 on: August 05, 2015, 12:38:30 pm 
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Dundrod Live Timing now available, go to your app store, download the MyLaps App and select Dundrod when the app opens.

 on: August 05, 2015, 10:09:32 am 
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Practice -  Wednesday

Roads closed from 12noon until 9.30pm.


Qualifying continues on Thursday, followed by the Plant Lubrication NI Dundrod 150 meeting (roads closed 10.30am-9.30pm).

Thursday’s race schedule is as follows:

Race 1 – Dundrod 150 National

Race 2 – Ultra Lightweight/Lightweight

Race 3 – Supertwins

Race 4 – Dundrod 150 Challenge

Race 5 – Dundrod 150 Superbike


On Saturday, roads close at 9.30am for the showpiece Metzeler Ulster Grand Prix, reopening no later than 8.30pm.

Saturday’s race schedule is as follows:

Race 1 – Superstock

Race 2 – Supersport 1

Race 3 – Ultra Lightweight/Lightweight

Race 4 – UGP Superbike

Race 5 – Supersport 2

Race 6 – Supertwins

Race 7 – Superbike 2

 on: July 27, 2015, 05:56:07 pm 
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Ryan Farquhar and the SGS International/KMR Kawasaki team enjoyed a successful day of racing at the Armoy Road Races on Saturday with the Dungannon ace taking victory in the Supertwins race and Adam McLean doing the same in the Junior Support event.


With conditions around the 3-mile circuit perfect all day, Ryan opened his account for the day with a solid sixth on his Kawasaki ZX-10R in the 7-lap Superbike race, despite not feeling over comfortable with the set-up of the machine. It was a different story in the Supertwins race though where, after taking pole position, he took a near two-second win over Derek McGee and also claimed a new lap record of 98.106mph.


Team-mate, and newcomer to the circuit, Darren James had a good ride into tenth but there was disappointment for former Grand Prix winner Jeremy McWilliams who jumped the start and pulled into retire as a result of the subsequent penalty.


Meanwhile, Adam McLean made his debut for the team, contesting the Junior Support race on another of the SGS International/KMR Kawasaki 650cc Supertwin machines and, aided by the fastest lap of the race at 93.037mph, he took an excellent win by over five seconds.


With the win under his belt, Ryan opted out of the feature Superbike race and celebrated with the whole of the SGS International/KMR Kawasaki team on their successful day.


Ryan Farquhar: “It’s been a good day for the team and a good Armoy event once more so we’re all pretty happy right now. I’ve chatted to Adam a few times this season and we agreed to run him on the bike to give SGS International a bit more exposure and he gave us the perfect start to the day with an excellent win. In the feature Twin race, it all went perfectly for me and Darren too but, unfortunately, Jeremy made a bit of a mess of the start and with all the time lost due to the penalty he received he retired from the race."


“In the first big bike race, I’d qualified sixth and made a good start to slot into fourth in the early stages. I wasn’t 100% happy with the set-up of the bike though and it wasn’t comfortable running at that pace so I eased the pace slightly and dropped back into sixth which was where I ended up. I made a few changes to the bike for the Grand Final but after Adam’s win and then my own win, we’d had a good weekend so decided to leave it there and celebrate in the SGS International hospitality. Like I say, it was a good meeting for us so thanks as always to all my loyal sponsors.”


Ryan will now turn his attentions to the Isle of Man Classic TT where he’ll ride Roger Winfield’s 500cc Paton and 1100cc Harris Yamaha in the 500cc and Formula One races respectively. Practice around the Mountain Course gets underway on Saturday August 22nd.


 on: July 27, 2015, 01:16:38 pm 
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Belfast Newsletter

Armoy Clerk of the Course Bill Kennedy has hailed the news that the rider critically injured on Saturday has been moved out of intensive care and is now on the road to recovery.

Armoy man Ian Simpson (42) came off in the Supersport 400 race at Church Bends and was airlifted from the scene by an Irish Coastguard helicopter.

He was initially described as critical after suffering a reported head injury but his condition has improved and Kennedy was in upbeat mood after visiting Mr Simpson at the Royal Victoria Hospital on Sunday.

Kennedy, who has known Armoy man Mr Simpson for ‘many years’, said the injured rider was ‘talking with friends and family’.

“I went to see Ian in hospital and he has been moved out of intensive care, which is great news,” he said.

“It’s all positive and looking good for Ian – he has a few fractures but these will heal up and I’m very happy after seeing him.

“He is talking with friends and family and I had a good chat with him. Ian is in good spirits and the news is all positive.

“I’m delighted that he is now well on the road to recovery.”

 on: July 26, 2015, 05:15:33 pm 
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 The Armoy Motorcycle Road Racing Club has confirmed that the rider involved in the incident at Church Bends in the 400cc Supersport Race yesterday afternoon (Saturday 25th July 2015) was local man and club member, Ian Simpson.

The Clerk of the Course Bill Kennedy visited Ian and his family this afternoon (Sunday 26 July 2015) in the Royal Victoria Hospital and spoke personally with Ian. Ian has now been moved out of the ICU and into a high dependency unit.

Ian stated that he was very appreciative of all that the Club and in particular the medical staff had done in ensuring he got to hospital and in his care to date.

Obviously Ian and his family are personal friends of many within the Club and we send him our very best wishes for a speedy recovery. We are aware that the many local fans and the wider road racing fraternity will be keen to know how Ian is and at this stage we are delighted to say the news is positive.

 on: July 25, 2015, 05:22:31 pm 
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The Armoy Motorcycle Road Racing Club can confirm there has been an incident involving a rider during the 400 cc Supersport Race after 4pm.

We are not aware of the extent of his injuries sustained at this stage but an Air Ambulance has airlifted the rider and taken him to the Royal Victoria Hospital.

There is no further information at this stage.

 on: July 25, 2015, 11:56:05 am 
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Junior Support

#1 A McLean, #2 B Coomey, #3 T Elwood, #4 T Henry, #5 S McKeown, #6 J Horgan

125 Race

#1 P Jordan, #2 S Wilson, #3 N Moore, #4 A McLean, #5 S Dunlop, #6 J Kelly

Supersport Race

#1 W Dunlop, #2 G Martin, #3 D Harrison, #4 D McGee, #5 D Sheils, #6 S Elliott

Open Race

#1 G Martin, #2 W Dunlop, #3 D Sheils, #4 M Dunlop, #5 D Harrison, #6 R Farquhar

Junior Classic

#1 B Davidson, #2 M Johnson, #3 G Stinson, #4 B Allan, #5 D Hastings, #6 F Stewart

Senior Classic

#1 R Ford, #2 F Stewart, #3 B Lyle, #4 N Bertram, 5 T Stewart

250 Race

#1 S Wildon, #2 M Dunlop, #3 P Robinson, #4 J Cowton, #5 J Ella, #6 C Behan

400 Race

#1 M Dokoupil, #2 S Elliot, #3 D Howard, #4 S Morrison, #5 D Tweed, #6 M Sheilds

Supertwin Race

#1 R Farquhar, #2 D McGee, #3 C Behan, #4 J Cowton, #5 C Elkin, #6 P Jordan

Senior Support Race

#K Fizpatrick, #2 R Maher, #3 D Cambell, #4 S Smith, #5 S Tobin, #6 D Tweed

Race of Legends

#1 M Dunlop, #2 G Martin, #3 D Harrison, #4 W Dunlop,#5 D McGee, #6 S Elliot

 on: July 25, 2015, 11:17:05 am 
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Armoy Road Races on C4

Sunday 9th August 2015 from 7:30am to 8:30am.

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