Richie Ryan moves closer to Dunlop Masters Superbike title

Kilkenny’s Richie Ryan dominated the Superbike top step at Rounds thirteen fourteen and fifteen of the Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship on the Mondello Park National Track on August 4th & 5th. The Yamaha R1 rider moved a step closer to retaining his Superbike crown with a hat-trick of wins making it eleven victories in a row. In Supersport, the championship pendulum swung towards Antrim’s Dean McMaster, who bounced back from two events where he lost some of his championship advantage, to take three wins over nearest rival, Tralee’s Emmet O’Grady.…

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Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship to race for the Leinster 100 & 200 Trophies

The 2018 Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship reconvenes at Mondello Park this weekend, August 4th & 5th for the latest instalment of the popular race series. With the Leinster Motor Club in charge the event will include races for the Leinster 100 and Leinster 200 trophies which carry some of the biggest names in Irish Motorcycle Racing. The Superbike racers will take centre stage as the battle for the 2018 title continues. This weekend while racing for championship points and prizemoney they will also have the Leinster 200 trophy to battle…

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Thrilling Dunlop Masters Superbike races go down to the wire

Mondello Park was the venue once again for the second Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship event of the season, as a quality field battled for points in round 4, 5 and 6 of the series. Just as it had at the March season opener, the Superbike class stole the show with three thrilling races which went down to the wire on each occasion. Although the battle at the head of the field was even closer than at the previous event, it was still Charles Stuart and Richie Ryan who shared the…

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Record crowds for incident packed Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship opener

In front of a record crowd the 2018 Dunlop Masters Superbike Championship served up some quality racing during an incident packed season opener. The Superbike spoils were shared by Kilkenny’s Richie Ryan and Charles Stuart, with Ulsterman Stuart taking two wins to the single victory for reigning Superbike Champion Ryan. The Dunlop Supersport division produced its usual close battles with two new winners taking the spoils as Dean McMaster finally broke his Masters duck with a pair of victories, while Emmet O’Grady making a return after a five year lay-off…

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