Peter Hickman was crowned ‘Man of the Meeting’ for the second year running at the Ulster Grand Prix after sealing a double – despite rain cutting the action short at Dundrod.
Hickman was declared the winner in a reduced distance MMB Surfacing Superbike race, which combined with his win in the Centra Whitemountain Supersport race and second place in the Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council Superstock race, was enough to see him take the title ahead of Manx man Conor Cummins. His performance meant that he lifted the Darran Lindsay memorial trophy for the second year running.
Ulster Grand Prix – RESULTS
Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council 600 Supersport
Conor CUMMINS Honda – Padgett’s Motorcycles 21:36.329
Adam McLEAN Kawasaki – McAdoo Kawasaki Racing 21:44.506
Dean HARRISON Kawasaki – Silicone Engineering Racing 21:49.537
DGH Recovery Services Supertwin
Adam McLEAN Kawasaki – Roy Hanna Motors 19:47.747
Christian ELKIN Kawasaki – Dynocentre NI 19:53.463
Ian LOUGHER Kawasaki – Team ILR / Mark Coverdale 20:26.131
Belfast International Airport Ultra-Lightweight/Lightweight
Neil KERNOHAN Honda 250 – Logan Racing 19:57.501
Shaun ANDERSON Honda 250 – CB Racing 20:05.676
Darryl TWEED Kawasaki 400 – M & D Racing a 5 20:26.845
Christian ELKIN b 107.712 Honda 250 Moto 3 – Bob Wylie Racing 20:32.638
Michal DOKOUPIL b 105.019 Ariane 250 Moto 3 21:04.255 31.617
Nigel MOORE b 101.888 Honda 250 Moto 3 21:43.097 1:10.459
Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council Superstock
Dean HARRISON Kawasaki – Silicone Engineering Racing 13:25.199
Peter HICKMAN BMW – Smith’s Racing BMW 13:25.402
Conor CUMMINS Honda – Padgett’s Motorcycles a 4 13:30.330
Centra Whitemountain 600 Supersport
Peter HICKMAN Triumph – Trooper Triumph by Smith’s 20:55.456
Lee JOHNSTON Honda – Padgett’s Motorcycles 21:03.391
Conor CUMMINS Honda – Padgett’s Motorcycles 21:03.432
MMB Surfacing Superbike
Peter HICKMAN BMW – Smith’s Racing BMW 6:58.116
Lee JOHNSTON Honda – Honda Racing 6:59.515
David JOHNSON BMW – Tyco BMW Motorrad 7:00.681
For full results, visit: http://ulstergrandprix.net/the-race/results/
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