Cookstown 100: Qualifying/Races Running Order

Cookstown 100: Qualifying/Races Running Order

Excitement is entering another level for Irish Road Racing aficionados, fans, with the 101st Anniversary CDE Group Cookstown 100, due to begin today.

The opening Irish roads event of 2023, has a seventeen-race schedule which includes the showpiece, 12-lap Superbike A race.

Leading names primed for Cookstown racing stints include 21 times TT winner Michael Dunlop, BE Racing In Conjunction with Richardson Kelly Racing’s Michael Browne, Barry Davidson, Darryl Tweed and current Irish Road Race Superbike Champion Michael Sweeney.

Talented racers set to tackle the Orritor Circuit for the first time include Jacque Foley, Aaron Spence and Baja International Tourist Cup runner-up Dave Thomas.

The full prospective practice, qualifying, race running order for this year’s Cookstown 100, reads as follows:

21st April:

Newcomers A Practice
Newcomers B Practice

Qualifying Order:

Supersport A
Supersport B
250 Classics
Senior Support A
Senior Support B
Lightweight Supersport
350 Classics
125/Moto 3/Supersport 300
Junior Support A
Junior Support B
Senior Classics
Open A
Open B
Super Twins A
Super Twins B


Supersport B – 9 Laps
Senior Support B – 9 Laps
Open B – 9 Laps

22nd April:

Races Running Order:

Senior Support A – 9 Laps
125/Moto 3/Supersport 300 – 9 Laps
Lightweight Supersport – 9 Laps
Supersport A – 9 Laps
Junior 250 Classics – 8 Laps
Super Twins A – 9 Laps
Junior 350 Classics – 8 Laps
Super Twins B – 9 Laps
Junior Support A – 9 Laps
Junior Support B – 9 Laps
Open A – 9 Laps
Senior Classics – 8 Laps
Cookstown 100 Superbike B – 9 Laps
Cookstown 100 Superbike A – 12 Laps

Photo courtesy of Baylon McCaughey

Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou

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