Road Racing News

International Road Race Winners 2010’s – Update

Last Thursday’s Castle Mall Super Twins Ulster GP race saw Paul Jordan became the 39th different racer to claim during this decade, an International Road Race victory.

Before people state you haven’t included victories from this meeting, or that event, the total of 39 different International Road Race winners is based upon riders successes at the North West 200, TT, Ulster Grand Prix, Steve Henshaw International Gold Cup at Oliver’s Mount, Scarborough and the Macau Grand Prix.

Supersport, Lightweight TT lap record holder Michael Dunlop presently holds the record for most International roads triumphs in the 2010’s, claiming to date 29 victories.

Photo by Tommy Vennard

Others to secure over 20 victories are North West 200 record holder Alastair Seeley (22), 16 times TT winner Ian Hutchinson (24) and recent Ulster GP record breaker, history maker Peter Hickman (23).

The full list of racers to have secured International Road Race victories, throughout the past ten years of competitive action are as follows:

Racer: Victories:

Michael Dunlop 29
Ian Hutchinson 24
Peter Hickman 23
Alastair Seeley 22
Bruce Anstey 14
John McGuinness 10
Michael Rutter 10
Lee Johnston 8
Ivan Lintin 8
Ryan Farquhar 7
Dean Harrison 7
Guy Martin 6
Glenn Irwin 5
William Dunlop 4
Christian Elkin 4
Jeremy McWilliams 3
Martin Jessopp 3
Ian Lougher 3
Neil Kernohan 3
Paul Robinson 2
Keith Amor 2
James Cowton 2
James Hillier 2
Davy Morgan 2
Michal Dokoupil 2
Gary Johnson 2
Stefano Bonetti 1
Davey Todd 1
Daley Mathison 1
Dan Kneen 1
Sam Wilson 1
Derek McGee 1
Dan Cooper 1
Shaun Anderson 1
Adam McLean 1
Conor Cummins 1
Paul Jordan 1
Mark Miller 1
Stuart Easton 1

Words by Stevie Rial

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