Road Racer’s Adventures: Ulster Superbike Championship Round Two

Road Racer’s Adventures: Ulster Superbike Championship Round Two

24 times North West 200 winner Alastair Seeley, continued yesterday his ultra-potent early season form, scooping a hat-trick of victories during the second round of the Ulster Superbike Championship.

Formidable again aboard the IFS Global Logistics supported Yamaha’s, the Carrickfergus racer kept at bay the gritty pursuit from Jason Lynn, to take opening Superbike race spoils.

The sole Supersport race saw Seeley finish on top out of a field, which featured countless roads pilots including lead chaser, McAdoo Kawasaki’s Adam McLean.

Seeley went onto rubber stamp a hat-trick of victories, with success in the final Enkalon Trophy Superbike race, finishing over six seconds clear of the chasing pack.

Aside from NW200 wins record holder Seeley, lots of focus was also on 19 times TT winner Michael Dunlop.

Originally anticipated to be piloting his own squad’s 1000 Honda mount, he turned up at Bishopscourt with YZF R6 Yamaha machinery.

Fourth fastest in Supersport qualifying, the Ballymoney roads great would go onto place ninth in the final Supersport race standings, on route setting the third fastest lap.

Placing four places ahead of him was Wilson Craig Racing’s Joe Thompson whilst others looking in decent fettle ahead of the beckoning road race season, included:

Classic 350, Classic 250 race victors Mark Johnson, Brian Mateer, Lightweight Supersport race one runner-up Darryl Tweed.

GP 250 front runner Barry Davidson, prospective North West 200 newcomer, Super Twins race one winner Gary McCoy, Thomas Maxwell, Michael Browne and fellow rising roads talent Darryl Anderson.

Photo credit Tommy Vennard

Words by Stevie Rial #dontletfearcontrolyou

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