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Ulster Grand Prix 2015 – Round Up

Sam Wilson sealed his first international road race victory, by winning the Ulster Grand Prix lightweight race, as he produced a fantastic performance on Joey’s Bar Racing RS250 Honda.

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Photo by Rod Neill

Irish road race 250 championship leader Neil Kernohan competing on Logan Racing RS250 Honda, finished an excellent second.

Reigning Duke Road Race Rankings champion James Cowton, completed the top three finishers.

Michal Dokoupil Irish road race 400 championship leader, was leading 400 mounted rider finishing in fifth place.

Further standout performances included Callum Laidlaw finishing in sixth place, Stephen Morrison in seventh.

Christian Elkin recorded ultra lightweight victory, as the 2007 North West 200 250 winner produced a highly accomplished display.

Connor Behan, who finished eighth in super twins race, finished in second position, Nigel Moore finalised the top three finishers.

Horst Saiger won the leading newcomer award at the 2015 Ulster Grand Prix, competing for ILR Kawasaki, Horst secured 12th place finish in superstock race which was followed by 16th place finishes in superbike races.

Lee Johnston won the rider of the meeting award, following hat trick of victories and third place finish in feature superbike race.

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