Motorcycle season closer at the Sunflower Trophy meeting in County Down
Three Kerry riders will contest the Sunflower Trophy Races in Bishopscourt on this weekend.
The County Down event is the traditional season closer in Northern Ireland and always attracts entries from Ulster Championship.
It is the biggest single meeting trophy event in the country.
Emmet O’Grady will use the same Yamaha R6 that he rode to second in the Supersport Pro championship at Mondello Park all season.
This will mark his third visit to the Sunflower Trophy races.
He will double-job this weekend so as well as contesting all 600cc races on the programme he will also race in the all-comers Sunflower Trophy race that will bring the curtain down on the Irish motorcycle racing season.
He will be joined in County Down by Darragh Crean who will race in the SuperTwin class and Robert O’Connell who will, most likely, race in the Production Twins class..
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