Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Anstey, Dunlop and Donald on hand for Ulster GP 2011 launch

Anstey (left), Dunlop and Donald with their recently-washed racebikes

By Road Racing desk

TT winners Bruce Anstey, Michael Dunlop and Cameron Donald were in Dundrod, Co. Antrim to mark the official launch of the McKinstry Skip Hire Ulster Grand Prix 2011.

They will be joined at the World?s Fastest Road Race this August by fellow TT winners Gary Johnson and John McGuinness as well as road racing greats such as Guy Martin, William Dunlop, Keith Amor, Conor Cummins and many more.

Noel Johnston, Clerk of the Course at Dundrod & District Motorcycle Club, said; ?I am delighted to see Bruce, Michael and Cameron in Dundrod, fresh from the Isle of Man TT, to launch Bike Week 2011.

?The exciting thing about this year?s event is that the competition is wide open and anyone could win, if the TT is anything to go by. Visitors to this year?s Ulster Grand Prix won?t be disappointed, we?re working very hard to match the great success of last year and fans can expect more exceptional racing round the seven mile long Dundrod circuit.

?Of course we wouldn?t be able to put on a great show without the help of the Northern Ireland Tourist Board and Lisburn City Council as well as our title sponsor, McKinstry Skip Hire, Dundrod 150 sponsor Topaz and race sponsors Maxwell Freight Services. Without the support of these organisations, the Ulster Grand Prix just wouldn?t happen,? he said.

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