Dates announced for 2016 Ulster GP

Lee Johnston celebrates winning the opening Supersport race at the Ulster Grand Prix.' Pic by Stephen Davison
Lee Johnston celebrates winning the opening Supersport race at the Ulster Grand Prix.' Pic by Stephen Davison

The Dundrod & District Motorcycle Club has announced that Bike Week at the 2016 Ulster Grand Prix will take place from the 8th – 13th August.

Returning to the famous Dundrod circuit for the 63rd year, the main events will be practice sessions on Wednesday 10th August, the Dundrod 150 National races on Thursday 11th August and the International Ulster Grand Prix on Saturday 13th August, while there will also be a host of entertainment and activities on offer throughout the week.

oel Johnston, Clerk of the Course at the Ulster Grand Prix said: “As this year’s racing season draws to a close it’s great to be able to confirm dates for Bike Week 2016. We’ve already had a lot of enquiries from riders and fans hopefully this will help them to plan ahead.

“We’ve planned the racing to accommodate the British Superbike championship and that’s something that’s become increasingly important for us.

“One thing is for sure, by the time Bike Week comes around we will once again have a host of top names on the grid and some close racing on track.”

For more information visit www.ulstergrandprix.net