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Post by strad » 2 years ago

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Thank You!!!
Last season I got this as "Real Road Racing" but nothing this year.
I love it.
I was looking to post in one of those "Gotta Make Racing Safer" threads elsewhere, that I think that on that subject people fall into two basic categories. Those that feel the sooner we get remote control cars and fans seated a half mile back watching their robot cars race at 300mph on big screen TVs the better, and, guys like me that feel that the TT and this type of racing is the only real racing left on the planet.
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Post by Andy » 2 years ago

strad wrote:Thank You!!!
Last season I got this as "Real Road Racing" but nothing this year.
I love it.
I was looking to post in one of those "Gotta Make Racing Safer" threads elsewhere, that I think that on that subject people fall into two basic categories. Those that feel the sooner we get remote control cars and fans seated a half mile back watching their robot cars race at 300mph on big screen TVs the better, and, guys like me that feel that the TT and this type of racing is the only real racing left on the planet.
It still is on BBC, ITV and British Eurosport 2. Sadly my sat dish, with its 110cm in diameter, is not big enough anymore to catch programs between about 7pm to 1am, which is when most of the real road racing programs on BBC and ITV get aired. Upgrading to 180cm for all night SD feeds is not completely out of question, but requires bigger construction work, which I`m not getting into before I`ve finally enlarged my flat.
For that reason, I got me a Fire TV box from Amazon lately but I really need someones help to make it work on above mentioned providers iplayers. There's been a 3 part series called 'Road Riders' aired on BBC NI, for example, which I`m really keen to get ahold of because it is about the 'real roads' riders over in Ireland. And usually the BBC also has reviews on the bigger meetings, such as the NW200 and Cookstown 100, too.

And yes, I too feel that it is one of the few types of real racing left. Only single events like hillclimbs such as Pikes Peak and the x-raid rallies come close to it, although a much different type of racing. Take Guy Martin's mishap at Tandragee, for example and compare it to Zarcos lightly overmotivated dive on Rossi at COTA about 24h later. At COTA they gave Rossi a 0.3sec pen for being closer to Marquez after avoiding a crash by taking a straight line through COTAS immense parking lots. On the other hand Guy made a mistake by braking way too late and took out another competitor with him because there was next to no run off. Even if there was a road past that, Guy would have been penalised himself by just taking that escape road. Call me conservative but to me this is how racing should be. Race to the conditions and not provide the conditions before you even get to race, like it is on most short circuits these days.

That said there was a huge turnout at Tandragee last night to escort Dario Cecconis hearse on the way to complete his final lap at the circuit he loved most. I find this a lovely way to say good bye seldom found in the pro world of racing.
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Tribute lap held in memory of Italian racer Dario Cecconi

A tribute lap in memory of Italian racer Dario Cecconi was held on Thursday night at the Tandragee 100 course where he lost his life in a crash last Saturday.

A hearse carried the 38-year-old’s remains on one final lap of the 5.3-mile circuit he loved so dearly.

Hundreds of bikers and fans turned out to pay their respects.

Mr Cecconi, from Livorno in Tuscany, crashed on the final lap of the Senior Support race. He was taken to Craigavon Area Hospital but sadly succumbed to his injuries and his death was announced on Tuesday night.

His friend, Marta Coviola – who runs the Italian motorcycling website Road Racing Core – attended the tribute lap and told the News Letter Dario loved Northern Ireland and Tandragee especially more than his own hometown.

“I’ve known Dario since 2011 and I met him in person for the first time in 2012 at the North West 200. He was where the Italians were parked in the paddock and Stefano Bonetti was there. He was always full of news for me,” she said.

“He came six times to the Tandragee 100 and two or three times to the North West, or more. Also Killalane and then the ‘Ulster’ last year for the first time, which was one of his dreams. Another dream was the Southern 100 but he didn’t go there.

“In 2010 he decided to come here because he loved Northern Ireland. He was never into short circuits or anything. The Manx was another dream but he didn’t have sponsors or anything for money. He was not able to ask for money!

“He loved this place almost more than his hometown and said it was his second family. He was almost more understood here than in Italy. He goes to the races alone with his van and no mechanics and if you say this in Italy, everyone judges you, like you are stupid. They say, ‘this is not the way’.”

Marta learned the seriousness of Dario’s injuries almost immediately as she acted as a translator for those who had accompanied him to the hospital.

She has vowed to attend the Cookstown 100 this weekend after booking her trip some time ago.

Although she admits she was unsure whether or not to go to the race, she feels it is what Dario would have wanted.

“Unfortunately I heard the news straight away because I was a translator for the people who were in hospital with him and also Francesca [Benvenuti, Dario’s partner] and Luca [Dario’s brother].

“We had a group on Facebook and I was constantly translating from English to Italian. It was very hard, unbelievable,” she said.

“I was not sure to come to Cookstown but I think Dario would have liked that.”

Marta’s brother, Nicola, said he was moved to see so many people turning out to say a final farewell to Dario.

“To see all these people here for him, a single Italian from nowhere, there is so much love for him. It’s good.”
I said it before and I`ll say it again. As a biker you can pretty much directly relate to what's going on at the circuits. Whether it is on the roads or at a short circuit and it doesn't matter if the races are about high end prototypes or pretty much stock bikes. The only difference is, that the race bikes are much faster. Other than that the same physics apply. No gimmicks like DRS, much like Steve Parrish once said: "DRS? Hah, here it is called sitting up or going flat on the tank."
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Supersport class combined Qualifying result from Cookstown:

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Post by Andy » 2 years ago

Overall results from the Cookstown 100 road races taken from http://www.bbc.com/sport/northern-ireland/39756973
The Junior and Senior Support race results are missing here.

Cookstown 100 Results
Feature Race - 1 Derek Sheils; 2 Derek McGee; 3 Michael Sweeney; 4 William Dunlop; 5 James Cowton; 6 Brian McCormack
Open Race - 1 Derek Sheils; 2 Derek McGee; 3 William Dunlop; 4 Michael Sweeney; 5 Guy Martin; 6 Brian McCormack
Supersport 600cc Race 1 - 1 William Dunlop; 2 Derek McGee; 3 Adam McLean; 4 James Cowton; 5 Derek Sheils; 6 Paul Jordan
Supersport 600cc Race 2 - 1 Adam McLean; 2 Derek McGee; 3 James Cowton; 4 William Dunlop; 5 Derek Sheils; 6 Paul Jordan
Supertwins - 1 James Cowton; 2 Derek McGee; 3 Adam McLean; 4 Michael Sweeney; 5 Derek Sheils; 6 Paul Jordan
125cc/Moto3 - 1 Sam Wilson; 2 Paul Robinson; 3 Justin Waring; 4 Nigel Moore; 5 Gary Dunlop
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Michael Sweeney (BMW) leads William Dunlop (Yamaha) in the Cookstown 100 feature race.
Meanwhile I finally found an updated schedule counting towards the Duke Road Race Ranking on wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duke_Road_Racing_Rankings:

1 Bob Smith Spring Cup Road Races - Oliver’s Mount - Scarborough - England 22-23 April
2 Tandragee '100' Road Race - Northern Ireland 21-22 April
3 Cookstown ‘100’ Road Races - Northern Ireland 28-29 April
4 North West ‘200’ Road Races - Northern Ireland 11/13 May
5 Pre-TT Classic Road Races - Billown - Isle of Man 26–29 May
6 Isle of Man TT Races - Isle of Man 27 May - 09 June
7 Post TT Races - Billown - Isle of Man 10 June
8 Cock o'the North Continental Road Race - Oliver’s Mount - England 24–25 June
9 Kells Road Races - Republic of Ireland 17-18 June
10 Skerries '100' Road Races - Republic of Ireland 30 June-1 July
11 Imatra - Finland 7-9 June
11a Walderstown Road Races - Republic of Ireland 8-9 July
12 Southern ‘100’ Road Races - Isle of Man 10–13 July
12a Barry Sheene Road Race Festival - Oliver’s Mount - Scarborough - England 22-23 July
13 Armoy Road Races - Northern Ireland 28-29 July
14 Aberdare Park - Wales ( To Be Confirmed ) July
15 Dundrod ‘150’ Road Races - Northern Ireland 10 August
16 Ulster Grand Prix - Northern Ireland 12 August
17 Classic TT - Isle of Man 25–28 August
18 Manx Grand Prix - Isle of Man 29 Aug – 1 September
19 Killalane Road Races - Republic of Ireland 09-10 September
20 Steve Henshaw Gold Cup International - Oliver’s Mount - Scarborough - England 23–24 September
21 Macau Grand Prix - Macau ( To Be Confirmed ) November

We are heading for the Northwest 200 road races at the Giant's Causeway coast now in two weeks time.
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Thanks for the updates Andy. :thumbsup:

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Post by Andy » 1 year ago

Since the TT finished the Cock o'the North at Scarborough and the Skerries 100 in the Republic of Ireland have been held while the Kells road races were cancelled. The Cock o'the North was dominated by Dean Harrison, while Derek Sheils took an almost clean sweep with a 9/10 races in the Skerries 100 last weekend.
This weekend the Race of the South in Walderstown, Republic of Ireland, and the 53rd Imatranajo at Imatra, Finland are held. Derekk Sheils continues his dominance in Ireland with pole positions in the Superbike and Supersport classes. The 53rd Imatranajo hosts the IRRC for the 2nd year in succession and I`m pleased to tell that the Penz13 squad of Rico Penzkofer handed their boss a clean podium sweep as a birthday present in the first Superbike race today with Michael Rutter taking the laurels from Dan Kneen and Alessandro Polita.

A look into the calendar and the Southern 100 road races in the Isle of Man will commence Monday and held until Championship Day Thursday. While Monday till Wednesday will see evening racing only, the Thursday will be run all day bar small lunch break. Manx Radio will broadcast every day live on its AM 1368 online player.

Exciting times ahead :)
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Southern 100 Qualifying report from last nights sessions at the Billown circuit. Source : https://www.southern100.com/index.php/c ... ay-evening
Michael & Moly Set the Pace on Monday Evening

The Opening Practice Session of the 2017 Isle of Man Steam Packet International Southern 100 Road Races saw Michael Dunlop and Dave Molyneux set the pace.

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On the Hawk Racing Suzuki Superbike Michael Dunlop lapped at 2m 17.963s, representing a speed of 110.899mph. Half a second behind was local rider Dan Kneen on the DTR BMW at 110.488mph with Yorkshire's Dean Harrison third quickest at 110.233mph.

Fellow Yorskireman, James Cowton headed both 600cc Supersport machine sessions, firstly at 107.280mph, then improving to 108.365mph. Dean Harrison and Jamie Coward shared second and third spots in both sessions, with Coward lapping at 108.212mph and Harrison at 108.110mph in the latter session. Michael Dunlop was fourth quickest in both with a best at 107.922mph.

James Cowton was also quickest in the 650cc Supertwin class at 101.747mph with long-time rival Ivan Lintin a mere 0.019 of a second down at 101.724mph. Third overall and top 250 was another Yorkshireman Joe Thompson at 98.349mph who made his debut at the June Post TT Road Races.

Stockport's Adrian Kershaw was fastest in the first 400/125 session on his 400 Kawasaki he put in a 2.42.268 lap at 94.288mph. Top of the Moto3 class was Dan Sayle at 92.367mph and the 125's were headed by Gary Dunlop at 88.583mph followed by 'team-mate' Derek McGee at 88.549mph.

The second sesssion saw both of the 2017 race winners Darryl Tweed and Seamus Elliott take first and second spots with laps of 96.801mph and 94.302mph. Dan Sayle bettered his lap to 94.047mph, whilst Derek McGee improved to 89.789mph.

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Manx Sidecar pairing, Dave Molyneux and Dan Sayle set the bench-mark in the Sidecar session with a 100mph lap in 2.32.561 equal to 100.288mph Last year's winner Tim Reeves was second at 99.189mph with John Holden and Lee Cain third at 98.671mph.

There was one incident in the first Supeerbike Practice involving one rider who was airmed to Nobles Hospital with possible fractures.

Practice continues on Tuesday evening 6.00pm to 7.27pm, followed by the first three races of the 2017 Isle of Man Steam Packet International Southern 100 Road Races with the roads opening no later than 9.40pm.



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Live Coverage of the first Southern 100 races due to commence about now at http://www.manxradio.com/radioplayer/am/
Michael Dunlop wins race 1 , the Corletts Trophy 600cc/1000cc race, by 0.1 of a second from Dan Kneen, who in turn posted a new race lap record in excess of 114 mph on the final circuit. In third follows Dean Harrison
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Post by Andy » 1 year ago

The Southern 100 road races coverage on http://www.manxradio.com/radioplayer/am/ has just started.

The schedule for today :
Wednesday 12th July
Roads Close 6.00pm till no later than 9.40pm.
Ellan Vannin Fuels Senior Race, 7 laps starting at 6.20pm and on completion followed by
Mike Kerruish Plumbing & Heating 250cc/650cc twins Race "1", 6 laps and on completion followed by
Radcliffe Butchers 600 Race 7 laps and on completion followed by
Ace Hire & Sales Formula Two Sidecar Race, 6 laps.

The Ellan Vannin Senior Race is about to start !
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Schedule for tomorrow ! All times are local UTC+1

Thursday 13th July

Roads Close 9.30am till no later than 12.15pm.

600cc "C" Race, 6 laps starting at 9.50am and on completion followed by

Pole Positiion Travel 600cc "B" Race, 7 laps and on completion followed by

S & S Motors 600cc Race, 7 laps and on completion followed by

Island Aggregates Superbike Race, 7 laps.

***************** Lunch Break *********************

Roads Close 1.00pm till no later than 5.30pm.

Ocean Motor Village 250cc/650cc Race, 6 laps starting at 1.20pm and on completion followed by

Steam Packet Company 125cc/400cc/450cc and Electric Motorcycles Race, 6 laps and on completion followed by

Manx Gas Solo Championship, 9 laps and on completion followed by

Manx Gas Sidecar Championship, 8 laps and on completion followed by

Senior Support Consolation Race, 6 laps.
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Dean Harrison clinches the Southern 100 Solo Championship by 0.131 of a sec from Dan Kneen. In third follows Michael Dunlop 0.515 of a sec down on the winner. Michael Dunlop posted a new absolute lap record for the S100 with 2:12.231 min / 115.707 mph on the 9th and final circuit.

The sidecar championship race was red flagged and not restarted following an incident at Cross-Four-Ways between leaders Tim Reeves/Mark Wilkes & 2nd placed Ben & Tom Birchall. Both outfits were claimed responsible for the incident and following red flag, so that the victory fell into hands of then 3rd placed John Holden/Lee Cain from Wayne Lockey/Mark Sayers and Conrad Harrison/Andrew Winkle.

After all this was an absolute record breaking 62nd edition of the Southern 100 road races and I`m really eager to pick up on both the ITV4 review in a couple days time and Dukes review dvd later in the year !
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ITV4 will show a two part highlight program of the Southern 100 with part 1/2 to be aired on coming Thursday from 8pm British time.
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Post by Andy » 1 year ago

Coming weekend road racing returns to Scarborough for the Barry Sheene meeting. A week later, it goes back to Northern Ireland for the Armoy road races.
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This weekend along the Barry Sheene Festival at Oliver's Mount, there will be the Faugheen 50 road races over in Ireland as well as IRRC's 3rd round at Chimay in Belgium.
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