Irwin and Seeley in Ulster GP return?

Thursday, 1 June 2017

Irwin and Seeley in Ulster GP return? thumbnailGlenn Irwin won a thrilling feature race at the North West 200 from Alastair Seeley

ULSTER Grand Prix Clerk of the Course Noel Johnston has said he will do whatever it takes to bring Alastair Seeley and Glenn Irwin to this year's event.
The two riders fought tooth and nail in a breathtaking feature race at this month's North West 200 - and Johnston admits that he liked what he saw.
In the end Irwin prevailed the winner onboard his PBM Be Wiser Ducati Panigale R to clinch his first international road race victory at the age of 27.
Seeley - the all-time record holder with 21 North West 200 wins - last competed at Dundrod 15 years ago in the 750 Support Race placing fourth, while relative-newcomer Irwin finished second and third in the Supersport class in 2015 in what was only his second year at the world famous circuit.


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