BSB » Lowry, Relentless seal Sunflower victory

British Superbike rider Ian Lowry beats World Supersport front runner Sam Lowes to win the annual Sunflower Trophy at Bishopscourt.

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Richard Mushet

October 25, 2011 7:57 AM

According to Jack Kennedy's race report, Lowry was gifted at least one win after taking out Kennedy and Seeley being caught up with the incident.

Backmarkers played a part too, with no blue flags being shown and certain riders lapping 15-20 seconds slower than the leaders... Poor show by the organisers you could say?

And to the writer of this article - Tim Reeves wasn't with Greg Cluze this weekend, he was with Ashley Hawes.

Dickie Muskett - Unregistered

October 25, 2011 1:32 PM

Lowry wasnt gifted anything Richard, he handed out the lessons to all,won it fair & square! And as for the sidecars, who cares, theyre only good for spewing oil round the track & trebling the queue at the burger stand??!!

big eric - Unregistered

October 25, 2011 5:08 PM

who did he hand out lessons to ? he had no opposition , aka laverty etc,good on him for the win ,hes a good rider,but it was a poor meeting all round from what im told,first time ive missed it in about 20 yrs,poor weather,poor entry,i stayed away

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