RR » NW200: Dunlop declared winner of Supersport race


'I always keep fighting and I came back fighting today again' - Michael Dunlop

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bigphilsp1 - Unregistered

May 18, 2013 5:08 PM

MK2racer. decisions this year at the NW have been strange even letting Alastair Seeley ride in the first 600 ss race when he had not even qualified. If they are going to make rules they should stick to them even though I like to see local boys win.
Einar if they had to wait to better weather it would be next week before the races would run. Organisers need to seriously look at contingency plans for future years given the crap climate we now have.

Mk2racer - Unregistered

May 18, 2013 5:28 PM

@bigphilsp1 Yes I agree with you ---just slipped my mind The rules are very peculiar Just have to leave it to MW He does a good job deaing with teams and individuals-------I just couldnt face it if you know what I mean

joelrc - Unregistered

May 18, 2013 10:23 PM

its a MW show people get excluded after paying to enter others get payed to turn up and don't even get qualified and are aloud to race Its such a shame weather stopped it but sorry MW this is second time no racing your BSB stars will not race the lads that race all weathers in your own country that are the heart of road racing you treat like sh!!! TV will not cover it again bbc was live internet MW sponcers will not keep paying for no TV coverage

weephil - Unregistered

May 19, 2013 11:02 PM

The weather has nothing to do with MW if he could he would have run the races on friday but the crappy goverment we have here in N.I wont allow it. As for BSB riders not wanting to run in it Micheal Dunlop William Dunlop John McGuiness and Jaime Hamilton all didn't want to ride in that weather and no one could blame them so before spouting aloud of crap check the facts.

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