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North West 200 Race Programme Goes On Sale

Fans urged to snap up the Relentless North West 200's glossy 100-page official Race Programme
As visitors, bike fans and competitors gear up for North West 200 Race Day on 15th May, organisers Coleraine & District Motor Club Ltd are asking spectators to buy a programme to help support the North West which is billed as Ireland's top outdoor sporting event.

As Race Director Mervyn Whyte emphasised, programme sales are an essential source of income for the event organisers: “We urge spectators, fans and visitors to all dig into their pockets and buy a programme online at www.northwest200.org or from one of our hundreds of volunteers who will be located around the Coleraine/Portrush/Portstewart 'triangle' area.”

The Relentless North West 200's glossy 100 page official Race Programme has been produced for the ninth consecutive year by local company Careva Publishing. Competitively priced at £15 (18 Euros) the programme contains all up to date race information including the six race line-up and in depth features on leading riders. The souvenir programme also includes retro articles on Brian Reid, Woolsey Coulter and Ralph Bryans and a detailed lap of the circuit with current lap record holder Steve Plater. Programmes will also be available to purchase from Tesco stores and petrol stations in the 'Triangle' region.

Mervyn Whyte went on to thank Paul Lindsay and his staff from Careva, saying: “I'd like to thank the team for all their hard work and dedication. Each year the programme just gets bigger and better and I absolutely believe this is the best to date with a fabulous line-up of contributors and rider features to ensure fans get a great read and excellent value for money.”

The Relentless International North West 200 in association with Black Horse takes place on Saturday 15th May with roads closing at 10am. Practice sessions take place on Tuesday 11th May (roads close 5pm and re-open at 9.30pm) and on Thursday 13th May (roads close 9.30am and re-open at 3pm). Race Festival Week events begin on Saturday 8th May.

Relentless International North West 200 in association with Black Horse Race Programme - Saturday 15th May

Race 1 - Yoko Superbike Race 1 (5 Laps)
Race 2 – Clinton Enterprises 600cc Supersport Race 1 (5 Laps)
Race 3 – McKendry Fabrications Ltd 125cc (4 Laps)
Race 4 – CP Hire Ltd Superstock Race (5 Laps)
Race 5 – Greenline NW200 Superbike Race 2 (6 Laps)
Race 6 – Ballymoney Borough Council 600cc Supersport Race 2 (5 Laps)



Related Pictures

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North West 200 Road Races Race Programme 2010 with model Judy
Glenn Irwin and Ben Wilson with NW200 Event Director Mervyn Whyte and Rider Liaison officer Steve Plater
Ben Wilson and Glenn Irwin at the North West 200 circuit with Event Director Mervyn Whyte and Steve Plater, Rider Liaison officer
John McGuinness will ride the ex-Steve Hislop Norton at the Classic TT in 2015
Lee Johnston on the Black Eagle Racing MV Agusta at the Classic TT
John McGuinness on the Padgett`s Honda Supersport machine at the North West 200
John McGuinness on the Honda Fireblade at the North West 200
Tyco Suzuki rider Guy Martin at the North West 200
William Dunlop on the Tyco Suzuki at the North West 200
William Dunlop leads Conor Cummins at the North West 200
William Dunlop leads Conor Cummins at the North West 200
William Dunlop leads Conor Cummins in the first Superbike race at the North West 200
Michael Dunlop on the BMW S1000RR Superbike at the North West 200
Michael Dunlop celebrates victory in the Superbike race at the North West 200
Michael Dunlop on his Superstock BMW at the North West 200
John McGuinness on the Honda Racing Fireblade at the North West 200
Michael Dunlop on the BMW Motorrad S1000RR at the North West 200
Alastair Seeley celebrates victory at North West 200

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alex - Unregistered

May 05, 2010 9:31 AM

competitvley priced at £15 quid - your having a laugh!!!! Maybe if they reduced the price to £5, three times as many people would buy them and they would still get the same income.....

wheelz - Unregistered

May 05, 2010 12:42 PM

When you consider that the £15 price of the programme is all you pay for a full day's racing at the NW200 then it's pretty good value for money. How much does a ticket to BSB cost nowadays? A bit more then £15 I'd guess. The programme sales are an important revenue stream for the NW200. If everyone who went to the event bought a programme than it would go along way to safeguarding the financial future of the biggest single sporting event in Ireland.



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