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Five starts – five victories could only mean one man – Ryan Farquhar!

Cameron Donald, making a very welcome return to road racing after his spill at the 2009 TT was runner-up to Farquhar in the two Superbike races and fourth in the 600 class, placing him in sixth overall.

Oliver's Mount double race winners, Josh Leaning and Lee Vernon, not entered at Cookstown drop from fourth and fifth positions to seventh and eighth, whilst John Burrows having his first race of the season climbs into ninth, with fellow Ulsterman Davy Morgan moves up to tenth from 12th.

With the unfortunate pre-season cancellation of the popular Tandragee '100' Road Races, the next round of the Duke Road Race Rankings for 2010 is the International North West '200' Road Races which take place on Saturday 15th May.

Full details can be found on www.dukevideo.com/DukeRoadRaceRankings




Related Pictures

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Ryan Farquhar leads William Dunlop in the 125cc Race at Cookstown 100 Road Races - April 2010. (Fiona Madden)
John McGuinness at the Isle of Man TT in 2014
Ian Lougher at the Classic TT in 2014
Tyco BMW rider Guy Martin
David Johnson will make his debut at the Classic TT in 2014
Danny Webb in action at the 2014 Isle of Man TT
Connor Behan in action at the 2014 Isle of Man TT
Lee Johnston in action at the 2014 Isle of Man TT
Keith Amor on the Rig Deluge BMW S1000RR
William Dunlop will ride a rotary Norton at the Classic TT
Dean Harrison will ride for Black Eagle Racing at the 2015 Classic TT
Lee Johnston will ride for Black Eagle Racing at the 2015 Classic TT
Gary Johnson leads Alastair Seeley and Bruce Anstey at the North West 200
Cameron Donald will again ride for Norton at the Isle of Man TT in 2015
Mugen riders John McGuinness and Bruce Anstey at the 2014 Isle of Man TT
Robbin Harms and Isle of Man TT rider liaison officer Richard Quayle on the TT circuit
William and Michael Dunlop in action at the North West 200
Jeremy McWilliams on the Harris Yamaha at the Island International Classic at Phillip Island

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916 - Unregistered

May 01, 2010 9:22 PM

125cc Two stroke Vs 450cc four, well Yeah, you only have to look as far a Moto2, the 600's are not as fast as the 250's they replaced, if politics (Honda) were not involved, then Two Strokes would be developed into the efficient, clean, green mighty machines that they deserve to be. Lotus are developing. . .



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