Welshman, Ian Lougher is hoping to add to his tally of Ulster Grand Prix wins next weekend as he takes to the fastest pure road racing circuit in the world.

The Dundrod circuit in Northern Ireland once again will host the Dundrod 150 and Ulster Grand Prix which combine to produce a great three day motorcycle festival.

Team Black Horse manager and rider, Lougher, is the undisputed "King of Dundrod" with twelve Ulster Grand Prix titles to date. "The Dundrod circuit is definitely one of my favourite venues. Tt is in my view, a true "riders" circuit," he said, "It's extremely fast and flowing, which suits my style of riding and is also a highly technical circuit. The combination of high speed and technical corners guarantees the event never fails to produce sensational motorcycle racing."

Lougher will be contesting both Supersport 600 races and the Superstock race on the Team Black Horse machines. Whilst for the three main Superbike races, Lougher will be mounted on the familiar green livery of the Stobart Motorsport - Vent Axia Honda Superbike.

As well as the big classes Lougher will also be campaigning in the 125cc event, on the Matt Jackson's Honda RS125, a race which so far in his career he has never won.

The action kicks off at 13.00hrs on Wednesday 15th August with practice sessions for the Dundrod 150 and the Ulster Grand Prix. It continues from 9.00hrs on Thursday 16th August with practice and qualifying for the Ulster Grand Prix, and the Dundrod 150 Road Races getting underway in the afternoon. The festivities culminating in an action packed day of road racing for the International Ulster Grand Prix on Saturday 18th August.