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Northwest 200



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BIG gratz to Tyco BMW!

Alastair Seeley continued BMW Motorrad’s winning streak at the International North West 200 by taking a fabulous Superbike victory for Tyco BMW on Saturday [May 16]. The win helped the Ulsterman go level of victories with the legendary Robert Dunlop – both men now sharing 15 wins apiece at the top of the all-time winners’ list.

The Tyco BMW rider is usually never short on words, but was well aware of his feat as he crossed the line in front of Ian Hutchinson and Bruce Anstey, and duly paid tribute to the late great Dunlop brothers, Joey and Robert.

“I’m a bit overwhelmed if I’m honest. To have equaled Robert’s record in such a short space of time… I’m stuck for words,” said Seeley. “I used to watch Joey and Robert race here as a boy, and to join Joey on thirteen wins on Thursday was an honour, but to join Robert now on fifteen is just amazing for me and the Tyco BMW team. Big credit to all the boys for a big effort this North West and of course BMW Motorrad for providing top class machinery.”

The double British champion also finished in second place after a thrilling duel in the Superstock class to fellow BMW rider Lee Johnston. Seeley led on numerous occasions throughout, and despite Johnston putting an embargo on him taking his 16th career win at the Triangle after an epic struggle, Seeley heaped praise on his local rival.

“I’m not a bit disappointed at all. It’s just good to be on the podium here at the North West in this type of company. Lee and I used each other to draft ourselves away from Dunlop on our BMWs, which were certainly stronger than the Yamaha. Hutchy came strong at the end but it’s a 1-2 for BMW Motorrad and you can’t ask for better than that.”

Results

Superbike Race – Winner: Alastair Seeley [Tyco BMW] 22mins 15.677sec; 2nd – Ian Hutchinson [PBM Kawasaki] 22mins 15.982sec; 3rd – Bruce Anstey [Padgett’s Honda] 22mins 16.220sec; 4th – Lee Johnston [ECR/Burdens BMW] 22mins 22.17.598sec; 5th – Michael Rutter [Penz13.com BMW] 22mins 19.200sec; 6th – John McGuinness [Honda Racing] 22mins 20.644sec

Fastest Lap – Alastair Seeley 121.967mph

Superstock Race – Winner: Lee Johnston [BMW] 22min 17.138sec; 2nd – Alastair Seeley [BMW] 22min 17.330sec; 3rd – Ian Hutchinson [Kawasaki] 22min 17.557sec; 4th – Michael Dunlop [Yamaha] 22min 18.299sec; 5th – William Dunlop [BMW] 22min 31.884sec; 6th – Martin Jessopp [BMW] 22min 32.157sec


May Day Racing Weekend!



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BSB: Round 3 - Oulton Park


Tommy Bridewell rode a near-perfect race to claim victory in the Oulton Park opener ahead of Milwaukee Yamaha's Josh Brookes, while defending MCE British Superbike champion Shane Byrne grabbed third place.

The Tyco BMW rider got ahead of Brookes at the end of lap two from second place on the grid and maintained his lead to the chequered flag for his second BSB career win. Brookes kept hold of Bridewell's tail throughout the race, never slipping more than a second behind the leader, but his charge was in vain as tyre degradation played its part.

Byrne outfought his team-mate Stuart Easton to claim the final rostrum place and maintain his run of finishing on the podium in every race this season. With Easton in fourth Buildbase BMW's Ryuichi Kiyonari rounded out the top five.

Round two's double race winner James Ellison got home in sixth position, 14 seconds behind the leading two, while Honda Racing's Jason O'Halloran finished seventh. Michael Laverty, Howie Mainwaring and Richard Cooper completed the top ten.

BSB veteran Chris Walker continued to ride consistently on board the Be Wiser Kawasaki to take 11th just ahead of Bennetts Suzuki's Josh Waters. James Westmoreland scored his first points for JG Speedfit Kawasaki with Billy McConnell and Lee Jackson taking the final points-paying positions.



Tandragee 100

William Dunlop won yesterday’s feature Superbike race at the Tandragee 100 Road Races in convincing fashion aboard his Tyco BMW S 1000 RR. The Ballymoney man took second place in Open race from his pole position qualifying berth, after a race long battle with eventual winner Ryan Farquhar, but yesterday’s feature Superbike win gave Dunlop his first victory on BMW Motorrad machinery. Dunlop also set the fastest lap in both Superbike races around the 5.34-mile Tandragee 100 circuit.

William Dunlop: “It was worthwhile going to Tandragee and I’m a bit more comfortable on the Tyco BMW, which was always the plan this weekend. The changes that we made for the second race at Cookstown and the further changes for Tandragee have helped us make big steps forward. Yes we still have a bit of work to do before the TT, but it was really nice to win on a big bike, which is confidence inspiring.”

Philip Neill – Team Manager: “Job done. The end goal from Tandragee was always to get William more settled on the bike and that’s what we have achieved. There’s no disgrace coming second to Ryan Farquhar at Tandragee, but to go on and take a convincing feature race win is pleasing and will provide William with the perfect boost coming into the North West 200 in just over a week’s time.”










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