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  • Eugene Laverty enjoys seamless transition to Ducati - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    paid us a visit so it is clear we have the support of the factory and that is really important Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Burrows BE Racing ready to sizzle in Big Three By Paul Lindsay John Burrows Cookstown BE Racing team has already secured the services of Senior Manx Grand Prix winner Malachi Mitchell Thomas and multiple Irish champion Dubliner Derek Sheils for 2016 and next week the Dungannon businessman will add an international road race winner to his line up for this season s Big Three internationals Eugene Laverty s pang of regret after suffering another injury By Paul Lindsay Leaving Sepang bottom of the timesheets and nursing yet another injury wouldn t have been how Toomebridge MotoGP star Eugene Laverty would have envisaged his opening three day test of 2016 Race for glory is on at Motorcyclist of the Year awards By Paul Lindsay Ballyclare s Jonathan Rea will make history tomorrow night when he becomes the first home grown world champion to be crowned Cornmarket Irish Motorcyclist of the Year at the gala black tie bash Local racers Jeremy and Ryan can be the wizards of Oz By Paul Lindsay Local racing aces Jeremy McWilliams and Ryan Farquhar have left the cold British winter behind as they look to retain the International Challenge Trophy at Phillip Island in Australia this weekend Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Burrows BE Racing ready to sizzle in Big Three Paul Lindsay Natalie Kane is enjoying Swede taste of Motocross title success Paul Lindsay Ian Hutchinson a major doubt for Isle of Man TT Paul Lindsay William Dunlop will let his bike do the talking Paul Lindsay Busy Guy up for another Dunlop showdown Paul Lindsay Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland The Troubles gallery 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph Events A musical send off at funeral of country star

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/columnists/paul-lindsay/eugene-laverty-enjoys-seamless-transition-to-ducati-34192736.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Belfast Telegraph Sports Columnists - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    should not be a barrier as he looks to capture a British Superbike ride for 2016 Natalie Kane is enjoying Swede taste of Motocross title success Loughbrickland s Natalie Kane three times a British champion added the Swedish womens Motocross title to her impressive CV last weekend at the Grand Prix Circuit of Uddelalla in Sweden Redmayne dedicates Manx triumph to tragic Lawson Manxman Billy Redmayne added to his 2014 Newcomers victory by winning yesterday s Mylchreest Motors Junior Race at the IMGold Manx Grand Prix on board a Martin Bullock Racing Honda Ambitious Irwin sets sights on a premier challenge Glenn Irwin would be the first to admit that his British Supersport title aspirations for 2015 are all over bar the shouting Switch for Eugene Laverty can set up Superbike world title bid The closest Ulsterman Eugene Laverty will get to a home MotoGP round this season will be the British Grand Prix at Silverstone this weekend which could well be his one and only appearance in the premier class before a likely return to World Superbike in 2016 Wee Wizard Alastair Seeley aims to see off Josh Elliott at Cadwell Park There are only four rounds remaining in this season s British Superstock Championship which has turned into an all Ulster dogfight for the title between Ballinamallard s Josh Elliott and the Wee Wizard from Carrick Alastair Seeley Flight back to a golden era at Enniskillen airfield A golden era of racing will ride again as the popular Enniskillen 100 Revival touches down at St Angelo Airport on Saturday September 12 with a huge variety of modern vintage and classic racing motorcycles on show Victory is only on Laverty s mind ahead of Czech test Despite rumours circulating that Eugene Laverty could make a return to World Superbike next season with whispers of interest from former employers Yamaha and Aprilia this weekend the Monaco based Ulsterman will be fully focused on his job in MotoGP Rainey returns with a little help from his friends Ryan Rainey hung up his leathers somewhat disillusioned with the sport of motorcycle racing back in 2007 aged just 27 but after working in British Superbike and MotoGP as a mechanic he s now back on the grid thanks to a loyal sponsor and few high profile friends including top professional riders the Laverty brothers Eugene and Michael Jonathan Rea just taking it race at a time to the title Jonathan Rea says he is taking one race at a time but the Ballyclare lad could potentially be crowned World Superbike Champion this Sunday in Malaysia making him the first rider from these shores to do so in the 28 year history of the SBK series Manx ace Conor Cummins targeting podium success at Ulster Manx ace Conor Cummins has been conspicuous by his absence at the business end of proceedings this year on the roads but the affable Honda rider is confident he can be on the podium at next week s Metzeler

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/columnists/paul-lindsay/?page=2 (2016-02-15)
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  • Belfast Telegraph Sports Columnists - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    TT South African rider Hudson Kennaugh who prevented a Northern Ireland victory in the Pirelli National Superstock 1000cc class at Donington Park last weekend is making a return to the Isle of Man TT this year Ulster star Laverty is out to upstage Valentino Rossi The MotoGP race at Mugello will be all about Yamaha s championship leader Valentino Rossi and his passionate Italian fans but there s a certain Ulsterman who is also looking forward to his weekend in Tuscany Ace Jonathan Rea s thrilling World Superbike Championship bid is gathering momentum Northern Ireland s Jonathan Rea currently leads the World Superbike Championship by 87 points and he will be looking to extend that lead this coming weekend during the British round at Donington Park Andy Reid is relishing chance to perform on the World Supersport stage County Antrim racer Andy Reid will make his World Supersport debut this weekend at Donington Park with the Core Motorsport Honda team after an 11th hour request to replace Taiwanese rider Ratthapark Wilairot Jonathan Rea craving another double to extend World Superbike Championship advantage World Superbike Championship leader Jonathan Rea will be gunning for his third double victory of the season this weekend at Imola Italy which hosts round five of this year s WSB series Lee Johnston all set to prove his top class at North West 200 Fermanagh s Lee Johnston was a double winner in the Supertwin category at last year s Vauxhall International North West 200 but he is looking for wins in the higher profile four stroke classes this time around with his Burdens backed East Coast Racing team Ryan Farquhar has sights firmly set on a crisp return Ryan Farquhar will make a return to Superbike action this weekend at the Around A Pound Tandragee 100 but the Dungannon man who is Ireland s most successful national road racer with a fabulous double century win tally says the only pressure this week is getting bikes Eugene Laverty hopes pedal power can help him reign in Spain After an exotic tour of Qatar Texas and Argentina for MotoGP Eugene Laverty will make his European debut with the Aspar Honda team at Jerez this weekend for round four of the 2015 series Nico Mawhinney is relishing big date with a favoured circuit Castledawson joiner Nico Mawhinney is struggling to stop smiling after a dream debut in the Pirelli National Superstock 1000cc Championship which forms part of the high flying British Superbike series Michael Dunlop will lead the charge at Cookstown 100 with new machine Michael Dunlop will showcase his factory backed Milwaukee Yamaha YZF R1 Yamaha for the first time on local tarmac this weekend at the KDM Hire Cookstown 100 Road Races Michael Laverty is all fired up for attack on two fronts Tyco BMW British Superbike star Michael Laverty explained that two podiums at Brands Hatch this weekend are his main focus as he looks to blast his 2015 BSB title aspirations into life with local

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/columnists/paul-lindsay/?page=3 (2016-02-15)
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  • Belfast Telegraph Sports Columnists - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    celebrate his 21st year of racing on two wheels in 2015 and despite having watched his 40th birthday come and go in a fleeting glimpse the former international two stroke road racing winner is as excited as ever to be pulling on his now famous It s nearly the end of the road for racing legend Guy Martin Road racing could be bidding farewell to one of its biggest stars with the news that Guy Martin is set to take his foot off the accelerator Maria Costello secures BMW backing for TT glory bid Top female road racer Maria Costello who missed last year s Vauxhall International North West 200 after sustaining an injury during practice has secured a lucrative deal to ride BMW S1000RR machinery at this year s event with the Ice Valley team Motorcycling fun gearing up for Belfast with Adelaide Blackhorse Motorcycle Festival Michael Dunlop who recently signed for the factory backed Milwaukee Yamaha team will open this year s Adelaide Blackhorse Motorcycle Festival at the King s Hall Pavilion in Belfast tomorrow alongside Dublin s WD40 British Superbike star Jack Kennedy Big names lined up for action packed Adelaide Blackhorse Motorcycle Festival The Adelaide Blackhorse Motorcycle Festival fires into life for three action packed days next weekend February 6 to 8 at the King s Hall Pavilion in Belfast It s green for go as Jonathan Rea has World in focus in Superbike title challenge In just three weeks time Manx based Ballyclare lad Jonathan Rea will embark on the next stage of his World Superbike career decked out in the green and white livery of the official Kawasaki Racing Team Kennedy is striving for a slick return to these shores Jack Kennedy will return from two seasons in World Supersport to head up an exciting new line up in the WD 40 Kawasaki British Superbike squad The Irishman will be joined by former team mate and fellow BSB rookie Taylor Mackenzie Andrew Irwin and Carl Phillips ready to form an all Ulster attack MWR Motorsports will boast an all Ulster line up for this season s Pirelli National Superstock 600cc Championship which forms part of the world renowned British Superbike Championship series The race is on to land Joey Dunlop Trophy Voting is now closed so it s just a matter of counting down the days until the Adelaide Irish Motorcyclist of the Year is announced at the gala black tie Adelaide Motorbike Awards at the Ramada Plaza in Belfast on January 23 Gordon Crockard taking a leap of faith in Belfast in new role at Arenacross UK indoor For the first time in over a decade former world number three Gordon Crockard will not pull on his goggles and kickstart a motorcycle at the Arenacross UK indoor spectacular January 16 17 at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast TT legend John McGuinness is raring for glory at Isle of Man John McGuinness TT legend and Manx resident Conor Cummins will form a two man

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/columnists/paul-lindsay/?page=4 (2016-02-15)
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  • Belfast Telegraph Sports Columnists - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    for Burrows Following discussions at the Macau Grand Prix earlier this month 23 year old Ballyclare lad Jamie Hamilton will finally join forces with former racer John Burrows in his Dungannon based B E Racing squad for the 2015 season Brookes out of NW200 due to World bid International North West 200 lap record holder Josh Brookes is set to miss next year s event on the North Coast due to a date clash with the World Superbike calendar which will be officially announced on Tuesday Lee has the firepower to silence Macau s big guns Saturday s 48th Macau Grand Prix will bring the curtain down on the International Road Racing season with Pirtek Honda mounted Lee Johnston looking to upset the formbook and steal in for a podium which would be a fitting end to a successful year for the diminutive Kneen and Millsport finally back on road to success Ballymoney based Millsport Racing famous for their exploits between the hedges with the late great Martin Finnegan will be back on the roads scene next season after securing the services of Irish and Ulster Superbike champion Dan Kneen to ride a full stable of Suzuki Seeley won t give up his title bid without a real fight Hallowe en may be still a fortnight away but Carrickfergus Alastair Seeley affectionately known as the Wee Wizard will be looking to cast a few spells of his own this coming weekend at Brands Hatch if he s to have any chance of taking home the British Supersport title Marshall Neill hopes to pick up the pieces if Superbike title rivals flop in finale The 2014 Mondello Masters series concludes this weekend with three riders still in contention for outright victory in the Superbike class at the Co Kildare venue Eugene Laverty and Jonathan Rea have last ride but one before team moves Ulstermen Jonathan Rea and Eugene Laverty will make their penultimate appearances with respective teams Pata Honda and Voltcom Crescent Suzuki during this weekend s World Superbike action at Magny Cours in France Dunlop planning to weave his magic at Frohburg races Michael Dunlop who I m reliably informed is back in gym and preparing vigorously for the 2015 season will be the star attraction at this weekend s Frohburg Road Races in Germany Reid all about it Andy is set to shine Jordanstown s Andy Reid currently challenging for this season s Pirelli National Superstock 600cc title will make his full Superbike debut at this year s Sunflower Trophy Races on October 25 with the factory backed Milwaukee Yamaha British Superbike team Doors are opening for Carrickfergus warrior Glenn Irwin The British Superbike and supporting championship classes head to Assen s TT Circuit in the Netherlands this weekend for round 10 with a local British Supersport battle guaranteed to add to the event headlines more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Burrows BE Racing ready to

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/columnists/paul-lindsay/?page=5 (2016-02-15)
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  • Belfast Telegraph Sports Columnists - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    his race to make Dundrod s starting grid Wilson Craig Racing s Jamie Hamilton is out of this year s Ulster Grand Prix The 23 year old had hoped to be fit but maturely took advice from the Motor Cycle Union of Ireland doctor to sit it out after discovering a nasty muscle tear Jamie Hamilton hopes to shine at Dundrod Wilson Craig Racing s Jamie Hamilton is looking forward to next week s Metzeler Ulster Grand Prix where the Ballyclare lad will be looking to shine after an up and down debut season in the Londonderry based Honda team Crockard heads vintage entry for Hutton Memorial event The ninth annual Billy Hutton Memorial Scramble gets under way tomorrow at Bell s Hill Crossgar Eugene Laverty keeps on trucking towards Newtownabbey festival Local fans will get the chance to meet Monaco based Ulsterman Eugene Laverty at the upcoming Mercedez Benz Truck and Van Festival of Speed The Voltcom Crescent Suzuki World Superbike star will be at the Newtownabbey Fun Day on Saturday week August 9 from 10am The talented Andrew is racing towards sweet success There must be something in the County Antrim water and more specifically Carrickfergus that produces top class motorcycle racers Currently we have double British champion Alastair Seeley and Glenn Irwin leading the local charge in British Supersport and talented Start planning your arrangements NW200 dates have been released It s only July folks but time to get your diaries out and pencil in May 16 2015 as main Race Day for next year s International North West 200 Knight stands firmly in Scott s path to retain crown Manxman David Knight will be the star attraction at tonight s EnduroCross event at Glenarm on the north coast The four time world champion and renowned iron man of the sport will undoubtedly start favourite alongside three time world champion Paul Fast Eddy Edmondson Ian Hutchinson relying on the basics for Ulster challenge Milwaukee Yamaha s Ian Hutchinson is ready to take the fight to Metzeler Ulster Grand Prix pre race favourites Guy Martin and Michael Dunlop as he looks to resurrect his international road racing season after a somewhat disastrous North West 200 and Isle of Man TT William Dunlop has sights fixed on victorious return to the road Despite the absence of 11 time TT winner Michael Dunlop Tyco Suzuki rider William Dunlop will be back on the grid this weekend at Skerries in County Dublin astonishingly just four weeks after breaking his leg in two places in a high speed crash during the Senior TT in the Isle of Man Rea confident of boosting world bid on favourite track Ballyclare s Jonathan Rea is determined to reignite his World Superbike Championship title aspirations this weekend at Portimao in Portugal Carrick s Alastair Seeley in revival mode Carrick s Alastair Seeley is out to rectify his embarrassing warm up lap crash from a fortnight ago at Snetterton in Norfolk during this weekend s British Supersport

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  • Belfast Telegraph Sports Columnists - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    just four week s time Carrick s Alastair Seeley 10 times a winner at the famous Triangle will begin the defence of his Vauxhall International North West 200 crown Tandragee s thrilling field to be headlined by popular Farquhar Ireland s most successful national road racer Ryan Farquhar and his KMR SGS International Kawasaki team will headline this year s 54th Tandragee 100 Road Races sponsored by Around a Pound on Friday and Saturday May 2 and 3 Irwin relishing fresh start with new Gearlink Kawasaki Glenn Irwin will be looking to put the disappointment of the 2013 British Supersport season behind him when he takes to the track with new team Gearlink Kawasaki at the opening round at Brands Hatch on Easter Monday Jonathan Rea in on the joke as baby Leon prepares to join testing Jonathan Rea s Pata Honda Team demonstrated the light hearted side of the sport on Tuesday with Press Officer Steve Booth using all his creative imagination and ability to make the most of the April Fool period with a well thought out news release Josh Brookes to show off new Superbike at Cookstown British Superbike star Josh Brookes who set the fastest ever time for a newcomer around the Isle of Man TT with a lap of 127 726mph last June will debut his Milwaukee Yamaha Superbike between the hedges at the KDM Hire Cookstown 100 on April 26 Farmer is back on track and looking good for a bumper Brands Hatch harvest Ulsterman Keith Farmer aims to put the disappointment of his debut season in British Superbikes behind him when he takes to the grid for round one of the 2014 season at Brands Hatch on Easter Monday April 21 William Dunlop will let his bike do the talking Despite high profile moves for Ballymoney road racing brothers William and Michael Dunlop during the off season to Tyco Suzuki and Buildbase BMW respectively their contrasting opinions and personalities have been somewhat conspicuous by their absence of late in the media Michael Pearson planning to set the pace at Cookstown 100 Former Irish Superbike champion Michael Pearson will open his pure road racing account for 2014 at the KDM Hire Cookstown 100 Road Races on April 25 26th with new team Northern Escalator Installations Fracture gives hope to John s TT rivals Twenty time Isle of Man TT winner John McGuinness has opted to start first on the road at this year s event in the 1000cc classes carrying the number one plate on his stable of Hondas Farquhar opts for lucky 77 on racing return Such is the strength in depth at the Isle of Man TT in the modern era there will be plenty of interest for fans outside the magical top 20 and none more so than Dungannon s Ryan Farquhar who has opted to take his usual number 77 more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Burrows

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  • Belfast Telegraph Sports Columnists - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    need of rider to contest the big three events Londonderry based International Road Racing team owner Wilson Craig says he may sit out the big three internationals if he cannot secure a potential podium candidate to ride in his colours this season Bullet Ian Hutchinson speeding towards top award Milwaukee Yamaha International Road Racing star Ian Hutchinson will be at Charles Hurst Motorcycles tomorrow 12pm with team mate Tommy Bridewell for a chat show and open day Gordon Crockard ready to roll back years at Odyssey Former World Motocross number three Gordon Crockard is fired up and ready to take the challenge to the international stars at this weekend s Garmin Arenacross Tour in Belfast s Odyssey Arena tomorrow night and Saturday evening Dunlop s TT effort struck by sponsor setback Milwaukee Power Tools Commercial Director for the UK and Ireland Dale McElveen has rubbished recent speculation that his company would back Michael Dunlop s proposed Isle of Man TT effort in 2014 on factory backed BMW machinery this coming June Keith Amor would love a happy return at Isle of Man TT Races Scottish ace Keith Amor is delighted to be making a return to racing at next year s Isle of Man TT Races but said his main goal is to settle an old score with new KMR team boss Ryan Farquhar Gordon Crockard to thrill Belfast Santa and his elves stole the Freestyle show during yesterday s Arenacross launch at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast but the big event news is that three time British Champion and popular double winner at the Queen s Quay venue Gordon Crockard will lead the Irish charge on January 17 18 at the seven round British championship curtain raiser Mawhinney s achievements recognised with coveted Bertie Mann title Nico Mawhinney has been awarded the prestigious Bertie Mann Award for his achievements in 2013 winning both the Irish and Ulster Superbike titles at just 20 years of age Ian Hutchinson a major doubt for Isle of Man TT Ian Hutchinson s majestic win at last month s Macau Grand Prix on his return from injury and 29 intrusive operations has been diluted by the shocking news that his Milwaukee Yamaha team are considering a withdrawal from next year s Isle of Man TT Road racing star to launch Road Racers book in Ballymoney Tyco Suzuki s Ulster Grand Prix hat trick hero Guy Martin who was recently voted International Road Racer of the Year by leading motorcycle publication Road Racing Ireland will be in Ballymoney this Saturday December 7 to launch Stephen Davison s top new book Dean in dream team bid Mar Train Racing s new recruit Dean Harrison believes joining forces for a second season with Alastair Seeley at the North West 200 will make for a formidable force come May 2014 at the North Coast event more Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Burrows BE Racing ready

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