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MRA Statement


MRA Notification of Cancellation


The Motorcycle Racing Association were scheduled to promote the Eighth and Final round of the Ulster Youth & Adult Quadcross and Sidecar Championships on the reserve date of Saturday 8th October at Tinkerhill Newry.

Unfortunately due to the recent heavy rain and with more rain forecast for the coming days it has very reluctantly been decided that with an already Water-logged Circuit, it will not be possible to promote this final Championship round.

As a result the 2022 Ulster Championship Positions in the various Classes of this Series will now be determined by the Championship Points Standings at the end of round number Seven. ( Promoted by the North of Ireland Club on 9th July at Robinson’s MX Park Claudy )

All entries already placed and paid for, will be refunded to competitors in the in the coming days.

Final MRA Ulster Quad & Sidecar Championship Round.

Number Eight

The Mourne Motor Cycle Club will host the final round of the MRA Ulster Youth and Adult Quadcross along with the Ulster Sidecar Championships at Seaforde Motocross park on Saturday 20th August.

Going into this final round of the series positions could not be closer in the Adult Quad Premier Class with just one point separating the series leader Mark McLernon on 422pts and Dean Dillon on 421pts. David Cowan holds third position with 363 points to date. With 75 points still up for grabs in the final three races of this Championship season the racing in this class will surly be action packed throughout.
In the Quad Semi-Expert Class, Banbridge teenager Josh McKnight with 469pts, has already won this Championship Class at the last round. With a 78 Point advantage he can not now be caught by Jack Young who is in second position on 391pts and Shane Hunter rounds out the top three in this class with 260 points.

In the Adult Clubmans Class Lisburn’s Dean Young with 387 points to date, gives him a 39 point advantage over second placed Mitchell Adams on 348pts. While Stephen Kelly is currently close in third position on 338pts.

In the Youth Y1 Automatic Class Young Banbridge competitor Jamie Cowan secured the MRA Championship title in this class at the previous seventh round of the series. Jamie with 436pts going into this final round has an 80 point advantage over second placed competitor Jenson Gilchrist on 356pts, while John Joe Malone who did not compete in the first three rounds of the championship but then went on to win the last twelve races now moves into third position overall on 300points.

The Youth Y2, 80-100cc Class, the competition is still very tight going into this final round. Rory Farren leads with 417pts with Dean Ownes and Daniel Duddy are  both tied on 399pts respectively. ( 2nd & 3rd positions )  So there is sure to be some entertaining racing in this class to decide the top three positions in this Ulster Championship Class.

The final Youth Category the Y3, 200-250cc Class, is also very close to predict for the Championship outcome. Jack Minish tops the points table on 410pts. Luke Dillon is just 8 points behind holding second place with 402pts. While Coleraine’s Travis Toye moved into third position at the last round with 358pts earned to date.

Finally in the MRA Ulster Sidecarcross Championship Series, Neil Campbell and passenger Ross Graham are just a handful of points away from being crowned to 2022 Ulster Sidecar Champions. They have 479pts giving them a 71 point advantage over the Dromore Co. Down pairing of Jonathan Wilson and Andrew Rowan who are currently in second position on 408pts. Lisburn’s Gary Moulds with various passengers throughout the season holds third on 353points.

“Please Competitors” place your entry “On Line” ( See the Mourne MCC Club website for entry details ) as soon as you possible can.

Signing on from 7.30am, Practice 9.15 / 9.30am and racing from approx. 10.30am approx.
Seaforde Motocross Park
Drumgooland Road
BT30 8QW

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