Ulster Grand Prix Races

The Ulster Grand Prix is a motorcycle road race that takes place on the Dundrod Circuit near Belfast, Northern Ireland. The first races took place in 1922 and in 1935 and 1948 the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme gave it the title Grand Prix d'Europe. The Ulster Grand Prix was included as one of the races in the inaugural 1949 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season, a place it held until 1971. It also counted for the TT Championship between 1979 and 1990. According to the race organisers, it is the fastest road race in the world.

 

 
Honda
 
Yamaha
 
Suzuki

Joey's wins .....

YEAR

Class/Race
Motorcycle
Lap Time
1979
500cc
Suzuki
112.76mph
1979
Superbike 750cc
Yamaha
115.34mph
1980
250cc
Yamaha
107.71mph
1980
Superbike 1000cc
Suzuki
116.39mph
1983
TT F1 920cc
Honda
107.38mph
1984
250cc
Honda
110.55mph
1984
500cc
Honda
118.17mph
1984
TT F1
Honda
114.28mph
1985
250cc
Honda
111.96mph
1985
500cc
Honda
116.14mph
1985
TT F1 750cc
Honda
114.45mph
1986
Classic Race 500cc
Honda
118.29mph
1988
250cc
Honda
112.30mph
1990
TT F1 750cc
Honda
120.87mph
1991
Superbike Race1 750cc
Honda
118.36mph
1991
Superbike Race2 750cc
Honda
110.87mph
1992
125cc
Honda
102.18mph
1994
125cc
Honda
108.83mph
1994
Superbike Race1 750cc
Honda
123.23mph
1995
250cc Race1
Honda
117.94mph
1995
250cc Race2
Honda
118.28mph
1995
Superbike Race1 750cc
Honda
122.25mph
1997
250cc Race2
Honda
1999
Superbike Race2 750cc
Honda  

 

 

 

 


 
 

 

 

 

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