The latest news from the Ulster Grand Prix Supporters Club
The draw for the Hyundai 'i10 supported by Daly's Hyundai, took place on Saturday, 10 August at 10.00am on the starting grid before racing commenced.
Congratulations to the three lucky winners.
Winner: Stephen Muldoon
Runners Up (VIP Passes for 2020 UGP): Chris Robinson; Brendan Byrne
Photo photo by Donna Connolly Webb - l-r (background) UGPSC Committee Members Henry Miskimmon; Valerie Miskimmon MBE; UGPSC President Bertie Bradford and Raymond Connolly foreground; UGPSC Chairman, Des Stewart with the tickets.
bottom photo - l-r Alderman James Tinsley (LCCC); Lee Johnston and Des Stewart (UGPSC Chairman).
Sat Aug 17 2019
The draw took place at our recent Annual General Meeting.
Also a big 'THANK YOU' to everyone who bought tickets. I don't need to remind any of you of the aim of the UGPSC - 'to preserve the Ulster Grand Prix on the Dundrod Circuit'. The monies raised by us, through you, go directly towards keeping the bikes on our world famous road circuit. The Grand Annual Prize Draw continues to be one of our major 'fundraising' activities.
Thank you again for your continued support. We look forward to seeing you at Dundrod in August.
Sun Apr 28 2019
The Ulster Grand Prix and the Ulster Grand Prix Supporters Club will be organising a coordinated response to the Planning Appeals Commission's letter received.
Thank you to everyone who has made an enquiry about the recent letter that members and supporters have received from the Planning Appeals Commission. To continue to support our ongoing objection to the proposed cemetery on the Ulster Grand Prix circuit, we are happy to act as Agents on your behalf- if you so wish.
For your convenience, simply print the attached letter and fill in YOUR details in the first box.
If you wish to use the pro forma sent to you in the mail:
Lastly, tick the first small box:
'I wish to participate further in the proceedings and I/my agent will
submit a Statement of Case when requested to do so.
Note the closing date for returned forms is 4pm on Thursday 11th April.
Thank you for your help.Sample PAC Objector/Supporter Pro Forma
Tue Apr 2 2019
The 2019 Membership Renewals were posted out some time ago. This is just a quick reminder to anyone wishing to avail of the Exclusive Members Race Week Wristband Offer, that the closing date for applications is strictly close of business, Friday, 5 April 2019.
This is also the closing date for the return of Ticket Stubs and monies for the UGPSC Grand Annual Draw which will take place at our forthcoming Annual General Meeting.
UGPSC 2019 Membership Pack - £15.00 (18.00 Euro)
Metal Lapel Badge, Car Sticker and Race Card of Events
UGPSC Collectors Badges - £5.00 each (6.00 Euro)
4 individual UGPSC Logo badges
UGPSC Annual Prize Draw - £1.00 each (1.20 Euro)
Ticket Stubs and Monies to be returned no later than 5 April 2019
Prizes: First - £250; Second - £150; Third - £100
Exclusive Members Offer - £20.00 each (25.00 Euro)
Bike Week Admission Wristbands – maximum of 5 per member
Closing date for offer strictly close of business, Friday, 5 April 2019
Fancy an i10 for a tenner? -Tickets £10.00 (12.00 Euro)
Ulster Grand Prix 2019 Fundraiser – Your chance to win a Hyundai i10 car
Sun Mar 31 2019
Next year’s UGP road races are to be held on the 5th and 10th August, the organisers have announced.
Four Ulster GP races are again scheduled for Thursday 8th August, including the first of the meeting’s three Superbike races, plus Supersport, Ultralightweight/Lightweight and Supertwins classes.
Seven races will run on Saturday 10th August including; Superstock, Supersport, Ultralightweight/Lightweight, Superbike, Supersport, Supertwins and Superbike.
Image: 2018 UGP Man of the Meeting Peter Hickman
Bike Week starts on 5th August, with practice sessions for all classes two days later on Wednesday 7th August and on the morning of Thursday 8th August, before the race programme begins.
Welcoming the announcement, star of the 2018 MCE Insurance UGP and Man of the Meeting, Peter Hickman, who romped to easy victories in both the 600 and superbike races said: “I’m already looking forward to racing back at the Ulster GP, it’s one of the best circuits on earth!”
The number of newcomers at the meeting will again be restricted this year and Superbike, Superstock, and Supersport races will only be open to international licence holders with national licence holders eligible to compete in the other classes.
Clerk of the Course Noel Johnston said: “My key message for everyone, but specifically newcomers, is that Dundrod is an extremely fast and technical circuit which must be treated with respect, and that means doing a serious amount of groundwork before taking your place on the grid.
“Unfortunately, this year we had less than perfect weather conditions and had to delay and abandon some of the races on the Saturday. We were gutted for the fans and all the teams and riders that had travelled over for the event, it was very unfortunate after all the hard work that had been put into the event.
“With that said, we are looking forward to welcoming the tens of thousands of motorcycling fans from across the globe, that will descend on Dundrod for the 2019 UGP Bike Week.
“It’s always close racing and the track is a firm favourite among fans and riders alike, but there is so much more to enjoy during Bike Week, as it is five days packed with full of entertainment and activities for all ages.
“We will be posting an early bird package to our website in the next few weeks, offering a discount on wristbands and programmes – the perfect Christmas gift, for a racing fan or just someone who would love to sample the legendary Dundrod atmosphere. It’s not to be missed.”
Tue Oct 23 2018