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Tandragee 100 road race: William Dunlop triumphs

Published 02/05/2015

Raining champion: winner William Dunlop heads Derek McGee and Sam Wilson in Tandragee 100 Supersport race
Raining champion: winner William Dunlop heads Derek McGee and Sam Wilson in Tandragee 100 Supersport race
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: 125 /400 Caption: Paul Jordan, 125 Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: 125 /400 Caption: Paul Robinson, 125 Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: 125 /400 Caption: Paul Robinson, 125 Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: 125 /400 Caption: Paul Robinson (18) and Sarah Boyes (7) Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: 125 /400 Caption: Ryan Farquhar on the 400 Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: Supersport Caption: Conor Behan Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: Supersport Caption: William Dunlop heads Derek McGee and Sam Wilson Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: Supersport Caption: Spray everywhere as Jamie Hamilton leads the pack away Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: 125 /400 Caption: Ian Morrell leads the 400cc Race away with Ryan Farquhar tucked in behind Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: 125 /400 Caption: Ian Morrell leads the 400cc Race away with Ryan Farquhar tucked in behind Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: Supersport Caption: Jamie Hamilton Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: Supersport Caption: William Dunlop (6) has Jamie Hamilton (44) in his sights Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: Supersport Caption: William Dunlop Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Motor Cycling: Tandragee 100 Venue: Tandragee Date: 2nd May 2015 Race: 125 /400 Caption: Paul Robinson, 125 Mandatory Credit: Rowland White / PressEye
Dungannon’s Ryan Farquhar made a fairytale return to Superbike action
Late bonus: William Dunlop will now also compete in the Superbike races at the Tandragee 10
Joey working on a 250cc Honda at the 1994 Tandragee 100
All smiles: Ryan Farquhar is joined by Mr Tayto at Tayto Castle in County Armagh to launch the Around-A-Pound Tandragee 100I

The Tandragee 100 is the largest National Road Racing Event in Northern Ireland and attracts more than 100 competitors and thousands of spectators.

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The prize fund of £10,000 will add to the appeal, alongside the opportunity for Irish and Ulster championship honours within the extensive programme.

A tribute lap in memory of 10 years since Richard Britton’s passing has been arranged to include four of the rider’s bikes

The full nine-race schedule is as follows: First Open, Junior Support, Supersport, Classic, 250cc GP Championship, Lightweight, Irish Championship Senior Support, 650cc Supertwins and Senior Open.

Further reading:

Tandragee 100: Farquhar proves his class to ensure a fairytale return  

Live Blog Tandragee 100 road race 2015
 

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