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Ulster Grand Prix: Dundrod 150 Superbike race cancelled due to deteriorating visibility

The Ulster Grand Prix's Dundrod 150 Superbike race has been cancelled due to deteriorating visibility.

The initial race had been red-flagged following an incident, which was not serious.

Earlier the Superbike Superpole session was also cancelled due long delays caused by mist.

Michael Dunlop had set the fastest times for the Superbike and Superstock classes practice sessions at Dundrod.

The Ballymoney racer secured pole on the BMW Superbike with 131.783, while Peter Hickman recorded a time of 131.063.

Update Superpole session confirmed for Saturday

Superbike practice times - 1 Michael Dunlop 131.783 mph; 2 Peter Hickman 131.063; 3 Bruce Anstey; 4 Ian Hutchinson 130.13; 5 Dean Harrison 129.92; 6 Conor Cummins 129.335.

Superstock practice times - 1 Michael Dunlop 121.625 mph; 2 Derek Sheils 120.779; 3 Steve Mercer 120.718; 4 Jamie Coward 120.19; 5 Conor Cummins 119.926; 6 Bruce Anstey 119.508

Supersport practice times - 1 Bruce Anstey 125.94 mph; 2 Ian Hutchinson 124.90; 3 Conor Cummins 124.53; 4 Dean Harrison 124.11; 5 William Dunlop 123.65; 6 Peter Hickman 123.58

Saturday 13 August race schedule - Roads closed from 09:30 BST to 20:30 for Ulster Grand Prix race meeting: Superstock (6 laps), Supersport Race 1 (6 laps), Ultralightweight/Lightweight (5 laps), UGP Superbike Race (7 laps), Supertwins (5 laps), Supersport Race 2 (6 laps), Superbike Race 2 (6 laps).

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