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Eugene offers a Dundrod tour to aid Injured Riders Fund charity

MCE Ulster Grand Prix

By Robert Jones

World Superbike star Eugene Laverty has teamed up with Ulster Grand Prix organisers to offer a once-in-a-lifetime treat for a fan at next week's Dundrod event and, at the same time, aid UGP charity partner, the Injured Riders Fund.

As part of an exclusive competition prize, Milwaukee Aprilia rider Laverty will take the wheel of the course car to give a lucky winner a guided tour of the race track.

The winner will also receive two passes for the VIP corporate hospitality marquee in the Dundrod paddock, along with two grid passes for a selected race with viewing from the podium included.

A runner-up will receive two passes for Thursday's corporate hospitality, with a third place prize of two Bike Week wrist bands and two race programmes.

The draw costs £25 to enter, with proceeds to the Injured Riders Fund, and will take place on Wednesday, with the winner announced on social media shortly after.

Entry is via the UGP website at www.ulstergrandprix.net with payment taken by Paypal.

A number of hospitality packages are available to buy for Thursday's racing, price £75 plus VAT from the website.

These include all day access to the Hospitality Suite and paddock, lunch, bar facilities, official programme, live commentary from BBC Sport NI and race timings.

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