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Farquhar believes we're in for another quiet year as concerns persist over road racing calendar

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Ryan Farquhar (back), along with Jeremy McWilliams, with one of their KMR Racing team bikes

Ryan Farquhar (back), along with Jeremy McWilliams, with one of their KMR Racing team bikes

Ryan Farquhar (back), along with Jeremy McWilliams, with one of their KMR Racing team bikes

Ryan Farquhar says he is resigned to another year when his KMR Racing machines will remain silent, with the 2021 season shrouded in uncertainty.

Ireland's most successful ever Irish national road racer has no plans to run his team this year and would only consider changing his mind should the North West 200 go ahead later in the summer.

With the Isle of Man TT cancelled for a second consecutive year because of the coronavirus crisis and the future of the Ulster Grand Prix in jeopardy due to financial struggles, the North West is the only major road race of the sport's 'big three' still officially on.


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