Kinghan racing

2020-04-04 09:34

Reigning Ulster Superbike champion Gerard Kinghan is to ride for the IFS R1M Racing team in 2019 as he sets out to successfully defend his title. The Randalstown rider's team, which is backed byThe opening rounds of the newly formed Ulster Superbike Championship took place at Bishopscourt Racing Circuit on Saturday (31 st March). In the feature races competing for the 41 st Enkalon Trophy it was Randalstowns Gerard Kinghan who was the man on form, winning both races from last years Superbike Champion Charles Stuart. . Race one Kinghan on his Kawasaki ZX10R had a start to finish kinghan racing

Nov 27, 2018 It is a real shot in the arm for Kinghan, who has been racing for 15 years in both the Irish and BSB series. Kinghan said: Yes, I would love to still be racing at the sharp end in England, but

Nov 26, 2018 Ulster Superbike champion Gerard Kinghan has joined IFS Racing to ride a Yamaha R1M in 2019. The Randalstown man has completed a deal with team owner Graeme Hanna, who has been a loyal sponsor of Dec 24, 2018 After 15years of racing, 33yearold Kinghan clinched his first championship in winning the Ulster title and switches from Kawasaki machinery to Graeme Hanna's IFS Yamaha for 2019.kinghan racing The latest Tweets from gerard kinghan (@gerardkinghan): What a ride @GIrwinRacing in shitty conditions delighted for u

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GERARD Kinghan bagged two wins from three at Bishopscourt this weekend to lift the the Wiz Knee Sliders Superbike trophy. And while he missed out on a clean sweep thanks to Alistair Kirks final race victory, the Kawasaki rider hauled enough points to be crowned the kinghan racing Nov 29, 2018 Gerard Kinghan targets Ulster Superbike title defence in 2019 after joining IFS R1M Racing Team. The Randalstown racer has already secured a new deal for next year