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GUY MARTIN vs The Fastest Woman in the World

 

Road Racing star Guy Martin has confirmed that he will be piloting a Suzuki Hayabusa Turbo in the upcoming ROAD RACING IRELAND ‘North West Speed Trials’ in Ballykelly on 11/12th May.

 

Always the thrill seeker, Guy keeps in shape as a keen Downhill Mountain Bike Racer and it will be in the pursuit of the ultimate thrill as he climbs aboard the Holeshot Racing machine. The sole intention of the exercise is simple; to go faster than he has ever gone before, and he has some fierce opposition from within the team at Holeshot Racing:

 

Jo Stevenson – The World’s Fastest Woman @ 243.5 Mph

 

At a Speed event in 2012, Jo recorded four speeds between 226 and 239mph - riding a turbo bike loaned by Holeshot Racing - before beating the 241.48mph set by Canadian Trillium Muir.

 

Jo, who is mum to Ella, 12, said of her achievement: “It hasn’t really sunk in and I still can’t quite believe I’ve done it. I will definitely try again and breaking 250mph would be a dream. I am very excited about coming over and racing in Ireland. It looks like this is going to be a great weekend”.

 

Jack Frost – UK Land Speed Record Holder @ 257.4 Mph

 

As Holeshot Team Leader, Jack is fortunate enough to have 2 high speed turbo Hayabusa bikes. His number one bike holds the UK Land Speed Record, back to back 257mph and 271mph on a one way top speed run. His number 2 bike has done 248mph. These are the mighty steeds that will also carry Guy Martin and Jo Stevenson to new highs at the North West Speed Trials.

 

Other Special Guests attending are multiple World Champions: Jim Redman & Ralph Bryans.

 

The Fastest PRESS LAUNCH in Ireland

 

The image titled “Jack SHACKLETON 208mph” (attached) was taken in Shackleton Airbase at the event press launch. The speed set by Jack Frost on a ‘slow’ pass was 208 Mph, meaning that this venue has ALREADY seen the fastest ever motorsport in Ireland!

 

ROAD RACING IRELAND Director Wallace Rollins said "We are delighted to be associated with this event and thrilled to be able to support Wayne Owens and his team. Hopefully this will be the start of a long association”.

 

This event is aimed at Modern & Classic Bikes, Trikes and Cars. Wayne Owens of REAL TIME PROMOTIONS:
“Our aim is to see as many vehicles as possible eclipse the 200 mph mark, thus joining the '200 Club'. A few of our specially invited contenders will even push 230+ mph, making this Ireland’s Fastest Ever Motorsport Event.”
·         The ROAD RACING IRELAND ‘North West Speed Trials’ will be the FASTEST EVER Motorsport  Event in Ireland.
·         Top Speed Trials will take place on Day-2 of the event, on Sunday 12th May at Shackleton Barracks, Ballykelly, Limavady.
·         Action from 11am (Saturday) and 1pm (Sunday).

 

    Entry Forms are available to download from: http://www.nwspeedtrials.com/

 

 
REFERENCES:
EVENT ORGANIZER: Wayne Owens (T) 07791 976672
- http://www.realtime-promotions.com/
 

 

GUY MARTIN - http://www.guymartinracing.co.uk/
JO STEVENSON - http://suzukibulletin.co.uk/2012/09/14/meet-the-worlds-fastest-woman/
JACK FROST - http://www.holeshot-racing.co.uk/
Attachment - Redman Bryans Owens (L-R):
Photo By Baylon McCaughey
-          Jim Redman (Multiple World Champion)
-          Ralph Bryans (Multiple World Champion)
-          Anthony Owens (Multiple Irish Champion on 2 & 3 wheels)
 
Attachment - Shackleton Group Shot (L-R):
-          Colin McAleese (Rally Escort, Ballymoney)
-          Jennifer Blaney (Model, Antrim)
-          Jack Frost (Holeshot Racing, Dromore)
-          Leslie Magee (Model, Letterkenny)
-          Wayne Owens (Organizer, Saintfield)

 

 

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NEWSFLASH

PRESS RELEASE - Adelaide Masters Series April 6th & 7th 2013

Big Names Return for Adelaide Masters Series Opener

 

This Saturday and Sunday the new Adelaide Masters Series season will kick off with the first three rounds of its fourteen race 2013 schedule. The series returns with renewed backing form Motorcycle Insurance Specialists, Adelaide Insurance Services, as well as the support of Dunlop Tyres, Irish Ferries and Safety Direct.

 

The series, which is promoted by Mondello Park with the support of Motorcycling Ireland's Short Circuit Racing committee, will once again be made up of five events, four at Mondello Park Co. Kildare and one at Bishopscourt Co. Down.

 

An excellent line-up has been gathered together for the season opener with some big names making their return to the series. The Superbike line-up will see a top ten brimming with talent battle it out for championship points and the substantial prize fund. Adding an extra competitive edge to the previously announced contenders will be entries for Derek Sheils and Paul Barron. Sheils will ride the CD racing machinery which Brian McCormack took to two Adelaide Masters Series titles last year while former British Champion Barron will make his Masters début.

 

The Superbike races will be backed up by a huge and very competitive field of Supersport machinery with this class tipped to be the most keenly fought of all, as a number of young guns move up from the Cup class. The Cup class is the breeding ground for future stars in both Supersport and Superbike and offers newcomers and less experienced riders their own championship to chase while trying to also compete with the Pro's at the front of the field.

 

As with 2012, all of this seasons Mondello Park Adelaide Masters events will include a round of the Stunt Ireland motorcycle stunt riding championship. The series got under way last year in a small way but quickly grew and is already an important part of Masters events. This season the championship will grow with a number of new riders joining in, having seen the success of last years events.

 

The 2013 Adelaide Masters Series will continue with its popular format which sees the Superbike and Supersport classes as the focus of the timetable. One major change is the removal from the programme of the Grand Final and this has allowed Sunday's first Superbike and Supersport races to be moved to a later time to allow more spectators the chance to see these classes. The supporting cast will be made up of races for Pre-Injection machinery, Twins, Two-Strokes, Lightweight Supersport and Classics.

 

All the information on the 2013 Adelaide Masters Series is now available on a dedicated championship web site www.adelaidemasters.ie.

 

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