2019 Enniskillen Road Races : Results

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2019 Enniskillen Road Races brought us back to County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland on 28th – 29 June 2019 for the second year of this re-launched event.

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Another great day’s racing this year that somehow managed to see a full race schedule run following a huge red flag incident in Race 4.  Most importantly all riders involved in incidents are on the mend and I would like to wish every one a fast and full recovery.

Full and detailed results are posted below…

R1: McGirr's Fuels Junior Support Restart
R1: McGirr’s Fuels Junior Support Restart
R2: Euro Auctions Supersport
R2: Euro Auctions Supersport
R3: Joey's Bar MCC Moto 3 (125GP)
R3: Joey’s Bar MCC Moto 3 (125GP)
R5: Clogher Valley Windows Open
R5: Clogher Valley Windows Open
R6: Aiken Auto Spares/Oliver Weir Junior Classic
R6: Aiken Auto Spares/Oliver Weir Junior Classic
R7: Armstong Engineering Supertwin
R7: Armstong Engineering Supertwin
R8: Enniskillen Tyre Centre Lightweight Superspor
R8: Enniskillen Tyre Centre Lightweight Superspor
R9: Plantscape Eireann/McIntyre Repairs Supersport
R9: Plantscape Eireann/McIntyre Repairs Supersport
R10: Robert Pritchard/Enniskillen Motorcycles Senior Classic
R10: Robert Pritchard/Enniskillen Motorcycles Senior Classic
R4: Struct Steel Engineering Senior Support Restart
R4: Struct Steel Engineering Senior Support Restart
R11: Richard Britton Memorial by Fermanagh and Omagh DC
R11: Richard Britton Memorial by Fermanagh and Omagh DC

 

The rider that was involved in the ref flag incident was Kevin Baker and his family have posted on Social Media in relation to his condition…

Following the delay for the Race 4 Red Flag Forest Dunn won the first Superbike race by over three seconds from Ballymoney’s Darryl Tweed, with Dominic Herbertson in third ahead of Kevin Fitzpatrick.

In the feature race – The Richard Britton Memorial Race which ran over six laps Forest Dunn came out on top again to complete a double on his Suzuki after a battle with Thomas Maxwell, who had been forced out of the opening race on his Kawasaki.

Dom Herbertson won the Supertwin race by 3.9 seconds from Paul Williams and Vinny Brennan.

Gary Dunlop clinched victory in the Moto3/125GP race ahead of Sam Grief by 1.3 seconds on the Joey’s Bar Honda, Fitzpatrick completed the top three. Nigel Moore took fourth ahead of Melissa Kennedy in fifth spot.

Co. Meath’s Fitzpatrick took his pole start right through to victory in the Supersports.  Dom Herbertson took second place, a mere 0.7 seconds behind and Darryl Tweed took third only 2 seconds off the pace.  Forest Dunn, Ryan Maher and Gareth Keys completed the top six.

Darryl Tweed took the victory in the second Supersport race from Fitzpatrick in second and Herbertson third.  An unbelievably tight race with first to third separated by 0.6 seconds.

The restarted Senior Support race which is number four on your programs actually went as the penultimate race.  Darren Keys on his Suzuki taking the win from Andy McAllister.

The first race of the day – The Junior Support race was a restart following Aaron Boyd crashing out, leaving him with a broken collarbone. The race was won by Vinny Brennan who beat Noel Smith by 1.5 seconds.  Third place was sewn up by Kevin Baker.

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