2019 Skerries Road Races : Results

2019 Skerries Road Races : Results

2019 Skerries Road Races brought us back to County Dublin, Republic of Ireland on 6th & 7th July 2019.

A year on from the tragic death of William Dunlop – let’s just take a moment…

2019 Skerries Road Races : William Dunlop Memorial
2019 Skerries Road Races : William Dunlop Memorial
 
 
Full results and timings are as follows :
 
Race 1 : Junior Support - Championship Race
Race 1 : Junior Support – Championship Race
Race 2 : OPEN Championship Race
Race 2 : OPEN Championship Race
Classic 250-350 Championship Race
Classic 250-350 Championship Race
Classic 250-350 Championship Race (By Class)
Classic 250-350 Championship Race (By Class)
Race 4 : 600cc Championship Race
Race 4 : 600cc Championship Race
250cc-400 Championship Race
250cc-400 Championship Race
Race 5 : 250cc-400 Championship Race (By Class)
Race 5 : 250cc-400 Championship Race (By Class)
Race 6 : 125cc - Moto3 Championship Race
Race 6 : 125cc – Moto3 Championship Race
Race 6 : 125cc - Moto3 Championship Race (By Class)
Race 6 : 125cc – Moto3 Championship Race (By Class)
Race 7 : Classic 500cc-1000cc Championship Race
Race 7 : Classic 500cc-1000cc Championship Race
Race 7 : Classic 500cc-1000cc Championship Race (By Class)
Race 7 : Classic 500cc-1000cc Championship Race (By Class)
Race 8 : Supertwins Championship Race
Race 8 : Supertwins Championship Race
Race 9 : Senior Support Championship Race
Race 9 : Senior Support Championship Race
Race 10 : Grand Final
Race 10 : Grand Final

Derek Sheils secured a hat-trick of victories at the Skerries 100 road races, with Gary Dunlop, Guy Martin and Michael Sweeney also among the winners.

Dubliner Sheils enjoyed a 0.476-second winning margin over Sweeney in the Open class but came in 6.6 seconds ahead of his compatriot in the Grand Final.

Sheils improved from third on lap one to clinch a first Supersport roads success, with Sweeney again runner-up.

Dunlop won the 125cc, Martin the Senior classic and Sweeney the Supertwins.

2019 Skerries 100 : Guy Martin
2019 Skerries 100 : Guy Martin

For Dunlop, it was a third consecutive success in the 125cc category, the son of the legendary Joey having also triumphed at Kells and Enniskillen.

Melissa Kennedy was second (and took the fastest lap record) behind Dunlop, with Dungannon’s Nigel Moore completing the podium.

Republic of Ireland riders James Chawke and Michael Browne took third-place finishes in the Open and Grand Final events respectively.

Sweeney took the chequered flag ahead of Andy Farrell and Neil Kernohan in the Twins, with Kernohan claiming a 250cc win.

The Irish national road racing season continues at Walderstown next weekend, followed by the Faugheen meeting a week later.

 

Read the full BBC Article Here : https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/northern-ireland/48903204

 

 

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