Published December 18, 2014
Written by: Ulster Grand Prix
The Dundrod & District Motorcycle Club has announced that construction work has officially begun on the new ‘David Wood Ulster Grand Prix House’ in the paddock at Dundrod, named after the well known road racer and team manager.
In a ceremony on Tuesday, 16th December, first ground was broken on the project that is to become the future home for the Ulster Grand Prix race office and will also be used for meeting rooms and commentator posts.
Pictured (back row, l-r): Ken Stewart, DDMC, Warren Bell, representing the Alpha Programme, Robert Graham, Chairman of the DDMC, Melvin Waddell, Groundwork NI and Noel Johnston, Clerk of the course at the Metzeler Ulster Grand Prix.
(Front row, l-r): James Courtney, President of the DDMC, The Mayor of Lisburn City Council, Councillor Andrew Ewing, Des Stewart, Chairman of the Ulster Grand Prix supporters Club and the BBC’s Stephen Watson.