FUTURE PLANNING

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Published September 30, 2016

Written by: Ulster Grand Prix

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Members of the Dundrod & District Motorcycle Club (DDMC) have met with the Minister for Communities Paul Givan MLA to discuss the future of the MCE Ulster Grand Prix.

Chairman of DDMC Robert Graham said: “We appreciate the Minister taking time out of his busy schedule for what was a very positive meeting about the future of the Ulster Grand Prix. This is one of Northern Ireland’s leading international sporting events, attracting in excess of 50,000 spectators throughout bike week. The 2016 event has been hailed as one of the best road races in recent history and we have extensive and exciting plans for further development of the world’s fastest road race. The challenge now is to build upon that success to safeguard the event for years to come,” he added.

Members of the Dundrod & District Motorcycle Club (DDMC) have met with the Minister for Communities Paul Givan MLA to discuss the future of the MCE Ulster Grand Prix.

 

Chairman of DDMC Robert Graham said: “We appreciate the Minister taking time out of his busy schedule for what was a very positive meeting about the future of the Ulster Grand Prix. This is one of Northern Ireland’s leading international sporting events, attracting in excess of 50,000 spectators throughout bike week. The 2016 event has been hailed as one of the best road races in recent history and we have extensive and exciting plans for further development of the world’s fastest road race. The challenge now is to build upon that success to safeguard the event for years to come,” he added.