Ulster Grand Prix, ¡a 320 km/h!

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Madness that exists around racing on local roads of the Isle of Man are archiconocidas, but they are not the only of its kind in the world. PACEMAKER, BELFAST, 9/8/2012: Bruce Anstey (5,Padgett's Honda), Guy Martin (7, Tyco Suzuki), Conor Cummins (10, Tyco Suzuki) and Michael Dunlop (9, McAdoo/Hunts Honda) lead the pack off the line  in the Superbike race at the Dundrod 150 today.. PICTURE BY STEPHEN DAVISONIn general in the British Isles they will march and they love the risk of circuit racing, but also those organized in the British countryside.

The Ulster Grand Prix is ​​a clear example. It takes place on local roads north Belfast (North Ireland) and insanity is extreme, as in the Isle of Man TT. With speeds above 320 km/h, fearful to even overtaking several riders online, and viewers who follow the race without protective fencing and within 1 meter away bikes.

Better watch the video to get an idea. Not much more to say, ¿Appears in the?

Adrián Osés, Locos Engine.

 

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